I know babies can't have raw honey, but if I toss pumpkin in honey and garlic then roast it, does that remove whatever risk there is with honey?
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26-08-2013 16:37 #1
Honey roasted pumpkin - is it safe for a baby?
26-08-2013 16:38 #2
Should be fine.
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26-08-2013 16:40 #3
My paed assured me that if the honey's cooked, that it's perfectly safe.
26-08-2013 17:09 #4Senior Member
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The risk with honey is spores that can cause botulism in infants. Roasting honey should be fine. I just wouldn't give babies honey in say a sslow cooker meal, it probably never reached a high enough temp.
26-08-2013 17:16 #5
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