Oats Porridge (without milk) for babies

Oats- whole grain cereal is one of the best nutritious food rich in protein and fiber

Please follow the three day rule  before introducing any new food. to the baby. Always check with the doctor to know when to give oats to the baby . My little one was introduced with oats when he was around 8 months.

Rolled and steel cut oats are preferred for the little ones. Steel cut oats take longer time to cook(around 30 mins), so if you are using them soak for half an hour to reduce the cooking time.

Rolled oats can be powdered and then used for preparing porridge. Powdered rolled oats is better for younger babies.

Ingredients :

  • 1/2 cup organic rolled oats or 4 tbsp powdered oats
  • 1 finely chopped organic medjool date or 1 tsp homemade date puree
  • pinch of organic cinnamon
  • 1(1/4) cup water or more if needed

Preparation:

  1. Rinse the oats.
  2. In a pan bring water to boil, add oats and finely chopped date.
  3. cover the pan, and cook for about 15 mins in low flame, until oats is very soft
  4. Add pinch of cinnamon, and mix well.
  5. remove from the flame, allow to cool, and transfer to the bowl
Oats porridge

Notes:

  • Medjool date is low fat and packed with nutrients, they have rich, caramel like taste, soft and chewy texture. They are larger than regular dates . Pick organic one whenever possible.
  • Almond powder can be added as well.
  • For older babies, other dry fruits can be added.

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Hi, I am Shruthi. The food blog focuses on vegetarian recipes that are made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Some of the recipes are dairy-free. The goal is to create and share recipes that anyone can make. Simple and easy.

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