Dairylea triangles

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  1. rheannymac

    rheannymac Well-Known Member

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    Can I give them to Harry? I was gonna just mix one through some carrot, parsnip & turnip mash just to give some extra flavour but wasn't sure if he's allowed them? Would I be able to give him one to just eat on its own? He's 7 & a bit months xxx
     
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    tiaflame Well-Known Member

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    I gave one to k last week and he had a runny bum afterwards lol. Xx


     
  3. busymummy

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    I've given them to Logan quite a few times and he's been fine x
     
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    I gave livvi some toast with a bit of one spread on it. She was fine. I was worried about the sale but i think mine ahad 0.3g in it so would be ok x
     
  5. rheannymac

    rheannymac Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies. I got the "light" ones so there's less fat & salt in them.
    I think ill have a go and put some through his mash and see how we get on!
     
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    I gave Aaron one the other day - there was less eating and more smearing! :lol:
     
  7. kerrie89

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    I didnt think about the fat....oopsie
     
  8. tweetyfoo

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    Babies having full fat stuff is perfectly fine :D
     
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    Babies don't need low fat anything like us adults. They should have full fat blue milk, cheese etc as they need and use the fat for growth and development x
     
  10. rheannymac

    rheannymac Well-Known Member

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    I put half a one in his mash, but the texture of the mash was very lumpy as the vegs didn't mash well so he didn't eat it. I think ill give him a wee bit of one tomorrow on its own Cos he seemed to like the wee smear he licked off my finger :) xxx
     
  11. kerrie89

    kerrie89 Well-Known Member

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    I knew that they needed full fat milk which is why i didnt get the light cheese

    I might try mixing it with her purees too...good idea x
     
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    was wondering this too. No chance of choking on that!

    i have been adding butter to nearly all her food to make it smoother, so could do with something else to try!
     
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    I've gave them to w. he just makes a mess. But it's funny watching him eating them and licking his hands xx
     

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