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Annabel Karmel Make it Easy infantino Winner!

There were so many wonderful food blends and recipes; you have one lucky group of children. From purées to tofu nuggets, it’s obvious that you’re all passionate about feeding your Thank you all for participating. The winner of the Annabel Karmel’s new Make it Easy line from infantino is…


Kathy from Panini Happy! If you haven’t been to Kathy’s blog, GO! She has some serious sandwich love, and they are delicious! Congratulations, Kathy!

Here are a few of the baby and toddler food recipes that caught my eye.

Mango Curry Chicken from Tall Grass Kitchen

oil for sauteing
1 onion, chopped
2 cups green veggie (broccoli, asparagus, peas,etc.)
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tsp grated fresh ginger
1 T curry powder
dash cinnamon
2 chicken breasts, chopped
1 fresh mango, diced (or about 1 cup frozen)
1 can sliced peaches in juice (I used scissors to chop them up in the can)
2 T brown sugar
juice from 1/2 lemon
salt and pepper to taste

1) Saute onions in oil until translucent. Add additional vegetables, and cook until crisp tender. Add garlic, ginger, curry, and cinnamon. Stir until fragrant.

2) Add chicken pieces, and cook until beginning to brown.

3) Add peaches (with juice), mango, and brown sugar. Cook until bubbly, and chicken is cooked through. Remove from heat, stir in lemon juice, salt and pepper. Serve with rice.
Photo by our very talented Sophistimom.

Tropical Fruit Pops by Angela McLeod

1 can of coconut milk (preferably without bpa in the lining)
1 large chunk of fresh pineapple (about 1 cups worth)
1 fresh mango peeled and cut into chunks

Puree this with immersion blender and pour them into pop molds. Give them a few hours in the freezer and they’re super refreshing and not to sweet.

Baked Apples from Wholesome Baby Food submitted by Laura S

1. Core apple and leave peel on
2. Place a wee bit of butter (if baby is ready for or has had dairy) on the inside of the cored apple (sprinkle a bit of cinnamon in the apple if your desire and if baby is ready for or has had cinnamon)
3. Place in a pan with just enough water to slightly cover apples about an inch of water
4. Bake in a 400-degree oven for 30 minutes or until tender; be sure to check on the water level.
5. Once baked, either cut apple into little bits and serve as a finger food or mash and make applesauce

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