Breakfast ideas for baby

Breakfast ideas for baby

Breakfast for Baby

 

First foods (around 6 months, but not before 4 months):

  • Farex® iron fortified baby rice is a great option for breakfast and can be used at other mealtimes
  • Well-cooked rice with extra water to a pureed texture (congee)
  • Cooked pureed fruit e.g. apple, pear or smoothly mashed banana
  • Wattie’s® 4-6+ months blue colour coded baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Apple, Peach & Mango or Wattie’s® First Tastes™ Orange Veggies
  • Wattie’s® Organic 4-6+ months blue colour coded baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Organic Juicy Pear with Banana & Blueberries

From 6 months:

  • Add to first foods
  • Farex® iron fortified baby cereals
  • Increased variety of cooked pureed fruits e.g. apricots, peaches
  • Farex® Breakfast On the Go pouches e.g. Apple & Oatmeal or Creamy Baby Porridge with Apple
  • Wattie’s® 6+ months red colour coded baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Banana & Apple Porridge
  • Wattie’s® Organic 6+ months red colour coded baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Organic Apple, Banana & Avocado

From 7 months:

  • Add to previous foods
  • Increased variety of cooked mashed fruits e.g. kiwifruit
  • Introduce yoghurt, grated cheese, cottage cheese
  • Cooked well-mashed egg
  • Start to offer small pieces of toast (white or wholemeal bread) as finger food

From 8 months:

  • Add to previous foods
  • Increased variety of fruits including cooked mashed and some as small soft finger food. Cut grapes and berries into quarters.
  • Egg hard-boiled (cut in wedges) or omelettes (cut into strips)
  • Wheat biscuits, porridge
  • Toast fingers
  • Wattie’s® 8+ months green colour coded baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Smoothies Oatilicious Brekky or Wattie’s® Smoothies Just Peachy with Banana & Apricot
  • Wattie’s® Organic 8+ months baby food e.g. Wattie’s® Organic Creamy Oats with Fig & Sultanas

For further food and meal ideas please see here for the Wattie’s® Guide to Baby Feeding printable.

 

The materials published on this website are of a general nature and have been provided for informational purposes only. Always consult your medical practitioner or a qualified health provider for any further advice in relation to the topics discussed.

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