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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 11:04am

Cream cheese for a six month old?

Do you think it's ok to blend in full fat cream cheese to cauliflower for a six month old? She's eaten mild cheddar and yoghurt already so don't think she has any allergy etc. she is on 0.4 percentile so dietician recommended full fat cheese and milk etc mashed into as much as possible to increase calories but wasn't sure if cream cheese was ok for them to eat? Have googled but there is too much info, rather confused! I know protein is key so doing mix of purée and BLW to get as much down her as possible!

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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 1:33pm

I often use to stir a bit of Philly through mashed veg as a quick alternative to making a cheese sauce! I also use to batch cook cheese sauce and put in an ice cube tray and just defrost a few cubes as I needed them to ad to veg or pasta. Anything to save time! : D


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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 2:46pm

Wee cream cheese sarnies were a staple for my DS in the early weaning days, it's totally fine :) The only cheeses you might want to avoid for a while are the unpasteurised ones like Brie etc, as they have a small risk of carrying harmful bacteria.

Hope you're having fun with the BLW! xxx


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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 4:19pm

Thanks ladies! Have just made a batch of cauli cheese made with full fat cream cheese. I actually liked it myself!
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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 8:19pm

Ditto to all of the above- Philly and dairylea - my ds loves themxx
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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 8:30pm

Cream cheese sarnies are a staple for Poppy! Own supermarket brand versions often have less salt in and it's nice with a bit of jam in too. :)






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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 8:50pm

I didn't even think about salt content, oops! Just bought Tesco own brand. I froze it too so hope that's ok!

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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 8:59pm

With jam?? Ok give it a whirl... I hadn't thought of salt either - will do now! X
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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 9:30pm

My DS always got on really well with ricotta. It's hugely less salty than cream cheese and you can use it in all the same ways - sandwiches, stirred into pasta, topping for potatoes, etc. It had been a weekly staple in our household since he was weaned! Enjoy this lovely exploring stage x
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Monday, August 12th 2013, 11:58pm

Ooh, ricotta's a good idea Bee, will try that this time around! xx


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