Also made weight gain and was disappointed supposed to keep you full did not left you empty. I give my lo ready break & she wolfs that down but won’t touch baby porridge. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! THere’s no added salt or sugar, it’s packed with calcium, Vitamins D and B12, plus you know it will keep their tummies full for a good few hours. Hopefully it’ll keep him more full! #bigpinklink. X. I had no idea ready brek is better, I'll definitely be using that in future!! I reckon I can get on board with kids food haha xx. It can be tough for your firstborn to find your arms — and lap — occupied by the new baby all the time. Saves me having to go buy oats , Your email address will not be published. I want to run out now, buy some Ready Brek and give it a go. Only files 8MB or smaller of the following types are supported: JPEG, PNG, GIF. Im sure i used to give my 1st baby oats made with her formula milk from an early age but i cant really remember. This recipe is completely fool proof and also a lovely one for the children to help out with. Just so you know, we may earn a commission if you buy something we’ve linked to here. Keeping these in mind to make with Max as I know he’d love them (breakfast is the only meal he really loves) and they sound so simple to make. These look lovely x #bigpinklink, Yes definitely! I think that’s why my children wont eat it, you can make it really tasty with added ingredients! xx. Just me then that remember the advert ? I love how many different ways you can use Ready Brek. I’ve never been a fan of porridge even though I know how filling it is so these are perfect as an alternative! Good for you but like a lot that are good for you with vitamins of D, K, P and calcium for bones was very unpalatable and would not use it for wall paper even. Thanks for being my fabby co-host this week. They sound great for taking out and about to footy training, swimming etc too #BigPinkLink, Hah they are really tasted Charlie, and they fit perfectly in your handbag…! I made ready brek with some of her formula milk. They look amazing! I use his formula milk. was on a diet of all sorts of adult foods not just Ready Brek that's where the salt came from, not the cereal. xx. What a yummy recipe and perfect for baby led weaning as well! The only issue we have, and this is quite a big one, is that my children refuse to eat porridge. I loved Ready Brek as a kid. These days ready brek & weetabix are pretty low in salt & perfectly fine to give to a baby over 6mths. 3 Comment . Hope this helps _____ Tue Apr 04, 2006 1:34 pm: rubyred. what a lovely lunch box idea and I love your photos – very beautiful. Ready Brek is great for kids who don’t like lumpy porridge or just prefer a smoother consistency. (After 1yo of course!) You should always seek professional advice relevant to your particular set of circumstances. Ahh you too Helen, I was a little bit star struck to be honest, you are ridiculously beautiful!!!! We love Ready Brek here! You are passing a message to a BabyCenter staff member. Press the oat mix down into the dish with the back of the spoon and cook in the microwave for 2 minutes on high. 1 decade ago. Sound delicious. Ready Brek can be either in the microwave or on the hob. Add the ground oats, stirring frequently until properly combined. He should have eaten 18000g ready break to get that 18g salt in his little body. These are great! Comments from original poster (2) Comments from original poster (2) Load more . Get expert guidance from the world's #1 pregnancy and parenting resource, delivered via email, our apps, and website. Posted 10/12/2013 . ready brek . I love a bit of faux cake for breakfast haha! No added salt or sugar in ready brek Gemma xx. xx, They sound really good and perfect for lunch boxes. They are so easy Sophia and really yummy too! I shared this photo as a, Throwing it back to the end of October for #throwb, #Ad As a child my absolute favourite toy I ever ha, I’ve sat here for the last ten minutes trying to, #Ad Every year at this time I get ridiculously exc, Anyone else feel like they’re just waiting aroun, #Ad With many of our Christmas plans cancelled thi, ad As a parent I have always been very careful to, ad/gifted Thanks to @kids_around these three are a, #Ad Anyone living in the North West will tell you, Yay for the weekend!! (Perhaps Garreth will actually eat something). Indeed, Ready Brek … You’ve inspired me to finally make some! Prepare your child for the fact that you're going to have to hold the new baby a lot at first. Oooh these look amazing – I always think of Ready Brek as being so plain and boring but these look brilliant! I’d definitely be eating a bowl of the stuff for some comforting tonight if we had any in. xx. xxx. Health Visitors and Nursery Nurses are recommending Ready Brek, the salt is LESS than 0.1g in 100g product. I’ve never