Banana Barley Custard (6+ Months)

Banana Barley Custard (6+ Months)

I think these meals with flour pudding should not be more than once a day. If he ate pancakes during the day, I make sure to make the pudding with fruit and cut back on flour at night. One-way nutrition is definitely wrong.

I'm not someone who is against bakery products with custard. After all, our bodies need carbohydrates, especially babies. It is a very satisfying and nutritious food group when it is obtained from healthy places, cooked in healthy conditions and given in moderation. In other words, I do not agree with the sources that say that it is necessary to eat low in carbohydrates. I think he will get his carbohydrates, he will get his protein, he will get his fat. In my opinion, a child who eats pudding every night does not become obese. These are my thoughts formed by the blending of my readings, experiences and ideas, they never take the place of your doctor's advice.


  • half a banana
  • 2 teaspoons whole barley flour
  • 1 teaspoon of water
  • 1-2 pinches of cinnamon


  • The barley flour is cooked with water until it turns into a pudding.
  • In a bowl, mash the banana with a fork or blend it until it becomes a puree.
  • Mix the cooked pudding with the banana puree.
  • Finally, it is fed to the lambs with the addition of cinnamon.
  • Those who use follow-on milk can add the follow-on milk in its dry form as 2 scales at the last stage and mix and give it.

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