Is it teething time for your little one?
 
To make these yummy weaning ice-pops you have two options: If you have your own Ice-pop moulds, use ‘em! If not, grab an ice-cube tray and give it a good clean. Have some lolly-pop sticks ready, and place these into your fillings. Cover the tray with clingfilm before you pop it in the freezer!
 
Go Green!
 
Peel and chop a green apple. Add half a banana and some avocado. If you feel like it, throw in a few spinach leaves for the healthiest snack yet! Add some water as needed and blitz these yummy greens in the blender. Pour the smoothie-like substance into your ice-cube tray or Ice-pop moulds.
 
 
Fruit and Veg Blend!
 
Using the softest ingredients possible, mash or blend a banana and some mango. Add a carrot- you may want to cook it first depending on what stage your little weanling is at!
 
 
Monkey Mischief!
 
For this one, you must be sure your little one doesn't have a nut-allergy. Blend some smooth Peanut Butter to a mashed banana together and fill your tray with some monkey madness mixture!
 
Yoghurt and Fruit
 
Chop or blend some juicy strawberries finely. Pour some natural yoghurt into your ice-cube tray/ moulds- less than half the way. Pop the strawberry goo on top. Pour some more yoghurt to fill the moulds and freeze. Gorgeous- a yoghurt treat with some surprise fruit inside!
 
 
Tired?  Work with what’s available!
 
There is no shame in grabbing a store-bought baby yoghurt and freezing it! You can also mash a banana and fill your tray/moulds- EASY PEASY!
 
Good luck weaning mums and dads!
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With her daughter Evie as her muse, Anna writes about mumhood and all its intersections from mental health to movies, social issues to pop culture. Anna lives in Dublin with her daughter, partner, three younger sisters and parents. She is a dreadful cook, a fair guitar player and thinks caffeine should be given as a yearly vaccine to parents - courtesy of the HSE.

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