Green for the family, the baby

Green for the family, the baby

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You can adjust the following recipe in just a few minutes, and you don't have to worry about calories. A real vitamin bomb for the baby.

Green beans with cherry tomatoes

I approached this person:
50 deca beans, oil, a head onion, sou, cumin, oregano, thyme, two cloves of garlic, 20 pieces of coconut tomato, 20 deca cauliflower, three eggs, one tablespoon of yogurt, zucchini, 27 inches in diameter) fired over to cure

Here's how:

Finely chop the onion and start cooking with a little oil. Sprinkle cleaned beans cut into 2 centimeters pieces and two coffees, a teaspoon of thyme and a little roast. Add some water to it and simmer until almost completely softened. Put it to cool. Combine the yogurt, garlic cloves, eggs, nymi and baking mix with oatmeal and a spoonful of oregano.
Grease the hot glass or porcelain dish with butter, sprinkle with oat bran and spread the green beans evenly over it. Pour the egg yoghurt over it and add it to the oven preheated to 160 degrees. Fifteen minutes later, chill out, squeeze in the washed cocktail tomatoes, drizzle with croutons and oregano. Put it back in the oven and bake it in red.

What does the baby get?

For 7-8 day cards: If you can eat by hand, you can give her the soft-boiled green beans. If you prefer pappy, blend a little onion green beans with one or two grains of raw cocktail tomato juice and grate with this delicious purée.
For cards from 10 to 12 days: First, give the family a little frosting to see if they have eggs and eggs. Cut to the dice you can eat it by hand! But you can blend your portion with a mixture of 100% tomato juice.

Green beans and tomatoes are also very healthy

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  • Dessert inspired by cauliflower soup
  • Corn feta pancakes
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