Although my bullet comes equipped with a separate blade to grind grains, I chose to use my food processor especially because I wanted to go to town and grind enough to last me a bit!
Super Baby Food recommends grinding for about 2 minutes, which I concur. I stopped when the grains looked powdery
Let’s start with the brown rice/millet combo.
Boil 1 cup of water.
I measured out 2.5 Tablespoons of brown rice powder and 1 Tablespoon of millet powder. Pour slowly and continuously whisk.
This is the thickness mine turned out to be using the above measurements. My baby is probably eating closer to the stage 3 food consistency (although I can’t be sure since I haven’t purchased a stage 3 jar yet) so I made my porridge thick. It worked out just fine because I still pump every few days (for these kinds of situations) and always have a supply of expressed breastmilk in my frig. This batch (using the above measurements. not the one pictured) lasted me 3 days. Of course, with each porridge meal, I add lots of veggies/fruits/combo. She totally eats it up! ugh! Why did I buy? I should have just made it myself! Thanks for the encouragement, lil sis! I made a brown rice/barley combo and had some myself and it totally tastes like jook (Korean for porridge and made when one is not feeling well).
I am so blessed to have 2.5 (out of 3) good eaters! My older daughter can be a bit picky at times but will always try new foods. My son eats EVERYTHING and baby #3 seems to be taking after him. I plan on starting her on broccoli tomorrow and then ground lentils. I will let you know how she does with beans. I’m a bean lover myself so I’m hoping she loves it!