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Apple and apricot dessert

This simple, fruity dessert contains vitamin C and betacarotene.

Apple and Cous Cous Dessert (6 months+)

A great dessert for babies enjoying texture

Apple and raspberry puree

Treat your baby to the delicate flavour of raspberries. This is another lovely recipe for when fruit are in season. It'll give her plenty of vitamin C.

Apple and Sweet Potato Soup (6 months+)

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Apple, Pear and Blueberry Puree (6 months+)

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Avocado and banana mash

This is a brilliant vegetarian meal for when you're on the move, as it's quick and easy to make and doesn't need any cooking. It doesn't keep, so what baby doesn't fancy, eat yourself. It'll give her - and you - plenty of vitamin E and potassium.

Avocado and kiwi puree

Slightly more exotic recipe to really tickle the baby taste buds. This puree is a good source of vitamin E and vitamin C.

Baby ratatouille

This lovely Mediterranean medley of vegetables is full of goodness. It's an excellent source of betacarotene and vitamin C for your baby.

Baby's Banana Curry with Chicken (7 months+)

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Baby's Banana Custard (6 months+)

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Baby's first carrot puree

A simple recipe for starting to wean your baby.

Baby's Root Veggie Puree

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Baby's Scrambled Egg

A quick and simple omlette. A tasty fast meal for when your baby simply cannot wait.

Baby's Vegetable Patch Puree

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Baked Banana and Apricot (6 months+)

Healthy and tasty dessert for those just starting to try new flavours

Baked Pear and Carrot Mash

A yummy first food. Baked in the oven to really keep the flavours and vitamins in.

Baked Plums With Cinnamon (6 months+)

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Banana Puree

Yummy banana puree. A easy to eat food and good source of potassium.

Basic Apple Sauce

A simple straight forward recipe for apple sauce/ apple puree

Beef and green beans

This hearty meal is an excellent source of iron. Your baby will also be able to top up on vitamin C.

Blueberry and Cous Cous Dessert (for babies enjoying texture)

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Blueberry Custard (6 months+)

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Broccoli and cauliflower puree

Delicious Broccoli and cauliflower puree contains iron and is a good source of vitamin C. Quick to make too.

Broccoli and cornmeal mash

This vegetarian meal has only two main ingredients, but look how full of goodness it is for your baby. She'll get iron, betacarotene, B vitamins and vitamin C from eating it.

Broccoli with tomatoes and almonds

This vegetarian meal is a good source of betacarotene, vitamin E, calcium and vitamin C.

Canteloupe melon puree

A juicy and tasty recipe for beginner weaners. Contains betacarotene and vitamin C

Captain Haddocks Individual Fish Pies

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Carrot and parsnip puree

Simple and tasty carrot and parsnip puree. A good source of vitamins and betacarotene. Consistency can be variety from runny and smooth to firm and lumpy

Carrot and swede mash

This colourful combination is a filling meal for your baby, and you could have it as a side dish with some grilled fish or chicken. The mash is a good source of betacarotene.

Cheeky Corn Puree

Cheeky Corn Puree

Cheese colcannon

This light vegetarian meal contains iron and is a good source of vitamin C and calcium.

Cheesy Chicken

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Chicken and Apple Dinner (7 months+)

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Chicken and coconut korma

Why not introduce your baby to new flavours with this mildly spiced, easy-to-prepare family meal? It's a great source of B vitamins and iron.

Chicken and melon salad for baby

This recipe is fairly textured - ideal for babies who are happy coping with lumps. It's a tasty way to make a meal out of leftover cooked chicken and would make a yummy sandwich filling for older babies.

Chickpea and coriander stew

Give your baby this fragrantly spiced combination to try. It contains iron, betacarotene, B vitamins and vitamin C.

Chocolate banana custard

Liven up that old favourite, mashed banana, with this light, chocolately custard. This dish is full of calcium and B vitamins.

Chunky Chicken

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Cinnamon Pear with Cream Cheese Topping (6 months+)

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Coconut egg custards

Liven up traditional egg custards with the flavour of coconut. This dish couldn't be easier to prepare and contains iron and betacarotene.

Cod and sweetcorn chowder

Share this with your baby by pureeing or mashing her portion and enjoying yours with some crusty bread. It's a great source of B vitamins, calcium, betacarotene and vitamin C.

Colourful CousCous

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Cool melon soup

This unusual recipe tastes so wonderful, it may even become a family favourite.

Cottage cheese and pea mash

This light meal is so easy to prepare. It will help your baby top up on iron and vitamin C.

Cream of banana and strawberry

A simple yet tasty dessert packed with vitamins and flavour.

Creamy apricot dessert

This simple dessert takes seconds to prepare and is a good source of calcium and betacarotene.

Creamy coconut lentils

Coconut milk is an easy way to give your baby's food an interesting flavour. This dish contains iron and is a good source of B vitamins.

