Vegan sweet Potato Pancakes with peanut butter yogurt!


I’ve made sweet potato pancakes several times but I have finally perfected my recipe!

These are SO yummy, moist and fluffy. The small ones don’t come out as fluffy because of the size but the large version (mama’s version) are!

This recipe makes 6 large pancakes or 12 small ones.

1/2 all purpose flour (I used @bobsredmill gluten free)
1/2 tablespoon baking powder
Pinch of sea salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
3/4 cups non dairy milk (I used oat milk from @pacificfoods )
1/2 cup mashed cooked sweet potato (about 1 small one) I steamed and puree using my @beaba_usa
Coconut oil to cook


Because these are super sweet by nature I did not add any coconut nectar, instead I just mixed 1/4 plain full fat yogurt with 2 tablespoons of creamy peanut butter (this have been a favorite of Abril for a while now)

Added some raspberries (her ultimate favorite fruit for the past 2 months) and sprinkled some hemp seeds on top.

Whisk together flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and ginger. In a separate bowl whisk together non dairy milk and sweet potato puree. Combine dry and wet mixture and whisk. Be careful to not over mix!!

Lightly oil a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Pour the batter into the skillet (for Abril’s pancakes I used 2 tablespoons and for mine 1/4 cup). The small ones while take about 1 minute to cook on each side (wait until you start seeing tiny bubbles). The large ones will take about 3 minutes. Flip and let cook on the other side until lightly browned and cooked through. Repeat with remaining batter, adding more oil to the skillet as needed. If the batter becomes too thick, add a little more nondairy milk, 1 tablespoon at a time.

Hope you guys try it and love it as much as we do!





Mini tuna and pea quiches


Ok, so these were not the prettiest but they were super delicious and super easy to make!

It was Abril’s second time eating tuna and she really liked it. I love how her palate is evolving, she used to go more for sweet, softer foods and now more and more she is enjoying savory meals, spices and textures.

I served them with some sweet potato puree and two slices of cucumber

  • 1/2 can albacore tuna (in water, drained)
  • ½ cup of frozen peas
  •  cup cheddar cheese
  • 2 eggs (only one pictured here but I used two)
  • 1/2 cup milk (I used @ripplefood pea milk)
  • 1 tbs nutritional yeast
  • Black pepper
  • Thyme
  • Optional: 1 tbs white flour
  1. Preheat oven to 350f
  2. Beat the eggs with a fork
  3. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl (You can choose to blend everything if your baby is younger or you just don’t feel comfortable giving them chunky foods)
  4. Grease a muffin tray and spoon the mixture evenly into each space (I always use this tiny silicone molds)
  5. Place in the oven and bake for about 20 mins or until golden (I always stick a knife inside to check if the eggs are not runny)
  6. Take out of the oven and LET IT COOL COMPLETELY before serving
  7. I made two quiches last night and saved the rest on an air tight container in the fridge for today’s lunch

Mini quiche de tuna y guisantes

No fueron los mas bonitos jeje pero salieron riquísimos y son super fáciles de hacer!

Era la segunda vez que Abril comía tuna y le encantó. Me encanta como su paladar está evolucionado, antes se inclinaba mas por lo dulce y ahora cada vez mas disfruta mas las comidas saladas, la especies y las texturas.

  • 1/2 lata de atún blanco (en agua)
  • ½ taza de guisantes congelados
  •  taza de queso cheddar
  • 2 huevos (en la foto solo aparece uno pero terminé utilizando dos)
  • 1/2 taza de leche (usé @ripplefood leche de guisantes)
  • 1 tbs levadura nutricional
  • Pimienta negra
  • Tomillo
  • Opcional: 1 cucharada harina blanca
  1. Calienta el horno a 350 grados
  2. Bate los huevos con un tenedor
  3. Mezcla todos los ingredientes en un bowl (Si tu bebe es mas pequeño o no te sientes tranquila dandole pedazos grandes de comida pues elegir batirlo todo en una licuadora)
  4. Engrasa una bandeja de muffins y pon la mezcla utilizando una cuchara uniformemente en cada molde (Yo usé unos moldes de silicona pequeños)
  5. Entra la bandeja al horno por 20 minutos o hasta que comienzen a ponerse dorados (Yo siempre les entro un cuchillo para asegurarme que el huevo no está crudo, de la misma forma que chequeamos los bizcochos!)
  6. Saca la bandeja y asegúrate que esten COMPLETAMENTE FRIOS antes de servirlo!
  7. Hice dos anoche y guarde el resto en un recipiente hermético en la nevera, para su comida de hoy





Banana french toast BLW 🍌

Abril has almost 10 months already, so crazy!

