Broken Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge is high in minerals and protein
Easy to digest and curbs frequent hunger pangs
Can be prepared in less time
It is 100% natural without any preservatives
ByGrandma Baby Porridge Mix - Broken Wheat and Moong Dal For 12+ Months
Growing bodies need a lot of proteins and energy. Broken wheat is full of nutrients, fiber, and carbohydrates which are easy to digest. Moong dal is also a good source of protein. ByGrandma’s Broken Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge is a nutritious combination for your babies which can be prepared instantly.
Broken Wheat (Dalia), Moong Dal, Ajwain Seeds
Direction to use:
Take 100 ml water in a bowl and add one big spoon of ByGrandma’s Broken Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge Mix. Mix to make it in a watery consistency. To ensure there are no lumps, keep stirring while adding the Broken Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge powder.
Place the vessel on a stove and put it on a medium flame. Keep Stirring constantly for 3 to 5 minutes.
For better taste, you can add the natural sweetener like palm candy for taste (Optional)
The Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge is all set to fill your baby’s tummy!
Method 1: While at Home
ByGrandma’s combo porridge mix are a great on-the-go food for infants. To prepare, gradually mix a little boiling hot water with a spoonful of porridge mix in a bowl till the mixture reaches the desired consistency. Do not mix all the water at once. You may add a natural sweetener for taste.
Method 2: While Travelling
Method 3: Drink Mode for Fussy Eaters(Self Feed Training)
Best served when the Wheat and Moong Dal Porridge is lukewarm.
Highly nutritious, stimulates digestion system, increases appetite, enhances liver function
How it can be a supplement to baby:
At this stage, your baby needs more calories and nutrients. Since they have a little tummy, the portions cannot be too big. So it is very important to give your baby a nutrient-packed meal. Wheat and moong dal Porridge does the same for your baby. Consider giving three meals a day to your baby since your baby is in the growing stage.