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GirlOutNumbered Fri 08-Mar-13 07:57:07

We have a local baker whose bread contains no added 'extras', if you have one in town, go and ask. It's easier than baking your own.

SquidgersMummy Thu 07-Mar-13 12:16:35

We just use our normal brown shop bought bread. If they were having a slice or two the salt and fibre content would be problematic but dd just has a 'soldier' or two to nibble on and then scatter on the floor. Most mums do not have time to make bread winkx

Maebe Wed 06-Mar-13 14:12:26

We've always used brown/wholemeal, but pasta, rice etc is white so there isn't too much fibre. Depends what you have in your house, really? DD only has bread maybe twice a week so if we just bought white for her, it would be wasted, as frozen bread never seems to defrost that well for sandwiches.

Sparklesandglitter Mon 04-Mar-13 20:32:03

So is white homemade best?

Sparklesandglitter Mon 04-Mar-13 20:31:57

So is white homemade best?

DialMforMummy Mon 04-Mar-13 19:47:25

Home made. At least you know what's in it. Shop bought bread is full of crappy chemicals that really should not be in bread. With a bread maker, it takes seconds to make and it is cheaper.

ilovepowerhoop Mon 04-Mar-13 19:00:36

what sort of bread do you eat? I started with white and then moved to 50/50 or best of both with the occasional bit of wholemeal bread. A mix of white and wholegrain is recommended for babies/young children and a fully wholegrain diet isnt recommended before age 5.

Sparklesandglitter Mon 04-Mar-13 18:51:34

What is the best (healthiest) bread for weaning babies? Thanks smile

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