Organic Goat Milk Cereal Whole Grain Oat

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Organic Goat Milk Cereal Whole Grain Oat

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  • With organic goat milk
  • No added sugar
  • Simple to prepare
  • Natural source of fiber
  • Click here for more information on nutritional values and ingredients

Product description

The Töpfer organic goat's milk cereal wholegrain oat can be added to your baby's complementary food plan from the 6th month onwards: high-quality oats give the milk cereal a pleasantly grainy note that older children and adults will also enjoy. By using the whole grain, the nutrients in the grain are largely retained. Whole grain is a natural source of fiber and is therefore particularly valuable.


Important notice

Seal the opened bag and store in a cool, dry, clean place. Consume within two to three weeks. To avoid risk of burning, do not warm the milk cereal in the microwave oven. Please read the preparation instructions carefully. The right dose will ensure that your baby receives the nutrients it needs. Prepare the cereal for each meal fresh and always use a spoon to feed your baby. Ensure that your baby’s teeth are cleaned regularly, in particular before going to bed.


140 ml water + 40 g (approx. 5 tbsp) Töpfer organic goat milk cereal wholegrain oat

1. Freshly boil water for each meal. Let cool down to approx. 50 ° C.
2. Measure out the boiled water and pour it into the bowl.
3. Add the cereal and stir.
4. Swell for about 1 minute and allow to cool to eating temperature.

Nutritional details

Click here for more information on nutritional values and how to prepare the cereal correctly.

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