Breakfast pear muffins

Now I have a toddler I’m always on the look out for food ideas that are suitable for her, it’s so easy to get stuck in a rut and eat the same things all the time. These muffins are super quick, easy and aren’t filled with lots of nasty junk so perfect for little ones. Obviously you can substitute whatever you want to suit you, experiment with different fruit etc, and I’m more of a ‘throw-everything-in-and-see-what-happens’ kind of person so this is a very loose recipe.


  • 3 cups SR flour
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • 1 1/2 cups usual milk
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 3 tsp agave nectar (or you could use vanilla extract)
  • A large pear


  • Mix all of the dry ingredients together then add the wet. Stir until combined. It goes into an elastic-like dough.
  • Either pour into cake cases or a lined loaf tin.
  • Bake for about 20-25 minutes then let cool.


These were even a hit with Mr Knight! 
Thanks for reading,

Knight Mummy x

Baby banana toast

Weaning Baby Knight has not been an easy journey for us and we’re still not really through it. Long story short, she projectile vomits everything that is slightly textured. We are still in the process of trying medications and seeing different health professionals to try to get her sorted. It’s just a very slow and often frustrating process.

So! I’m constantly trying to find different foods of varying tastes and textures for her to try. Most days she has weetabix with full fat milk for breakfast as I can gradually make it lumpier as she gets better with her eating. Some days though she just doesn’t want to know, and who wants the same thing everyday really?

This is a super quick and easy breakfast that encourages her to enjoy finger foods but still quite mushy so she doesn’t choke on it. I love looking for different baby recipes so thought I’d share!

bbay toast
All you need is:

  • A ripe banana
  • About 50ml of the baby’s usual milk
  • Bread
  • A sprinkle of cinnamon

I just mash up the banana in a bowl then add the milk and cinnamon. I then cut the bread into strips, dip it in and then fry lightly until golden brown.

That’s it! Takes about 10 minutes and uses things you normally have in the house anyway.

Thanks for reading,

Knight Mummy x