This is a discussion on What food should I offer to my 8mths baby??? within the Introducing Solids & Feeding Your Fussy Toddlers forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Originally Posted by AugBoyz hi shane, dont be too eager to give every thing to your ger, take 1 step ...
Dont worry will try go on a slow pace.
I have friends who put cheese into instant noodles too. Although I do not hate cheese but I dare not tried, seems yucky! I cant imagine my Korea Kimchi Noodles mixed with cheese.. *Puke HEEEE
I also buy laughing cow cheese cubes for my boy... He used to like it a lot but of recent he doesn't want any. Is that made from leftover hard cheese too? Yucks I've been eating kraft cheese slices for so long, think it is time I switch to maybe cream cheese.
8mths old can give petti miam yoghurt for baby... But it is not sold in most supermarkets. Try looking for it at carrefour.
sunburst, if you want to know, can read the ingredients list. Good cheese should have just 100% milk (pasteurised or unpasteurised), salt and/or renent. Processed cheese will have things like milk solids, cheese solids, milk, flavouring, etc.
shane, Paul's Original, Farmers Union are two of the brands I've found here that have plain full fat yogurt. You can get them at NTUC, Cold Storage, etc. I dont't really go for those baby yogurt coz most have added flavouring which I'm not a big fan of. I like to stick to things that have very few ingredients and only contain 100% fresh milk plus probiotics (nothing else, if possible).
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i give my baby laughing cow cheese cream. not many choices over here - the grocery store only got laughing cow, chesdale and of course kraft. i dont know which one is better choice - laughing cow or chesdale?
btw is it okay to give baby a little bit of cheese and butter everyday?