Have you guessed yet that eggy bread is one of our favourite baby led weaning breakfast foods – alongside pancakes of course! We created spinach pancakes in a variety of different ways, then thought – why not try spinach eggy bread? It could have been a disaster, but thankfully it worked really well!
Eggy bread is super popular amongst Mums because of the lack of mess it involves compared to offering scrambled eggs on toast or an omelette thanks to the eggs adhering to the bread when you cook it. Baby led weaning is of course a messy business, but we keep the mess at bay with a BiBaDO coverall bib, a plastic catch-all bib and by using the Ikea Antilop highchair which has a large tray.
More baby French toast / eggy bread for babies recipes:
- Eggy bread for babies
- Banana baby french toast
- Beetroot eggy bread for babies
- Cheesy eggy bread
- Blueberry eggy bread baby led weaning recipe
Eggs are fine to offer to babies from six months+ as long as there are no known allergies in your family, but of course, the first time you offer them, make sure you look out for any reactions and contact your pediatrician or GP if you have any concerns.
Spinach is one of those ingredients I love throwing in as many of baby’s meals as possible. Not only is it packed full of nutrients including iron and vitamin C, but it’s also super quick to cook – I usually throw boiling water of it in a colander or cook it in a pan – whilst also having the versatility of being able to be eaten raw.
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More spinach recipes for babies:
- Spinach Fritters
- Banana and Spinach Pancakes
- Sweet Potato and Spinach Burgers
- Baby Led Weaning Recipe: Spinach Balls
- Baby Led Weaning Spinach Pancakes
- Recipe: Creamy Chicken, Leek & Spinach Puff Pastry Pies
- 1 egg
- 40-50 grams spinach
- splash whole milk
- 2 slices bread
- 1 tbsp butter
- Use a blender to puree the spinach using a splash of milk. Add the puree to a bowl along with an egg and whisk thoroughly until frothy.
- Soak the slices of bread into the spinach and egg mixture, one slice at a time. Meanwhile heat the butter in a frying pan on medium heat.
- Add the bread and cook on each side for a couple of minutes. Remove from the heat, slice into three fingers and allow to cool fully before serving to baby.
Author: Nicola Hughes
Nicola has weaned both of her boys using the baby led weaning method. She loves nothing better than creating simple recipes that anyone can recreate, using as few ingredients as possible. All of her recipes have been tried and tested by both Dexter and Felix and have their seal of approval!