Child Approved Recipes

We all know that eating healthy foods everyday is the best thing for ourselves and our family. These recipes are designed by a super trainer with over 5 years proven success.

I have created this E-book to highlight my favourite healthy recipes which I know your whole family will enjoy and your children will too!

I have over 11 years Childcare experience and have multiple qualifications in Early Years, including a BA (Hons) Degree.  

Below you will find some creative ways to introduce your family to new food experiences. These recipes and activities give you tips on how to introduce new foods into your family’s eating routine, as this can be stressful. Part of the battle is getting your family to eat the meals you make, try to include them in the decision making by giving them options of what they can chose to eat.

Here are a few extra tips:

  • Make a Meal Plan
  • Make a shopping list
  • Prepare 

Most importantly, remember to have FUN!!

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Creative and Fun Activities for ALL the Family!

Children learn through play, there has been extensive research into this over many years and our national curriculum for under 5 year olds (Early Years Foundation Stage) is based on children learning through play. 

Play time helps develop children’s language, social skills, cognitive development (problem solving, decision making, concentration, own thinking), fine and gross motor skills (big movements such as running, balancing and small movements such as mark making). Early mark making skills link to early writing skills, all these skills help your child develop the tools they need to progress through life. 

Useful Links

Feeding your child can be challenging but here are some useful links to help you with all the questions you may have (click on the underlined titles for more details on these topics:

Weaning your child – There is a lot of advice around this but you should wait until your baby is around 6 months old as it gives them time to develop properly and cope with the solid foods.
Safe Weaning – From food allergies, choking to what food and drinks to avoid this information will help your worries.
Toddler Meals – “Your toddler should be having 3 meals a day and 2 weaning snacks e.g. fruit, vegetable sticks, toast, plain yoghurt. No need to add sugar or salt as salt isn’t good for their kidneys nor sugar for their teeth.” (Start4Life, Weaning)

Please consult your doctor if you have any worries.