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When to wean your baby onto solid food? And how to do it? Read (purée-splattered) tips from other Mumsnetters
We are stuck in a lunch rut and I'm wondering about giving DS some quiche occasionally. I don't make my own, 'tis Waitrose.Any thoughts?
No problem. DS has always like choosing from the deli counter stuff too if you fancy some experimentation.
ooh that's a good idea.He is very good at trying new things, the only thing we seem to get a bit stuck with is oily fish.
My lot all love quiche and have had it from a year old. It is a bit salty but ok if it is not every day I am sure! It's great as can be cooked from frozen - hurrah!
Egg the one I have isn't too salty, only 0.2g for the amount that DS would have. He is sat next to me now happily munching through a slice, he is making his yummy noise so I think we have a hit here!
excellent idea, thank you!!
Have you tried fish pate ? The sort where smoked fish is blended with soft cheese ? DS was very keen on it at that age.If you feel poncey, sushi goes down very well too
ooh yes, quiche and frittata and that sort of thing goes down a storm with my just-one DS - as does smoked mackerel pate of the sort CMOT describes.
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