Pasta with green sauce

Published on: 06/29/2022
Green sauce with pasta

This pasta with green sauce recipe is a great way to use greens particularly if your little one is not keen on spinach on it own. It works brilliantly with peas and other tasty ingredients.

The sauce is lovely and creamy from the avocado, cheese and creme fraiche or yoghurt. If you wanted to make it vegan then take away the creme fraiche or yoghurt and substitute the cheese for nutritional yeast.

Spinach and peas are a great source of iron, fibre and other vitamins and minerals. These vegetables along with avocado is a great way to get kids eating vegetables, especially if they love pasta.

Suitable from 7 months. Store in the fridge and use within 2 days.

Pasta with green sauce

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Author Penelope Henderson

Penelope Henderson BSc, MSc, RNutr Registered Nutritionist specialising in children’s nutrition and responsive feeding therapy.

She provides 1 : 1 consultations on fussy eating, weaning or other healthy eating support. Media and brand collaboration to educate and support parents to feel confident in how and what to feed their child when fussy eating or nutrition issues occur. So you can relax knowing your child is eating more variety and you can enjoy family mealtimes together.

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