You can begin introducing porridge into your little one’s diet once they’re ready to begin eating solids – usually around the 6 month mark. Our baby porridge pouches are made with fresh milk, oats and fruits, offering a tasty, nutritious and convenient breakfast meal for your curious bub.
Make sure to keep in mind that oats are often cross contaminated with grains containing gluten. So if your baby has coeliac disease, then you should consider finding certified gluten-free alternatives.
What’s the difference between baby porridge and normal porridge?
While both are made with real oats, regular porridge often comes with a thicker and coarser texture that can be more difficult for babies to digest. Baby porridge is made with a smoother consistency to help make it more appealing to your little one.
Our porridge pouches are made with no artificial colours or flavours, no preservatives, no added salt or sugar, no concentrates and no added juices or GM ingredients.
Homemade Baby Porridge Recipes
This easy recipe cooks in 10 minutes and can be whipped up in 2, making it perfect for on-the-go parents looking for a meal to help support the growth and development of baby.