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Neocate custard

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  • 150 ml (5 fl oz) Neocate formula i.e. 5 scoops of Neocate powder
  • 2–3 teaspoons of ground rice or maize/corn flour or baby rice cereal flakes
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar

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Method / Preparation

1. Place the rice/corn flour into a small saucepan.
2. Gradually add the Neocate formula to form a smooth paste.
3. Add the remaining Neocate formula and sugar.
4. Heat over a medium heat, stirring constantly to prevent lumps forming. This will take 1–2 minutes until custard thickens.


A Neocate weaning recipe, enough for 1 serving.

Handy hints:

2 teaspoons of ground rice flour provides thinner custard. 3 teaspoons of rice flour produces custard of “gel like” consistency. This recipe makes 80 ml (3 fl oz) of custard.

Recipe can be easily doubled.

For flavour variation, omit the sugar and add 1/2 teaspoon of golden syrup. Another option is in addition to the sugar, add 1/2 a vanilla bean pod, split down the centre or a few drops of pure vanilla essence if permitted. Remove the vanilla bean before serving. Imitation vanilla essence may contain non-permitted additives.

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