Teething Biscuit Recipes


  • 1 beaten egg yolk
  • 3 Tbsp. maple syrup or molasses (may be omitted)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. oil
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1 Tbsp. uncooked oatmeal
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  • 1 cup flour (white, wheat, or combination)
  • 1 Tbsp. soy flour
  • 1 Tbsp. wheat germ
  • 1 Tbsp. nonfat dry milk


Blend wet ingredients, add dry ingredients. Dough will be stiff. Roll dough thin and cut into strips or desired shapes.

Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 15 minutes on un-greased cookie sheet. Freeze well.

They can be made without the last 3 ingredients, but they add to the nutritional value.

Source: Vicki Lansky's "Feed Me I'm Yours."

By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO

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Does anyone have a receipe for cookies I can make for my 10 month old? Actually any baby food recipes would be appreciated. I think he is getting bored with the jarred foods from the supermarkets.

Roxane from Bronx, New York


April 4, 20070 found this helpful

When my son was a baby, he liked Vanilla Wafer cookies, especially when he was teething. As for baby food, I got some great advice from my Dad when there were recall alerts for baby food sold in jars because of glass slivers found in it. Since we've always had a garden and I can and freeze alot of the produce, I made baby food from the garden. Pureed the vegetables and put them in ice cube trays until frozen, then stored the cubes in large freezer bags. One or two cubes thawed in microwave for feedings. His favorite was squash and carrots mixed. I also used one of those small blenders which you turn on by twisting the top cover. He could eat more variety by the time he was about your baby's age, even meats which I added liquid to and pureed. Almost anything we had for dinner, I pureed for him (minus the spices). Sometimes adding more liquid is necessary for smoother baby food. Bananas and apples blended together he liked, also. For a breakfast baby cereal, I made cooked rice, added milk, cinnamon and a little sugar, blended it while warm. I think my Dad was pretty smart about everything ;) but this advice sure worked well, and was probably healthier. Gave me peace of mind, too, after the recalls. PS: Love the picture-what a cutie!

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By Marlene (Guest Post)
April 5, 20070 found this helpful

I used a blender to make baby food from whatever we were eating for a meal. If it was something that wouldn't work well, one of their favorites was cottage cheese blended with fruit - peaches, pears, mandarin oranges, bananas, etc. They loved it!

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By Margie Minard (Guest Post)
April 5, 20070 found this helpful

Don't forget yogurt!! It's a good source of calcium and you can get it blended nice and smooth. Mashed bananas, too. The baby is just a doll!! I am getting our little 7 month old grandson Cheerios and baby puffs for his Easter basket. They have several different flavors of baby puffs at Walmart. Gerber is another source for these. They seem to just dissolve on Baby's tongue, even better than Cheerios so choking is at a minimum.

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By Julie (Guest Post)
April 5, 20070 found this helpful

Hi there:
When my two kids were babies, I made all of their food fresh rather than buy the jars. For example, cook yams until soft (either microwave or steam), peel and place in your food processor. Process until smooth adding a touch of water if needed to get the right consistency. This method can then be basically translated to almost anything you wish to make for your baby, i.e., applesauce, strained peaches, etc. Play around with it and have some fun. I know it helped my kids adjust to "real" food as they grew with their tastebuds.

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By GranniePhyllis (Guest Post)
April 6, 20070 found this helpful

At 10 months of age, let him begin to eat a lot of small finger foods too. Also, there is a fantastic little mesh feeder with a handle that you can put hard foods like cookies, carrots, etc., in and he can nibble on the food without any chance of choking. This was created by a father who's child almost choked to death on a teething biscuit.

1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 cup brown sugar, packed
1 egg, beaten
1 tsp. vanilla
3/4 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup oatmeal, uncooked
1/4 cup wheat germ, raw or toasted
1/2 cup powdered milk
1/4 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. baking soda
3 tblsp. liquid milk
1 cup raisins
Optional: sesame seeds

Cream shortening till smooth. Add peanut butter, sugar, egg, and vanilla and beat well. In a separate bowl combine flour, wheat germ, dry milk, b. powder, and b. soda. Add the dry ingredients to the wet and stir well. Add liquid milk, oats and raisins. Blend. On a greased cookie sheet place a heaping spoonful of dough and spread in a circle. Leave an inch or more between cookies, as they spread. Sprinkle with sesame seeds on top and press into dough. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Allow cookies to cool before removing as they are very fragile while warm.


