Siobhan Watt

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Mini fish bites for mini mouths! Perfect for babies and toddlers who enjoy feeding themselves and a great way of including oily fish in their diet

Weaning recipe: Mini fish bites for mini mouths! Perfect for babies and toddlers who enjoy feeding themselves and a great way of including oily fish in their diet

Sweet Potato Pesto Gnocchi

Sweet Potato Pesto Gnocchi

What we needed was a flexible corner seat for the kitchen. Challenge: the radiator was not to be covered completely. This is what you need: IKEA: 2 x Kallax 1×4 12 Capita legs 8 cm stainless steel (3

What we needed was a flexible corner seat for the kitchen. Challenge: the radiator was not to be covered completely. This is what you need: IKEA: 2 x Kallax 12 Capita legs 8 cm stainless steel

Cauliflower Sweet Potato Muffin Frittatas

Cauliflower Sweet Potato Muffin Frittatas

Peanut Butter Mini Muffins

These nine quick, healthy toddler muffin recipes are so easy to make you will be baking them all the time for your kids! Healthy toddler muffins make a great snack for little ones, especially if you bake them adorably bite-sized using mini muffin tins.

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

This chocolate pudding is made with the goodness of avocados and is sweetened by honey. Your toddler is sure to love it!

Banana Boomerangs

This toddler treat looks just delicious, and is one of my favourite kinds of dessert - the kind that only takes minutes to prepare!

Banana Honey Pudding

Banana and honey combine to give this delicious pudding its sweet flavour, and it contains just a dash a cocao powder to make it just a little bit chocolaty as well.

Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Biscuits

These easy peanut butter biscuits have just three ingredients, and are so soft that they melt in your mouth!

No meat? No problem. This chickpea and halloumi version is satisfying, tasty and cooked in a rich tomato sauce for ultimate flavour. Serve with crusty bread to soak up the sauce.

No meat? No problem. This chickpea and halloumi version is satisfying, tasty and cooked in a rich tomato sauce for ultimate flavour. Serve with crusty bread to soak up the sauce.