This versatile compote can be served to baby for breakfast, lunch or dinner, depending on the accompaniments. For a change of pace from cinnamon, try a pinch of ground cardamom or nutmeg.
Apple and Pear Compote
Apple Berry Breakfast Crisp
Tart apples such as Northern Spy or Ida Red are ideal for crisps and crumbles. Dark berries add a boost of beneficial phytochemicals.
Leave the skins on the apples and use PC Blue Menu Granola for the topping for the easiest apple crumble, ever!
Applesauce Bran Loaf
Applesauce is the secret to keeping this quick loaf moist, while keeping the fat down.
Apricot Almond Fingers
A lovely pick-me-up after an afternoon skating, biking or jogging. Try with a cup of hot chocolate in the winter months! Ground almonds provide 0.84 g omega 6 per cookie.
Avocado Banana Mash
Babies need a high fat diet to develop properly. Avocados are full of heart-healthy unsaturated fat, and contain vitamin C, riboflavin and thiamine. You can mash the bananas and avocado completely or leave chunkier depending on your baby’s comfort level.
Baked Butterscotch Apples à la Mode
Crunchy granola and creamy butterscotch sauce combine deliciously in this kid-friendly dessert. Serve warm, with the ice cream melting in.
Banana Berry Rolls
The perfect after school snack! The kids can even help you make it.
Banana Chocolate Chip Spring Rolls
Spring rolls are normally deep-fried, but these dessert spring rolls are baked to crispy golden perfection. Sprinkle with sifted icing sugar just before serving, if desired.
PC Devon Custard is the base for a quick and easy banana pudding the kids will love.