Perfect for my little one
So I found this when I was looking for breaky for my 2nd baby girl. My first one had wheat bix with formula milk till one. My second one I tried cerelac. My dd took to the oats with prunes. Started her around 6 months. I never looked at the mix ratios. I just added cooled boiled water to what consistency I thought best. Tried adding extra water to make a little smoother but I found bub likes it gluggy as she loves to chew. She's just turned a year old and still loves it. The portions are growing but i add pear puree or apple purees to it. So I ...put the same if not more puree than the cereal but she loves it. Now that it's getting into winter I heat it up a little so it's nice and warm for bub. It's practically the biggest meal of the day. Gives her great bowel movement during the day (awful for me but great for her. Lol). She still eats plenty of other foods during the day but I think I'll continue on with the cerelac oats with prunes for little while longer. My babies are tiny one. Year old and she still fits into 0000 outfits (though she's outgrown the onesies in length). Talk skinny one she is. Just like her sister. Anyways. The cereal is great. My dd tasted all of them but prunes was best. Plus prunes are good for them and helping their bowel movements.
My baby daughter suffers from constipation and this is honestly one of the only infant cereals out there that eases her discomfort, we've tried everything and a few of the natural remedies did the opposite and gave her the runs. We mix it into her normal baby food each day and works a treat!
Good but expensive
My son loves the taste but it was a bit expensive for what I was looking for. Would buy again, but not regularly. On a plus though, Nestle is a trusted brand which is reassuring so I suppose the price tag comes with the territory. 4/5 stars, would recommend to anyone who can afford.
Love the taste
My son and daughter both love oats with prunes. My daughter also loves the taste of wheat with pear. I do a combination of baby lead weaning and spoon feeding and these are very good in filling up my daughter's tummy when she does not like much a few of her finger foods. I sometimes add steamed green peas or any mashed veggies in rice cereals when she was 6+ months. The only downside is that the rice cereal can sometimes cause constipation and one pack does not last long. Good thing she normally has oats with prunes in the morning that regulates her bowel. I find the amount of water in the guide too much for the amount of cereals so I just adjust the amount of cereals to arrive at the texture that my baby likes.
Questions & Answers
Can I make it more then 90mls of his formula and mix in the cerelac to the right consistency his a year old now I make sometimes 120mls formula and add abit extra cerelac because it only says on the side of the box to mix in 90mls of milk or water..
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