1. Broccoli and cauliflower puree
The combination of these products consists of Iron and Vitamin C and it is recommended few times a week before the age of 1.
Water or milk
Steam broccoli and cauliflower and blender it. Make the porridge thinner with adding milk.
2. Lentil and pumpkin puree
This recipe consists of Iron, Beta-carotene and the Vitamins of group B.
50gr of red lentil
120g of clean and sliced pumpkin
Boil your lentil and pumpkin separately. Whisk them with a wooden spoon and mix together.
3. Sour cream, dill, and walnut
2 cups of sour cream
1 clove of garlic
1/4 cups of coarsely ground walnut
1/4 cup thinly sliced dill
2 teaspoons of salt
Get a middle-sized bowl. Mix your garlic, dill, walnut and salt with the sour cream and add grated flakes of walnut. The dish will serve as a perfect garnish for a salad made out of tomatoes, chickpeas, carrots, and potatoes.
4. Cabbage with blue cheese
beat up some cream in a small bowl and add 3 tablespoons of liquid blue cheese. Slice some cabbage thinly to sprinkle over the mixture.
5. Ice-cream and cherry sandwich
As every child loves sweets, try to prepare low-calorie frozen yogurt sandwich for them. Keep it in the fridge for the occasions when you'll think of snacking on a low-calorie dessert.
Take two cookies, place some frozen yogurt in between, pour some cherry confiture on top and freeze it.