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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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51. The big freeze

Making friends with your freezer can help you produce a delicious home-cooked meal anytime.

If your freezer contains nothing more than a packet of fish fingers and a bag of frozen peas, then a little foresight can save you time and money in the long run.

Whether you’re weaning your baby, have a fussy toddler with a variable appetite or need to feed school-age kids now – cooking in larger quantities and storing meals in the freezer can save a huge amount of time, money and stress.

Weaning foods

Babies eat such tiny quantities of food at first – it’s well worth cooking up a couple of batches of fruit or vegetable purée and freezing them in ice-cube trays to defrost whenever you need them.

To make a purée: peel, core and chop ...

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