Authentic Everyday Recipes for Smart Children: A Collection of Must-Have Nigerian Recipes for Children Aged 6 Months to 6 Years (Paperback)
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Every child finds colourful, well cooked and delicious food irresistible. This book reveals how to make the very best. From traditional Nigerian cereals and purees to fun-finger foods, processed fruits-mixes/juices and soups. In this book, you will find stunning recipes suitable for infants and toddlers, from the ages, 6 months to 6 years. This compilation of more than 40 recipes is an essential mother's reference guide to introducing complementary foods to her young one. The choice of what to cook, the quantity and the time to cook is made easy with recipes grouped by types: purees and cereals, finger foods recipes, main meals, juices and smoothies and snacks. Basic ingredients are provided for every recipe, along with cook's tips and variations to encourage experimentation and improve basic skills. Jayne Whyte's Authentic Everyday Recipes for Smart children contains more than 40 recipes, inspiring photographs and clear step-by-step instructions to ensure perfect results every time. There is no doubt that this book will further help in the preservation and promotion of the Nigerian food culture and ultimately raise a generation of healthier and smarter children.
About the Author
Jayne Whyte is a Development Specialist, a Certified Infant and Young Child Feeding Counsellor, Blogger, Entrepreneur and the campaign team lead for NutriSmart(TM). NutriSmart(TM) focuses on addressing poor nutrition outcomes in Africa by empowering mothers and caregivers to provide nutritious foods for their family, identify foods with high nutrient value, educate and communicate local nutritious foods so that mothers and caregivers can make informed choices. Jayne Whyte is a strong advocate of maternal, adolescent and child health, and nutrition. She works with the Scaling Up Nutrition Network in Nigeria to reduce malnutrition in Northern Nigeria. For her outstanding work and service, she has received various awards and recognition at national and state levels. She dreams of a gender inequality and malnutrition free world. When she is not writing, she loves to travel, blog and spend time with friends. Follow her on Twitter @jaynewhyte and also on Instagram as @jaynewhyte.