Baby Led Weaning Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

20th December 2016

Oh my gosh, these enchiladas are so yummy and smell absolutely divine. I am so happy to share this baby led weaning chicken enchiladas recipe with you because you are going to love the taste. It’s going to be messy for baby and maybe go a little lighter on the spice but it’s going to be so much fun. The chicken is lovely and moist and easily chewed and it’s going to give baby a taste explosion!




four images, first of chicken breast in a bowl, second after chicken has been pulled, third with the spices and tomato sauce and fourth with the chicken ready to be put in the enchiladas

Start by cooking four breasts of chicken wrapped in foil in the oven for thirty minutes.

Place the breasts in a bowl, then using two forks, pull apart the chicken until fully shredded.

Add a tin of Cirio Finely Chopped Tomatoes with garlic and onion to the bowl, along with, a tablespoon of cumin, paprika, cayenne and oregano. You can also add a tablespoon of Tabasco, depending on how well your baby does with spice.

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baby led weaning chicken enchilada on a plate ready to be rolled

Mix thoroughly then add a cup of grated cheddar cheese. Mix again.

Spoon a couple of tablespoons of the mixture onto garlic and herb wraps (any type of wrap will do but these are my favourite). Add a little more cheese to each wrap, then roll tightly and place into an oven dish. Repeat until all the wraps are full and the chicken has been used. I like to throw even more cheese on top, because I’m a cheese addict!

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baby led weaning chicken enchiladas topped with cheese and ready to go in the oven

Bake in the oven for 40 minutes at 120C. Leave to cool for at least twenty minutes before serving to baby. These enchiladas will be piping hot when they come out of the oven and need plenty of time to cool.




Let me know if you try this baby led weaning chicken enchiladas recipe and what you think.

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2 Comments

  • Carrie

    5th February 2018 at 12:00 pm

    I dialed down the seasonings and added corn. My 12 month old son, my husband, and I all enjoyed these tremendously for Friday night dinner!

  • mummytodex

    11th February 2018 at 11:44 am

    Ooh sounds delicious. Glad you all enjoyed!

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