This isn’t a new recipe. I didn’t adapt it at all. But I wanted to share it because it was really easy and is definitely baby-friendly. The things you may want to look out for are the packaged ham (could be too salty) and the egg/cream/flour/cheese (possible allergens).
NOTE: Don’t make fun of my paper bowl. I made this recipe a few weeks ago, when we were in the process of moving, and we had packed all our plates and bowls already!
I made some grain-free pancake bites a while back, and they were… fine! But I wanted to try making them better, or at least more portable. So I tweaked the recipe a little, and they are a little more cake-like now. They are no longer grain-free (unless you try using oat flour, but I didn’t do that). You know what… I really want to try using oat flour and also gluten-free flour. I’ll try that in the future! (For the record, I am writing this post WAY in advance, so by the time this is published, I may already be using oat or GF flour!)
Okay I goofed up when I made this the first time.
I’m not gonna lie to you guys.
This quiche that’s pictured is missing an ingredient. But I made it again! And it was way better the second time. So just follow THIS recipe and pretend the pictures are exactly correct. 😀
I made these today for the first time. So yummy! I found a recipe on Allrecipes.com, but I tweaked it so it didn’t have added sugar. You could easily make it dairy-free by swapping the milk with almond milk. Gluten free? I’ve never made anything with gluten-free flour, but I would assume you just swap the regular flour for the GF kind.
I made these pancakes several times this week and last week. There’s no added sugar (okay technically I add chocolate chips to my own, BUT the baby’s version doesn’t have added sugar). There is cocoa powder, which means there’s a tiny bit of caffeine. Read this post I wrote yesterday about caffeine!