I’m going to try and post more recipes that I’m cooking/baking for Missy Moo. Most of the recipes are perfectly fine for us adults to have, the only real difference I’ve noticed is that they often have less sugar and while there are often some tasty flavours, there isn’t anything too crazy or spicy.
For the most part, we give little miss some of whatever we’re eating. But on days when we’re having spicy Thai curry or something she may not be ready to sample, we’re trying out some new things. Oh and don’t for a minute think that I’m making everything she eats. There are some great pre-made stuff that’s convenient and not completely terrible (as in, there aren’t a lot of of preservatives and there are littler or no chemicals). So if you’re not making things for your little one, don’t feel bad. I’m confident it will not traumatize them and leave them full of hostility when they’re adults.
A couple of weeks ago I decided to make some blueberry mini muffins that I found on Babble.com in this article 8 Delicious Mini Muffin Recipes for Little Ones. There are a few other recipes in that article I want to make in the future.
Since we had some local blueberries in our freezer (thanks to my grandfather), I used them for these tasty little muffins.
Of course muffins are pretty easy and my only regret is that I left them in for a few minutes too long. They ended up being a little dry, but otherwise were pretty tasty.
I do believe they received a passing grade…
At around the 1:05 mark in that video above, I think Missy Moo was politely trying to let me know the muffins were a little dry. Ha ha.
If you have some recipes that you think are fun foods for babies, please feel free to share them in the comments!