Pap (also known as akamu, ogi or koko) is one of our very popular staple in Nigeria and usually the first weaning meal that a lot of mums know to give their baby. The process of making pap is easy if you follow my 7-steps to making pap, which I did with a combination of […]
DIY's, Kitchen & Food Tips
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.
Watch how to wrap your shawarma bread without any leaks. It comes in handy for your child’s lunchbox meals.
Reduce your child’s coughing, catarrh and cold with this soothing mix of ingredients that you have in your kitchen.
Giving your child the right food in the right combination gives them the best nutrients for healthy growth and development
Don’t let oven and blender keep you from making your breadcrumbs and making variety of meals for your kids.
Get ready for the school term with these simple tips in mind to help you give your child a healthy start.
Make baby’s jollof rice with this natural sauce or use as an alternative to ketchup.
If you are one of those that throw away your fish frame (that skeleton and flesh cut off to get your fish fillets), then stop. Do you leave it for the fishmongers? Pack your bones in another bag, take it home and make use of it in these ways. Make a delicious cooking stock – […]
Breadcrumb is one of the essential ingredients that you should have in your kitchen. You can read up how to make your own breadcrumbs rather than getting the store-bought ones which may have additional artificial ingredients and preservatives. Cooking with breadcrumbs will feature often in Mummy’s Yum, so watch out for recipes or better still, get […]