Finger food is great for babies and this recipe is perfect as a snack for when you’re on the run.

Suitable for babies 9 months +.

For more great recipes, head over to the Rafferty’s Garden website.


Ingredients (makes 12 fingers)

  • 250g chicken mince
  • 1/4 leek, finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 pouch of Rafferty’s Garden pear + apricot (+ nothing else)


  1. Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly (this is best done with your clean hands).
  2. Mould mixture into desired shape. Fingers work well for a baby’s grasp. Grill for 8 minutes or until golden then turn and continue for further 4 minutes.

Notes... Can be frozen in zip locked bags for up to 3 months.

  • I seem to be on the run all the time so this recipe will come in handy in our household


  • So easy and big benefit that they can be frozen for so long.


  • Not much to these! Good for when you’re busy or just too tired. Easy to make and easy to eat


  • This sounds really different and intersting will have to give it a go.


  • Make a great snack for older children too, maybe hungry male teens.


  • I don’t like apricot chicken but I would be interested in trying this :)


  • Not one for me but thanks for sharing.


  • I have just been looking at recipes for my own chicken nuggets to try to limit processed goods in the house, this is fantastic! thank you!


  • What an awesome idea I’m not familiar with raffertys I’ll have to look out, for that brand. Looks like a great idea thanks for sharing.


  • Great recipie. Ive never thought of using pouches for making meals. My kids would love this, healthy and quick and looks yummy.


  • Great recipe, thanks so much for sharing.


  • So quick & easy!


  • looks good … will have try this as it’s so hard to get my kid to eat any meat that’s not ‘sass aggge’


  • Wow was a great idea! My kids would love this!


  • What a great idea. My toddler would absolutely love this!

    • I just made these for lunch. My toddler loved them. He only needed a few so I froze the remaining mixture for another day!


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