I’ve seen this sort of recipe referred to as a ‘poor man’s stew because it uses mince rather than steak. It’s a good one for throwing everything in at the beginning of the day and not having to do anything … Continue reading Mince and potato slow cooker stew
This one is more for older babies and toddlers as it’s got a fair amount of soy sauce in it so the salt content is too high for a 6 month old. It’s also not the easiest dish for little … Continue reading Easy Special fried rice
This is one of those meals that’s perfect for when you need something ready and waiting for you after a long or busy day! I don’t always like to use the slow cooker (prefer to use the oven) but this … Continue reading The worlds easiest beef stew!
This meal is packed with veg but still feels like a treat! This recipe was born from one of those days where you stare in the cupboards and think ‘I have no idea why I bought half these things at … Continue reading Mince and vegetable layer pie
This is a bit of a shortcut version of spaghetti bolognese! It only uses one pan so there’s less washing up and it doesn’t take very long to make from beginning to end. Ingredients- 1 onion 2 cloves of … Continue reading One pot pasta bolognese
I like finding new ways to use mincemeat! This is a bit of a cheats way of making a stroganoff but there were certainly no complaints from the diners! Meals like this can be messy for babies but still absolutely … Continue reading Mushroom and mince stroganoff
The spinach in this recipe is barely noticeable in the finished meatballs so it’s not really there for flavour- more for the added goodness it brings! If your kids will eat meatballs I’m pretty sure they’d eat these ones! Ingredients- … Continue reading Beef and spinach meatballs