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20 Easy Baby Meals (Quick, Nutritious, Yummy)

Find yummy and nutritious food inspiration for every meal of the day with these easy baby meals. With ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack, you can use these ideas to feed just your little one, or to make family meals they can enjoy too.

Baby Meals

Coming up with ideas for what to feed babies can be challenging, especially as they are learning to chew and still relying on formula or breastmilk. Or for when they are super hungry and it seems like we can’t feed them enough. Or when they struggle with new foods. This phase can for sure be a challenge!

To help, these meal ideas can work for any time of the day and are mostly geared towards babies aged 9-12 months who may have more of an appetite for full meals. They can be eaten with fingers as Stage 3 baby food and diced up as needed into small bites.

These kids meals can be shared with the rest of the family and are actually perfect for one year olds too.

I try to remember that baby (and toddler) appetites can vary and be unpredictable, so please know that it’s normal for them to eat a lot one day or at one meal and not a lot at the next. Follow their lead and try to enjoy the process of sharing meals.

Baby Food Resources

If you’re just getting started with baby food, here are a few links that may help:

  • Ultimate Guide to Baby Led Weaning
  • Favorite Early Finger Foods
  • Sample Baby Feeding Schedules
  • Easy Homemade Baby Food
  • Master List of Baby Food Recipes
  • Baby Food Stages 101

And now, 20 recipes to help you feed baby with little work and lots of deliciousness at the table!

Baby Muffins

Moist, tender muffins are a perfect food for baby for any meal of the day—and this recipe is loaded with three kinds of produce for flavor and nutrition. Pair with a fruit for an easy meal.

ABC Baby Muffins (Apple, Banana and Carrot!)

These are deliberately very moist (and moister than regular muffins) to ensure they are easy for baby to chew and swallow, so expect that from the interior. If you’d like to make them sweeter for older kiddos, add ¼ cup sugar to the batter.

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60-Second Scrambled Eggs

Fluffy scrambled eggs are rich in healthy fats and protein and are an easy to eat early finger food. And this is a method that takes less than a minute.

How to Make Eggs in the Microwave

You can season the cooked egg with a little salt, butter or cheese if you’d like, but it’s very good as is. See the Note about the heat setting when cooking in a microwave.

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Quinoa Pudding

A subtle vanilla flavor gives this creamy pudding a lovely taste, which when paired with the vegetarian protein and fiber, make this a delicious breakfast or snack for baby.

Easy Quinoa Pudding (for Breakfast or Dessert)

You can serve this warm like oatmeal or cold like rice pudding.  

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Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Blend up 3 ingredients to make protein-packed pancakes that are easy for baby to pick up and self-feed. Plus, they store well!

Quick Cottage Cheese Pancakes

These 4 ingredient pancakes are packed with nutrients and are so yummy. Double the ingredients to make a larger batch to feed a family of four as this recipe is on the smaller side.

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Applesauce Overnight Oats

With just a few pantry staples, you can stir together a satisfying overnight oats recipe that’s a balanced mix of nutrition…with yummy flavor! Serve it with a spoon or in a reusable pouch.

Easy Overnight Oats with Applesauce

You can easily double (or triple!) the recipe to make more servings. It uses a 1 to 1 ratio of yogurt to applesauce so you can easily scale it up. Mix these up the night before you plan to serve them.

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2-Ingredient Pancakes

With four flavor options, these tender pancakes are a power packed meal for baby. Bonus: They are soft enough to work for baby led weaning or as a finger food.

The Best 2-Ingredient Pancakes (Baby and Toddler Approved)

This recipe makes one small batch of super tender 2-Ingredient Pancakes. It usually makes 1-2 little-kid-size servings. To make more, simply double the recipe. These are delicate pancakes with a texture that's sort of custardy like French toast, so be gentle when flipping them. See the NOTES at the bottom for the flavor variations.

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Make-Ahead Egg and Cheese Mini Muffins

With options to add carrots, broccoli, squash, or more, these egg bites are easy for baby to eat and can be served warm or at room temperature. (So they’re great to pack for daycare!)

Make-Ahead Egg and Cheese Mini Muffins

These soft breakfast egg cups are packed with protein and vitamins—and can be made ahead of time! Add any veggie you like, whether carrots, butternut squash, broccoli, or spinach.

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Vanilla Whole Wheat Waffles

With cottage cheese in the mix for protein and calcium, these mini waffles are a perfect consistency for babies in the 9-12 month range. Dice them or serve them whole baby-led weaning style.

