One handed cooks

Making sure your little birds eat well is tough. More often than not, the harder you try the more they resist!
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One Handed Cooks could be your saviour! Their team will inspire you to cook beautifully simple, healthy food for your little birds.

Basically, they are a baby and toddler food blog who share recipes that are all quick and easy to make, leaving you one free hand to wipe a nose, give a cuddle, or feed a hungry child.

Older kids would love the Lamb Kofta Sticks

Older kids would love the Lamb Kofta Sticks

Each nutritious recipe has been lovingly gummed, chewed, picked up, smushed and devoured by their own little birds and now we are lucky enough to have them shared with us!

Our nest uses this site ALL the time and cannot recommend it enough! Go over and check it out www.onehandedcooks.com.au/ you will not regret it!

Why not try the creamy tuna muffins?

Why not try the creamy tuna muffins?

Happy nutritious cooking Nesters!

A food revolution in our house

Okay, so.. confession time. My toddler-bird ate home made baby food for about.. umm, maybe three weeks. I tried. Well, not convincingly. It was just too hard. She was too fussy. I gave up. I am not proud of it. But then something wonderful happened. Since having my baby-bird I have been introduced to Sinchies Reusable Pouches.

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I can proudly and honestly say that baby-bird has only ever eaten home-made food. These pouches have been a savour. Easy to use and refill. You can freeze them, microwave them and even put them in the dishwasher!

I love products that just make life a little bit easier. This is that product for me!

My baby-bird particularly loves this Cauliflower & Apple recipe:

Ingredients:

1 Cauliflower

4 Apples

1/2 cup milk

Method:

1. Peel, core and cut apple into 3cm chunks

2. Cut cauliflower into similar size pieces.

3. Combine apple, cauliflower and milk on low heat on stovetop and cook until tender.

4. Once cooled, blend until you have the required consistency for your baby.

This recipe freezes really well.