She loves food so much, we still haven’t found something she doesn’t like! But for the past 2 weeks she has been playing a lot with her food and not really eating a lot of solids. It hurts me to throw away food, what she doesn’t eat for breakfast I offer for lunch, and what she doesn’t eat for lunch I offer for dinner. So, this morning I decided to only give her 3 pieces of toast and ended up having to make 2 more! Every time I make something and she devours it I jump of happiness!

1 Banana (the picture only shows half, but I ended up using the whole banana)
1 oz Milk (I used breast milk, you can use formula, almond, coconut, etc)
1 egg
Cinnamon and vanilla to taste
1 tbs @yumbutter sunflower butter

  1. Mash the banana and mix with the egg, milk, cinnamon and vainilla
  2. I didn’t want any chunks of banana to burn so I blend the mixture on my Beab (you can use any regular blender)
  3. Cut the bread finger size  (I used an english muffin because that is all I had, next time I will use whole wheat loaf)
  4. Soak the bread in the banana mixture for 30 seconds on each side
  5. Melt a little coconut oil (or butter) on a frying pan
  6. Fry the bread slices 1 or 2 minutes on each side, or until golden
  7. Spread a little nut butter on top (I used sunflower, with peanut butter must be delicious too)
  8. Let the babies eat!!!!

I also gave her 3 peach slices, but I waited after she was done with the french toast. I noticed that she gets overwhelmed when she sees too much food and ends up playing with everything

Let me know what your kiddos think of these if you try them!


Tostadas Francesas de guineo 🍌

Mi pequeña tiene casi 10 meses ya, no puedo creerlo!

Ella ama la comida, todavía no le hemos dado algo que no le haya gustado! Pero las últimas dos semanas se las ha pasado jugando mucho con la comida y realmente no está comiendo tantos sólidos como antes.  Me da mucha pena tirar comida a la basura, lo que ella no se come en el desayuno se lo ofrezco en la comida, y lo que no se come en la comida se lo ofrezco de cena. Por lo que esta mañana decidí solo hacerle 3 pedacitos de tostada y se los comió tan rápido y con tanto gusto que tuve que hacerle 2 mas. Ya se imaginaran que bien me hace sentir cuando le hago algo que le gusta tanto!

1 guineo (la foto solo muestra la mitad pero terminé usando el guineo completo)
1 oz de leche (usé leche materna, pero pueden usar formula o el tipo que deseen)
1 huevo
Canela y vainilla al gusto
Una cucharada de mantequilla de girasol

  1. Haz un puré con el guineo y mézclalo con el huevo, la lecha, canela y vainilla
  2. Lo batí en mi procesador de comida para que me quedara bien liquido y no hubieran pedacitos que pudieran quemarse (pueden usar una licuadora cualquiera)
  3. Corta el pan en pedazos en tamaño de un dedo (cualquier tipo de pan funciona)
  4. Remoja el pan en la mezcla de guineo por 30 segundos de cada lado
  5. Pon a derretir un poquito de aceite de coco o mantequilla en una sartén
  6. Fríe las tostadas por 1 o 2 minutos de cada lado, ó hasta que estén doraditas
  7. Unta la mantequilla de nueces por encima (yo usé de semillas de girasol, con la de maní debe de estar super rico también)
  8. A comer se ha dicho!

También le serví 3 pedazos de melocotón, pero se los di después que terminó con las tostadas. Me he dado cuenta que cuando ve mucha comida en la bandeja se abruma y termina jugando con todo

Si deciden hacerlas, déjenme saber que les parecen a sus peques!

Con amor,


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