tingling tastes (engaging the senses)

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Adding exciting ingredients like a pinch of herbs or spices are great for getting tiny taste buds tingling!

Our research has shown us that little ones who experience veggies and fruit using all their senses are more likely to eat + try those foods when mealtimes come around. Remember, it can take up to 8 tiny tries before your baby learns to accept a new food…so keep trying!

We’ve come up with lots of ideas, tips + sensorial games that you can try together. Let’s play!

Adding exciting ingredients like a pinch of herbs or spices are great for getting tiny taste buds tingling!

Let your little one poke out their tongue + try some citrus fruits like orange, lemon or lime to reeeally tingle those taste buds + see the fun faces they make!

Why not add a twist of adventure to your little one's meals to reeeally thrill their tiny taste buds! Sprinkle different herbs + spices into their favourite dishes to surprise them and really get their little mouths excited! Take a peek at these scrummy recipes:

Minty pea + avocado dip

Butternut squash + tarrogan fingers

Carrot + ginger puree

Oats banana + spice puree

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Claire Baseley

Infant nutritionist / Makes Ella's Good

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