What Mummy Makes Comfort Food

Cover Art for 9780241534694, What Mummy Makes Comfort Food by Rebecca Wilson
ISBN: 9780241534694
Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Published: 7 September, 2021
Format: Hardback
Language: English

100+ simple recipes for weaning your baby with the foods you and your family love to eat too! Let Rebecca Wilson, the mum behind @whatmummymakes, show you how to cook warming winter meals that are simple, healthy and delicious. Organised by type of cooking, you'll be able to whip up meals in minutes and with minimal prep. There are ideas for using your slow cooker, pressure cooker, stovetop and oven. Rebecca's recipes are fresh, accessible, nutritious and most importantly made with the whole family in mind. Her philosophy is that parents can wean their babies by eating alongside them, adapting grown-up food for babies. Apart from the numerous joys and benefits of sharing family meals, her vision offers the perfect chance for adults to rethink how they eat, too. Rather than putting baby first and opting for fast, unhealthy options themselves, every parent is encouraged to share in nutritious and delicious meals as they introduce their little ones to new foods for the first time. Alongside the recipes there are a number of features and tips for making life that little bit easier, from learning how to freeze your food to ingredients you should avoid. Every recipe is suitable for babies from 6 months and is nutritionist approved.

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