Plum Baby Baby Porridge - 4 Grain Reviews
Product Type: Plum food products
Description:Brand: Plum / Age: 4 months
Newest Review: ... to new flavours, which this isnt going to offer, so I wouldnt imagine you buying more than a couple of boxes before moving ... more
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Customer Plum Baby Baby Porridge - 4 Grain Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 291 readings)
I have much practice in weaning babies, I have had three after all. Unfortunately none of them have been easy weaners and afetr having my third I think I have found out why! Baby Rice, the traditional firts weaning food looks and tastes like wall-paper paste. If this was going to be my first taste of nything solid it would put me off too! So after stuggling through with my two boys, when I had my daughter I spotted the 'Plum' range in my local Boots (I have also seen it in Sainsbury's and Tesco's too). I had a Advantage card voucher which would give me lots of extra points if I spent £15 or more on baby products, so being a points-a-holic I decided to give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I bought this porridge when Sainsburys had a 1/3 off baby event as without the special offer it is very pricey. However Plum are a brand that I trust to use natural products and produce something that will be very good for my baby so I felt it was worth a bit extra. I started my son with it from about 6 months. I made it by warming milk then mixing in the porridge to the desired consistency and then adding a fruit puree cube out of the freezer for added flavour. When I was on holiday I made it with boiled water as I didn't have the facility to store or heat milk and it was fine but obviously doesn't have as many nutrients as if you make it with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 250 readings)
I bought this product as a breakfast cereal for my little boy and he seems to like it. I bought it from my local Booths supermarket and it cost £2.99 so it is more pricey than your average cow and gate baby breakfast cereal. You get 175g of dry porridge in a bag. To make it you add water and milk (100ml to 15 g of porridge) and I usually just pop it in the microwave for a bit but you could just use warm milk from a bottle if you wanted. It's up to you how much you give your child. My little boy has been eating it since about 7 months and is now on 4 coffee scoops worth of dry porridge. Plum porridge uses only natural ingrediants with no nasties added. ... Read the complete review
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