Raspberry Chia Muffins

These are great to have in the freezer as a quick snack. Freeze once they've been cooked and store in the freezer for up to three months. Just pop in the microwave for 30 seconds to reheat.

pinwheel, orange and tomatoes in a dusty rose divider lunchbox

Spinach Pinwheels

These Spinach Pinwheels look a lot harder to make than they actually are. If you use a pre-rolled pastry sheet you're onto a winner. There are so many different fillings you can use but we've used Spinach ones in this recipe as you don't feel as guilty when you're eating them. Delicious food the whole…

Raspberry Porridge

You don't just have to make Raspberry Porridge. This recipe can be adapted with any fruit such as blueberries, strawberries, peanut butter & banana or even add spinach for added iron. 

Banana Porridge Fingers

These are a perfect first food for baby. They are thin, soft and easy for baby to hold and eat. They are also so quick and easy to make you will be making them all the time.

Banana Pancakes

These are such a quick, easy and healthy breakfast. They go well with some greek yoghurt for your baby to dip them in or you can add some chopped fruit or cinnamon to mix up the flavour. These are super soft and can be given to your baby from six months old.

Pear & Crumble Bake

These bakes are like a soft flapjack but taste just like apple crumble! A tasty snack, breakfast or lunchbox filler. Not suitable for under one-year olds.