Looking for an incredibly delicious way to use courgettes for baby led weaning? Look no further than these baby led weaning courgette bites. The perfect finger food idea for babies 6 months+ who are baby led weaning or are ready for finger foods.
Baby led weaning courgette
Courgettes (or zucchini as they’re known in the US) are an important food to offer to your baby. Rich in potassium, Vitamin A and Vitamin D, courgettes are healthy, tasty and super versatile when it comes to using them in your home cooked meals.
Courgettes soak up the flavour of the herbs and spices you use alongside them and make a welcome addition to so many different meal ideas.
We always try to have a courgette or two in the fridge as it’s super easy to grate, spiralise or cut into chunks and throw into soups, bologneses, casseroles and numerous pasta dishes.
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When you’re weaning babies, it’s super useful to cook burgers, bites and fritters so you can have a freezer stash at the ready. It’s also a simple way of introducing finger foods to your baby. For the first six months of Felix’s weaning life, he tended to snack on bites, burgers, fingers and fritters as it was such an easy way of combining nutritious food in a way he could easily handle and eat it.
These courgette bites are no different. Easy for baby to hold, absolutely delicious and of course, they can be batch prepared and stored in the fridge/freezer.
Egg free baby led weaning courgette bites
This recipe uses egg to bind the ingredients together, but I know many of my readers have babies with egg allergies.
You can create a ‘flaxegg’ by mixing 1 tbsp of flaxseed with 3 tbsp of water and leaving in the fridge for a few minutes to develop an egg like consistency.
I have tried to create a flaxegg in the past (and seen great success) although I have not tried it with this particular recipe.
Let us know what you think of these baby led weaning courgette bites and if you give them a go, tell us in the comments below.