With my second daughter I was sure from the start that we would go down the Baby Led weaning routine.
When I was invited to try the Baby Led Kitchen app from mum and instagrammer Jo Weston, I jumped at the chance.
Never in my life have I been so confused about what to actually give my baby to eat.
I started with a simple recipe, as my household will tell all, I’m not the best chef. I tend to just throw it all together and try my best to make it look “pretty”.
Simple baby in mind recipes
My eldest loved the sound of Melty Apple Puffs, so we gave them ago.
This recipe has three ingredients.
The look on my eldest daughter’s face when I told her to grate the apple!
To be honest until this point I’ve never grated an apple myself. Just a word of warning, that bit can get abit messy! But it was such fun!
After following the recipe, it was time to bake, then eat!
As you can see from my little helper there not all the same size, I went with it as anything to do with cooking and baking with my girl is supposed to be fun.
Both my baby and four year old loves these so we will be making these again.
For me, I found them to be abit bland in taste, after all this is a recipe for my baby.
Other recipes we’ve tried
Teething Salad, this was great. Though I forgot the fresh mint.
No-Cook Pasta Sauce, I made this for both girls. My eldest had it as a sauce and her sister had it mixed in with her pasta.
BLK Banana Bread, loved this recipe it has no added sugar.
Unfortunately I didn’t manage to grab a photo of these.
Where can I get this app?
So if your looking for more ideas or a place to start with Baby Led weaning.
Download the Baby Led Kitchen app available at the App Store.
Or for android devices at the Google Play Store.
Price is £4.99.
Remember to exercise caution when using any recipe, and talk to your health care team about any of your concerns.
Disclaimer: I was given the opportunity to review the Baby Led Kitchen app, however all words are my own honest opinions. For more information please see my disclaimer