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    Default Rice milk, coconut milk and chia seeds...recipes, ideas please.

    Hello ladies, I would like some ideas of what I could make with the mentioned ingredients. Not combined, for an 8.5 month old.
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    Chia puddings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Chia puddings?
    ^^^ this.... Easy and so delicious!

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    ok, I have no idea how to make that. LoL

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    That's a really simple recipe to start with^. You could add some vanilla extract or the likes for extra flavour. Just have a google or look on pinterest. There is plenty of inspiration out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    That's a really simple recipe to start with^. You could add some vanilla extract or the likes for extra flavour. Just have a google or look on pinterest. There is plenty of inspiration out there.
    So the chia seeds must be left overnight? How annoying.

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    Yes, and you need to stir or shake up the chia seeds every few hours to begin with so it's even. Otherwise you get a few hard clumps. It is yummy though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    So the chia seeds must be left overnight? How annoying.
    Yep, they turn into a gel if left to soak. You can just soak them with water and use as an egg replacer in baking or as a spread on sandwiches. I'm sure there are other uses.
    You can still eat them as they are too. I sprinkle them on salads and on top of avocado toast.
    If you use pinterest, definitely search them on there. There's bound to be heaps of recipes and ideas.

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    Is rice milk safe for an 8 month old? I thought it was not recommended for kids under 5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Is rice milk safe for an 8 month old? I thought it was not recommended for kids under 5?
    Yep, it's not but rice based cereals are recommended from 6 months??? Guess it depends why you are avoiding it? I think the 'not recommended under 2 years' found on rice milk cartons is because it doesn't have a great deal of nutritional value whereas the general 'not recommended under 5 years' is from an inorganic arsenic point of view. But at the same time why are other rice based baby foods generally acceptable?

    Guess it's a personal choice at the end of the day. Cows milk isn't exactly great for humans but the bulk of the population consumes it.


 

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