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    Default How do you prepare weetbix?

    Silly question, but I bf and I don't express, just wondering if I can make weetbix for my 7mo with cow's milk - or should I use boiled water?

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    Personally I would use mostly boiled water with a dash of cows milk.

    Can I ask why you can't express though? You wouldn't need much, could you just express a little off by hand before bubs next feed?

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    I just use cows milk

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    At the that I would express a little breastmilk just before the feed or use formula.

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    Cows Milk - Pefect age to start introducing it into your little one's diet.

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    I soften with boiled water and mix with yoghurt.

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    I used boiled water and puréed fruit or mashed banana.

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    I would crush the weetbix superfine, then put cows milk in it, sometimes add a bit of fruit puree for flavour.. and microwave it until it's soft and warm..

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    I use cows milk. I figure it's introducing it to her.

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    Cows milk is fine to use. I used cows milk from 6 months with weetbix. I used the kids weetbix though because the salt content in regular weetbix is a bit too high.


 

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