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    Haha @peanutmonkey what a cheeky boy!

    I haven't seen those books @Tamtam but I will look them up, thanks

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    Stupid question, can I feed her normal porridge made with breast milk or water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    Stupid question, can I feed her normal porridge made with breast milk or water?
    Yep. I use those quick oats and make up with her formula. Bm or water is good. I also mix puree fruit through for different flavours. I also give weetbix the same way!

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    Thanks tamtam, I put it through the blender with blueberries and banana, it smells really good haha. This making food thing is fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    Thanks tamtam, I put it through the blender with blueberries and banana, it smells really good haha. This making food thing is fun!
    if you are going to be doing a lot of small batches a good stick mixer might be easier to clean than the blender.

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    Also make a huge amount and freeze in batches! Ice cube size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkj View Post
    if you are going to be doing a lot of small batches a good stick mixer might be easier to clean than the blender.
    It was a big batch lol about two weeks worth of breakfast! I will look into a stick mixer though cleaner the blender is a pain in the butt.

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    Tamtam I froze the porridge in ice cube trays, I freeze breast milk in them too lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    It was a big batch lol about two weeks worth of breakfast! I will look into a stick mixer though cleaner the blender is a pain in the butt.
    I actually have the avent steamer and blender thingy. I'm selling it actually!!! Cos I'm getting a thermomix.

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    The avent blender/ steamer is awesome very quick and easy to clean. You should be able find it second hand, it is very exxy otherwise. Has a nifty recipe book too


 

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