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COOKING FOR TODDLERS FOOD & COOKING ARTICLE

Savoury Bread and Butter pudding
by Chef Lesley Waters

Celebrity Chef Lesley Waters cooks great food for fussy kids

We all know what it is like when it comes to tea time with kids – it can be hard enough getting them to sit still at the table let alone anything else! Between the ages of one and three years it can be difficult to get them to eat the right foods, and to know if they are getting enough nutrients, particularly as some toddlers can become fussy eaters during this time.

Help is here with Celebrity Chef and mother Lesley Waters along with SMA Nutritionist Anne Sidnell who have designed six easy meals to satisfy even the fussiest of taste buds, and helps provide balanced meals with key nutrients like Iron, Omega 3 and 6 and Vitamin D that are needed for healthy growth and development.

In the fourth webisode in the series, Lesley makes a modern twist on this classic to the delight of her toddler panel.

Lesley’s tip:

This recipe is great because it’s high in calcium, and contains vitamin C from the tomatoes. Clever twists like this on classic recipes mean goodness can be added to your toddlers food without them even noticing.

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SAVOURY BREAD AND BUTTER PUDDING

Savoury Bread and Butter pudding
Savoury Bread and Butter pudding

"This recipe is great because it’s high in calcium, and contains vitamin C from the tomatoes. Clever twists like this on classic recipes mean goodness can be added to your toddlers food without them even noticing." ~ Lesley Waters

Ingredients

85g baguette, torn into bite size pieces
115g cherry tomatoes halved
2 slices/80g lean ham, shredded
55g mature cheddar, grated
2 medium eggs
200ml whole cows’ milk

Method

  • Preheat the oven to 190°C, 375°F, Gas 5.
  • Divide the baguette, tomatoes and ham between 2 shallow, ovenproof dishes.
  • Scatter over half the cheese.
  • Beat the eggs and milk together and pour half mixture into each dish.
  • Scatter over the remaining cheese.
  • Bake for 20 - 25 minutes or until puffed and golden.
  • Serve with a stir- fry of thinly sliced carrots and courgettes or your favourite vegetables.

Servings: 2

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