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Baby noodles?

This is a discussion on Baby noodles? within the Introducing Solids & Feeding Your Fussy Toddlers forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi mummies, My baby is already 16mth old and I want to cook some noodles/vermicelli for him. Till now, he's ...

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    Baby noodles?

    Hi mummies,

    My baby is already 16mth old and I want to cook some noodles/vermicelli for him. Till now, he's been taking porridge and pasta only but his appetite like not good. So thinking of letting him try new varieties.

    But where do i buy noodles/vermicelli that is suitable for young toddlers? I notice the normal ones all have salt/sugar content and it's quite high. Any recommendations and where can i buy it?


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    Re: Baby noodles?

    I give mee suah first, then proceed to organic mee hoon. Now i give kway teow, bee hoon as well. Just boil and drain them off first before adding to stock.

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    Re: Baby noodles?

    you can try, there is a alphebet type of macaroni in supermarket, is very small. my boy took this when he was about 13 - 14 mths. this is so small that you need not worry that baby will get choke. beside this I also give vermicelli but I find it a bit messy when feeding.

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    Re: Baby noodles?

    mee suah actually higher salt content than beehoon.

    think beehoon generally tasteless.

    pasta is more nutritious compared to our local noodles.
    Pasta got protein and folic acids.
    try different kinds with different shapes and colours.

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