Boiled Egg With Salt And Pepper Recipe - Finger Food For Babies Above 9 Months
Boiled Eggs are protein packed evening snacks for your toddler / baby who's over 9 months - Make them bite sized and let your toddler /baby snack them away.
Boiled Eggs are excellent protein packed snacks for toddlers that can keep them full for a long time. The soft texture of the hard boiled egg makes for the perfect snack as toddlers can chew on even without any teeth, the gums are sufficient to eat them.
Eggs are complete protein foods and consumption of one egg a day provides toddlers with the protein that is needed for the entire day. Eggs contain Choline that is essential for brain development, and Vitamin D that is essential for calcium absorption into your baby's body.
Serve these boiled egg pieces to your toddler who is above 9 months as a healthy evening snack or as a meal
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- 1 Whole Egg
- 2 cups Water
- Salt and Pepper , a pinch
How to make Boiled Egg With Salt And Pepper Recipe - Finger Food For Babies Above 9 Months
To begin making Boiled Egg with Salt and Pepper for the baby or toddler, make sure to pick the freshest of eggs for preparing this finger food.
On a saucepan, add 2 cups of water and bring it to a brisk boil.
Place the egg into the boiling water and leave it there for 10 minutes. Turn off the flame.
Drain the hot water and place the egg in cold water. Crack the skin of the boiled egg open.
Cut the boiled egg into bite size pieces and sprinkle some salt and pepper on top of the slices egg pieces and serve it to your baby/ toddler.
Serve these boiled egg pieces to your baby/ toddler who is above 9 months as a healthy evening snack or as a meal.