New Complete Baby and Toddler Meal Planner

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Ebury, 2007 - Cooking - 206 pages
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Credited with starting a food revolution, the New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner has become the 2nd best-selling non-fiction hardback of all time. And now, this special enhanced edition of Annabel's global bestseller is filled with brand new recipes, updated favourites and timeless classics relied on by an entire generation.

From Annabel's famous chicken and apple balls, to her new superfood puree combos, each recipe is guaranteed to tempt even the fussiest of pallets. Coupled with essential advice, tips and meal planners, this is the No.1 guide for giving your baby the very best start. Plus, the 25th Anniversary Edition includes a handy pull-out weaning chart.

The New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner provides you with everything you need to enjoy this exciting milestone in your child's development. It also makes for the perfect gift for mums-to-be, and those about to start their weaning journey

Inside you'll find:

Over 200 quick, easy and nutritious recipes for weaning and beyond
Essential nutritional advice for babies and toddlers
Time-saving tips
Easy-to-follow meal planners to help you shop and plan ahead
Handy pull-out weaning chart

"Her recipes prove that babies and toddlers will eat their greens - and much more - if served up in imaginative ways"
Daily Telegraph

"A mother who does not have at least one of her books in her kitchen should waste no time putting that right"
The Sunday Times

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User Review  - marialondon - LibraryThing

I had this & used it a lot during my baby's first year (then it got destroyed by me accidentally dropping some water on it!) The recipes are good & inventive & healthy, a good resource for a first ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Annabel Karmel, a busy working mother of three, has written 20 bestselling books, including the New Complete Baby and Toddler Meal Planner. She is a celebrity chef on BBCi, the BBC website, has contributed to the Mothercare.com site, and has her own website, www.annabelkarmel.com. She also writes regularly for newspapers and magazines, including The Times, Mail and Sunday Mirror, as well as Practical Parenting and Mother and Baby, and appears frequently on radio and TV as the UK's expert on children's nutritional issues. Annabel's 'Make Your Own' range of equipment and foods, as well as her own 'Eat Fussy' chilled ready meals, are available in all major supermarkets.

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