Collection: Baby Cereals


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For a New Mom

What to select from Nutreat Collection (age-wise)

  • Age wise:  

              6th Month: Annaprasana Premix, Ragi Almond, Ragi Moong, Aged Rice Cashew, Instant Kichadi Premix. 

              7th Month: Uggu stage-1, Baby rice, Sari, 

              8-10th Months: Uggu Stage-2, Ragi Walnut, Ragi Bhog, Ukkiri. 

             11th Month: Sathumaavu, Protein Lite, Apricot baby cereal.

             12th Month: Protein rich, Nutri-28, Nutreat Kids and Kids Brown.

Any recipe is totally safe after 8th month, however we recommend to check your family history, baby responding to the ingredients and baby's digestion.

How to Cook A Baby Cereal Perfectly

Introducing your baby to solid foods is a delightful milestone, and making the perfect baby cereal and porridge is key. Not only does it need to be nutritious, but it should also cater to your baby's age and tastes. In this blog, we'll show you how to prepare these wholesome dishes, complete with measurements, the use of ghee, suitable veggies, and a touch of salt or jaggery.

1. Baby Cereal: A Healthy Start

Video Instructions

Ingredients:
- 1 tablespoon of baby cereal
- 50ml of water or milk

Instructions:
1. Base Preparation: Begin by measuring one tablespoon of baby cereal and place it in a clean bowl.

2. Liquid Choice: Decide between 50ml of water or milk, depending on your baby's preferences and dietary needs.

3. Mix Thoroughly: Gradually add the chosen liquid to the baby cereal. Stir it thoroughly to ensure a smooth consistency.

4. Cooking:  Cook the mixture on a stovetop. Heat it over low to medium heat, stirring continuously for 3-4 minutes until it thickens. 

5. Veggies (Optional): To enhance the nutritional value, you can add finely chopped and steamed vegetables suitable for your baby's age, like carrots, peas, or sweet potatoes.

6. Customization: For added flavor, experiment with a touch of ghee, rock salt, or jaggery. Ensure that any additional ingredients are suitable for your baby's age and dietary requirements.

7. Serving: Transfer the prepared baby cereal to a baby-friendly bowl like silver or steel bowls. Allow it to cool to a safe temperature before serving to your little one.
2. Baby Porridge: Delicious and Nutritious

Ingredients:
- 2 tablespoons of baby cereal
- 100ml of water or milk

Instructions:
1. Porridge Base: Start by measuring two tablespoons of baby cereal and place it in a clean bowl.

2. Choose Your Liquid: Decide between 100ml of water or milk based on your baby's preferences and dietary needs.

3. Mix Thoroughly: Gradually add the selected liquid to the baby cereal. Stir the mixture thoroughly to achieve a creamy consistency.

4. Cooking: As with baby cereal, you can cook the porridge on a stovetop. Heat it over low to medium heat, stirring continuously until it thickness.

5. Vegetables (Optional): Just like with baby cereal, you can enhance the nutritional value by introducing suitable vegetable puree during cooking.

6. Fruit Flair (Optional): For extra sweetness and nutrients, consider adding mashed or pureed fruits such as banana, apple, or pear.

7. Serve: Transfer the prepared baby porridge to a baby-friendly bowl, allowing it to cool to a safe temperature before serving.


Preparing the perfect baby cereal and porridge is all about balancing nutrition, flavor, and your baby's age. Experiment with ingredients and customization to make mealtime a delightful experience for your little one, all while ensuring they get the nutrients they need.

Feeding Your Baby: Indian Foods Made Easy

Hey there, new moms! Congrats on your adorable bundle of joy. Now, it's time to dive into the world of baby food, and don't worry, we've got your back. We're going to make this fun and easy, all while introducing some delicious Indian flavors.

6 Months: Baby's First Bites

At around 6 months, it's time to venture into the exciting realm of solids. Start simple to spot any allergies. Here are some easy Indian options:

- *Rice Cereal with a Twist:* Make a creamy rice porridge with a hint of cow ghee – a nutritious and familiar taste. You can add Toor dal or Moong dal to this recipe.

- *Mashed Bananas:* Sweet, smooth, and full of potassium, mashed bananas are a great starter.

- *Dal Water Delight:* Moong dal (green gram) water is not only nutritious but also easy on those tiny tummies.

7-8 Months: Expanding Horizons

As your baby gets comfy with solids, let's add variety:

- *Khichdi Magic:* Introduce your baby to the wonderful world of khichdi, a mix of rice and lentils. Toss in some finely chopped veggies for extra goodness.

- *Rockin' Ragi Porridge:* Ragi porridge with a sprinkle of cow ghee makes a fantastic, nutritious choice.

- *Homemade Cerelac:* Blend rice, lentils, and powdered dry fruits for a homemade cerelac packed with nutrients.

9-10 Months: Adding Texture

Babies at this stage are ready for some texture in their lives:

- *Veggie Upma Adventure:* Try some semolina-based upma with a medley of veggies for a delightful crunch.

- *Dosa Discovery:* Soft dosas filled with mild potato goodness are sure to excite those taste buds.

- *Idli Indulgence:* Soft and gentle, idlis are a South Indian favorite.


11-12 Months: Transition to Toddlerhood


Now your baby is almost a toddler! Bring on some exciting dishes:

- *Roti and Sabzi Swirl:* Soft chapatis or rotis with a mild veggie curry – a classic and healthy combo.

- *Pongal Power:* A comforting dish made from rice and lentils, spiced up with a little black pepper.

- *Sweet Potato Surprise:* Don't forget to introduce the magic of sweet potatoes. They're packed with vitamins and taste great mashed or baked.

**Some useful Tips:**

- **Allergies:** Introduce new foods one at a time to spot any allergies or sensitivities.

- **Texture Fun:** Adjust food consistency to match your baby's preferences. Some like it thick, some like it runny! This improves their cognitive skills as well.

- **Cow Ghee Goodness:** A dollop of cow ghee not only adds flavor but also provides essential fats and vitamins.

- **Sweet Potato Treat:** Sweet potatoes are a fantastic source of nutrition, and your baby will love them.


- **Portion Control:** Don't measure  but  follow their cues for hunger and fullness.

Conclusion
Feeding your baby with Indian foods is a delightful journey that introduces them to a world of flavors. Remember, every baby is unique, and it's all about having fun and being flexible. Don't forget to talk to your pediatrician for personalized advice, and enjoy these precious moments with your little one. Happy feeding, and here's to many more yummy adventures together!