As we are increasingly aware of the perils of ready-made foods, packed with hidden sugar, salt and preservatives, it makes sense that the way to guarantee the best start in life is to make your baby's meals, from real food, from scratch. Having a new baby can be stressful and hectic so the Test Kitchen has created simple, nutritious meals from easily accessible ingredients that will satisfy all your baby's needs. In addition there are ideas that can be made in advance and saved for later occasions meaning you never have to turn to sugar-laden, shop-bought substitutes again.
Burgers, Bolognese & Meatballs
Mince normally features in everyone's list of favourite dishes - from Shepherd's Pie to Spag Bol and Kebabs to the home-made burger. Here we provide a quick, handy source of inspiration and add delicious new touches to old favourites. Spaghetti Bolognese has become almost a national dish in many countries outside of Italy. Meatballs can be made from all kinds of meat, seafood and poultry and recipes originate from a wealth of different countries. And burgers? A wonderful midweek standby beloved by both children and adults. Burgers, Bolognese & Meatballs also contains recipes for accompanying sauces, salads and fries.
Everyone loves barbecues - the sun, the smells, the smiles - however most of us would admit that we have a limited range when it comes to producing flame-grilled food. This book gives you over 200 tasty recipes to turn your barbecue into a barbie banquet! From quick and easy classics including Greek-style Lamb Burger and Coconut Butterfly Prawns to more meaty masterpieces such as Balsamic Steaks with Basil Mash and Tandoori Chicken, Barbecues' huge selection ensures that your barbie need never be boring again. There are also recipes for salads, desserts and drinks to make your barbecue complete.
Baking With Tiny Tots
By Becky Johnson
A selection of recipes that the whole family will enjoy baking and eating. Easy-to-follow instructions for over 50 tasty cakes and bakes that kids will love to make. Children find it really rewarding to serve up food they've cooked themselves. And, as a bonus, cooking together encourages family time and develops important skills. Cooking teaches kids skills in a fun way - weighing out ingredients familiarizes them with numbers, while mixing, spreading and spooning aid co-ordination.
Burgers, Rosti & Fritters