tried Readybreak but will have to give it a go x, They are lovely Nadia! Flapjacks, muffins, smoothies…it’s fab! Bars are quick and easy though when you are trying to get everyone else ready for the day! Thanks so much for linking up with #KCACOLS. Get your kids fuelled up with bowl of Ready Brek! * Stand for 1 minute before serving. Recipes. Ber50awx. Tue Apr 04, 2006 12:30 pm: lancs. #bigpinklink, I made them Heather, I’m not sure if Ready Brek is available over seas or not. It’s only ever been toast or pancakes for her and she gets a bit bored. Win! They make great snacks Kim, and obviously for us too…! Lv 5. #KCACOLS, They are lovely, the kids really enjoy them! They will arrive at school warm and ready to go. Comments (14) / 2. osh8712. xx. This looks very tasty and like a good way to start the day ? With all four of my children now nursery or school, it is so important to me that they eat a healthy and nutritious breakfast, and that’s where Ready Brek comes in. It always remind me of cold winter mornings snuggled up with my mum on the sofa! Method Put the butter and honey into a saucepan and heat until the butter has dissolved. These look and sound so good! Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Add the oats, Ready Brek and raisins. Will def be making these! 3 Microwave for 1 1/2 minutes, stirring halfway through. Add the cinnamon and the banana (if using) and mix together. These bars are so tasty, we could have done with some yesterday! Cut into fingers and serve once cool. There lots of ways you can jazz up your Ready Brek as follows: Add berries such as blueberries or strawberries. Add the oats, Ready Brek and raisins. Going to get my little cook to try these at the weekend and we may pop a few chocolate chips in too to a few! Required fields are marked *. xx, These are a great idea. Haha yes, and because Ready Brek is healthy you can eat two or even three, hehe! Yes definitely, you can even eat them on the school run if you’re mega rushed like me, haha! These look lovely though and perferct for me to try as I’m always rushing about. Yes ready brek probably had more salt in it then than it does today, however, giving a 3 month old baby instant smash and instant gravy probably had a lot more to do with the poor wee soul's death than ready brek. these sound fab tho! But their favourite part, and mine too, was eating the finished bars! 1 decade ago. It sounds like a healthier flapjack and I am so down for that! This week we have made Ready Brek Honey & Raisin breakfast bars and with no added sugar they make a great breakfast for the children or as a healthy treat in their lunch boxes. Babies; Children; Teenagers; Special needs; Education; Swears By. advertisement. I got two very blank faces and tumbleweed rolling across the kitchen. But once you explain why babies need to be held so much, she just might cut you (and the baby) some slack. Or you add some ready break to a bowl, then boil some hot milk and once the milk is boiled add it to the ready brek stiring all the while until you havea nice smooth texture and then add sugar and eat. The wee one was far too young to get ready brek. I found you on the #BigPinkLink – going to have a look at some of your other posts now! xx, Hi, I love my porridge and always have a snack bar mid morning this would be a great aletenative to try to keep me going until lunchtime #SharingTheBlogLove, I always buy oats to make flapjack, I always assumed ready brek was too smooth. That’s my thinking, we are always running late! xx, So simple and I bet they taste awesome! although they might have been the kind of parents who fed their baby ready brek ONLY for breakfast lunch and tea every day and nothing else. BabyCenter aims to share products and services we hope you’ll find interesting and helpful. xx. Chocolate chips…yum! Transfer the mixture to a grease proof baking tray and spread to around 2cm thick. He said it’s fine & weetabix is ok too, We blended a loaf of normal porridge oats and mixed with his formula looked the same as ready brek just loads cheaper x, Absolutely fine and not full of sugar like baby porridge! I love porridge. . xx. Thanks . Your email address will not be published. xx. Ready Brek is made from wholegrain rolled oats, fortified with vitamins, super smooth and with no added salt or sugar it is the perfect choice for all the family. He said it’s fine & weetabix is ok too. I really want to try them with the kids. Genius! What a yummy recipe and perfect for baby led weaning as well! from 6 months. Posted 10/12/2013. xx, These look so yummy, I can’t wait to see if they’re available in stores around me! Well heat the milk up the same way in the microwave then add the ready brek afterwards.... that's what I used to do. Babble. I give my lo ready break & she wolfs that down but won’t touch baby porridge. You can use it in all sorts! #kcacols, Wow these look greatI’ve got a box of ready brek to use this is Perfect! We're on day 2 of ready brek, I make it using breastmilk though! You don't need to cook it... it says to cook in the microwave cos you make it cold then heat it up in the microwave so it's not cooking but heating if that makes sense. I was wondering what age babies can eat ready brek porridge. xx, gosh i haven’t had ready brek in years! Plain Ready Brek: Of course for those who do not like things too complicated you can just add milk and cook. xx, Omg these look delicious. Ready brek has so many uses! I like the idea of a smoothie too, especially as we still have some chocolate flavour left. The baby that died (back in 1999!) 