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I've made Broccoli and Stilton soup and wondered if my 20 month old could have it for supper? Thanks
I'd be a bit cautious. You're very lucky if your 20 month old will eat it, no?!!!Does it have loads in it? If just a touch of cheese, sure it's fine. But wait for soemone else to tell you. I offered this at 1.5 ish and he spat the teeny bit he'd eaten out!
well, it didn't occur to me not to, so my (then) 14 month old scoffed crackers and stilton, and is still living 1 year on...and still likes strong cheese but not stilton so much any more...
I thought that they could have any cheese once they are one. Also if it is cooked, does that not mean that the bacteria is dead anyway???
Thanks - he loved it
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