Breakfast Ideas Please!!

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  1. Mum2BeJodi

    Mum2BeJodi Proud Mummy

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    My little one turned 6 months on the 24th. She's been on solids just before she turned 5 months. I am stuck on what to feed her for breakfast. I tried baby porridge but i think she's bored of it. Then I tried weetabix and she didnt like it. She's been wanting finger foods to feed her self or suck on/chew.

    Please any ideas
     
  2. KimmyB

    KimmyB Well-Known Member

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    What about toast fingers? May be a hit if LO enjoys feeding herself :flower:
     
  3. KimmyB

    KimmyB Well-Known Member

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    Just to let you know what we feed LO for breakfast to see if any of these may be good for your LO....
    We tend to alternate between porridge, banana porridge, toast fingers (variety of topping including butter, marmite, avacado, apple or pear puree, peanut butter) wheetabix with fruit puree, baby museli.
     
  4. Mum2b_Claire

    Mum2b_Claire Mummy to Ruby & Scarlett!

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    Ruby's always fed herself the following cereals (just add a small splash of milk so it's easy to pick up)

    Shreddies (well, own brand ones)
    Quaker oat crisp
    Rice krispies (can mix with yoghurt too)
    Weetabix Crispy bran
    Cheerio type things (again own brand. I don't buy Nestle.)
    Ruby also used to like weetabix dry.
     
  5. fizzy2010

    fizzy2010 Well-Known Member

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    Charlotte loves Shreddies, toast, bagels, scotch pancakes, omelettes, porrige and chopped fruit. Hope that helps!
     

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