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15 Healthy Dinner Recipes for Baby Led Weaning – Baby Led Feeding


My philosophy is that baby led weaning should be delicious, healthy and fun. I love the fact that baby led weaning lends itself to eating together, as a family and where possible I look for meals that suit everyone in the family, no matter their age. Dinner time can be particularly tough, trying to come up with new and nutritious options that satisfy hungry tummies, 7 days a week is not easy, believe me I know. With that in mind I have rounded up some yummy, healthy dinner ideas from some of my favourite bloggers. Take a look, try them out and let me know which one is your new family favourite.


Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Casserole

No chopping, no frying, bung all the ingredients in the slow cooker and leave it to do it’s thing. This is literally the easiest casserole recipe you’ll ever make! An ideal first food and something that the whole family can enjoy.

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Baked Pesto Chicken

Chicken is a popular family favourite ingredient. It’s probably one of the most used proteins around the world. Kids also tend to like chicken because of its quite mild flavour compared to red meat. This moist and tender baked pesto and parmesan chicken is a family favourite.

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Leftover Turkey Pies

Say hello to a delicious leftover turkey recipe that will make you want to cook an enormous holiday meal for 20 people every week (or not).  Your whole family will absolutely love these baby led weaning dinner pies, and they happily suit adults or adorable tot-friendly sized finger food.

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Mexican Mince and Rice

This one-pan Mexican mince and rice meal is a family favourite baby led weaning dinner. Rice and beans are a great source of energy for little ones and help keep bigger tummies full for loner. It has the added bonus of being simple to make, pop everything into one pan and enjoy.

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Easy vegetable curry

This healthy vegetable curry is mild, child friendly and really easy to put together. This is a meal that the whole family can enjoy for dinner and it is a great one for any families that have non-meat eaters among them.

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Vegan tomato pasta soup

This vegan tomato pasta soup healthy and incredibly easy and quick to make. Try it and its sure to be popular as a quick and tasty dinner option. For little ones you can add the soup to a sippy cup and let them enjoy.

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Rainbow burgers

These rainbow burgers are a fun take on sushi and can be made quickly. They are loaded with nutrients and are the perfect meal to get the kids involved in making.

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Black Bean & Corn Tacos (Vegan & Gluten Free)

Get a little spicy with this beautiful vegan recipe by Create Mindfully. Her recipe are also gluten free so this is a bonus for little ones with a gluten sensitivity.

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Veggie pasta sauces

Pasta sauces, like many meals that have a sauce base, are a great way to up the vegetable intake of your child’s meal. This Veggie Pasta Sauce is loaded with six different vegetables and blended smooth, making it perfect for fussy eaters or kids with textural issues.

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Butternut Squash Pasta

Butternut squash is sometimes over-looked as a boring, hard to peel ‘too much effort’ vegetable but it is a great one to try include in your kids diet due to it’s high nutritional content. It provides ample amounts of dietary fibre, is high in vitamins, potassium and a great source of beta-carotene. This pasta sauce tastes rich and creamy and yet there isn’t a bit of cream or butter in site. Serve over a pasta of your choice with a tiny sprinkle of parmesan. Note that parmesan has a high salt content so use sparingly for the little ones. Also omit the parmesan for vegan

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Slow Cooker chicken curry

This Slow Cooker Chicken Curry is easy to make and packed with flavourful spices; a delicious family meal to come home to. So many misconceptions exist with regards to what we can and cannot feed our babies/children. One of these misconceptions is the use of spices, with many new parents shying away from adding flavour this way.

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Butternut squash sweet chilli chicken

This absolutely delicious and very very easy recipe for butternut squash ‘noodles’ is a great way to introduce butternut squash to little ones. As an alternative to traditional noodles, the spiralized butternut squash offers a this nutrient packed vegetable to your little ones in a new and fun way. Easy and tasty, try this meal out for dinner tonight!

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Lentil Burgers

These easy Lentil Burgers are a great protein alternative to meat dinners. A flexible recipe that can easily be adapted to make lentil balls or croquettes – perfect for little hands when baby led weaning! Lentils are one of those ingredients that I have in my pantry and rely on every week. They are versatile, can be stored for long periods of time and are perfect in hearty winter meals but are equally as good in delicious summer salads. These Lentil Burgers can be enjoyed any time of the year and, as they freeze well, they can be prepped ahead of time for an easy weeknight dinner.

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Korean BBQ Chickpea Bento Bowls

Korean BBQ chickpeas, fresh vegetables and rice come together to make the most delicious bento bowls! These nourishing bowls are perfect for kid friendly dinners. They are packed with flavour, protein, fibre, and plant-based iron.

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Sweet potato meatloaf boats

The tomato base from tomato paste, and flavourful by using chill powder, paprika, worcestershire sauce, and honey + salt & pepper. It has a sweet undertone with mild spice, and is a great way to introduce spice as part of a baby led weaning dinner.

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