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The cookbook that the whole family will love

Ensuring your family is getting enough vitamins and minerals in their diet each week can be tricky. But there is one super veg that is delicious to devour, full of nutrients and is easy to cook…the sweet potato. Adding sweet potato to your family meals will supercharge any recipe.

Not only are they full of goodness, sweet potatoes are also extremely versatile. They can be pureed, baked, cut into chips, blended into recipes and even used in desserts.

The new Everyday Sweet Potatoes recipe book includes delicious meals for babies all the way through to tasty meals for adults. It also includes all the tips and facts you need to know when cooking with sweet potato.

 

Here is a little sneak peak at what recipes you can expect to see in this cookbook.

For Babies (6-9 months) 

Sweet potatoes are the perfect veg for mashing and blending into delicious purees for little ones.

 

Baby-Led Weaning (9-12 months) 

If your baby is eager to begin feeding themselves, it may be time to push away those purees and serve them up some soft sweet potato bites.

 

 

Toddler to School Age (1-12 years) 

The little ones in your life will love these tasty and wholesome dishes, and so will you.

Super family meals 

Feed the whole family with these flavoursome, hearty and healthy sweet potato recipes.

 

 

 

Also in the eBook you can find nutritional facts about sweet potatoes, batch cooking and freezing tips, discover all the different sweet potato varieties, tips for fussy eaters and how to cut and prepare sweet potatoes.  Go ahead and download this supercharged eBook now.


 

*DISCLAIMER: Australian Sweet Potatoes are a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This article features content sourced from Australian Sweet Potatoes and our own opinions. For more information visit the Sweet Potatoes website.

 

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