As always these are a winner and with no added sugar even better . My baby loves them he loves chewing on them and I like eating them lol everybody loves a rusk. Also great with a bit of milk to make a pudding for younger baby
As soon as my baby was old enough to wean I grabbed a pack of these, we loved them as babies and little ones and even into my older years I remember occasionally enjoying them! Super easy to mix with water or milk in the morning and I know that one rusk is a good portion for my baby at the moment. I give them to her whole when she is suffering with her teeth and it seems to really help too. A little pricey depending on where you get them from and sometimes the lumps seem to be quite stubborn but generally they are our go to breakie!
I love these rusk I have used them with all four of my kids now just recently with my nearly 6 month old son he love them as wee snake during the day especially with teething and mix with his milk before bed
I tried to give them to my son but the rusk was so hard that after chewing on it for a while he just left it somewhere all sticky. He was not even eating half of it and had to thow the rest. The fact that it is quite hard makes it a really good foodfor teething babies. For the rest it is a good product for adults tea time or older babies.
So handy to have a snack that little man loves especially when we're out & about
Can be a bit messy
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
We started using Rusks when Noah began baby led weaning. He really enjoys them & the crunchy texture seemed to help his gums too when they were sore. It's always handy to have a snack he can have when we're out & about. Even Mummy enjoys the odd rusk!
Absolute love this product. The most simple starting point for children when weaning. My daughter absolutely loved it and I would mix it with puree fruits to give a different texture. Simple to use, great for wearing in, teething something to nibble on! Defiantly on thumbs up!
My baby girl is crazy over these. She absolutely loves sucking and chewing on them. Great for teething babies! They do make a big mess but any food you give to a baby is going to make a mess. I don’t give them to her very often though as I am worried about the sugar content. I wish they made a sugar free option. I don’t think babies need sugar that is not naturally occurring in them like fruit. I just use it as a once and awhile treat and to soothe her gums.
These are brilliant , little one still feels like he is getting a treat however does not realise these are lower on sugar than what he was used to. I still think that the sugar could be lower but on addition to a balanced diet I can't see a problem.
Disolve easily, easy to hold, cheap, reduced sugar and good messy fun
Very messy and dry crusty and hard
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
Recently started my daughters weaning journey and she loves rusks. I personally break them into quarters so she has little segments to hold as a whole one is to big for her to hold. They are reduced sugar meaning they aren't overally bad for baby and good for encouraging independance. They have a relatively bland taste which is good for introducing children to food and putting food in thier own mouths. They are also cheap and disolve very easily meaning they don't pose a choking risk. They can also be crushed down and mixed with breastmilk or formula to create different textures and thicknesses to introduce and get baby used too. Because they disolve so well they literally get everywhere and dry very crusty and hard so clean thoroughly and some what quickly.
Great reliable rusk for all ages, my toddler loves it crushed into his cereal or on its own. Priced well and known over the years as a must have for all mums and I completely understand why having been using t on my son for the past year. So much better than others on the market which are more expensive
Loves these, nice way to introduce food with little risk, she does love chopping down in them, good source of iron and also popped a little peanut butter on for little extra for her.
Be warned you will end up covered in crumbs and mess, but it’s all good fun.
I just bought a package. They are extremely sweet, I tried them two ways, as a cereal mixed with milk, my daugther hate it. And as snack, she ated half of the buscuit but she doesn't funcy them, she prefer tea biscuits. I still have the package at home, I don't know what to do with it.
We don't like them!!
A little bit too thick for a baby to get their mouth round when weaning
Easy to prepare
Easy to digest
We loved these. I never bought the normal version if I'm honest. Why should you give a baby all that sugar if there is an option not to? They don't understand ornknow any different, so I was glad of this product. I used these regularly as biscuits, or mashed with warm milk and fruit for breakfast or dessert. My son enjoyed them, and they are good value for money.
I have started weaning my 6 month old and these are great. Knowing there sugar free as well I was a bit dubious to give it to him at first as we had a choking incident with my first born (he's fine) but it did scare me into trying them again but so far it's a success he just loves sucking on them as he's teething.
Rusks were great for weaning mic with some milk but did struggle sometime getting the milk and rusk ratio right.
The are have been good now that DS just was to feed himself but they could do with being smaller as i am breaking them in half and sometimes he doesn't even finish it then. They can be very messy as well but all in all they go down a treat
A classic weaning essential, always handy to keep a pack in the cupboard as they keep well. Very reasonably priced. These are a very versatile product which can be eaten as they are which is great for self feeding or mushed with babies usual milk. My son really enjoys rusks either way. Only issue is they can be very messy when self feeding as they are quite hard so take a bit of chewing/sucking!