'Even as a baby Miranda was fussy, and now she's reached a stage where she eats very few foods. She also goes through phases when she refuses the foods she normally eats, which is very frustrating.'Miranda was exclusively breastfed up to almost 6
to three snacks a day," says registered nutritionist Carina Norris. "Nutritious snacks that help to support his development are best." Most toddlers love sugary foods like biscuits and chocolate, however, while these are fine as occasional treats, it's best
Did you know that 90% of our bone density - the strength of our bones - is established during childhood?That's why it's really important to make sure your little one eats plenty of calcium-rich food as a toddler (he gets plenty as a baby in both
and developing his social skills too.With all that going on, he needs a wide range of food to aid his rapid brain development.Why not turbo-charge his diet with these six easy ways to boost your toddler's brain power?Brain food for toddlers
Mini Dip PancakesServes 4125g self-raising flour1 tsp baking powder1 medium egg (beaten)150ml milk1x145g can processed peas (drained)1x165g corn niblets (drained)vegetable oilcherry tomatoesGreek yoghurtcucumberMake a well in the self-raising flour and baking powder. Add egg. G...
Many children have small appetites or go through phases of eating what seems like a miniscule amount of food.If you are worried about the amount your toddler eats, you need to make sure that whatever does go in is giving an extra boost to his
your growing child the right kind of fuel. Yet despite your best efforts, getting your toddler to eat healthily can become a daily battle.But, with some subtle swaps, you can make her favourite choices healthier - without her even noticing... Healthy
Method:Place all the pancake ingredients in a liquidiser or food processor and blend until smooth.Alternatively, mix the flours in a bowl. Make a well in the centre. Beat the egg and milk together. Gradually add the milk and egg mixture to the flour by gently