Baby Led Weaning Raspberry Muffins
Felix is on his second week of baby led weaning and to say it’s been a struggle so far is an understatement. Most of the food I offer is rejected so it’s important I give him food that the rest of us can enjoy so the waste is eliminated. That’s why I decided this morning to bake some easy baby led weaning raspberry muffins which the whole family could enjoy for breakfast, with the remainder being left over for a snack.
These baby led weaning raspberry muffins are so simple and took about five minutes of preparation (with a little assistance from my very helpful toddler) and were baked in a preheated oven within 20 minutes. The recipe doesn’t involve any added sugar, with the raspberries providing more than enough sweetness, and each muffin is less than 120 calories, if you care about that sort of thing.
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Felix actually had a good go of these, which was surprising considering how much he’s struggled the past couple of weeks. I remember Dex devouring three savoury cheese muffins I made on his second or third week of weaning. Isn’t it crazy how different every baby is!
I sliced each muffin into three strips and left them on his tray to munch. They’re super soft and break up easily and the frozen raspberries seep through the muffin creating a lovely tangy taste. Meanwhile my toddler, Dexter devoured two, without stopping for breath!
You can store these muffins in an airtight container for up to five days. I doubt you will need to keep than any longer than that as our batch was done within an hour of them being cooked! If you want to make double the quantity, simply double the recipe, although one egg should still suffice for 12 muffins.
Let me know what you think of these baby led weaning raspberry muffins and if you give them a go!