What are you doing with the chaff from your tigernut milk? Make these protein-rich Nigerian yamballs with it as a nutritious addition to your kids meal.
Get this easy way to use our Nigerian yam to make a nutritious toddler meal. Yam Omelette can be given as a finger food, packed in the lunchbox and also added as a side to meals for bigger kids.
Want a new way to try yam in your house? Yam bolognese is easy to make and is deliciously irresistible for your kids too.
Get this yam pottage and mash made with just carrots and bell pepper. A yummy recipe for babies as well as the whole family.
This tasty yam puree is one of the ways to feed baby right with simple Nigerian food staples. Give baby a taste of it infused with vegetable and fruit as a first food.
Take a peep and see what’s inside these balls and you know what? Make it with leftovers.
Don’t let your leftover cooked yam waste away. Make some cheesy delicious Yam and Corn Fritters for the kids to go to school with.
Stuck on what to put in the lunchbox? Stuck on healthier stuff your toddler can snack on? Get in here and ‘yamify’
Yam, sweet potato and chicken combo can be made for bigger kids as well as be made into a puree for baby.
Nigerian yam can be made to be enjoyed by kids, both big and small. These crispy yam bites are the right size to pop into the mouth.
Beans is not a boring food. Make this coconutty beans that your child won’t resist.