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what age for scrambled eggs?

(6 Posts)
geranium Sat 16-Apr-05 18:51:14

Can anyone tell me at what age can babies/toddlers eat scrambled eggs and also ommelettes as oppose to the hard boiled eggs recommended for the very young?

Twiglett Sat 16-Apr-05 19:01:41

if your baby can take egg white then there is no reason not to give well cooked scrambled eggs or ommelettes


(they say a year for egg, but I think that's for introducing egg whites)

vicdubya Sat 16-Apr-05 19:05:32

Ds has been having well cooked scrambled & omelettes since about 10 months.

He loves them.

Seona1973 Sat 16-Apr-05 19:42:53

Annabel Karmel says you can give well cooked eggs from 6-9 months and soft cooked eggs e.g. scrambled egg from 12 months

geranium Sun 17-Apr-05 08:55:23

That's great. Thanks. I'll certainly being doing scrambled eggs in the future. I've been looking for quick, nutritious dishes.

lunarx Fri 22-Apr-05 20:24:10

i tried ds on scrambled eggs with cheese at 9.5 months, he likes them fairly well...eats them better when i have some too!

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