Rice and an 8 month old.

(13 Posts)
wibblyjelly Tue 11-Jun-13 15:18:28

I'm making egg fried rice to go with dinner tonight, and I'll be saving ds a portion. He has never had rice before, so just wondering if I need to blitz it up, or try it with him as is. Thanks!

I'd just give it to him as its is, its not like its big bites so should be fine.

JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 11-Jun-13 17:08:45

Yeah I'd just give it too him too. Mine eat it and I just add the salt after I've served theirs.

wibblyjelly Tue 11-Jun-13 18:12:20

Thank you. After all that though, dh has decided he wants noodles with dinner grin . Never mind, I'll bear it in mind for next time

JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 11-Jun-13 18:21:08

Is DS having the noodles then smile

wibblyjelly Tue 11-Jun-13 18:24:45

He might do, but its a prepared birds eye one, so I need to check the salt content. He is defiantly having some of my home made sweet and spur chicken grin

JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 11-Jun-13 20:22:06

Is sweet and spur a cowboy recipe? smile

wibblyjelly Tue 11-Jun-13 21:19:19

Whoops! Yes, its the cowboy take on sweet and. sour grin

sunshinesue Wed 12-Jun-13 06:08:22

I've thought of saving rice too but isn't reheating a big no no? I've done it for myself loads of times but haven't wanted to risk it for ds.

JiltedJohnsJulie Wed 12-Jun-13 15:04:08

Think it can be a risk but as long as you've stored properly, it should be ok.

NotSoNervous Wed 12-Jun-13 17:25:16

My DD is 7 1/2m and prefers cereals with cows milk rather then BM or formula

NotSoNervous Wed 12-Jun-13 17:26:14

Oops sorry I added that to the wrong thread blush

JiltedJohnsJulie Wed 12-Jun-13 19:40:53

smile at Notso

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