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  • Published: 16 December 2020
  • ISBN: 9780241507544
  • Imprint: DK Life
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $24.00

What Mummy Makes Family Meal Planner

Includes 28 brand new recipes



Includes 28 simple recipes for weaning your baby - all suitable from 6 months old - with the foods you and your family love to eat, too!

FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF WHAT MUMMY MAKES: COOK JUST ONCE FOR YOU AND YOUR BABY

Let Rebecca Wilson, the mum behind @whatmummymakes, show you how to cook a week's worth of simple, healthy and tasty meals to wean your baby from 6 months while feeding the rest of the family, too.

Rebecca's recipes are fresh, accessible, nutritious and made with the whole family in mind; you can cook just one meal for everyone, adults and children alike. Now, with this family meal planner, Rebecca aims to help mealtimes become even easier and take the stress out of feeding your family.

There are 28 healthy recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as snacks and puds, plus space to record your baby's first 100 foods, the whole family's names and favourite meals. The book also includes sections that make organising shopping lists stress free.

Follow the What Mummy Makes method and you'll find weaning can be a delicious breeze for the whole family.

  • Published: 16 December 2020
  • ISBN: 9780241507544
  • Imprint: DK Life
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $24.00

About the author

Rebecca Wilson

Rebecca Wilson is a mum, trained peer-to-peer breastfeeding coach and has harnessed huge attention in just a matter of months by sharing her simple, honest and first-hand advice about weaning her own daughter, Nina.

Rebecca's mission is to show parents and carers that weaning is simple, fun and even exciting. Her philosophy is to get parents to sit down and eat as a family. This not only saves time for parents not needing to cook multiple meals, but it greatly helps babies and children gain healthy eating habits by having a family meal time.Babies learn how to eat so much quicker by watching the people around them, and fussiness in older children is also proven to be reduced from having a positive eating role model.

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