At Junior we love The Silver Spoon for Children, which was republished last year to celebrate its 10th Anniversary, so we are beyond excited that a new volume has been added to the set – The Silver Spoon: Recipes for Babies.
This is a wonderful collection of recipes that introduce the Italian way of eating to a much younger audience. With an emphasis on fresh ingredients, healthy eating and steps-free weaning, the recipes cover the period of a child’s food development from weaning at six months to the toddler years at age two. With 50 authentic Italian recipes, from nutritious purees to a child’s first carbonara (as shared here), couscous, risotto and pizza, each has been double-tested in a home kitchen and are accompanied by expert tips, making this the perfect manual for all parents.
More recipes: Why not try The Silver Spoon: Recipes for Babies – Baby’s first “risi e bisi” or risotto with peas?
What’s more, The Silver Spoon: Recipes for Babies, means easy to cook baby foods using the same ingredients often used to prepare the entire family’s meals – making mealtimes easier for all the family. One such recipe is this Italian classic for baby’s first creamy pasta Carbonara.
The Silver Spoon: Recipes for Babies (Illustration by Julia Hasting)