I Can’t Believe It’s Baby Food!: Easy, healthy recipes for babies and toddlers that the whole family can enjoy
Publisher: Short Books Ltd
Published: 20th May '21
The healthy weaning & toddler bible, with 120+ delicious & easy recipes everyone can enjoy from child nutrition expert Lucinda Miller.
The healthy weaning & toddler bible: how to wean your baby and feed your family at the same time, from the bestselling author of The Good Stuff’Based on millennia of healthy weaning practices, these are recipes to set your children and their microbiomes up for life!’ – Dr Clare Bailey’I wish I had had this book when I was bringing up my three. Lucinda’s recipes are not only quick for a tired mum, but more importantly DELICIOUS for the children…’ – Thomasina MiersLucinda has totally changed my family’s health for the better. This cookbook is full of amazingly delicious and healthy recipes you can all enjoy.’ – Leonora Bamford, My BabaSay goodbye to cooking multiple different meals. I Can’t Believe It’s Baby Food has 120+ easy, healthy recipes that everyone will love.With more than 20 years’ experience of specialising in child nutrition, Lucinda Miller lays the foundations for a lifetime’s enjoyment of nutritious food, with recipes that feed growing brain cells and immune systems and cleverly avoid white flour and refined sugar.Nearly all the dishes are suitable for weaning babies from six months – you simply take off a portion for your baby before adding seasoning for older kids and adults – and they are easy to adapt for different ages, food allergies and fussy eaters. You will find nourishing breakfasts like Carrot Cake Porridge, mains like Lemony Chicken & Orzo Soup, as well as plenty of grabbable healthy snacks and sweet treats like Apple & Raspberry Crumble Bites.These are recipes your children will never grow out of!’Aimed at maximising development whilst ensuring that eating becomes a social event devoid of stress, Lucinda’s latest book guides parents down an exciting path of healthy eating for children, with a sprinkle of added fun!’ – Dr Tim Ubhi, The Children’s e-Hospital.
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