When your child refuses to eat anything from a spoon, try making these nutritious finger foods. Great way to get little ones to eat oily fish, which is the best source of essential fatty acids, needed for brain development. Omit the salt and pepper for babies under one year.
The old saying that 'Fish is Good For The Brain' is absolutely true. Oil rich fish such as salmon, tuna and sardines are especially good brain boosters. This is down to their high levels of omega-3 essential fats which are vital for brain function and can also help the performance of dyslexic and hyperactive children.
Salmon fishcakes are a classic for a good reason; they're easy to make, satisfying to eat and taste delicious. I make these for a light weekend lunch or a quick and tasty weekday supper. Children will love dunking these yummy fishcakes into the sweet chilli dip.