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Recipe

Blueberry porridge with Neocate Junior

blueberry porridge

Recipe highlights

Category:

Cow's milk allergy

Servings:

1 serving

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Ingredient

50g porridge oats or instant oats
125ml water
10 blueberries, halved
3 scoops Neocate Junior Unflavoured or Vanilla flavour
*Oats may contain traces of gluten. Always check the label, and ask your Doctor or Dietitian for advice if your child reacts to wheat/gluten

Method

  1. Place the oats and liquid in a small pan.
  2. Heat gently until the mixture thickens.
  3. Remove from the heat.
  4. Stir in the blueberries and Neocate Junior.
  5. Stir through a little more water to desired consistency, if required.

Allergens may be present, please check individual product labels. If concerned about allergens please contact your healthcare professional.

Image is a serving suggestion only – ensure all foods are prepared to the appropriate size and texture for your child before serving. This website is intended for parents or carers of children who have been prescribed a product from the Neocate range by a Healthcare Professional.

The Neocate range are Foods for Special Medical Purposes for the dietary management of cow’s milk allergy, multiple food protein allergies or other conditions where an amino acid formula is recommended, and must be used under medical supervision after full consideration of all feeding options, including breastfeeding.

Leave the oats to soak in the liquid for a couple of minutes before cooking to make a really smooth porridge. The porridge can be cooked in the microwave.

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