Vanilla Whole-Wheat Waffles

You can make these mini or full size. (Making them mini for sure takes longer so do what works best for you!). Adapted from First Bites

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Banana Bread Oatmeal

Put those too-ripe bananas to good use in this delicious (and easy) oatmeal recipe for kids. It’s delicious for babies eating solids and can be served with nondairy milk.

Banana Bread Oatmeal (to Share with the Kids)

When you use a really ripe (or over ripe) banana in this recipe, it tastes so much like banana bread—but is much faster! See the options for which toppings make this even more delish.

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Veggie Grilled Cheese

Whether diced up small or served in strips, this little sandwich has veggie puree right in the mix. It’s soft and flavorful.

Veggie Grilled Cheese Sandwich (to Share with the Kids)

With just 4 ingredients, including a veggie that blends right in, this Veggie Grilled Cheese Sandwich is a yummy kids lunch to share. It packs extra nutrition in the filling, yet only takes a few minutes to make. Such a great easy meal!

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Chicken Sweet Potato Meatballs

Combine 4 simple ingredients to make baked chicken meatballs with a veggie tucked right inside! These pair well with marinara, pesto or cheese sauce, are super moist, and are perfect to make ahead. Dice or mash them for easy eating.

Baked Chicken Meatballs with Sweet Potato

Plan to cook your sweet potato ahead of time. See the Notes at the end of the recipe for options!

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Extra-Veggie Baby Pasta

With a flavorful blend of tomatoes and sweet potato or squash, plus beans for iron, this tomato sauce is both delicious and easy to make.

Extra-Veggie Baby Pasta (with Iron)

Adding beans and extra veggies helps make this easy baby pasta satisfying, nutritious, and yummy. Serve it more or less saucy as you like. (You can even freeze the sauce for easy future meals.)

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Baby Food Combinations

Learn how to mix and match baby food for endless easy meal options. These are great baby meal ideas for 7 month old babies and up.

Baby Food Combinations (50 Easy Stage 2 Recipes)

For a 6 month old baby, 1-2 tablespoons baby food may be plenty for a single serving. For a 9 month old baby, they might want ¼ cup or more. Adjust the servings based on your child’s hunger, using a roughly one to one ratio of the purees in each combination. Nutrition will vary according to the combinations you use.

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Cauliflower Cheesy Rice

With cauliflower cooked right in the rice, this is a delicious vegetarian main or meal component. This works for a baby dinner or lunch from the age of about 8-9 months. (Or earlier if you’re doing baby led weaning.)

Easy Cheesy Rice (with Veggies!)

Choose one veggie to add from the flavor options below according to what you have on hand or what your family likes best.

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Roasted Sweet Potato Hash

Bake up this sheet pan meal to share with baby. Cut the pieces as small as you need for easy finger foods.

Roasted Sweet Potato Hash

Try this easy breakfast-for-dinner idea the next time you need a super easy and nutritious family dinner.

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Instant Pot Butter Chicken

Throw the ingredients into the Instant Pot and have the most tender and flavorful chicken to share ready to go. This was one of our favorite family meals to share when my youngest was 9 months old and up.

Easy Instant Pot Butter Chicken

Forget takeout—deliver this popular Indian dish to your table instead. Shredded chicken thighs are coated in a rich, buttery sauce with hints of tomatoes, ginger, and garam masala—a messy but very flavorful finger food. Adapted from The Multi-Cooker Baby Food Cookbook.

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Italian Lentils and Rice

Filled with Italian flavor and relying on an easy cooking method, this is a dinner to share. (Cut the melon smaller and the cucumbers into matchsticks or skip them as needed for babies.)

Italian Lentils with Rice

We like this with rice, but you can also serve this with pasta if you prefer.

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Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese

Use up some leftover baby food in this easy stovetop mac and cheese recipe.

Easy Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese

I like to use a small shape to keep this dish as fast as possible.

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Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

With an easy method that blends the squash right into the cheese sauce, this is a delicious way to incorporate veggies into a baby meal.

5-Ingredient Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

Use your family’s favorite shape and type of pasta in this recipe. (We like elbows or mini shells!)

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Alphabet Soup

This soup has an easy method and finger-food size pieces that are perfect for baby. This is a favorite baby meal for a 10 month old or 12 month old since the pieces are a great size for little fingers.

Favorite Alphabet Soup

You can use ABC pasta, orzo, pastina, or ditalini—or any other very small pasta shape in this Alphabet Soup recipe. And you can start with fresh or frozen veggies. See below for options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What can I make for dinner for my baby?

