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    thanks for all of the great ideas omlette is easy for me.

    ilovehats - whats the blw cookbook called? might try find it.

    elijahsmum - where do you get quinoa puffs from and do you make it like normal porrige? ie cook it

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Why not toast?
    Just relied on it a bit too much for DS1 and find him a bit fussy with it - wants it a lot. Plus I dont have any soughdough atm and dont want to introduce yeast. But I certainly will be doing some when I remember to buy some more! I try not to eat bread and sourdough only so its a bit of a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_P View Post
    thanks for all of the great ideas omlette is easy for me.

    ilovehats - whats the blw cookbook called? might try find it.

    elijahsmum - where do you get quinoa puffs from and do you make it like normal porrige? ie cook it
    No need to cook! They are little puffs you just add formula/milk too - I get them from my organic shop - I totally agree on not giving too much toast/bread too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    No need to cook! They are little puffs you just add formula/milk too - I get them from my organic shop - I totally agree on not giving too much toast/bread too
    Great, I go to flannerys a bit so will check for them there. The others may give them a go anyway til she's ready for milk. DS2 loves porrige so may take to that too.

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    My dd only had toast/bread roughly twice a week, she had a variety of things for breakfast at that age, including strips of avocado, pieces of soft fruit like banana, strawberry, watermelon, or sometimes she was fed porridge. Omelette with mushrooms, spinach, onion and capsicum was a favourite and still is now at nearly 9. My nephew has dry cereal pieces but it's high sugar, I wouldn't have given it to dd (and still don't) but he likes a gorilla one from the organic shop, looks like cocoa balls, and nutri grain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaNurture View Post
    Oh I'd love to know what a porridge finger means?!?
    The Baby-led Weaning cookbook by Gill Rapley & Tracey Murkett - you can get it on Amazon. Elijahs mum recommended it :-)

    It's porridge oats (not instant ones) mixed with a little milk, leave to soak for a while and then press into the flat bottom of a bowl or dish, cook in microwave for 2 mins and can then be cut into fingers. You could add fruit to the mix for a different taste too.


 

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