0 Like this post Log in Add an account. I then add a little cold milk to make it slightly thinner and get it to a cooler temperature. You can add water or milk (including non-cow’s milk types such as coconut, almond, soya etc – but it is not suitable for milk allergy sufferers). Piglet is a right snacker so I think I might have to make some of these for him to have. I loved Ready Brek as a kid. Thank you! Mine loved doing this, and eating them too! My favorite meal is breakfast so I love finding new recipes! It always remind me of cold winter mornings snuggled up with my mum on the sofa! BabyCentre may earn a commission from shopping links. Ahhh I loved Ready Brek as a kid! Add sliced banana. Why did I never think about using ready break this way? Pour the milk into a saucepan, then heat until gently simmering (tiny bubbles, not quite a boil). For the fastest help on, More posts in "June 2019 Birth Club" group, Create a post in "June 2019 Birth Club" group, Breastfeeding: the trick to a comfy latch. The addition of chocolate to the traditional Ready Brek formula means kids are bound to enjoy it! My kids want eat Ready Brek as a breakfast. Joined: Thu Jan 26, … We’re often late and they can always eat them in the car if they haven’t finished breakfast :-/ #kcacols, Yes!! xx, my son refuses porridge too and its a nightmare to get him to eat breaky in general! Does anyone give this for a brekfast or weetabix. But for some reason flapjacks and bars like these I find really lovely! I must give these a try xxx, They are really filling Jo so great for breakfast or snacks. Hi ladies, Is Ready Brek ok to give babies as part of weaning as opposed to baby porridges? My youngest still does too. xx, Ah they look SO tasty and delicious! #KCACOLS, My mum too also always said to me that the most important meal of the day is breakfast. Could you use all ready brek instead of half oats half ready brek? She’s 5 months old and on Ready Brek as well as her normal milk for her reflux. I’ve been looking for something new to try with the kids for snacks as it’s all getting a bit boring with the usual raisins etc. Smooth the surface with the back of a spoon. I origin Plain Ready Brek appears to have less salt per 100g than Aptamil baby products, according to the ingredients list I have just compared. Ooo yes Edward loves Ready Brek and so much cheaper than baby porridge. Hey everyone,I just wanted some advice about my little girl. I would've said ready brek was much better than baby porridge cos alot of them tend to be really really sweet. xx. These bars sound delicious. Mix well. xx, Cool – I really like these kind of things when we get back into the school run after the holidays. Porridge, a staple in many homes, is another excellent option for babies who are ready for a bit more texture. Take off the heat, and add a little … One of the great things about Ready Brek is that Mummy can make it with the lactose free milk which I have and when I was a baby, Mummy could make it with my special formula milk. It sounds like a really tasty treat rather than a breakfast meal. xx. Ready Brek was originally produced by J. Lyons and Co., created from experimentation by Walter Pitts, the Greenford factory manager from the Tea Division of Lyons. #bigpinklink, They look so delicious! Made only from finely milled oats, vitamins and minerals, this hot oat cereal delivers all the benefits of an adult porridge but without the lumps. Such a great idea. These look really good and I know my one year old would adore them too! Yes me too, I can’t eat porridge but this is a great way of still getting the goodness of them! Ready brek has changed it is like baby food though too hot for baby there is no taste to it any more. xx. I’ve made things like this with regular porridge before. Emily has been having lunch and dinner for the last few weeks so I decided to try and introduce breakfast today. Ive bookmarked it. Reply. My girls call them “breakfast biscuits!” and anything that’s a biscuit is a win! « Introducing my sponsor for Britmums Live 2017 – SongmicsUK. Outside of our Parent Supporters, Netmums hasn't … xx, They look lovely! xx. I would've said ready brek was much better than