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11364 NUTR Weaning Bklt - UK

48 Yogurt-style fruit

48 Yogurt-style fruit dessert 6m+ It is very difficult to find a suitable yogurt replacement for infants with multiple food allergies. This Nutramigen ‘yogurt-style’ dessert provides a similar texture to real yogurt to give an infant a similar experience, and you can mix a variety of fruit and flavours into it. This recipe also contributes a significant amount of nutritious Nutramigen to the diet, which may help with tricky feeders. In particular, it helps contribute to calcium and vitamin D requirements. Makes 1–2 servings 1 tbsp cornflour 180 ml cold water 6 scoops Nutramigen powder Variations • Serve with tinned or fresh fruit, e.g. blueberry purée, mashed banana or crushed pineapple, or any puréed fruit, homemade or bought • For a change, add a drop of vanilla essence or a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg • An alternative yogurt-style desert is to purée up one semi-frozen sliced banana, 3 strawberries (or 10 blueberries). Then add 6 scoops of Nutramigen powder formula before serving 1. Mix cornflour with a little water to form a smooth paste and then gradually add remaining water 2. Cook for 3 minutes, stirring continuously until mixture thickens 3. Once cooled, add Nutramigen powder, whisking well to form a smooth mixture 4. Store in a covered container in the fridge for up to 24 hours www.nutramigen.co.uk

Tomato and bacon soup 6m+ 49 Soups are not only easy to make but are also very nutritious. This soup is high in vitamins with carrots and tomatoes and also contains some protein (bacon). The Nutramigen adds to its nutritional content and is an ideal recipe for those children who do not drink sufficient hypoallergenic formula. Makes 3 toddler portions 2 tbsp vegetable oil 2 onions, roughly chopped 3 slices bacon, chopped (or cut with scissors) 3 carrots, finely chopped 1 x 200 g tin chopped tomatoes 360 ml of water 12 scoops of Nutramigen powder 1. Heat oil in a saucepan and fry onions and bacon until very brown 2. Add carrots and continue frying 3. Cover and simmer until carrots are soft 4. Add tomatoes, cover and simmer for 30 minutes 5. Add the water and purée with a blender 6. Leave to cool to serving temperature and stir in the Nutramigen powder just before serving 7. Serve with triangles of toast or a bread roll 8. Divide into individual portions and freeze remaining soup Tip • Don’t add the tomatoes until the carrots are soft or the carrots will not get soft due to the acidity of the tomatoes Recipes