Saturday, November 25, 2017

Little London Awards: vote for the best children’s food brand

The Little London Awards are BACK for 2017, and we need your votes! Here, we look at one of the categories in a little...

What if baby’s food could support their future development?

Kiddylicious’ new Little Bistro range is adding a new dimension to baby food The first few years of a child’s life are by far and away...

Do you feel pressured to wean baby on homemade food?

Research has revealed many parents feel pressured and judged when it comes to how they choose to wean their baby Research by My First Savsé, Europe’s...

Breakfast recipe: Organic smashed avocado on toast with poached egg and harissa

To celebrate the Wake Up To Organic campaign, founder of food blog The Flexitarian provides Baby London a delicious and nutritional breakfast to eat...

Toddler snack: broccoli bites

Piccolo's nutrition specialist Alice Fotheringham shares the perfect toddler snack with her delicious and nutritious broccoli bites. These quick, bitesize nibbles are a great snack...

What you should be eating if you’re breastfeeding

Lauren Dangoor, founder of Feed Me 2, gives us the lowdown on your breastfeeding diet Breastfeeding is an incredible experience but one that can also...

Weaning recipe: tomato, lentil and angel-hair pasta

Piccolo's nutrition specialist Alice Fotheringham shares one her favourite springtime recipes for baby This is the time for lots of delicious seasonal fruit and vegetables,...

What to eat when pregnant for a good night’s sleep

These super relaxing dietary aids will help ensure better sleep during pregnancy, says Louise Pyne Ask any expectant mother what’s been her greatest pregnancy hurdle...

What your pregnancy cravings really mean

During those nine months, we can crave the oddest things. Louise Pyne explains why Whether you lust after chocolate for breakfast, or you can’t stop...

Expert advice on fussy eating

We ask parenting expert Kathryn Mewes one reader’s question about how to feed her child the right things Q.) How can I encourage my one-year...




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