These brownies are really different! Firstly, they use no flour and in replacement use black beans (you can also use aduki beans too). This makes them high in protein and also iron (which little ones need lot’s of). They are slow release and are also really low in sugar. In 30 portions there is less than 1/2 a teaspoon of a non-refined sugar.
The frosting is super delicious and I have been making it lot’s over the past few months and spreading over cupcakes and it works great too over slices of banana! The secret ingredient is avocado and it makes it so creamy and delicious. I’ve used avocado in chocolate mousse for years and it really adds so much goodness into your little ones diet.
About Aileen Cox Blundell:
I started Baby Led Feeding because I wanted to share my love of healthy food with other parents. Getting children to eat vegetables can be a really big challenge and the recipes I share are there to make the challenge that little bit easier. All of my recipes are suitable for baby led weaning, which means that from 6 months you can give them to your baby, and if that doesn’t appeal to you or makes you worried, I am always here to help you on your feeding journey. It should be easy, fun and most importantly tasty for the entire family. We encourage cooking one meal for your baby that is family friendly so it changes everything! If you have any questions just get in touch. I love talking to other Mums and it keeps me sane so email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more about Baby Led Feeding here.