Porridge

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  1. krissie1234uk

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    I was wondering this morning as I finished a packet of baby porridge after only a few days, can I buy adult porridge for Dylan? Like the porridge oats, cook them in milk and then add some fruit etc for him? He is over 6 months now.
     
  2. Yeah you can do that. I dont bother with baby cereals I just buy normal ones but always check the sugar/salt content. Thats the only thing to watch.
     
  3. Hevz

    Hevz 4 beautiful children

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    Also the oats can be a little too lumpy just yet I would try mixing a few porridge oats with baby porridge 1st to get bubs used to it.

    You can get baby Organix porridge and food from poundland and you only need a small amount as it swells tonnes:wacko:
     
  4. helen1234

    helen1234 Well-Known Member

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    what bout ready brek what age can that be given? £1 something compared £2 something cow n gate porridge.

    sorry to hijack

    x
     
  5. Sophie1205

    Sophie1205 Mum to 1 and WTT

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    ready brek is as of 6 months (HV told me) :) i buy that now because its so much cheaper. x
     
  6. krissie1234uk

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    Oh thats great! Saves time too, rather than making two breakfasts we can share hehe.
     
  7. elm

    elm Mama

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    I just give Elliot normal porridge oats made with water (it tastes alot better than I thought it would made with water). I stuck an over ripe banana in the other day, dp ate most of it :lol: x
     

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