Most babies get puréed peas as one of their first vegetables. When baby reaches 12 months and is ready for more texture, this cheesy open-faced omelette offers the familiar taste of peas in a new format. Use goat mozzarella if your baby is casein-intolerant.
Open-Faced Cheesy, Peasy Omelette
Turkey, Apple and Cream Cheese Roll-Up
Instead of fighting to get your toddler to use a spoon or fork, why not just serve finger food? This quick roll-up is also easily made – a boon to busy parents.
Luscious No Bake Chocolate Tart
Who wants to turn the oven on when the temperature is sizzling hot? Not us, and we’re sure you don’t either!
Orangey Sweet Potato Mash
This colourful side dish is low in sodium, a source of fibre and an excellent source of Vitamin C. A delicious start to meeting your diet resolutions!
Cheesy Ravioloni and Sauce
Cheesy pasta is always a hit with kids. Your budding chef can help make this one!
Fully cooked bacon and chicken combine with croutons and dressing in this main course salad that’s tops for pure convenience!
Old Fashioned Spaghetti and Meatballs
This retro dish will take you back to the local Italian joint of old. Very little “cooking” required!
Blueberry Explosion Molten Cakes
Molten Chocolate Cakes take a walk on the wild side, garnished with wild blueberry spread and whipped cream.
Chocolate Trifle Molten Cakes
Dress up PC The Decadent Molten Chocolate Cakes with the trifle flavours of custard and orange.
Cheesecake Islands on a Pool of Custard
Easy as opening a can of custard! A great no-cook dessert for the dog days of summer.