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Southerngal32 Tue 11-Feb-14 19:22:52

My ds is 8 months old and after a slow start eating is going really well.

However, the only issue is breakfast! He won't eat toast ( wont even put it in his mouth) he wont eat porridge, or weetabix. He has a probable egg allergy so can't have them either!

At the moment he either has a yoghurt or banana but would really like some other options.

Any ideas, greatfully received!

SweetPeaPods Tue 11-Feb-14 19:24:23

Ds wouldn't eat weetabix etc but will eat ellas kitchen porridge. There is a couple but the one with strawberries is his favourite, he loves it. A friend has recommended shreddies but ds wasn't keen.
We have also tried eggy bread, toasted muffin, and crumpets.

SweetPeaPods Tue 11-Feb-14 19:24:44

Sorry ignore the eggy bread part!

FamiliesShareGerms Tue 11-Feb-14 19:30:49

Cheerios? They stick to the spoon nicely, and some own brand ones are pretty good re low salt / sugar levels

Brugmansia Tue 11-Feb-14 20:51:50

Or shreddies. Tesco own ones filled with fruit have only trace level of salt. I used to soften them slightly in milk and then give them to ds individually. He loved the blueberry ones.

Southerngal32 Tue 11-Feb-14 21:01:00

Thank you! There's some good ideas here we will try

JiltedJohnsJulie Wed 12-Feb-14 08:10:14

Beans and sausage?

chickabilla Wed 12-Feb-14 08:15:32

DD loves puffed wheat. It is like sugar puffs but with nothing added, just wheat. They can go soft in milk and she likes to pick them up herself. Not all supermarkets do it but we can normally get in in sainsburys or Morrisons. Ellas kitchen and boots do baby versions of cheerios too. DD won't eat 'sloppy' breakfast.

Woodifer Thu 13-Feb-14 22:32:39

Those mini shredded wheats are quite good for picking up when been softened a bit in milk. The fruit ones are nice too (though obviously sugar).

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