3-step scheme - peanut
Fromthe test comes that a 3-step schedule for feeding peanuts best suits your Mini.
Home 3-step plan for giving peanuts
If your baby is younger than 8 months and there are no risk factors such as eczema or previous reactions to feeding, then you can give peanuts at home in 3 steps.
You can use our product for this my first peanut in 3 steps purchase. My first peanut in 3 steps contains 3 bags with the right dosage peanut flour. This way you can safely view step by step how your Mini reacts to eating peanuts.
- You do not have to measure the steps yourself, but the exact amount has been weighed for you.
- The products are high in protein content, so you need less quantities.
- All our products are without the addition of salt and sugar.
We want to offer you a healthy, easy and reliable solution for your Mini.
Tips for giving peanuts to your baby:
- Make sure your baby is used to fruit and vegetable snacks first. Start at 4 months with offering mashed vegetables and fruit. It is recommended to start with vegetables and give one variety at a time. Suitable vegetables are cauliflower, green peas, beans, broccoli, carrots or pumpkin. If you want to try fruit, start with banana, peach, pear or melon. If this goes well, you can try other fruits and vegetables.
- Make sure you start in the morning on a weekday. If there is a response, you can always call your doctor.
- Make sure your baby is not sick when you start.
- Give peanut butter without peanut pieces and preferably 100% peanut butter without added salt and sugar or use our products!
- Stir the peanut butter through the snack. If necessary, grind this fine with the blender or stick blender.
- As soon as your child eats bread, peanut butter can be given as a topping on bread (or use our products).
IMPORTANT: If you have completed the 3 steps without any problems, it is important to add peanuts to yours every week Mini to give! Use our my first peanut follow-up kit!