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Ella's Kitchen Wakey Wakey Porridge

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JackReacher Sat 31-Aug-13 22:35:04

Just a quick question
Has anyone tried making 'Ella's Kitchen Organic Wakey Wakey Porridge with Strawberry, Mango & Banana'
with water not milk?

It says on the packet use milk but just want any advise if water works with it too?

JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 01-Sep-13 09:02:36

Why don't you want to use milk jack?

JackReacher Sun 01-Sep-13 16:32:34

I'm still only breastfeeding and don't want to express while on holiday. Plus it's convenience for me really.
I milk feed as soon as baby wakes (a 7 month old) then 1 or 1:30hrs later he has porridge - I've just finished a Heinz product which you mix with water but saw the Ella one which is better (ie a stage 2) so just thinking of either sticking with the Heinz and add real fruit or go with the Ella?

noblegiraffe Sun 01-Sep-13 16:37:11

You can use cows milk in food and cereal, only not as a drink.

PoppyAmex Sun 01-Sep-13 16:37:44

You could still use cow's milk for cooking/cereal - I'm not an expert, but I b/f'ed too and can't think of single reason not to use normal milk in food (unless you have particular ethical reasons not to?)

PoppyAmex Sun 01-Sep-13 16:38:02

x-posts with giraffe

noblegiraffe Sun 01-Sep-13 16:38:49

Just make sure it's full fat milk and it will be fine.

JackReacher Sun 01-Sep-13 17:18:08

Does the milk have to be warmed ?

noblegiraffe Sun 01-Sep-13 17:30:34

For the porridge? I'd have thought warm porridge was nicer than cold. But in general, no. E.g. cold cows milk on Weetabix would be fine.

Dackyduddles Sun 01-Sep-13 17:36:58

I'd buy ready brek too. EK is expensive.

JackReacher Sun 01-Sep-13 17:48:05

Thanks everyone ! 😀

JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 01-Sep-13 20:14:42

I bf too and used ready brek with warmed full fat cows milk. As others have said, cows milk is fine in food from 6 months and ready brek is way cheaper.

Hope you have a great holiday smile

PoppyAmex Sun 01-Sep-13 21:15:23

I agree - the only "baby food" we buy is Ella's fruit pouches and I'm happy to pay for that, but their cereal is criminally expensive.

Like people said upthread, Weetabix or readybrek is a good choice.

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