Thursday, 19 May 2016

Baby Pip Eats & Supercharged Food For Kids Books



Baby Pip Eats recipe developer Amie Harper transforms weaning into a fun and vibrant learning experience.  Blake started weaning when he was 5 months old and is now 17 months but this book is going to come in handy with helping to encourage him to try new foods. With a dish for each letter of the alphabet these recipes are fun and nutritious. 
You can rustle up some fun meals for example: 
Moo cow burgers, kitty cauliflower patties and avocado bites, woof potato pancakes, snow flake toasts with snow (cauliflower soup). Its a great way to get nutritious foods into your little one. Each of the recipes have the nutritional benefits listed, what age the dish is suitable for and how many family members it also feeds. Its a must have book for parents wanting  an easier and more nutritious feeding time. I'm looking forward to trying out the broccoli au gratin recipe which is great for the whole family. 


Health guru Lee Holmes new book aims to establish positive eating habits for your kids with delicious child-friendly recipes for the home kitchen.

Supercharged food for kids will inspire you to create fresh, wholesome and nutritious meals for your children. This book is packed with recipes that even fussy eaters will love. 
The book also comes with advice on how to avoid added sugar and processed foods, eating allergies and intolerance's, tips for busy families, and the lowdown on how to sneak superfoods into everyday meals. The book features favorites such as pizza, chicken nuggets, pasta and desserts. They reinvented using fresh and healthy ingredients and the book also has ideas for yummy snacks and school lunches. 
Recipe examples include: 
Cauliflower mac and cheese, fluffy banana and coconut pancakes, mini spring rolls, mini salmon frittatas, fruit sailing boats, banana ice cream and chocolate cake. 

I really like the layouts of both books as they are so easy to find the recipes. 
The supercharged food for kids book has the meals, snacks, desserts all in there own sections along with a section of lunch box ideas which include sandwich and wrap ideas and even a Monday-Friday lunch box menu. The great thing is that all the recipes in both books are suitable for the whole family and they get you trying out something new and exciting at meal times. 

Baby Pip Eats and Supercharged food for kids will both be published 2nd June 2016. 
Baby Pip Eats RRP:£9.99 and Supercharged food for kids RRP:£12.99. 

Will you be checking out these books to see if you can find some yummy meals and treats? 

27 comments:

  1. This book sounds amazing
    Great for healthy eating kids and fun too

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  2. Ooh this book sounds great. It's always great to have fun, new ideas to try out with your kids to stop them getting bored of food. I love the sound of the kitty cauliflower patties!

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  3. Hi there, this book sound amazing and my friend is expecting so i should buy this for her.

    www.annanuttall.com

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  4. This book sounds brilliant and one that's definitely worth me investing in. I have one child that will literally eat anything and another that's a fully-fledged member of the "beige club". xxx

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  5. Love the idea of promoting positive eating habits for kids - it is such an important life lesson as they grow up!

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  6. These books sound great, i love recipe books especially ones with healthy ideas for kids. Marie

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  7. Sounds a great book - definitely one to recommend to my friends x

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  8. These recipes sound like such great fun! I love things which make healthy eating more appealing x

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  9. What a lovely and ingenious idea for a book, loving that there is a recipe for each letter of the alphabet

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  10. This sounds like a good book to get kids to eat a variety of things. I find a lot of recipes on Pinterest too x

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  11. This looks really interesting, I try to ensure that my kids eat healthily but this would really help

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  12. So as I had written before...although it's now disappeared :(
    These books sound fab. I had a very fussy little lady who wouldn't really try much at all, although she's now a fab eater, I'm hoping that baby boy will just eat anything I give him and hopefully I can include some yummy recipes from these books for the whole family! xx

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  13. This looks fab. I used a few books when I was weaning my kids and they came in really useful with ideas.

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  14. This book is very interesting, I definitely make sure that my kids eat healthy. Great post.

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  15. Ooh this sounds fab, will look out of it xx

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  16. I've not used books for weaning but these sound full of fab ideas.

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  17. These photos are stunning! Love the lipstick, too!

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  18. Pam Francis Gregory20 May 2016 at 13:19

    Looks great - a fantastic way to share ideas/solutions

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  19. I like this whole concept. We used to tell my nephew that Broccoli was baby trees so he would eat them x

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  20. Lee Holmes' book sounds really great! teaching through positivity is always the best way :) x

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  21. Oh I would just love for my kids to eat good healthy food but I have no chance :(

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  22. Book sounds good - I always enjoyed cooking for my two when they were little

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  23. These look fab, will definitely have a look at them x

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  24. It sounds like a fantastic book with lots of great healthy recipes...my mummy works full time and needs to get back in the kitchen again!

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  25. This looks like a really useful book. We are embarking on weaning soon and I'll be looking for tips!

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  26. The book sounds fantastic! It's so important to start developing healthy eating habits from early days.

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  27. I could do with some more books like this! I've not been doing too well at cooking from scratch for Lily recently (thank god for stuff I've frozen) so I need to get back on track with it all X

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