I have used these with all four children. All my children were hungry babies ,so added half of one in the evening I crushed these up and added milk then fed to my baby every night . It was the only think that helped them settle and fill them up enough. When they got older they ate them dry as a snack they do become messy which I found wasnt great when short for time so only used when we were at home. My eldest children 13 10 and 9 still like them now and will go get one now and again so always make sure stocked up. A very versatile food
these are not only healthy, they are so easy to take with you on the go
no weeknesses at all, fab for the busy mums and dads
Easy to digest
Easy to prepare
love farleys rusks, used them since my eldest daughter was little and she in now 33 years old, so I would recommend them, though now you can also get the low sugar version, which would be healthier, but the original I prefer for the young or old
These are the easiest quickest meal to prepare if you don't have time in the mornings sit down and feed baby breakfast, as they're so versatile you can give them as a biscuit for them to nibble on or make them with their milk if you have a bit more time
Versatile snack that can be eaten straight from the packet or mixed with milk/water or juice
Only downside to this is the clean up afterwards! Especially when mixed with liquid as toddlers are
Easy to digest
Easy to prepare
We always have Farley's rusks in the house as all members young and old enjoy them . Usually straight from the packet as a quick and easy snack. Our youngest loves these mixed with warm milk, chopped bananas and blueberries. Big thumbs up from all of us.
It makes a great mess but my child can have it as a snack or mixed in milk as food, it's healthy and tasty, it I add more milk she can have it as a drink and it tastes different to the regular milk so she drinks it
I was given this product when I was a child and also given to my little one is great to give them as is the hard biscuit helps little teething gums or mixed with some warm formaula for a great breakfast when weaning
My son had these at 5 months old, helped with weaning.
These are priced at a good price.
I’ve just brought more for my daughter to start before I wean her also. I’ve tried these and think these actually taste quite nice
Rusks have been around forever, so I was so excited when my little one was able to try these, and ever since she had that first lick she has loved them, she often has one after some fruit, these are very handy for an extra treat.
The only downside is they are so messy and sticky once she has been licking them.
You cannot beat a Farley rusks, this was one of the first foods my little boy tried. It’s very easy to mix with warm milk to make it into a porridge like substance and my little boy absolutely loved it. As he got older he was able to start eating it like a biscuit and then as a snack in between meals. He absolutely loves Farley’s rusks.
Good price recommend highly can been given while when teething for something to bite down on or when little good dissolved with milk, my family have used them for years with all the babies in my family and little ones love them.
We loves these even mummy does they are great for little hands and they just melt. Away. We normally make it with hot water and make it like cereal. Or let them hold it and eat like a cookie. Beware can get messy lol
I love making these with the baby’s milk every now and then as I know he will eat it all up! Only need a tiny bit of baby milk to get a nice consistency. If he does try to eat one as a biscuit it can get a little messy and can bite off more than he can handle as doesn’t dissolve right away. Helps with him learning to chew, however!
I like giving my daughter these rusks sometimes as a snack as they can be eaten in different ways. They are very easy to prepare mixed up with some milk or given to baby just like that. They melt in the mouth so there is no risk of choking.