Salmon with Yellow Pepper and Sweet Corn


I hope by now you have established 3 meals a day. So far I have learned 5 top tips that I’m going to share with you:

Avoid overfeeding, but offer your baby a dessert like a fruit puree if they’re still hungry (Mia really loves almost everything I put in front of her that I’m asking myself how much is enough).

Milk is still an important source of nutrition so keep up with your baby’s usual milk feeds.

If your baby is too tired by dinner time, try giving them their main meal at lunch.

Try out new recipes, but still give food from previous steps, including ones they didn’t like first time (it can take many attempts before a baby accepts a new taste).

Once your baby has mastered puree, try mashing a recipe to create lumpier textures.

Today we made Salmon, Yellow Pepper and Sweet Corn, super easy and fast recipe (check below).



Salmon, Yellow Pepper and Sweet Corn


  • 100g of skinless, boneless salmon fillet
  • 1 medium yellow pepper
  • 100g of canned sweet corn
  • 2 tbsp of milk

*makes 3-4 portions

*suitable for freezing

*suitable from 6 months

*Prep time 8 minutes

*Cooking 20-30 minutes


  1. Preheat the oven to 160°C, gas 3.
  2. Wrap salmon in aluminium foil and place in smaller oven proof dish, add milk. In other small oven proof dish put yellow pepper.
  3. All together cook for about 25 minutes.
  4. After salmon and pepper are cooked puree them in food processor together with drained sweet corn; or place in bowl and use hand blender.
  5. If required add little bit of steaming water and blend again for more smooth puree.


Happy Weaning

L xxx

  • Allison - Celebrating Sweets


    What a nutritious meal! I wish my kids would eat salmon. I will have to keep trying!

    • MLK123

      Thank you Allison, yes def keep offering 😉

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