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Baby Pasta anyone - can't seem to find a thread on it!

(17 Posts)
Tinker Fri 21-Jan-05 13:14:07

Anyone??????

lulupop Sat 22-Jan-05 15:09:30

not sure exactly what you want to know, but if it's just where to get tiny pasta for babies, try the de Cecco range. They do tiny alfabetti pasta.

I only discovered this after months of spoending 99p a go for a tiny packet of Baby Organix pasta - the de Cecco is the same stuff but about five times as much for the same price!

I get it from the local Italian shop.

KateandtheGirls Sat 22-Jan-05 15:09:56

OK, that's enough.

Newbarnsleygirl Sat 22-Jan-05 15:13:45

I think it's Farleys that do mini pasta stars and apparently Tesco have started to do pasta for babies.

Fran1 Sat 22-Jan-05 15:31:14

Do you mean just tiny pasta? You can buy mini dried pasta shapes in all supermarkets. I use them for soups and things.

poppy101 Mon 24-Jan-05 19:29:48

Where did you pay 99p for Baby Organix pasta ? Where can I get this from ?

paolosgirl Mon 24-Jan-05 19:51:19

I'm sure this was a thread just like this one...now, I wonder if the archives would help??!!!!! Seriously, I think Boots do one called star pasta.

Hulababy Mon 24-Jan-05 19:52:22

In Waitrose they do a range of Peter Rabbit baby/toddler food. They do two types of baby pasta - one is animal shapes (I think) and one is fussili (sp???)

leahbump Mon 24-Jan-05 19:54:45

tesco do really tiny little pasta bowes...tiny tiny ones..in our local tesco metro store...try tesco!

MUD Mon 24-Jan-05 19:57:56



Tinker <<<wags finger>>> naughty Tink

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Mon 24-Jan-05 20:12:44

Sainsburys do a very small pasta called conchigliette. I give this to my DTs and have done for the past couple of months.

Tinker Mon 24-Jan-05 20:16:22

It was Friday! It was in the heat of that thread. Well, 2 hours after ff had done same. I thought I was being hugely amusing.





Lucycat Mon 24-Jan-05 20:17:18

The Tesco mini bows are very cute too. DD2 (aged 20 mths) doesn't even bother to chew them, just swallows them whole - either she's a gannet or my cooking's terrible

Lucycat Mon 24-Jan-05 20:19:12

Eh? Tink have I been in some sort of timewarp - I thought I'd seen something similar then thought I'd dreamt it, so added my twopenneth

Marula Mon 24-Jan-05 20:23:55

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Marula Mon 24-Jan-05 20:25:21

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Lucycat Mon 24-Jan-05 20:28:44

I'll get my coat off to buy baby pasta

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