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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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39. Little dippers

Children love to eat with their fingers – so dips will always make a popular snack, light lunch or dessert choice.

In fact, a bowl of dip and some crudites is a great way to tempt even the most veg-phobic child to munch on carrot batons, cucumber and baby sweetcorn.

Of course, there are a host of ready-made savoury dips around, but unfortunately many are high in fat, salt, artificial flavourings and preservatives. If you want to be absolutely sure that your child is getting the best then whizz up your own in a blender. The following taste so good that they’ll go down equally well at a grown up drinks party.

Savoury success

These savoury dips will all work well with a selection of bread sticks, mini pittas and vegetable crudités. ...

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