Biscuits For Baby

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baby teething biscuits
  1. Bake your favorite bread recipe (we used a whole wheat blueberry bread).
  2. Slice up loaf into sticks.
  3. Lay bread “sticks” onto cookie sheet.
  4. Put in over at 170°F, for about 1 hour. Then turn off the oven and let sit in the oven until sticks are crunchy throughout.
  5. Store in plastic bags!
baby blueberry biscuits

Simple, right? It was!  The whole wheat blueberry loaf I used was:

  • 3 TBL Brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup oil (such as grapeseed)
  • 1/4 cup honey (if you are serving to under 12 month old-use pure maple syrup)
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 TBL. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1 cup blueberries (I used frozen)

Blend all ingredients together.  Pour into greased loaf pan. Bake at 350°F for 45 minutes, or until knife comes out clean.

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Biscuits For Baby

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oh this sounds yummy! Made me think of an interesting point… since it is baked, shouldn’t any risk of botulism in the honey be gone? Honestly.. I don’t know enough about it.. I wasn’t making our own breads when my other kids were under 1, but I better read up on baking with honey! 🙂 Now I am curious how many commercial foods also advertised to babies are sweetened with corn syrup as opposed to sugar or HFCS..

I have a question: If the bread is going to be baked and “dried” out, is there still a need to mix in as much liquid (ie milk, oil) as the recipe states? Since all the moisture will be gone anyway.. just curious! 🙂 I’m guessing the flavour might be compromised, but will it really make much of a difference?

I have a 14 month old who loves crackers (she’s really only had Baby Mum Mum but she’s crazy about it) so I love this idea. But how would you suggest storing these for a few days? She obviously wouldn’t eat them all in a day or two. I was thinking if they were stored in a ziploc or tupperware type container they might go soft again but maybe you have a better idea since you’ve made this!

Emily: I actually never did try this when I had babies. I “Wish” I had! You bring up a good point about the biscuits might get soft. I don’t know! You’ll have to try it and see.
Cheryl: Because we made this to eat as bread AND dry some out, we wanted to leave the recipe as is.
Thanks for the link Deann. Good to know!

I can’t wait to try this with my 12 month old. He only seems to love foods he can feed himself but he eats A LOT! I’m so glad I stumbled across your blog. I’m always searching for new kid friendly recipes and I can’t wait to try yours.

These biscuits made with your blueberry bread are amazing! For one, the bread comes out soooo moist (I used frozen, unthawed blueberries) and then baking them as biscuits, wow. My 8 months little girl LOVES them! I mean, she eats stick after stick! I love this website. Am as I write making banana baby biscuits but using mango juice instead of apple juice which I didnt have!

Thanks so much for these healthy, simple ideas!!

Just wanted to add that my 8 month old already has 2 teeth on top and 3 on bottom which is ok. I baked them too much once and they were too hard although she sucked them till soft and still loved them. :o)

These biscuits made with your blueberry bread are amazing! For one, the bread comes out soooo moist (I used frozen, unthawed blueberries) and then baking them as biscuits, wow. My 8 months little girl LOVES them! I mean, she eats stick after stick! I love this website. Am as I write making banana baby biscuits but using mango juice instead of apple juice which I didnt have!

Thanks so much for these healthy, simple ideas!!

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I’d like to make the bread as I’ve a punnet of blueberries but don’t know how much a cup of whole wheat flour weighs! I have cups but I don’t like to use them for flour as weight varies from 125g-150g depending on how it is scooped. Thanks!

I haven’t weighed it before @Greenpeas. But I would start wtih 125g, and if it’s not too dry, add a touch more till your dough is the consistency you like it.

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