Recipes for the bub. Leftovers for mum

I have a hungry two year old. And I love coming up with new dishes and trying out different recipes for him everyday. But you know how kids are. One day they love your food. And the next day it makes them gag, fake-sleep, and run the opposite direction shrieking. And what do you do with all the food you made. Most baby food tastes lame. Either too bland, or too healthy for your own liking. So over the last year and a half I have figured out dishes that are nutritious for him, and delicious for me. Here’s my top ten and you should totally pin these on your refrigerator, away from your bub’s reach.

Sesame Cocoa Oat Bars

Cocoa Sesame Oat Bars

A happy chocolatey bar-slash-cookie that uses no flour. So it’s healthy and tastes delicious. You might not have too many leftovers, so make yourself a batch too.

Love Bombs

Love Bombs

Kids love potatoes. In all forms. So just stuff some in some yummy protein and they will eat it up. And for some reason kids love food that’s round round.

Pizza Drops

Pizza Drops

Muffins meet pizza in these fluffy little drops of everyone’s favourite dish. You can sneak in a lot of veggies too.

Macaroni with roasted veggies

Macaroni with roasted veggies

A step up from the mac and cheese. With gorgeous roasted veggies. My boy licked his bowl clean.

Peanut Fussili

Peanut Fussili

A ridiculously easy dish, your bub can make it himself. And eat it too.

Clover Bread

Clover Bread

Cute little bread rolls in classic flavours. You can try your own shapes, and flavours. This bread recipe is never-fail.

Frozen Banana Ice Cream

Frozen Banana Ice Cream

This will change your life. No sugar. No junk. Just good ol’ bananas. I am guilty of fighting my son for this.

Banana Bread

Banana Bread

If your bub doesn’t like bananas, don’t let it rot. Make this and the flavours will take you back to your mamma’s lap with a lullaby on loop.

Popcorn chicken

Popcorn crusted chicken

It’s fun. It’s crunchy. Perfect recipe for a happy toddler.