Creamy Fruit Mash

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Creamy melon baby food mash

Delicious, fruity dessert containing melon and banana. Serve chilled to help sooth teething too.

Creamy tomato risotto

This filling vegetarian meal is a good source of calcium, betacarotene, B vitamins and vitamin C.

Easy Chicken and Banana (7 months+)

Sounds yucky? Our little ones loved - and still love - this recipe.

Fish Pie

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Fishy Flakes Pasta

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Fruity Oatmeal Feast (6 months+)

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Gingered Peach (6 months+)

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Grape, yoghurt and banana dessert

Your baby will get vitamin C and calcium from this pudding.

Lamb with apple

This delicious combination of fruit and meat offers lovely flavours for your baby to try. It's an excellent source iron, and also contains B vitamins and vitamin C.

Lamb with pasta

This wholesome meal is an excellent source of iron, and a good source of vitamin C and B vitamins.

Layered Peach Cream (6 months+)

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Lemony rice pudding

This lemony twist on tradional rice pudding is a good source of calcium and B vitamins.

Lentil dhal with orange

This colourful, nutritious mixture contains iron, betacarotene and vitamin C.

Lentils with butternut squash puree

Contains iron and is an excellent source of betacarotene and B vitamins.

Lickety Split Lentil Soup

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Little Ones Leek and Courgette Soup

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Little Rascals Vegetable Soup

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Little Tykes Lamb Hotpot

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Lovely Lentils

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Mango and melon baby food puree

Note: Some parents prefer to wait until at least 8 months before introducing mango as it may trigger an allergic reaction in some babies.

Mango Cream

A quick and easy mango based dessert. Can be lumpy or smooth depending on your choise

Melon Delight

Easy peasy recipe with melon and avocado. No cooking required.

Mighty Minestrone

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No-Cook Fruity Treat

Banana and Avocado - no cooking required. Fast to prepare and ready to eat

Papaya puree

A simple to make recipe for a fruity puree treat.

Peach and Blueberry Cereal (6 months+)

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Peach and Nutmeg Surprise (6 months+)

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Peachy Sweet Couscous

A great dish for babies enjoying textures and sweet flavours

Pear and apple puree

Fruity, sweet and easy to swallow recipe for babies who are just beginning to be weaned

Pear and Butternut Squash Soup (6 months+)

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Pear and Quinoa Breakfast (great for babies enjoying texture)

Quinoa is a highly nutritious grain - and is a rich source of calcium. Of all grains, quinoa has the highest protein content and also contains phosphorus (important for a healthy heart, kidneys and brain), vitamins B and E and iron.

Pear and Raisin Mash (6 months+)

Quick and easy puree/mash recipe for learner weaners

Pear dessert

This fruity treat contains vitamin C and is a good source of calcium and B vitamins.

Petit pois puree

Petis pois have a lovely natural sweetness your baby is sure to enjoy. This simple puree contains iron and is a good source of vitamin C.

Pork and Plum with Potato Gnocchi (7 months+)

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Pork with Blueberry and Apple Sauce (7 months+)

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Potato and spinach puree

Nutritious puree recipe for filling up a hungry baby. A good source of iron, betacarotene and vitamin C

Quick and Easy Peachy Chicken Dinner (7 months+)

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Redcurrant and blueberry crumble

This is great for a baby approaching one year. The sour fruit needs a little sugar to sweeten it, and so does the crumble topping. The fruits make it a gorgeous colour that's sure to tempt your baby. This dish is a good source of betacarotene and vitamin C.

Ricotta and Roasted Peach (6 months+)

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Roasted Plums with Yogurt (6 months+)

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Salmon, broccoli and potato pie

Fish pie is a real family favourite. This recipe contains omega 3 fatty acids and is a good source of vitamin C calcium and betacarotene.

Sardine and avocado spread

This richly satisfying snack is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, calcium and vitamin E.

Savoury chicken casserole

This delicately flavoured recipe makes a good family meal. Just increase the quantity of ingredients to suit. It's an excellent source of iron, and also contains betacarotene and vitamin C.

Sheep Pie without the sheep

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Simple Fish Pie

A nice tasty dish for filling up your tot. Suitable from 9 months onwards.

Squashy Chicken

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Sweet and Spicy Squash (6 months+)

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Sweet Potato and Avocado Dinner

Avocado mixed with baked sweet potato. A delicious dish to keep your baby interested.

Sweet potato and cheese mash

This colourful mash is packed with betacarotene, and also contains calcium and vitamin C.

Sweet potato and squash mash

This is a lovely mixture to try in the autumn, when butternut squash are plentiful. It's a great source of betacarotene for your baby.

Sweet potato mash or puree

Easy to make dish for early weaning tastes

Tatty-Leeky Soup

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Veggie Pasta

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Wholesome Banana Rice Pudding (6 months+)

Fast preparation - throw everything in the blender and away you go (Once the rice is cooked)