Baby jam and cream scones

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baby jam cream scones
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This healthy baby food recipe for jam and cream scones uses yoghurt and 100% fruit jam. Older kids will love this healthy snack too.

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: No cooking
Difficulty rating: Easy
Age recommendation: 9 months and above
Number of servings: 1


1 slice of wholegrain bread

1 tablespoon of 100% fruit jam

2 tablespoons of natural Greek yoghurt


  1. Toast the bread
  2. Spread with jam and then yoghurt
  3. Slice into fingers or little squares for young kids. Serve immediately.


  • This recipe may seem a little unusual for adult taste buds but it’s a healthy sweet treat and kids love it.
  • Baby jam and cream scones are a fantastic finger food for babies 9 months and older.
  • This recipe is healthier than traditional toast spread with margarine and artificially sweetened jam.

Nutritional content:

Per slice:

 Energy 663.47kJ
 Protein 4.31g
 Total fat 2.85g
 Saturated fat 1.41g
 Carbohydrates 28.03g
 Total sugars 16.93g
 Fibre 2.01g
 Sodium 162.65mg
 Cholesterol 4.80mg
 Potassium 125.21mg
Calcium 64.20mg
Iron 0.52mg
Zinc 0.46mg


  1. AusNut. Nutrient Database. 2007. [cited 27 April 2012]. Available from: (URL Link)
  2. Queensland Health. Introduction to Solids. 2008. [cited 8 December]. Available from: (URL Link)
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Date Created: December 9, 2013 Date Modified: December 11, 2013