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  • White Rice, Halibut and Broccoli Dinner Not rated yet
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    Halibut is a white fish that is very mildly-flavoured, making it a good choice as a first fish for baby to try. Chop broccoli and fish into smaller or large pieces, depending on how much texture your baby can handle.

    White Rice, Halibut and Broccoli Dinner
  • Toasted Spiced Flatbread with Yogurt Tzatziki Dip Not rated yet
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    When the kids are whining for the supper that isn’t ready yet, this is great to put on the table to tide them over. Use flavoured spicy olive oil for a spicy version.

    Toasted Spiced Flatbread with Yogurt Tzatziki Dip
  • Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Precooked frozen rice is a great short-cut to this brown rice breakfast pudding. Especially welcome on a cold winter morning! Substitute vanilla soy milk and omit vanilla, if you prefer.

    Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries
  • Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Yogurt and granola provide the protein your family needs to make it through to lunch. Substitute their favourite jam.

    Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries
  • Tomato Basil Pizzettes Not rated yet
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    These mini pizzas are sure to be a hit with your toddler. If your toddler likes cooked broccoli, peas or spinach, add them before baking.

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  • Wholesome Chicken Carrot and Brown Rice Puree Not rated yet
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    If you’re making chicken breasts for the entire family, throw an extra one on to use in this pureed baby food. Alternatively, you can use leftover roast chicken or poached chicken breast. Chicken is often one of the first meats recommended for babies’ diets, as it is easily digested.

    Wholesome Chicken Carrot and Brown Rice Puree
  • Silky Quinoa and Squash Not rated yet
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    Make quinoa for supper and pull out 1 cup of it to make this dinner for baby. Quinoa is an ancient grain that is high in protein. Store leftovers in individual portion sizes for use in the following days; freezing it in ice cube trays makes for easy portioning later on. Don’t give up if your child doesn’t seem to like quinoa, or any other specific food- you need to expose children to a new flavour up to ten times before they take to it.

    Silky Quinoa and Squash
  • Havarti and Turkey Reuben Not rated yet
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    This twist on a deli classic offers a less fatty option than a traditional Reuben sandwich. If you don’t have a panini press, crisp in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat just like a grilled cheese.

    Havarti and Turkey Reuben
  • Jazzed Up Oatmeal Not rated yet
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    Dress up your morning oatmeal with our dried berry blend and honey, at a fraction of the cost of buying it at a coffee shop.

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  • Cheesy Breakfast Melts Not rated yet
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    These open-faced breakfast sandwiches are low in fat and take only minutes to prepare. Any ripe tomato can be used instead of grape tomatoes, just cut them into a medium dice. Be sure to serve immediately so the cheese is nice and gooey!

    Cheesy Breakfast Melts