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My Sugar Free Baby and Me - Over 80 Delicious Easy Recipes for You and Your Baby to Share - cover

My Sugar Free Baby and Me - Over 80 Delicious Easy Recipes for You and Your Baby to Share

Sarah Schenker

Publisher: Green Tree

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Summary

Many new parents find weaning daunting and confusing and are keen to make sure their baby eats healthily. But they often forget to look after themselves, and can end up grabbing unhealthy calories on the go. But by sharing ingredients like avocado or butternut squash, it means both you and your baby can eat well, there is less waste and it takes less time. The recipes in this book are very simple, quick to prepare and above all, nutritious and delicious.  
 
Find out everything you need to know to create healthy, sugar free meals – it's much easier than you think.

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