1 1/4 cups whole wheat flour
2/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup Grape-Nuts cereal
1/2 lb. bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
1/2 cup shortening, melted
1 egg, beaten
2 tblsp. frozen orange juice concentrate, undiluted
1 tblsp. grated orange peel

Mix flour, sugar, Grape-Nuts and bacon. Add remaining ingredients and blend well. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto a sheet (ungreased if bacon is added, greased if it isn't) and bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes or until cookies are light brown.


3/4 cup shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg, beaten
1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. nutmeg
1 cup mashed banana
1 3/4 cups oatmeal, uncooked

Cream shortening with sugar and then add the egg and mix well. Mix flour, soda, cinnamon and nutmeg together and add to creamed mixture and blend till smooth. Add mashed banana and oatmeal next. Blend. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a greased cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes.

Optional additions: raisins, nuts, wheat germ, sunflower seeds, grated orange peel.


4 cups oatmeal, uncooked
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
The next morning add:
2 eggs, beaten
1 tsp. vanilla or almond extract
Optional: 1/4 cup wheat germ

Mix well. Drop by spoonfuls onto a greased cookie sheet. Bake at 300 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes. Watch them carefully. Remove cookies from baking sheet while still warm or you may never get them off later.

Let me know if you would like additional recipes.

Grannie Phyllis

My adorable grandchildren:
Breaunna Faith, Gabriella Analiese, & Krisalyn Rose.

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By GranniePhyllis (Guest Post)
April 6, 20070 found this helpful


1 cup butter
1 1/2 cups brown sugar, packed
2 eggs, beaten well
1 1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 cup raisins
1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 cup oatmeal, uncooked
2 cups granola
Optional: 1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts

Cream shortening till smooth. Add sugar and blend. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Drop mixture onto a greased cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees until lightly browned on the bottom, 10 to 12 minutes.

My adorable grandchildren:
Joshua David, Noah Michael, Caitlyn Elizabeth, & Madilyn Marie.

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By GranniePhyllis (Guest Post)
April 6, 20070 found this helpful

Great Combos for babies six months to one year:

* cooked oatmeal with prunes and bananas
* sweet potatoes and peas
* corn and winter squash
* beets and cottage cheese
* peaches and bananas
* Yogurt with carrots and peas
* brown rice with yogurt and sweet potatoes
* zucchini and lentils with carrots
* avocado with brussels sprouts and chicken
* kiwi with banana and yogurt
* cooked egg yolk with broccoli and yogurt
* applesauce with beets
* chick pes with yogurt and summer squash
* asparagus with cottage cheese and carrots
~copied~ from The Everything Baby's First Food Book


Consider some of these as a dip for baby:
* hummus and other bean-based purees
* muffins and quick breads
* oatmeal and whole grain hot cereals
* yogurt and cottage cheese with fresh fruit or avocado
* fruit smoothies
* taboule
* mashed potatoes
* scrambled eggs
* avocado in chunks or mashed
* meatballs or meatloaf
* couscous cooked in chicken stock with pureed beans
* pasta with pureed squash and zucchini
* brown rice with tomato sauce cooked with tiny chunks of vegetables
* chunks of turkey or chicken breast
* chunks of tofu
* macaroni and cheese
* whole grain pancakes and waffles
* peanut butter and mashed sweet potato sandwiches
* cubes of mild cheese
* tuna fish salad
* small pieces of fruit: kiwi, banana, peaches, melon, citrus, apple, pear, pineapple, or peeled and quartered seedless grapes

~copied from the same book as above~

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By denise warner (Guest Post)
April 7, 20070 found this helpful

hi i raised 3 healthy boys and i took my mother in laws advise. i gave the baby what we ate according to age level and i used a coffee grinder to grind their food. this saved on baby food and keeping check on the sodium content the boys started eatting regular food as we did much easier.

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