Soft chicken, mashed meatballs, pasta, soft fully cooked rice, scrambled eggs, soft veggies, soups of all kinds, there are so many options for dinners for babies. I hope this list gives you some too.

Can a 1 year old eat family meals?

Yes, absolutely. You’ll just want to try to make sure the family meals are easy for baby to eat—which usually means soft and easy to chew—and cut into appropriate sized pieces.

What can I give my 1 year old for lunch?

Any of the foods in this list can be served for lunch. Or you can look at this post with more lunch ideas for one year olds.

Should a 6 month old eat three meals a day?

Generally speaking, that likely won’t happen and it doesn’t need to happen since their main source of nutrients at that age will continue to be breastmilk and/or formula. And fitting in three meals plus everything else to care for them is a lot. Most families start solids at one meal and then gradually increase. You can see a sample baby feeding schedule for more info.

Best Tips for Baby Meals

  • Follow baby’s hunger cues and end the meal when they show signs of being done such as turning away, dropping food, or signing that they’re done.
  • Remember that there’s no one right portion size and kids may eat a lot or a little—and it may be hard to predict.
  • Aim for a variety of foods (and flavors and textures) over the course of the week, but don’t worry too much about tracking individual nutrients or foods as that may just increase your own stress.
  • Sit down and share meals with the kids as you can as modeling eating and letting them watch what and how you eat can have a big impact on how they learn.
  • Review basics on lessening choking risks here.
  • Find tips on baby food storage here.
  • Find tips on weaning here if that is helpful for you.

I’d love to hear your feedback on this post, so please comment below to share!

Extra-Veggie Baby Pasta (With Veggies and Iron)

byAmy Palanjian


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Serve up a filling, yummy baby meal with this easy Baby Pasta. It includes a tomato based sauce with extra veggies and beans blended in for an iron-rich meal perfect for lunch or dinner. Plus: The sauce freezes so well so you can have a stash of future meals ready and waiting!

Baby Pasta

When my oldest was a baby, there was a period that I remember so well when she was hungry. And while she was still learning to eat, I found that an easy pasta recipe with a hearty veggie-based sauce was an easy way to help her fill up before bedtime.

This recipe is one that I served to her (and my other two kids) when they were babies and one year olds, but that has stayed in rotation since them. I love it because it’s versatile, it’s filling from the pasta and beans, and it has iron (even though it’s vegetarian).

It’s also easy to adjust for a baby who eats from a spoon or a baby eating with their fingers and for the type of pasta you plan to serve it with.

This can be served as an easy lunch or dinner— and can be made ahead and warmed up to serve.

So many options to fit your lifestyle and preferences!

Ingredients You Need

To make this recipe you’ll need just a few ingredients including:

  • Pasta: I prefer a smaller shape such as stars, pastina, ABC pasta, or ditalini as they are often easier for baby to eat.
  • Crushed tomatoes with basil: This can be purchased in a can or a jar near other crushed tomatoes.
  • White beans: Drain and rinse your canned beans for the best flavor and texture.
  • Sweet potato, butternut squash, or pumpkin puree: I prefer sweet potato most.
  • Italian seasoning
  • Olive Oil
  • Parmesan cheese, optional

TIP: I like to use a small pasta shape here so that it’s easy to eat off of a spoon or for baby to pick up and eat.

Ingredient Substitutions

  • Gluten-free: Use a favorite gluten-free pasta.
  • Dairy-free: Omit the Parmesan. Some people like to use nutritional yeast in place of Parmesan to add flavor.
  • You can use marinara sauce in place of the crushed tomatoes with basil—this will have more flavor and older kids and parents may prefer it this way. It will have more sodium, but you can decide if in the mix of the rest of the food you make whether that is something to worry about. (I do not overly worry about sodium.)
  • Sweet potato puree and butternut squash puree have a slightly sweet flavor, so they are a great option here. You can also use pumpkin puree.
  • If you don’t have one of the veggie purees, you can also skip it and just plan to add the beans.

Step-by-Step Instructions

Here’s a look at how to make this baby food recipe. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for the full information.

  1. Add the sauce ingredients to a blender. I like to do it first to avoid having to blend piping hot sauce.
  2. Blend very smooth.
  3. Prepare the pasta according to package directions and drain.
  4. Warm the sauce through, then stir some into the pasta and serve with Parmesan if desired.

TIP: You can use whichever puree you have or like, and you can freeze extra sauce for future meals too.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can babies eat pasta?

