What Mummy Makes: Cook Just Once for You and Your Baby
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Recipes we love: Carrot Cake Porridge, Cheesy Broccoli Orzo, Spinach and Ricotta Puff Parcels, and Creamy Mango and Raspberry Ice Lollies. Wilson claims to be giving one easy to follow guide to baby nutrition instead of the chaos of conflicting info online, but sometimes her advice itself contradicts what seems to be consensus (eg. she says not to introduce eggs until 10 months, where others usually say to start them as early as possible to reduce the risk of allergies). And frustratingly for a book full of health and nutritional science, she doesn't cite a single source. Nowhere does she where she's pulled these claims from.
It would be nice for Rebecca to do some healthier recipes in her next book which I think will be released soon. That being said I have made just about every recipe in this book & they go down well with my son & myself. Some of the recipes didn't work for me because the ingredient quantities or cooking times were a little off (especially where there were things like banana involved which can vary in size). I also don't think it's that healthy either and find myself adding extra veg to a lot of the recipes. simple recipes, all suitable from 6 months old, for weaning your baby with the foods you and your family love to eat too!As someone with a love of cooking, I was excited to one day soon cook for our baby, so I was excited to read this book (leaving aside the title, which does feel a *little* weird being a dad who does all cooking). There are definitely some good recipes and ideas in here, but there's a lot that's just a bit concerning. PDF / EPUB File Name: What_Mummy_Makes_-_Rebecca_Wilson.pdf, What_Mummy_Makes_-_Rebecca_Wilson.epub Was koche ich denn heute?“ ist eine der Fragen, die in unserem Haushalt sehr häufig aufkommen, da einem teilweise doch hin und wieder die Ideen beim Kochen fehlen. „What Mummy Makes: Einmal kochen für Groß und Klein“ von Rebecca Wilson ist dabei ein gutes Helferin, das einem diese Frage gut beantwortet.
Pour the mug of rice into a saucepan. Fill the same mug up twice with boiling water from the kettle and add to the rice. Place the saucepan over a high heat and bring it to the boil, then put the lid on, reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for 12 minutes. Don’t take the lid off until the time is up.
Let Rebecca Wilson, the mum behind @rebeccawilsonfood show you how to cook a week's worth of simple, healthy and tasty meals to wean your baby from 6 months while feeding the rest of the family, too.
Great cook book but half of it is blank meal planning grids & blank shopping lists. Would have been better if they were pull-outs which you could photo copy like in similar cook books. The recipes are OK but my little one was much more enthusiastic about the ones in the first full recipe book (maybe coincidence). Follow the What Mummy Makes method and you'll find weaning can be a delicious breeze for the whole family.Some great recipes in here and great ideas for BLW. I found it great for inspiration and making me actually want to cook for little one. The recipes seem to be aimed at the busy mum for example porridge fingers done in the microwave. I chose some of the time to wing it and change the recipes so they were nicer so things like cooking the porridge fingers in the oven. Say goodbye to cooking multiple meals every day and the faff of making special little spoonfuls for your baby, plainer dishes for fussy older siblings, and something different again for the grown-ups. Rebecca Wilson is a mum, trained peer-to-peer breastfeeding coach and has harnessed huge attention in just a matter of months by sharing her simple, honest and first-hand advice about weaning her own daughter, Nina.