Tag: finger food

Golden Pumpkin Pancakes

So colourful veggie pancakes has been my thing as of late. We’ve done green pancakes (zucchini with the skin on), pink pancakes (beetroot), and then I thought…how about pumpkin for golden pancakes? I baked the pumpkin then pureed it with milk. Basically the original pancake recipe is 1 cup flour, 1 egg and 1 cup

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Pink Beetroot Pancakes

A couple weeks ago, I decided to attempt to add beetroot to pancakes and smoothies since it turns things pink…and little girls like all things pink, right? So I bought a bunch of beets, wrapped them in foil, baked them whole, peeled them, sliced them, let them cool, put them into Ziplock bags and kept them in the freezer. My

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Broccoli and Cheese Nuggets

A couple weeks ago, I whipped up some broccoli and cheese nuggets/tater tots/patties (call them what you may) and my toddler actually ate a couple which is nothing short of a miracle. How to make them: Chop a head of broccoli roughly Blanch broccoli pieces for a couple of minutes in boiling water then drain (and shock in cold water

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Healthy Homemade Chicken Nuggets for Kids

These chicken nuggets are super quick to whip up and are a healthy alternative for fast food lovers. They can be served with homemade baked chips or other vegetables on the side. In the photo are takeaway chips from a fish and chip shop we had when out the next day – just to clarify I did

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Toddler Finger Food: Chicken, Mushroom and Leek Parcels

Lately my 2-year-old has been throwing us a new curveball in the eating department – she will only eat food she can hold. Speaking to friends, it seems like a normal toddler stage where they hate sitting still at the dining table and eating “proper meals” with dinnerware and cutlery. Before having kids, I’ve would’ve

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Healthy Banana and Oat Cookies

These banana and oat cookies/fingers are a really simple and healthy breakfast or snack that I often whip up for my 14.5 month old. They are suitable for all ages, from infants to adults, as there are only 2 ingredients- banana(s) and oats! I usually press in raisins on top too as Miss A loves them. All you

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