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From 6 months on, the baby stops feeding exclusively with milk to enter the exciting world of complementary feeding.
It will be a stage of discoveries, full of new flavors, smells and textures in the mouth. One of the first porridges that the baby usually takes is the corn porridge or cornstarch, a delicious and tasty dish that few babies resist. Learn to do it step by step at home, easy and fast.
- Fine corn flour
- Formula or infant milk.
Corn porridge is very nutritious as it contains Vitamin B, iron, potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium. It is also perfect for celiac children as it does not contain gluten.
1. To prepare a porridge for 1 person, that is, for our baby, prepare a saucepan and add 2 tablespoons of corn flour or cornstarch.
2. Now make baby milk from the formula milk of your choice and water. You can make 300 or 400 ml of milk, depending on how much milk your baby eats. If your child is older and can drink cow's milk, you can make it with it.
3. Go gradually adding the milk to the corn porridge and while you manage to make an emulsified mixture and leave it to the point. Ideally, you should make a porridge that has the consistency of cream, that is, it should not be too thick, since it can cause the baby to gag, nor too liquid since it will be very difficult to give it.
4. Turn on the kitchen and heat the mixture little by little and, in a hurry, you can do it in a glass container in the microwave. Remember to move the porridge well so that there are no lumps, otherwise, you could get a porridge like this one in the image. It's not nice, is it?
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