Pizza Friday

Craving pizza but still have to feed baby? No worries – we’ve got you covered. Here’s a recipe that is quick to make, you can use whatever you have in your fridge to put on it and it feeds not just baby! Hope you like it. Ingredients: 2 cups plain yogurt ¼ cup olive oil…

Veggie rice with chicken

This is another recipe that works best if done at stages as most of it is prep work. You will need a food processor to shred the vegetables and then you have 2 options: prepare this recipe while they are fresh or divide up into portions and freeze. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 cup vegetable mix –…

Veggie tots

This recipe is a great option when you’re short on time (or hands), especially if you have prepped veggies ready to go. I had cauliflower, carrots and broccoli chopped and frozen, so all I had to do was thaw and drain them very well. In addition, you can make tots out of most vegetables –…

Lentil soup

Soups and stews are an important part of our family’s diet, so it was only natural that I look for recipes and ideas I can incorporate into Simona’s diet. I want to make sure she gets wholesome meals with variety of ingredients. The added numerous benefits of this legume make it an easy choice for…

Banana muffins

Here’s a quick recipe, adapted from a banana bread recipe that is perfect for breakfast or afternoon snack. Ingredients: 2 mashed bananas 1 egg ½ cup organic rice flour 1 tsp cinnamon Directions: Preheat oven to 375F. Combine all ingredients together and mix well. Pour mixture into a muffin tin, pre-lined with paper liners Bake…

Cauliflower patties

These days, cauliflower is making a trendy comeback. There are all sorts of products leveraging the benefits of this versatile vegetable. For us, it has been a reliable partner for many of the veggie purees in the beginning days of introducing solids. As we’ve gotten closer to the 1 year mark, I like using cauliflower for…