A warm lunch that’s easy to make for baby, and mom can enjoy some too! Cinnamon is a good “starter spice” for babies. Store leftovers in the refrigerator or freeze in ice cube trays for easy portioning later on.
Smooth Sweet Potato Soup
Undetectable Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes
Most kids will eat mashed potatoes, but cauliflower is another story! Sneak them into the mashed potatoes; what they don’t know not only won’t harm them, it will do them some good.
Mini Cali Chicken Sandwich
Everyone will love these tasty little sandwiches which use our scrumptious red pepper dip as a spread in place of butter or mayo.
Honeyed Turkey, Bacon and Havarti Rolls
Our top sliced hot dog buns make a lovely sandwich. Remember to pack a cold source if packing these in the lunchbox- a frozen juice box works well.
Easy Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese
For kids who are fussy eaters, try hiding mashed sweet potato in this clever mac and cheese; it has the orange colour that many kids expect. Pasta absorbs more sauce as it stands so when reheating, add a splash of milk to attain desired consistency.
Six Bean Salad
This salad tastes like a lot more work than it is, thanks to 6-bean medley and our packed-with-herbs Memories sauce.
Raspberry Thriller Chiller
This refreshing pink slushy is easy to make and has very little added sugar so it’s not too sweet.
Chocolatey Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie
Ice cream shops charge a small fortune for ice cream pies and cakes. Why buy a premade one when you make one this easily at home?
Cucumber Mint Refresher
This refreshing drink is just like the ones served at the top day spas. Relax and rehydrate.
Low Fat Summer Fruit Trifle
Counting calories? No one need feel deprived when eating this refreshing, low fat berry trifle.