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Cereal pancakes can be the perfect breakfast for a weaning baby. They are rich in minerals and fiber, which can keep your little one full and happy for an extended period; plus, added fruits are a great source of vitamins!
Pancakes are a great option if you want to upgrade your baby's regular porridge and help your baby get used to different textures and finger foods. Did you know allowing your little one to feed themselves also helps improves hand-eye coordination? That's right! With baby pancakes, you can nourish your child while supporting their fine motor skills.
Organic's Best Healthy Cereal Pancake Recipe 🥞
I think we're all too familiar with the fact that sometimes, toddlers get tired of certain foods seemingly out of the blue, leading to unused boxes of baby food in the pantry. Well, rather than letting boxes of baby cereal collect dust in your cupboard or go to waste, we have a solution for you. Here's an easy recipe for healthy baby cereal pancakes that are also freezer-friendly! That means you can prepare them in bulk and pull out as many frozen ones as you need in the morning. These pancakes are made to turn out a little denser than regular ones, which is an excellent exercise for your baby's new teeth!
* To help your child get used to different flavors you can experiment with the spices.
Mix the ingredients together. Stir until well combined and an even pancake consistency is reached.
Cook on the stovetop in a frying pan like any other regular pancakes.
Use a spoon to pour the batter into the pan. This will help keep the portion sizes smaller so you won't have to cut them later on.
Cool, serve, and enjoy!
Try out our baby cereal pancakes and let us know on Instagram or Facebook what you think of them!
Please be aware that this recipe is not suitable for all babies as it contains allergens such as eggs, milk, dairy, gluten, and fruit. This recipe is not suitable for babies under 6 months of age as it is intended for babies who have already safely begun an age-appropriate weaning diet. If you have any concerns about whether or not this recipe is appropriate for your child, please consult your pediatrician before trying these pancakes.
Breastfeeding is the best nutrition for your baby because breast milk provides your child with all the essential nutrients they need for growth and development. Please consult your pediatrician if your child requires supplemental feeding.
Dr. Agustina Fernandez earned her medical degree from the prestigious Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. With a deep-rooted passion for pediatrics, Dr. Fernandez is currently on the path to specializing in children's healthcare. Recently, she has delved into the vital field of infant nutrition. Her research interests include breastfeeding, infant formula, and baby food in little ones’ formative years. Dr. Fernandez's commitment to this area of study underscores her dedication to ensuring the health and well-being of children from their earliest days.