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How do you make toddler friendly gravy?

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sharond101 Fri 04-Apr-14 22:44:43

Is it ok to use granules? He had sausage, mash, peas and gravy in a restaurant the other day from the kids menu and loved it. So how do I do the gravy?

BrianButterfield Fri 04-Apr-14 22:46:31

You can get low-salt granules if that's what you're worried about. But my DS loves normal Bisto - he doesn't have much really so I think it's OK.

DomesticSlobbess Sat 05-Apr-14 14:16:19

What do you mean by toddler friendly?

I've never made different gravy for DS. He just has what everyone else has.

ImAMonkeyMess Sat 05-Apr-14 14:22:58

I wondered this the other day so looking forward to any answers. I was thinking about salt levels, and also that you don't necessarily want to be faffing too much for what is a very small amount.

glowstick Sat 05-Apr-14 14:28:44

Kallo very low salt veg stock cubes or low salt chicken are you friend!

AtSea1979 Sat 05-Apr-14 14:30:29

Plenty of low salt gravy available

stella69x Sat 05-Apr-14 21:10:35

Juices from the roast, cornflour and home made stock if wanting a low/no salt gravy

EverySoddingNameIsTaken Sat 05-Apr-14 21:12:46

What Stella said. Bistos list of ingredients is rediculous. When DS was younger though, toddler years - he would settle for just a Kallo stockcube

Woodenheart Sat 05-Apr-14 21:13:53

Kallo stockcube - Asda do them.

EverySoddingNameIsTaken Sat 05-Apr-14 21:20:25

You can also get vegetable bullion which you just mix with hot water like granules

sharond101 Sat 05-Apr-14 22:47:55

How do you thicken the kallo?

ImAThrillseekerHoney Sat 05-Apr-14 22:50:42

Cornflour

Artandco Sat 05-Apr-14 22:51:28

Cook sausages in a tray in oven. Use juices from the sausages with a little cornflour and herbs

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