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Do you know what you're cooking for lunch today? Give it a try, the little one will love her too!We took a dose of a child and two adults
30 decaf broccoli, two tablespoons oatmeal, 20 decubels round, potatoes cooked in shell, one egg, a little onion, a pinch of nutmeg, a bunch of parsley, sou, one tablespoon of grits, 1 to 5 grits sour cream, a tablespoon of olive oil, a teaspoon of mustard, baking paper
1. Simmer the sliced broccoli until soft, then squeeze it with a fork and blend until cool.
2. Cut lightly a head of onion and a bunch of parsley.
3. Lighten and grate the potatoes, then stir in the broccoli, oatmeal, egg, onion, and parsley.
4. Bake and season with a pinch of nutmeg and a tablespoon of breadcrumbs. Mix the mass thoroughly!
5. Form a large number of balls and place them in a glazed baking sheet. Beat it at 200 degrees Celsius!
6. Put the cleaned radishes in a fine chop and coat them in a delicate finish.
7. Stir in the radish with sour cream, olive oil and a little mustard. With this cream, you miss the crunchy balls.
One year old
Tip: If you make the buttons without eggs, you can push them into the baby's hands from the age of nine to ten months.