freezing porridge

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  1. Hypnorm

    Hypnorm Well-Known Member

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    Weird question but does any one know whether you can freeze porridge?
    rusks aren't enough for him in the morning now as a breakfast and i was going too start giving him porridge and cream it - but i wanted to do a batch so i don't have to faff in the morning...lazy i know!!

    Any help would be recieved grately
     
  2. stephlw25

    stephlw25 Well-Known Member

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    Jamie loves his porridge in the morning! i make it will his formula so it fills him up more.... i get the heinz baby oat porridge...really simple just add cooled boiled water. Not sure about freezing it but just wanted to let you know it doesnt take long to make!!
     
  3. Hypnorm

    Hypnorm Well-Known Member

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    thanks.

    I have to be careful what i give Ewan in jars as some of the heinz stuff really makes him puke..don't know why but he just doesn't get on with it.

    also we are trying to stay gluten free for a yr as my F.I.L is a coeliac (gluten intolerant) so i have some gluten free porridge for him and i am making all his meals.
     
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    maybe if u put the dry porridge into a blender so it becomes a finer powder you cud then maybe make it up like we do with the baby ones, as they are fine powder based ones?

    if that made sense?
     
  5. xSuzx

    xSuzx Well-Known Member

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    Hi there

    I've never froze porridge before.

    But I've just had a look and I've found this website http://www.cookingforchildren.co.uk/porridge.htm it's a porridge recipe and says that it's suitable for freezing.

    also has some other great baby and toddler recipes

    xSuzx
     

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