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    Default Ideas for daycare breakfast that can be spoon fed

    So ive gone back to basics & started again with purees & spoon feeding ds & we are having some success, finally, yay!

    Anyway, im after some ideas of stuff i can send to daycare for breakfast.

    It needs to be something that he can be spoon fed & at this stage hes on puree/mash consistancy. It also needs to travel well.

    Im currently sending fruit & yoghurt & if i cant find anything else i send a jar, but im looking for some variety.

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    How about porridge or weetbix?

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    Default Ideas for daycare breakfast that can be spoon fed

    Weetbix or porridge? They can heat that up in the microwave


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    I'm so glad to hear you're having some success @heartstringz!

    I'm not sure how it would travel but runny scrambled eggs? Weetbix with formula can also be made to a purée consistency.

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    I send oats, (Bircher muesli), weetbix, I also send cereal but ask them to let it get soggy eg sultana bran etc Cheerios

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    Scrambled eggs, oats, semolina porridge.

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    You can send baby porridge in one small container and pureed fruit in another for them to mix together.


 

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