These ginger oats cookies are the product of leftover porridge I made as breakfast for the kids. I didn’t want it wasted by throwing it into the bin, so I decided to experiment. Learn how I made it and you can replicate with your own cooked porridge oats only. I will try and make some […]
When you have overripe bananas staring at you, there are different things you can turn it into rather than throwing them away. Banana oats waffles is one of them. Make these kid-friendly versions that are nutritiously healthier and filling.
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.
Here are the steps to making your own dates powder and granules at home. dates are a better substitute for sugar and honey…find out why too.
Get the most of this protein and vegetable rich plus high fibre food with this recipe. Green beans puree with chicken is a nutritious first food that you can always introduce to your baby’s meal.
Thinking of an easy, healthy teething biscuit for your baby? There is one here for you.
Have you been looking for a cupcake recipe with a little sneaky yum for the kids? Here you have it…carrot and vanilla cupcakes.
Do you want a simple, fast and delicious sauce to go with some boiled yam or plantain? Make this mango sauce for a difference.
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.