Here you can find some top tips from other parents and carers – or maybe you have some of your own? Whether its combating fussy eating, making food more tasty without adding salt or sugar, helping with teething, or a general cooking tip, we’d love for you to share them.
Keep some fruit in the freezer, whether it's whole fruit such as strawberries or pealed bananas, or packet fruit from the super market, it's so useful... more
Fridge cold melon is a great teething pain reliever. A big chunk rind and all will keep your fractious child quiet and happy for a while. And it’s h... more
Soup is a great way for getting vegetables into toddlers. Orange root veg are particularly good. But all veg cooked up then blended are tasty and best... more
Make Innocent smoothies into nutritious ice lollies which are loved by toddlers and great for teething babies. Buy some ice lolly makers for the freez... more
Add fresh fruit juice to your vegetable purees to make them more tasty and add those extra vitamins. Apple juice with carrot and orange juice with mix... more