Most babies get puréed peas as one of their first vegetables. When baby reaches 12 months and is ready for more texture, this cheesy open-faced omelette offers the familiar taste of peas in a new format. Use goat mozzarella if your baby is casein-intolerant.
Open-Faced Cheesy, Peasy Omelette
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
When your toddler is hungry, you need to get food on the table fast! This lunch dish comes together in minutes.
Mushroom Asparagus Strata with Multigrain Bread
Strata makes a great brunch dish, especially since you can do all the work the night before. This mushroom-goat cheese combo is perfect for company.
Quick Western Bake
Be speedy and energy-efficient with this Western “bake” that’s made in the microwave instead of the oven.
Skillet Baked Eggs & Beans
Baked beans make a great base for eggs in this easy, all-in-one pan breakfast. Perfect for weekend brunch.
Shaved Asparagus and Spinach Salad
Thin asparagus shavings are tossed with dressing and served raw in this tasty side salad. Make sure your vegetable peeler is sharp for this recipe. A Swiss-style peeler makes this a snap.
Baked Eggs & Spinach
Eggs are a great way to start the day! A breakfast with eggs has the protein you need to make it through to lunchtime. Buying omega eggs is an easy switch to make for a healthier diet.
Creamy Scrambled Eggs ’n Tomatoes
Stirring goat cheese into scrambled eggs makes them extra-creamy. Fabulous at breakfast time, or even for lunch. Serve with whole grain toast, if desired.
Flax Seed Soda Bread
Soda bread is a great accompaniment to soups, and unlike yeasted bread, is easily made. Flaxseed adds nuttiness and essential omega-3 fatty acids. Like all soda breads, this is best eaten within 24 hours of baking when eaten fresh, but older bread also makes great toast.
Tzatziki Devilled Eggs
Devilled eggs are an old-fashioned crowd pleaser. We’ve spiced them up with our spicy tzatziki dip. Eggs closer to their expiry date are easier to peel than eggs with a far-off expiry date.