baby porridge cos alot of them tend to be really really sweet. No way not only is there way too much salt in it but there is also gluten!! If the breakfast bars are anything to go by, I’m sure they’ll be a real hit! It was launched in 1957 as an instant porridge, then in 1969 as an instant hot cereal. Though he fortunately loves porridge anyway! They will display a visual glow of warmth and have no chilly bones, sneezing or shivering. It has always been one of my most favourite breakfasts. Will have to try and make these, Ready Brek is smoother than rolled oats but just substituting half of the rolled oats for ready brek makes a really lovely textured bar! These bars look delicious. This product is displayed based on comments within this post. That's fine and we'll try again tomorrow. I think we might have to try them ourselves. Flapjacky / oaty things are just so good. Definitely! I love Ready brek xx #KCACOLS, They are super tasty, and very filling! Baby name generator Parenting. Thanks x. Morning all! I recommend them! She took a few spoons and then didn't want the rest. Made using finely milled porridge oats, it produces a delicious creamy treat that is rich in calcium and fortified with vitamins and minerals. I now know what to do with the box thats been in the cupboard for ages, thanks. xx, I have saved your recipe as my daughter will not eat oats – so i am going to make the bars next week and forgot to mention to her – what are they made of – is she wont eat them – then more for me i love oats , Haha great idea! I need them in my life now. *Based on 750W Category D and 1000W Category E microwaves. xx, Love this idea. They do love these though! Ready Brek does not contain salt, nor do we add any. Ok to use as no salt or sugar. These look amazing. even so, I doubt I'll be risking it. We are seeking legal advice.” We are seeking legal advice.” At the inquest the Doncaster coroner, Stanley Hooper, was reported to have said: “The baby was fed with adult food, in particular Ready Brek. For that reason I have been playing around with a few ideas to find ways to create a breakfast which my children will eat whilst still getting all of the goodness of Ready Brek. Oh my gosh Ready Brek is pretty much my favourite thing, I eat it in the evenings and it’s so comforting but I had never thought to bake with it! Repeat over and over. Yep, I’m the same but these feel more like a treat even though there is no added sugar! Baby food companies have us by the short and curlies- they know they can almost charge what they like as their products are better. My children always ate Ready Brek rather than baby products, I was happy enough from the ingredients list that it was really just finely ground porridge. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Once the hot oat cereal is gobbled up, your kids will head out the door with a spring in their step. The product is now called a smooth porridge, as porridge is now once again popular. Had to add honey and evaporated milk. Mmm these look delicious, I’ll definitely be giving them a try. #KCACOLS, Breakfast has always been a difficult one with Holly, as she is not a fan of cereal. Why didn’t I think to use Readybrek, eh? Ready Brek Chocolate is a hearty, tasty and warming breakfast cereal that is perfect for those cold winter mornings. Looks like quite easy to prepare so I will try to make them:) #bigpinklink, Bars are so much easier at breakfast time when you are all on the go and having to rush places. I mix two spoons with 60ml of full fat milk. A great way of getting a quick but healthy breakfast in the kids too. The information Netmums Parent Supporters provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional health advice. My daughter won’t eat porridge or that I make with honey and only ever wants something chocolate coated so I’m hoping these may twist her arm! These are a great idea and perfect for mornings when we are in a rush and have to eat on the go. Reply. I'm getting some today . xxx, My little one is still eating porridge at the moment. My question is to those of you using it how do you prepare ready brek? I gave then to a friends one year old this week and they went down a treat! Yes! They are great for breakfast and snacks on the go too! When baby Leroy seemed to need more than infant formula his parents tried baby rice - then they moved on to Ready Brek and mashed potato and gravy, because it was cheaper. What a brilliant recipe! thanks for sharing. I have to admit I’m the same as your children – I hate porridge and can’t stand anything with oats in general. Joined: Wed Aug 03, 2005 12:14 pm Posts: 0 My ds had them both from 6 months, we mashed fruit into to add to the taste, he used to love pear in his weetabix. The salt content is too high in ready brek for a baby- plus there's not nearly the same amount of vitamins and minerals in it. Microwave 30secs and stir, microwave another 30secs and stir. It’s been another long wee, #Ad As you all know we love the @tescofood Homewar, 50g raisins (these can be substituted for other dried fruit). 