Babies can start eating pasta soon after they start solids, which is usually around 6 months. Smaller shapes like stars and pastina are often easier for babies to eat, and they can progress to slightly larger shapes like ditalini and elbows as they get a little older.

How do I give a baby pasta?

You can cook the pasta until it’s soft and spoon feed it—I like the pasta to be in a flavorful sauce in this case–or you can offer pasta as a finger food from about 9+ months when babies typically are able to pick up and eat early finger foods.

Many people also serve pasta BLW style, though know that it can be slippery in baby’s mouth and large pieces of something like rotini or spaghetti may be very difficult/tricky for baby to eat.

What kind of pasta is good for babies?

You can offer any kind of pasta that you prefer, regular semolina pasta, whole wheat pasta, or a bean-based pasta like chickpea or lentil (which are both higher in iron).

How can I freeze this baby pasta?

You can either make the sauce and freeze it in an ice cube tray, then transfer the cubes to a storage bag and freeze for up to 6 months. Then you can thaw 1-2 per serving to mix into pasta. Or you can make the whole recipe and freeze the pasta and sauce together.

If you do that, expect the pasta to be very soft when it’s thawed and reheated.

How to Store and Reheat

Store leftovers, either combined or separate, in airtight containers in the fridge for up to 5 days. Or you can freeze the sauce in an ice cube tray, transfer the frozen cubes to a freezer bag, and freeze for up to 6 months.

Best Tips for Success

  • You can use mashed sweet potato, butternut squash puree, pumpkin puree, or purchased purees. I prefer sweet potato best.
  • I like this to be pretty saucy for babies, especially if you’re serving off of a spoon. If serving from a spoon, use a very small shape like star pasta or pastina.
  • If planning to serve this as a finger food, use a small shape that’s easy to pick up such as ditalini, mini shells, mini farfalle or elbows. (If you use a larger shape, cut it with kitchen scissors so it’s in small pieces that are easy for baby to chew. )
  • You can use fully cooked lentils in place of the white beans if desired.
  • You can use marinara sauce in place of the crushed tomatoes with basil.
  • You can skip the blending and serve this sauce as a chunky style if preferred to save a step.
  • To serve this to an older child or an adult, season to taste with salt.
  • Top with grated Parmesan for additional flavor.
  • You may also like Favorite Toddler Pasta Recipes, Veggie-Packed Marinara, Sample Baby Meal Plan, and Baby Cookies.

I’d love to hear your feedback on this recipe if you try it, so please comment and rate it below!

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 10 minutes

Total Time 20 minutes

Author Amy Palanjian

Cuisine American

Course Baby Food

Calories 234kcal

Servings 6 -8

  • ▢ 8 ounces pasta (such as star, ABC, pastina, or ditalini)
  • ▢ 14.5 ounce can crushed tomatoes with basil (or marinara sauce)
  • ▢ 1 cup white beans (rinsed and drained)
  • ▢ 1/2 cup mashed sweet potato puree (or butternut squash puree or pumpkin puree)
  • ▢ 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • ▢ 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • ▢ salt, onion powder, garlic powder (optional to taste)
  • ▢ grated Parmesan (optional to taste)
  • Add the tomatoes, beans, sweet potato, and Italian seasoning to a blender. Blend smooth.

  • Add the olive oil to a medium pot over medium heat. Stir in the tomato mixture and warm through, stirring occasionally, for about 5-10 minutes. Season to taste with salt and additional spices for more flavor as you like.

  • (You can also warm a small amount of sauce in a heat-safe bowl in the microwave If you're just making one serving.)

  • Cook the pasta according to package directions. Drain.

  • Return the pasta to the pot. Stir as little or as much of the sauce into the pasta and top with grated Parmesan if desired. (You may have some sauce leftover.)

  • Serve warm or portion into storage containers to serve throughout the week.

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  • Storage Containers

  • Store leftovers, either combined or separate, in airtight containers in the fridge for up to 5 days. Or you can freeze the sauce in an ice cube tray, transfer the frozen cubes to a freezer bag, and freeze for up to 6 months.
  • You can use mashed sweet potato, butternut squash puree, pumpkin puree, or purchased purees. I prefer sweet potato best.
  • I like this to be pretty saucy for babies, especially if you’re serving off of a spoon. But you can add just as much sauce as you like and save the rest for a future meal.
  • If serving from a spoon, use a very small shape like star pasta or pastina.
  • If planning to serve this as a finger food, use a small shape that’s easy to pick up such as ditalini, mini shells, mini farfalle or elbows. (If you use a larger shape, cut it with kitchen scissors so it’s in small pieces that are easy for baby to chew.)
  • Add extra iron with a side of Chicken Meatballs, Chicken Tenders, or my Fav Toddler Meatballs.
  • You can use fully cooked lentils in place of the white beans if desired.
  • You can skip the blending and serve this sauce as a chunky style if preferred to save a step.
  • To serve this to an older child or an adult, season to taste with salt.
  • Top with grated Parmesan for additional flavor.
  • Gluten-free: Use your favorite gluten-free pasta.
  • Dairy-free: Skip the Parmesan. Some people like to use nutritional yeast in place of grated Parmesan.

