Chicken and corn chowder

There is something truly special about the combination of chicken and corn - without being too heavy and hard to digest, it is filling and nourishing, which makes it perfect for little tummies. Try this simple chowder recipe that's been created just for babies and toddlers.

Baby bacon and spinach frittatas

Preparing your own baby food is simple and budget-friendly. Start with purees and move onto finger foods like these mini bacon and spinach frittatas. Perfect if your child has been introduced to eggs and is more interested in handling their own food now than having you feed it to them.

Babys rice pudding

Rice pudding is a popular dessert no matter what your age. This rice pudding recipe has been created especially for babies and toddlers. Super-easy to make, it is creamy and delicious

Easy chicken casserole

This simple chicken casserole combines the wonderful tastes of fresh herbs and vegetables such as pumpkin and carrots with tender chicken breast pieces to make a casserole everyone will love, including toddlers and babies.

Peachy chicken

There is something delicious about adding a little sweet fruit to cooked chicken - they are very good flavour partners indeed. Your baby will love this pureed dinner that tastes terrific and is so simple for you to make.

Boiled eggs

Boiled eggs are nutritious, delicious and an economical way to get some quick protein at breakfast. People often joke about not even being able to boil an egg but it's easy if you follow a few simple rules. Use the best eggs you can get. Organic or free range and fresh!

Homemade baby cereal

Rice cereal is the best first cereal to introduce to your baby when you first begin offering solid food. But once you are ready to expand the offering, try this easy baby-friendly version of porridge. Tasty, easy and nutritious.

French toast soldiers

Little soldiers of toast are a perfect fit for little hands who are intent on self-feeding. Now you can make those soldiers even more nutritious by turning them into french toast soldiers. Genius!

Apple, pear and cinnamon puree

The two best fruit starters come together with a little bonus flavour: cinnamon. Try Gala, Fuji or Pink Lady apples and Nashi pears. If a pear is totally ripe it won’t need cooking at all. Both are great sources of fibre and vitamin C. Pears are especially good for constipated babies.

Salmon Pasta

Rafferty's Garden are delighted to bring you this delicious Salmon Pasta recipe using Rafferty's Garden Pumpkin, Apple and Sweetcorn Smooth Baby Food.

Salmon is rich in the healthy fats that are important for your baby’s brain development.