Heinz Farley's Pure Baby Rice Reviews
Product Type: Heinz food products
Newest Review: ... was so bland he ate it but not very convincingly and we moved onto other products but after a visit to the health visitor I ... more
Customer Heinz Farley's Pure Baby Rice Reviews (4)
by - written on 04/05/11 (Very useful, 94 readings)
When I decided to start weaning my son I was advised to purchase baby porridge and baby rice as it was still fairly familiar to baby as it would require formula to mix it up. I purchased Heinz First Food pure baby rice mainly because it was a well known name and I was happy that I would be offering the best to my baby. When he was just 18 weeks old we started him off with a taste on the tip of a spoon and as the taste was so bland he ate it but not very convincingly and we moved onto other products but after a visit to the health visitor I was advised to return to the baby rice but to experiment a bit more. To make the baby rice it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
It's a sign that All Is Not Well in any mother's life when she finds herself standing in the kitchen shouting 'STOP GOING LUMPY!' at a bowl of powdered rice. A small irritation in the grand scheme of things perhaps, but when you have a baby yelling for his tea in the background, lumpy rice is the last thing you need. I'd chosen this rice because it is fortified with vitamins and minerals (it also has no artificial colours or preservatives, but this is pretty standard for baby rice so it isn't really a reason to choose this one over any other). It seemed simple enough to make - put some powder in a bowl, add milk, mix and presto! A smooth, tasteless puree that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Heinz baby rice is a mixture of Pure Baby Rice with vitamins and minerals. The rice is in a powdered format in a non-resealable foil bag inside cardboard packaging. I used this product when starting to wean my son and initially mixed it with expressed breast milk or fomula. The instructions gave a rough guideline as to the proportions to use initially, although this made the rice barely thicker than his usual milk and very difficult to spoon. As we progressed with his weaning, I made the rice thicker. I found it difficult to mix as the fine powder is prone to clumping and formed lumps, which I had to fish out before giving it to my son. You also have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09 (Useful, 51 readings)
I first started giving Heinz baby rice to my son when he was seventeen weeks old (the earliest recommended age to start weaning) and it was the first food that he had ever tried. You mix the baby rice with your baby's normal milk, whether it be breast milk or formula milk. I first gave him only a few teaspoons full and he seemed to like it, it is quite bland and does not taste of much, however, this is ideal as a first weaning food. After a week of giving him a few teaspoons, I started to mix it with other food, for example, banana or apple and it was definately useful to introduce him to other foods. I have now bought a book on baby purees and some days I still use . Read the complete review
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