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11364 NUTR Weaning Bklt - UK

70 Banana ‘ice

70 Banana ‘ice cream’ 8–10m+ This is a very quick way to make a dairy-free ‘ice cream’ — great on its own or to accompany other dessert foods! Makes 6 portions 2 ripe bananas 6 scoops Nutramigen powder Variations • Make a delicious fruit split by layering the ‘ice cream’ with fruit (e.g. banana, strawberries or tinned or fresh pears) 1. Peel and slice the bananas and place in a bowl in the freezer 2. Once frozen, place in a blender and blend until it looks like ice cream 3. Stir in the Nutramigen powder 4. Serve immediately Tips • To make a smaller portion for your child you could: – Blend a smaller amount of banana, adding 1 scoop of Nutramigen powder per of a banana – Or, only add the Nutramigen powder to the portion for your child and serve the rest of the ‘ice cream’ to the family • You can get some cones that are dairy-free but remember to check the ingredients carefully – every time! www.nutramigen.co.uk

‘Milk’ jelly 8–10m+ 71 This Nutramigen jelly is an easy dessert that can be combined with fruit to increase its nutritional value, but it is also a safe way for those children who gag and choke on lumpier foods to learn to deal with texture, without the fear of choking. Makes 2 small jellies – do not freeze 4 cubes of jelly 60 ml boiling water 60 ml Nutramigen – NB for this recipe add 4 scoops of Nutramigen powder to 60 ml water Warning • Do not give children undiluted jelly cubes as they could cause choking 1. Put the jelly in a saucepan and pour in boiling water. Allow jelly to melt over a gentle heat. Alternatively, melt jelly in a microwave according to pack instructions 2. Allow jelly to cool (do not add Nutramigen to hot jelly as it will curdle) 3. When cool, stir Nutramigen into mixture 4. Place in jelly moulds and refrigerate until set Variations • Add fruit to the jelly just before refrigerating Recipes