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Mummy ready to catch me? Oaty fruity biscuits


Please tell me it’s not just me! My little one is just too fast for me. I just took my eye off him for a few seconds and the next thing I know, he’s managed to grab the salty Ritz box…. crackers all over the the floor and he’s happily munching away 😫. I felt so bad seeing, those little eyes so sad, when I took them out of his hands. He started trying to grab the crumbs off the floor. When I grabbed his hands he tried to push his face against the floor, to try and lick any crumbs. So I was on a mission, to find him a healthy biscuit. Having just come to Spain. I have struggled to find in the shops, handheld food like rice cakes or biscuits for him. In London and Norway, it was so easy to find great baby snacks. Everyone said go to Morrisons in Gibraltar, but I haven’t had the chance to go. I tried Iceland in Marbella. They had so many amazing British food, including a massive aisle for tea 😃. But the baby section, was literally a sad little one module.

So I decided to look into biscuits to bake for him. I managed to find loads made of just plain flour, butter and cheese. But I still wanted to find something more healthy. And then finally, after two days of googling. I found this amazing recipe. It’s so simple, quick and full off oats, apples and bananas. I have even made it with pear instead of apples. Not only that, you can go organic.

My little one can get the sweetness from the apple and bananas, flavours from the vanilla and cinnamon and crunch from the oats! Giving him an energy boost.

Such a win win… happy baby… happy mummy 😍

1 and 1/2 cups thin rolled oats
2 ripe bananas
1/4 cup of puréed apples
A sprinkle of cinnamon powder
1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract

1. Turn the oven onto 175 degrees Celsius. And line a tray with baking parchment.
2. In a food processor grind the oats to form a powder. Mix in the cinnamon. And then mix in the mashed banana, pureed apple and vanilla extract.


3. Make handheld biscuits, I make them into oblong shaped ones. You know how your little one prefers to hold onto food. Use the shape easiest for them to eat.

4. Pop them onto the tray and bake for 10 minutes. Turn them over and then bake for another 5-10 minutes till golden brown.

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