2 Mix with 150ml of milk and stir. x, See we don’t like porridge so using it to bake with has been great!! Add honey or jam. Its great as there is no added sugar! No added salt or sugar in ready brek Gemma xx. Going to add to the my grocery list and give that recipe a try Looks delicious! I love Ready Brek but have never thought of using it in baking before, will be trying these! In fact I was talking to the girls the other day about getting Ready Brek for kids and saying it was ‘central heating for kids’. xx, Oh a lovely idea and so easy to make, mine lovely porridge so I am going to give these a go, We have some Ready Brek in the cupboard and I was wondering what to do with it! Great idea. These would be perfect. 0 0 'H' Lv 6. Oh, I spotted this on Facebook the other day. xx, Fortunately my little one loves porridge. I use semi-skimmed milk and prepare it in the microwave. They’re lower in sugar because they don’t contain fruit concentrates and are fortified with iron, an important nutrient for your baby’s brain development. Just warm up a small amount of milk and add until it gets to the right consistency. They are really easy to make too! Mine all loved helping to weigh out the ingredients and take it in turns to stir in the mixture. I heard this too and said as soon as my baby porridge ran out he'd be on this x. But it’s only a matter of time before that changes and we’ll have to change strategy! Unless it's dramatically changed since I weaned the DCs it has no added salt and barely any naturally occurring. Oh this sounds SO good! xx, Yes mine too! I don’t like oats but I would eat them if they would come in a breakfast bar, with honey and raisins. xx, These sounds so yummy and so simple!! These look and sound amazing. I always say I’ll make oaty breakfast bars but never get around to it. Please flag if you think our product match is incorrect. Whenever I try and make it for my partner I seem to get in to an endless cycle of it being too runny so add more powder and then it's too think so I add more milk and then it's too cold or too runny again. We do loaded spoons of ready brek made with boobie milk, Thanks girls! This is SUCH a good idea! xx, It’s lovely in smoothies, all that goodness and the kids don’t even know it! It also contains no added salt. I’ve done similar things with oats but didn’t think it’d work with Ready brek, Yes it makes a really lovely smooth breakfast bar. I’m hungry now, my tummy literally just gurgled! I have given both mine ready brek as well as weetabix (the wee one loves them!) Ready Brek and Weetabix or own-brand lookalikes are cheaper and better alternatives. Leave to cool and then cut into bar sized piece. I can’t get my two to eat porridge either but they’d wolf these down, I’ll have to them a go. They are great, my girls have been eating them on the school run when we are running late, bad mother alert! Mine love to top their own bowls of Ready Brek. #bigpinklink, Yes, way easier than eating a bowl of cereal on the school run, hehe! #bigpinklink, Ahh you’re lucky, mine pull their nose at most things! I’m looking forward to trying out some new ways to incorporate Ready Brek into our diets, from muffins and smoothies, to oat pancakes. 1 Measure 5 heaped dessert spoons (30g) of Ready brek into a microwaveable bowl. 0 0. I recommend them! I’m DEFINITELY trying these. I would never have thought to make anything with Ready Brek! Really yummy! Netmums Parent Supporters are on this board every weekday evenings to answer your queries on weaning your baby. Im just wondering what age you can give a baby ready brek made with water or other plain oats? xx, That’s such a good idea, like a breakfast flapjack! Hope you come back again next time x. I would never have thought to bake with Ready Brek until I saw this post. They look really good! There are countless ways that the whole family can enjoy Ready Brek, and so many recipes which prove that you don’t have to be a fan of porridge to feel the benefits either. What's the perfect way to make a bowl of Ready Break please? #BigPinkLink on another note – just totally gorgeous to meet you Saturday xxx, Ooh yes! xx. Great for breakfast on the go! mrs_r85. When I was younger my Mum always used to say, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” and now as a Mum myself, I totally agree. If I tell you it’s one of the food I used to smuggle in when we lived abroad, I think I don’t need to explain how my little ones feel about Ready Brek!! Oh gosh these look incredible, and anything that gives mean excuse to consume more Ready Brek is amazing in my eyes!! I struggle to get my boys to eat porridge too. 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