We all know that fresh fruit and vegetables are essential to a balanced diet, which is why nutritionists advise us to ‘eat the rainbow’ when it comes to our food. The best chance we have of our children eating well is if they’re introduced to a range of colours, flavours and textures as infants. In this follow-up to Baby Pip Eats, nutritionist, recipe developer and food stylist Amie Harper does exactly that, offering a charming collection of recipes and ideas for serving delicious dinners that your little one will adore. Start the day with Pinky Porridge, munch on Broccoli and Zucchini Fritters, feast on Mini Moussakas and finish off dinner with Blueberry Ice Cream. Not only does Amie show us fun and exciting recipes which will be a hit with all the family, she also includes all the nutritional information you could possibly want so you know exactly what you are giving your children. Little Pip Eats the Colours of the Rainbow is a must-have for parents wishing for healthy and easy recipe ideas.
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About the Author
Amie Harper has always been passionate about preparing and sharing delicious, nutritious meals among family and friends. With the exciting arrival of her first child, she turned her attention to smaller servings and a simplified palate to please baby Pip. With a degree in food science and nutrition, Amie has over ten years’ experience as a food technologist for some of the world’s largest consumer goods companies. She has also worked as a freelance food stylist and recipe writer for magazines such as The Australian Women’s Weekly, Gourmet Traveller and Good Taste.