Learn how to turn your dates into a lovely smooth paste that can be used to sweeten your your foods including baby food. Find out the nutrition in dates too.
Baby recipes from purees for introducing baby to solid food, to mashes and food mixes to help prepare baby's food well.
These finger food dips are so local that you wont find it difficult making them up or twisting it to your child’s taste if you want.
Make use of those overripe mangoes. These popsicles are a great and more nutritious substitute for those sugary stuff you buy for the kids.
Ditch the traditional wrapper and made Agidi/Eko look interesting and easy to eat for your toddler and kids. Make lunchbox-friendly Agidi/Eko Jellos.
Get in here and fry plantains (a.k.a. Dodo) for the kids as deliciously fragrant finger food. This is one yummy alternative to chips that they will enjoy.
Have you tried adding avocado to that ketchup you serve your child? It makes it more nutritious and bet me, they will not know the difference. Don’t hesitate to join them and enjoy too.
Watch the video on how to make baby’s brown pap,which is the most popular and sought after recipe on Mummy’s Yum. Pap is a Nigerian food that babies are first introduced to from 6 months.
A healthier and homemade finger food that you can always give your toddler to nibble on. Learn how to quickly make this.
Beef contains essential nutrients that helps in proper brain development for growing babies. Making it into a puree is a very good way of feeding it to babies from 6 months.
Take breakfast porridge oats to another level for the kids with this coconutty and fruit infusion. Oats porridge with a different taste.