Cheesy sweetcorn puffs

Here is a fab finger food recipe that your little ones will hopefully love as much as Freddie. Cheese puffs are a great snack, a cross between a scone and a muffin, they take barely any preparation and are quick to cook. So an all round winner in my book!

They are great for morning teas as they give your little one a mixture of carbohydrate and some protein, which will hopefully keep them going until lunchtime. They are also great on the go as they are a pretty clean food to eat.

You can adapt the recipe to include different vegetables – I’ve tried the recipe with ham and peas, chopped capsicum and also spring onions. All were pretty tasty but I generally make them with sweetcorn because, as my regular readers will know, Freddie just LOVES sweetcorn!

Cheesy sweetcorn puffs
Suitable from around 7 months
Freezes well
Makes: 15 puffs
Preparation:
 10 mins
Cooking: 5-10 mins

3/4 cup flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 cup grated cheese
1 egg, beaten
3 tbsp milk
100g sweetcorn

Sift flour and baking powder.

Add cheese, beaten egg, sweetcorn and milk.

Line a tray with baking parchment and divide the mixture into 12 blobs and cook for 5-10 minutes at 210 ‘C.

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4 thoughts on “Cheesy sweetcorn puffs

    • Yay! Thanks for the feedback and glad you’re enjoying them. Hope they freeze as well has mine do! Freddie and I had them for lunch, defrosted, yesterday with marmite on – yum.

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