Many people have a love-hate relationship with salt. It works really well to enhance flavours and makes meals taste awesome, but it seems consuming too much of it isn't not very good for you. So now what? Who wants to have their hot chips without salt?
Your child has an innate preference for sweet things, such as sugary drinks, biscuits and sweets. This puts you, as a parent, in a difficult position. Do you make them drink water, or allow them to have a (unhealthier) sweet drink? These tips will make it easier to choose water.
This recipe should really be called 'easy does it'. You can prepare this a night in advance and your kids will jump out of their beds in the morning with a spring in their step. Add some banana, or peanut butter (of course) or apple-pear paste and everybody will be ready to GO!
Yay, vegetables! All about flavours. Why is it so important that your little one is introduced to different flavours? A baby develops their preferred flavours in the first 6 to 12 months of their life. That's the foundation he starts with.
Baking delicious treats can also be very nutritious. Our Apple Oat cake is a shining example. It's made with our Coconut and Strawberry Porridge. 100% natural ingredients. Because even when we bake delicious things ourselves, we refuse to add refined sugars and strange additives!