Baby Budgeting Food Month – round up of posts

During food month on  my baby budgeting blog I have had some amazing posts. I just want to recap them here for those who may have missed any and want to dip back in.

We started off looking at Food and waste. We’ve had an upto date research based post on the Benefits to Families of Frozen Food  We have had a post on the value of  Reusable sandwich bags  We have had some fabulous Quirky low cost family recipes . We have looked at Baby led weaning and Encouraging early respect and curoisity in food.  A mum has shared her thought on breastfeeding and budgeting. We have even looked at foodie crafts with kids

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I looked at food whilst travelling and donned my apron to try some recipes for Annabel Karmels brand new pasta cook book We have some gorgeous recipes and pictures in an article on No bake cooking with kids and we have had some great tips in Cooking do’s and dont’s with children. I wrote a poem (?!) about my Allotment keeping attempts and regrets.

Naomi shared her tips on Supporting fussy eaters and I shared my best Thrifty supermarket shopping tips. Wendy shared some lovely recipes and brilliant ideas in her post Yummy mummy packed lunches and Becky shared her stupendous Budget birthday cupcakes


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Hopefully all these posts will help in some way to aiding your family in eating well healthily and on a  budget. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all my generous guest posters and to Plum and Organix for their amazing  foodie giveaways this month.

June will be all about holidays and summer activities with ikids…see yout then!

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2 Comments

  1. English Mum
    May 31, 2010 / 9:37 am

    What a great roundup and what a brilliant foodie month! Delighted to have had the opportunity to join in. Round of applause! xx

  2. Becky
    Author
    May 31, 2010 / 7:46 pm

    I’m glad you were part of it too x

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