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Can i batch up tuna pasta bake for 9 month old.

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user1493375230 Sun 27-May-18 12:26:09


I'm making a pasta tuna bake for lunch and always make too much. I was wondering if I could batch some up for my 9 month old baby and freeze it.

Would I defrost and heat back up for her to eat or just let it defrost at room temp and she can eat cold. Not sure if the tuna be reheated.


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INeedNewShoes Sun 27-May-18 12:28:26

I think you have to be careful about tuna (and other fish containing mercury) when they're little?

Regarding freezing and reheating, what else is in it aside from tuna and pasta?

Namechange128 Sun 27-May-18 12:29:01

Sounds lovely! I'd always thought tuna reheating is fine so long as piping hot etc and only reheated once - and good for them to get fish at this age, for development and also to give them a taste for it.

kateandme Sun 27-May-18 17:07:23

I was told only to be careful before 6 months old.and even have a baby weaning book with tuna bake in it.
we have always done it.if you doing it in the mike a tip is to dapple it with water to help it not sinching and making it more saucy again.
I might only reheat once in the microwave.
we have had it out the freezer reheated and it went cold.and still ate the then cooled dish from the fridge.if that makes sense.but I think we always reheated it first.

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