I admit that it looks like I’ve photographed a bowl of potpourri -my photography / food presentation skills are a work in progress! The only thing I can say is that these vegetable crisps are so delicious that they were wolfed down before I got the chance to do another photo shoot. To be honest, bub only had them as a snack twice – Mummy and Daddy ate the rest over a glass of wine and a few games of Boggle (ooh it’s an exciting life we lead!).
What do you do when life gives you a massive lemon? Turn it into scrummy yummy muffins, of course!
So, this is my second post where I take to the kitchen and experiment with the aim of providing ‘healthy snacks’ for bub.
So, we were off to Australia…yay! But that involved a 22 hour flight …boo! As if that wasn’t tiring in itself, we would be flying with a noisy and incredibly nosy 9 month old. How were we going to survive?!
I won’t lie, it was a sleep depriving and energy sapping experience – bub only had an unsettled 2 hour snooze for the duration of the flight. A recent trip to the Coral Coast left us with the flight blues, as we got a taster of what it will be like returning to the UK in September with a toddling bub. I’m hoping these tips will help me on that journey as well as aid you on your travels!
My 13 month old has a great appetite and I am always looking for new ideas for snack time. Like many, I am keen to make bub’s food from scratch so I know exactly what he is eating and can keep salt and sugar intake to a minimum. It can, however, be a struggle and I often find myself reaching for a pouch or rice cakes just because they are so convenient, especially as we spend a lot of time out and about. It is hard to prepare and keep food fresh in hot weather and it is even harder when we are travelling!