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.
Lo loves these. You can make them as runny or as thick as you like. Can mix the rusk with milk or fromage fraise. Or eat as a biscuit.
I mix in fruit purées and yogurt for my LO. She loves these abs the banana flavour rusk.
Great for filling a little tummy up.
My son absolutely loves these. They are so handy to grab when my son wants a snack when we are out and about. They are also great to mix with his milk. My son eats them so fast as he absolutely enjoys eating them. They are easy for him to hold and to promote self feeding.
Versatile biscuits for breakfast and snacking on. I have mixed these with baby milk and used whole.
Sometimes they are hard to crumble up and there could be more in the pack.
Easy to digest
Easy to prepare
These are my 7 month olds favourite food to munch on whilst she’s teething. Easy for baby to hold and good for thickening up baby milk and yogurts. Large in size so no choking hazard. You can create different thicknesses of milk and add lumps to get baby used to different textures. Would be better if there was more in there box as I buy one to two boxes a week. You can also get reduced sugar ones that I have opted for a few times.
My daughter loved these and the Banana rusks mixed with her milk. I always bought plenty when they were on offer in the supermarkets and as she got older she had them on their own or even with fruit purees just to make a change. They break down really well so can make mixtures as smooth or textured as you like
I crushed these up and added milk then fed them to my lb every night for supper. It was the only think that helped him sleep through the night. He loved them and always looked forward to his supper and meant we all got a good full sleep after.
I used these when my daughter was a baby, she was a terrible sleeper and I was worried that she was waking in the night due to being hungry. Another mum suggested crumbling half of one into my daughter's milk to make it a bit more filling for her (this was after we had started weaning and I don't think milk was enough for her by this point) it seemed to do the trick and she had better nights sleep when a risk was crumbled into her before bed milk. She would also have them occasionally as a sweet treat.
My little girl loves them and I'm not going to lie so do I! I had them when I was a baby and now my little girl enjoys them with milk or even just to chew on dry. They are a bit expensive for what you get but I think they are worth it.
These are nice mixed in with warm milk , my little one had reflux and we were advised to start weaning early. He loved this in his milk, but also enjoyed biting it when gums were sore due to teething.
Good enough for adults too.
Only melts off in small bits so less choking hazard
They make such a mess
Easy to digest
Easy to prepare
My baby loves a rusk and so do I! They taste so nice and I always end up having a little bite before giving it to her. I love how they slowly melt while being chewed meaning there is less risks of my baby chocking on it. They are also great when baby's are teething as they can really chew on the to relieve the pain. The only downside to them is that they make such a mess if they are dropped onto clothing
My daughter suffers with reflux so we were advised to wean early we tried baby rice which she wouldn’t eat so then tried rusks mixed with her baby milk which she loves. I crumble the rusk in a bowl and mix in her formula, the rusk dissolved and mixes really easily and is easy to feed. You can also mix it with yoghurt or fruit puree for a different taste and when baby gets a bit older they can eat them as biscuits. Great product