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Michela’s banana & kale (no cook)

Michela’s banana & kale (no cook)

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Michela’s banana & kale (no cook)

Wonderful weaning recipes your little one will love

Wonderful weaning recipes your little one will love

Makes 200g

DifficultyNot too tricky


  • 1 handful of fresh kale , or frozen kale powder (see below)
  • ½ a ripe banana
  • 100 ml light coconut milk


  1. If using fresh, tear the kale into a blender (use a hand-held stick blender, if you prefer) and blitz to a fine powder. Peel and add the banana to the blender, or add both the kale and banana to a bowl. Pour in the coconut milk, then either blend to a purée, pulse, mash and/or finely chop depending on the stage your little one is at (for more information on stages of complementary feeding, click here). If it’s a bit too thick, add a little water to loosen, then serve.
  2. Tricks & tips:Make up big batches of blitzed kale powder and keep it in the freezer for adding to other meals.

Watch the video: How to Cook Kale. Garlic Kale Recipe. Hilah Cooking


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