Boots Baby Organic Vegetable Stock Cubes Reviews
Product Type: Boots food products
Newest Review: ... the Boots version which I then picked up a couple of weeks ago. These Boots Baby Organic Stock CUbes cost £1.55 for a pack ... more
Customer Boots Baby Organic Vegetable Stock Cubes Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/03/12 (Very useful, 128 readings)
With my 7 month old daughter on three solid meals a day, I continue to make batches of homemade food for her and freeze them in batches. I like to follow many of the recipes in the Annabel Karmel and Lorraine Kelly weaning books but as I am making more meals for my daughter rather than purees I need to use stock in some of the recipes. Some of the books suggest making your own stock from scratch but to be honest, with a baby, I really don't have the time or inclination to do so. So, I began looking around for a low salt stock that I could use for making my baby's meals. My first try were the Heinz baby vegetable stock cubes which were low salt but lacked any taste ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I had high hopes for these stock cubes but found them very disappointing. They do, indeed, have reduced salt, which is vital for babies ad children (and pretty darn important for the rest of us too!) but I found that they had so little flavour that they left my soup and stew far blander than usual. All of us like tasty food - who doesn't - and our daughter prefers things with good flavour just as we do. She likes nice stews, curry, soup and so on so I bought these with that in mind but soon gave up on them. The remainder are sat in our cupboard. Honestly you're better off chopping up a carrot, some celery and an onion and frying them in a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 327 readings)
Added salt is a big no-no for babies' food. Obviously, their diet must contain some salt as it is needed to maintain the electrolyte balance in the body, but too much can be extremely harmful. It is rare, but sadly not unheard of for babies to die from an overdose of salt as a result of being given foods which are not age-appropriate, such as gravy, breakfast cereals and adult meals which have had salt added during cooking. The recommended maximum salt intake for a baby under one year is less than 1g, which is the amount contained in two slices of bread. As both breastmilk and formula milk - being complete foods for this age group - contain the correct amount ... Read the complete review
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