Heinz Farley's Rusks Reduced Sugar Reviews
Product Type: Heinz food products
Description:Brand: Heinz / Age: 4 months / 18 reduced sugar original rusks. Biscuits for babies and toddlers.
Newest Review: ... her dinner in the evening such as a yogurt, custard or a rusk biscuit and fruit. There is no doubt that if you try a rusk ... more
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Customer Heinz Farley's Rusks Reduced Sugar Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 578 readings)
Farley's Rusks are simply delicious, not just for the little ones but for all ages! - Heniz Farley's Rusks - ___________________ They are a round biscuit designed to help 4-6 month old babies to wean. The Rusk is plain in colour, like your average digestive and around the same size, if not a little bigger and thicker. On the outside they look like a crunchy biscuit, maybe something you wouldn't give to a baby with no teeth! But once you place it into your mouth they begin to melt making them very easy to swallow. Obviously I had to try the Rusks first to make sure they were fine! Using the Rusks as a first ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I like to make as much of my daughters food myself as possible, however there are certain things I buy simply because I do not have the time to make them from scratch such as they rusk biscuits. I have come across various recipes in the weaning books suggesting making your own rusks, but to be honest, I can't see myself ever making them, when I could just buy the farley's range. I tend to keep rusks in the house for two reasons. Firstly, I have a little snack pack of rusks that I like to carry in the my bag for my baby girl to suck on if we are out and about and she is hungry. Secondly, I tend to give my daughter some form of dessert after her dinner in the evening . Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/08 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Farleys Rusks....how brilliant!! When my mum first recommended giving my child rusks i didnt know what to think, i had not really heard of these before but she was adamant that they were really good. My baby first started to reject his milk at quite a young age as he wanted food instead, he would simply push the bottle out of his mouth and would gargle it, I knew he needed his milk and therefore needed an option to get his milk into his body sneakily!! This is when i tried the rusks, i broke them down with the rest of his milk and make it into a 'cereal' type mixture. He loved it. After a few months he was well on his way with food, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
For anyone that regularly reads my reviews they will know that I have no kids but recently I have come into heavy contact with these. My first instance with them was actually due to me having very bad ill health. I have no problem in admitting that I have an eating disorder and was struggling to keep anything down me at all and it was actually my Doctor that told me to try these out! Then I looked after my friends son who had a box of the very same rusks as me and so I fed them to him too! The Packaging: Light peachy coloured box and the front and the back of the box are pretty much identical to look at. I'm told they are Heinz Farleys Rusks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Farley's rusks are a staple food in my house, as I've got 3 children aged 9 months, 2 and a half and 4. For anyone that had these a a child, they tast and smell pretty much the same as they always did, sweet and comforting. I personally buy the reduced sugar ones in an attempt to keep my kids sugar intake down, I can't say it affects the taste of the rusk - they taste fine to me. I love the versatility of rusks. They can be eaten on their own as a fairly subtantial biscuit, mashed in with milk, or my personal favourite, mashed in with banana to make a kind of porridge that all of my children have loved. I have given rusks to all of my children from about ... Read the complete review
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