Homemade Multigrain Baby Cereal Recipe (Baby Porridge)
The homemade multigrain porridge is wholesome cereal recipe that is packed with nutrients for your baby.
The homemade multigrain porridge is wholesome cereal recipe that is packed with nutrients for your baby. It's such a versatile cereal recipe, that as your baby grows you can change the coarseness of the cereal and what more you, as an adult can have it too. The addition of brown rice, ragi, barley, and oats into the porridge makes it wholesome and packed with fiber and nutrients that is super good for your growing baby.
Note: Most babies will start “solid” foods between the ages of 4 - 6 months. Check with your pediatrician before starting solid foods.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Baby food recipes such as
- 100 grams Brown Rice
- 100 grams Instant Oats (Oatmeal)
- 50 grams Ragi Seeds
- 50 grams Barley (seeds)
How to make Homemade Multigrain Baby Cereal Recipe (Baby Porridge)
To begin making the Homemade Multigrain Baby Cereal Recipe (Baby Porridge) first get all the ingredients ready. You can use the wide grinder jar of your mixer grinder and blend the above grains into a fine to coarse powder.
If this is going to be for babies between 4 to 6 months, then grind it into a fine powder and if above, then make the baby cereal powder coarser. Adjust the consistency of the powder
To make the baby cereal, start with 2 tablespoons at a time when giving to a baby, as the cereals increase in quantity after its cooked.
Place 2 tablespoons of the homemade baby cereal powder in a saucepan, use 1/2 cup of water and cook the cereal until it becomes a thick porridge. Ensure to keep stirring continuously as you are making the porridge to avoid lumps.
Once the baby cereal is cooked, allow it to cool down a bit and then stir in some breast milk to adjust the consistency and give the cereal a good taste
Serve the Homemade Multigrain Baby Cereal to the babies of all age group and even toddlers. Make some extra for yourself and get your breakfast to be wholesome as well, along with some fruits.
Note: The recipe makes 300 grams of cereal. Store the cereal in an air tight container in the refrigerator, so it stays fresh for a longer time.
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