Baby Molasses After the babies have completed 180 days, it means that it is time to switch to solid food. In the transition to supplementary food, it would be appropriate to introduce your babies to vegetable and fruit purees first. Yogurt is also an ideal product to start complementary foods. For babies without cow's milk allergy, yoghurts should be fermented from pasteurized milk. Fruit and vegetable purees and yoghurt should be given to the baby as a teaspoon at a snack every day. In this process, where breast milk is not abandoned, cereals also come into play. Especially rice is very useful for babies and can be easily consumed by babies with gluten allergy. Cumin, dried mint and cinnamon are spices that will heal your baby, and you can add these spices to yogurt, rice, soup and tea you prepare for your baby in small quantities and make your baby consume it. Linden and fennel tea are other foods that you can use in the transition to complementary foods.
Salt and sugar are two products that your babies over 180 days can never eat. In other words, you should not add salt to any food you prepare for your baby. Again, you should not give your babies any food that has added sugar later. Honey, which naturally contains sugar, should be kept away from babies in the first year. Accordingly, the use of molasses in infants worries mothers. However, molasses is very useful for both adults and babies due to its blood-building properties and increasing the body's resistance to diseases. Due to these benefits, there is no harm in giving molasses to a 6-month-old baby. The important thing here is to make sure that these products do not contain added sugar if you are going to buy molasses for babies.
Types of Baby Molasses
As with all baby supplementary food products, the Chef Mom comes to the aid of mothers with baby molasses. Grape and mulberry baby molasses, which are prepared from completely natural materials with the vacuum boiler technology of Cook Mom, do not contain sugar. Grape molasses, which you can add to your baby's puddings and teas with peace of mind, is an appetizing product that helps to relieve anemia. By giving grape molasses to babies, you increase the rate of potassium and calcium in the body.
If you are going to give mulberry molasses to babies, let the Chef Mom be your choice again. Chef Anne mulberry molasses is obtained from mulberries grown under natural conditions in Artvin and helps to increase the iron rate in regular use. Babies can also be fed tahini and molasses together. You can feed the tahini prepared by Chef Mom under hygienic conditions from local sesame seeds, along with molasses, or you can mix it with carob extract. If you wish, you can dilute the carob molasses and drink it to your baby in the form of fruit juice. By eliminating the problems of shortness of breath with carob molasses in babies, you also ensure that they receive vitamin B6, phosphorus, iron, potassium and calcium minerals.
There are also points that mothers should not skip while using baby molasses. Molasses should not be fed directly to the baby. If you are going to use molasses for babies, add a small amount to yogurt, puree, tea or pudding. In addition, it would not be healthy to feed your baby any other type of molasses other than mulberry and grape molasses specially produced for babies. Locust molasses and tahini are not recommended for babies under 8 months, but the point to be taken into consideration about molasses is that molasses should never be cooked. You can order molasses and tahini from this category, which you will add to your baby's cooled foods and consume.