Jumaat, September 07, 2012

Resipi Biskut Baby (Homemade)

Mama cari resepi biskut beras untuk gantikan Baby Bites. Kesian Aisyah takde biskut nak gigit-gigit. Huhu.. Masa google tu terjumpa beberapa resepi biskut baby. Naz paste siap-siap la kat sini. Nanti kemudian nak rujuk semula senang. :)

1) Sumber: http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-teething-crackers-15324/review

Homemade teething crackers


crackers Units: US | Metric
1 cup flour
1 cup dry infant rice cereal with bananas (or other flavored or unflavored infant cereal)
3 tablespoons cooking oil
ice water

Preheat oven 425 F degrees.
Mix flour and cereal.
Gradually stir in oil.
Mix a little ice water at a time (start with 1/4 cup) until dough begins to form a ball and pull away from the bowl.
Roll out to the thickness of a cracker on a floured surface and cut into desired shapes.
Bake on an ungreased cookie sheet 10-12 minutes or until lightly brown.
Cool completely.
Store in an airtight container.

Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-teething-crackers-15324?oc=linkback

Ratings & Reviews:

By CanadianEmily
on August 10, 2011

I used cold breast milk instead of ice water. This worked well. I added just enough to hold the dough together - it's easier to add the liquid a bit at a time, just until you get cohesion - that way you won't get the sticky problem. Super easy. Thanks!

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By babyjoesmommy
on February 16, 2009

The recipe is basically good. I made just one change - instead of water I used juice to bring the dough together. Added just a touch of sweetness and flavor. And I also cooked them until they were like hockey pucks. At 350 til golden brown, then down at 200 until hard enough I couldn't bite them apart easily. So far my 8 month old hasn't been able to crumble one, instead it sorta mushes off as he sucks/gums it.

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By Redneck Princess
on April 26, 2007

Thanks for the recipe. Mine were kind of rubbery so they didnt crumble. I guess I must have made mine too big, It made 17 cookies. The dough was sticky for me too. i rolled it into balls with floured hands and flattened them with the bottom of the measuring cup. My daughter liked them too. Thanks again for a great recipe.

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Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-teething-crackers-15324?oc=linkback

Biskut untuk Bayi - Tanpa Telur

sumber : http://wholesomebabyfood.momtastic.com/teethingbiscuits.htm

1 cawan tepung
1 / 2 cawan rolled oat
1 cawan bijirin beras bayi (saya gunakan cerelec oats&prune)
3 sudu besar minyak jagung/carnola
air sejuk berais

Cara-cara membuatnya:
Panaskan Ketuhar pada suhu 425F
Campurkan tepung dan bijirin.
Kacau secara beransur-ansur ke dalam adunan minyak masak.
Campurkan air ais sedikit demi sedikit pada satu masa (bermula dengan cawan 1 / 4) sehingga adunan mula untuk membentuk bola.
Roll out pada ketebalan biskut cracker pada permukaan yang bertepung dan potong menjadi bentuk yang diingini.
Susun biskut atas dulang pembakar yang di alas baking paper.
Bakar selama min 10-12. atau sehingga berwarna keperangan.
Sejukkan sepenuhnya.

Simpan dalam bekas kedap udara.

Homemade Baby Rusk - Inspirasi Roti Kering Cicah Kopi

I grew up with this :

So naturally...I think Mimi will love this (the homemade version) :

5 slices bread

Remove the crusts.

Cut the bread into fingers (i used cookie cutters)

Put the bread on a baking sheet and bake in a very slow oven at 125°C for 1 hour or until the bread fingers are dry and hard.

Allow to cool and store in an airtight container.

Let baby enjoy! 

Rice Crackers (using baby cereals!)

Lizzy, my younger daughter, hates to be spoon-fed. She has right from the beginning. And so, while I had bought boxes and boxes of rice cereal and multigrain cereal and oatmeal for her, she wants nothing to do with it.

I wanted to find a way to start using up all this baby cereal, and I came across this recipe for Rice Crackers at Toddler Cafe. The recipe calls for a Cream of Rice-type cereal; would baby rice cereals work, too?

They did! Fabulously! The crackers are a little too chewy for my baby, but Abby had a bowlful as a snack. We went with a Parmesan cheese topping, and I used a pizza cutter to just cut the dough into squares. The crackers had a slightly sweet taste, and reminded me of Wheat Thins.

So, if you have boxes of baby cereal to use up, or just want to try out a new cracker recipe, go check out The Toddler Cafe's recipe for Rice Crackers!

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