I’m fully convinced that pizza, much like its ancestors chocolate and bacon, will one day go down in history as a food that molded human evolution. Perhaps that’s a bit dramatic, but the truth is—sometimes, we all need pizza. Even baby. This healthy, easy baby led weaning recipe comes on a lovely wholemeal wrap. It’s absolutely delicious, a wonderful way to ensure your littles are eating their veggies, and it makes a perfect after-school snack.
This baby led weaning recipe is super simple and only takes about 10 minutes to make! The main ingredients are Dunnes Stores Wholemeal Wraps and Dunnes Stores Mozzarella. Your preferred brands will also work just fine, but I personally love Dunnes Stores products because I know they are preservative, dye, and all-around junk free. If you can get your hands on them, they are worth keeping in the kitchen.
Sauce and toppings are easy-peasy—simply mix tomato puree with water and garlic. Spread it on a wrap, top with calcium-dense mozzarella and vitamin A and C-rich bell peppers for a festive snack, then pop them in the oven. After they’re done, all you have left to do is slice your pizza pie, and your little one will be in baby led weaning heaven!
This recipe is part of my Baby Food Series for Dunnes Stores. I have been so delighted to work with a client who truly believes in what I am trying to do here at Baby Led Feeding. We have so many amazing recipes coming your way over the next few months, along with lots of events, so keep your eyes peeled!
All of the ingredients in these 10 Minute Wholemeal Pizza Wraps are inexpensive and easily available. No crazy produce that you won’t know where to find, and it’s all available in-store.
If you want to see more Baby Led Feeding lunch ideas, you should check these out: Super Dooper Sweat Pea Falafels and Hummus , Easy Peasy Baby Frittatas , Hasselback Baby Potatoes with Basil and Spinach, Pumpkin Seed Pesto .
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