Baby Led Weaning
Baby Led Weaning
You've probably already heard of the BLW method, but if you don't know anything about it yet, you can start to familiarise yourself with it in this publication.
And if you already have, you can go straight to the recipe!
What is the BLW method?
Baby Led Weaning can be translated as complementary feeding. What does this mean? It means incorporating solids into your baby's diet without going through the mashed stuff. Yes, it's scary at first. That's why every mum, dad and baby is different. And above all, you have to feel confident and comfortable to do it. Because there is always time to introduce solids. So the most important thing is that you are calm and confident.
It should be made clear that this method does not replace breastfeeding or formula feeding. Remember that up to 12 months complementary feeding is an aid to help them adapt to it later on.
In the next posts we will be talking more about BLW. In the meantime, here's a recipe for avocado hummus that we're sure you'll love.
Mini vegetable soufflés
3 eggs ½ chopped tomato
¼ chopped onion
1-2 chopped mushrooms
3 ½ tablespoons grated courgette
½ tablespoon flour (can be gluten-free)
1 tablespoon yeast
1 small handful of cheese
1. Beat the eggs and add the ingredients one by one. Mix together.
2. Pour the mixture into the moulds of your choice. Silicone ones work very well. Grease them and sprinkle with a little flour so that they don't stick.
3. Preheat the oven to 180º and bake the soufflés until golden brown. Before taking them out, check that the inside is done. Allow approximately 30 minutes.
If you omit the cheese, they are suitable for +6 months.
STORAGE: Up to 1 day in the fridge, but they are better after cooking.
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