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Kabrita Multigrain Porridge
Yes! Mainly because I know European products aren't afraid of using goat milk and spelt.
So, ever since my baby turned 4 months, people kept pushing me to give her rice cereal, even to include it in her breast milk. However, I'm highly against fillers and I wanted something with more nutrition, especially being that I made her food from home. We hardly ever bought anything packaged. So I decided to do oatmeal instead. I found out that she had a very hard time digesting it so we went away from oatmeal for a while and alongside nursing, I would just cook her regular fruits, eggs veggies, occasional bread. When I saw on Instagram that Kabrita was organic with no fillers, some oats, spelt, and goat milk, I was so intrigued. I knew that goat milk is a really good introduction for future milk, easy on the digestion and it's generally really healthy. So I ordered my first batch from Amazon. I was a bit nervous about her trying it...Nervous about the digestion but she loved it. It really was easily digestible. I also believe that it really helped the introduction of oatmeal into her diet. I found out about Kabrita when Elise was 8 months. My one regret? I didn't find out about it sooner. It really is a blank canvas for other foods. You can mix it with fruits, veggies and, eggs, even nut butter. We love it. It's a staple in our home.
The only puffs we've ever had are homemade ones. She had some veggie chips a while ago and a little bit of pea flour Cheerios. I'm interested in them because she's at that stage where she loves snacks. It would be awesome to take it on the go and the added protein from goat cheese is a HUGE plus.
She eats the porridge at least 3 times a week and loves it.
It's a general breakfast starter for her. Very comforting and cozy. I can drink my coffee and give her her porridge before the busy-ness of the day takes over.
Yes, tolerance to oats and even other dairy products like cheese. Nothing medical though.
The wonderful ingredients. I use oats and spelt in general baking and goat cheese. So I know what's in it.