Calories: 234kcal, Carbohydrates: 43g, Protein: 9g, Fat: 3g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 2g, Sodium: 101mg, Potassium: 492mg, Fiber: 5g, Sugar: 5g, Vitamin A: 1723IU, Vitamin C: 7mg, Calcium: 64mg, Iron: 3mg

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Tracey Anderson, an American fitness trainer who has worked with many celebrities, became the popularizer of the baby food diet. She suggested that those who want to get rid of extra pounds and keep themselves in shape should pay attention to jars of baby puree. Wiz Reeserspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Lady Gaga followed this diet at various times. nine0003

There are many advantages of such a diet, but, however, such a diet also has enough disadvantages. We figure out what outweighs and to whom such a diet can suit.

How can you lose weight on baby puree?

There are several variations of this diet. The strictest option does not involve the use of any other products - only mashed potatoes, no juices, curds and other products. It is optimal to use only mono-products, which means that, most likely, you will have to limit yourself to mashed potatoes for the smallest ones, because jars for older children already contain mashed potatoes from several components. nine0003

It is recommended to consume no more than 1200 calories daily. Considering that one jar contains up to 100 kcal, you will need quite a lot of such jars for one day. It is quite possible to lose weight on baby food - following a diet for babies can provide a loss of up to 5 kilograms per week.

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What are the benefits of a baby food diet?

Such a diet can captivate with its simplicity - you don't need to count calories, because all the data is written on the jar. There is no need to waste time on cooking, serving and studying the composition, and the products for babies are so diverse that such a diet cannot be called boring. Do not forget about the quality of the products - baby food meets the highest standards, and therefore definitely does not contain harmful additives, artificial colors and incomprehensible ingredients.

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Weight loss on such a diet is more than real: the absence of harmful products, calorie restriction, portions adjusted to the gram will help get rid of extra pounds.

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Obviously, for most of us, baby food as a permanent diet will not work - this system can serve to unload for a week or two. Abuse of a strict version of the diet can harm rather than improve the body. nine0003

If you follow such a diet, you will have to eat food without spices - salt, pepper and other seasonings are not added to monocomponent purees. Surviving more than two weeks on unleavened food is not so easy.

In addition, it is worth remembering that protein, whole grains, fiber and proper fats enriched with polyunsaturated fatty acids are not enough in children's products - they are quite enough to provide everything a baby needs, but they are not enough for an adult. Long-term adherence to such a diet can lead to digestive problems. nine0003

For those who have already encountered certain diseases of the digestive system, it is completely worth refusing to use baby puree in large quantities. Also, the diet is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, those who suffer from anemia, have problems with pressure.

Another important factor is the high cost. A two-week sitting on baby puree will cost a pretty penny, because you will have to eat the contents of 10-15 cans every day, which will cause both the body and the wallet to lose weight at the same time. We also note the environmental aspect - such a huge number of empty jars will quickly accumulate in your house that the question of their proper disposal may arise. nine0003

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    If you're looking to shed a few pounds on an apple diet, make a turkey with applesauce. With an apple diet, eating is allowed five times a day. You can not only lose weight, but also get prettier. We invite you to cook a turkey with applesauce according to this delicious culinary recipe.

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    Delicious pudding recipes

    The art of making puddings takes pride of place in European cuisine. The word "pudding" is English, and it means "the third course", "sweet". Prepare apple pudding according to this delicious culinary recipe - please your family with a great dessert!

    Bean soup with lamb

    Delicious first courses

    The basis of most soups are broths, which are prepared from meat, poultry, game, vegetables and fish. The bones are also great for making broths, sauces, and soups. Make Bean and Lamb Soup with our original and delicious recipe. nine0003

    Egg syrniki

    Original recipes from cottage cheese

    Do you like to eat cheesecakes for breakfast? We hope so, it's not muesli, which is so fashionable for breakfast these days.

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