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Porridge

Oatmeal recipe for baby

Oatmeal recipe for baby

Oatmeal recipe for baby

Servings 1

Ingredients
  

Oatmeal 1

    When using powder for infant formula

    • 1 dl oatmeal
    • 1.5 dl cold water
    • ½ teaspoon fat
    • 1 dl ready-mixed breast milk substitute
    • 1 tbsp fruit puree e.g. strawberry puree

    Oatmeal 2

      When using ready-mixed infant formula

      • 1 dl oatmeal
      • 1.5 dl water
      • ½ teaspoon fat
      • 1 dl ready-mixed breast milksubstitute
      • 1 tbsp fruit puree, e.g. strawberrypuree

      Instructions
       

      • Put water and oatmeal in a small saucepan and bring to a boil.
      • Turn down the heat and let the porridge cook for 2-3 minutes while stirring in the pan.
      • Turn off the heat. Stir fat and infant formula into the porridge (powder or ready-mixed).
      • Pour the porridge into a small bowl and check that it has the right eating temperature before giving it to the baby.
      • Server with a little fruit puree to sweeten the taste.

      Notes

      You can also make this porridge from millet flakes. You can add frozen berries that you cook with from the start, see more about frozen berries page 100. The porridge is done when you can mash the berries with a fork. You can also use fresh strawberries or other fresh berries that you mash with a fork and add to the finished porridge.
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      Porridge

      Mixed grain porridge

      Mixed grain porridge for baby

      Mixed grain porridge

      Ingredients
        

      • 1 tbsp oatmeal
      • 1 tbsp millet flakes
      • 1 tbsp rye flour
      • 2 dl water
      • 1 tsp fat
      • ½ dl breast milk substitute if necessary.
      • a little fruit puree

      Instructions
       

      • Whisk together groats, flakes, flour and water in a small saucepan.
      • Bring the porridge to a boil. Turn down the heat and let the porridge cook for 2-3 minutes while stirring in the pan.
      • Remove the pan from the heat and switch off the cooker.
      • Add fat and infant formula to the porridge.
      • Add if necessary, a little fruit puree to sweeten the taste.
      • Pour the porridge into a small bowl and check that it has the right eating temperature before giving it to the baby.

      Notes

      You can use different grains, groats and flakes for the porridge once the child has started eating porridge. It gives a thicker porridge that satisfies more and allows the child to practice chewing.
      Limit the use of kernels. The small child should not have porridge where whole or half kernels have been used.
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