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Trying to get Molly to eat is the main source of (my) anxiety in this house – all I hear is ‘I’ll eat that when I’m five’

She used to eat everything before she learned to ‘answer back’, so where did I go wrong? I think one serious difficulty with being a working mum is not being home to cook with her every day – making food preparation, tasting etc part of our daily routine, instead of rushing in the door at 6oc and not having the time to ‘make food fun’ before bath and bedtime routine starts.

I recently stumbled upon One Hungry Mama, a blog run by an american mum – it’s packed to the brim with tips on how to make feeding time playful, easy and delicious. I’m thinking that the cute Pumpkin Pop Tart idea above could be adapted year round as a way of getting different fruits into little miss picky! read on for this recipe and more

{recipe} Pumpkin Pop Tarts
{recipe} Brown Buttered Cauliflower Pasta
{recipe} Nutella Hot Chocolate
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