Home > Experts > Question Search health advice Find an answer Question Posted by: landi | 2006/06/27 Q.at what age did you give these to your baby 1.baby one minute noodles2.flings chippies 3.smash4.nesquick5.milo6.rusks to chew on7. eggs - scrambled8. regular ultramel custardi just want to compare with my twin boys. I am realy having a bad time getting them to eat. they are so fussy. Any other suggestions as what to give a nine month old. More: All ExpertsForumArchive 3 Pin It user comments Posted by: Leigh | 2006/06/28 MorningNoodles - I have given him some spaghetti if we are having ut never used the baby noodles. Flings - I gave him from about 10 monthsSmash - I dont eat Smash so he has never had itNesquick - I dont have it in the house so I have never given it to himMilo - never given to himRusks - he didnt like them as he only started teething at 14 monthsEggs - he ate scrambled eggs from 8 months because he has no allergiesCustard - he loves custard but I only give it to him occassionallyMy son is 17 months and I have given him just about everything (cleared some stuff with paed first). My son eats like a champion. Reply to Leigh Posted by: sambinoct | 2006/06/28 1.baby one minute noodles - this is only from 18months, says on the packet2.flings chippies - I gave now and then from 10months3.smash - rather give fresh mash, too processed4.nesquick - not good for their teeth but okay as a treat now and then5.milo - not good for their teeth, even if they don't have any :)6.rusks to chew on - okay if they have no teeth so they don't choke. I used dried mango strips and worked great7. eggs - scrambled - egg yellow is fine from 9months but egg white only from 1 year (allergy related)8. regular ultramel custard - you get purity custard, don't give too much, only as a treatPurple's suggestions are great. My son eats all of what she's mentioned. He's now 15months old. He also loves his mari biscuits ... Reply to sambinoct Posted by: Purple | 2006/06/28 Hi,I started giving the noodles at around 15 months.He got flings chips at parties after he was a year oldSmash - I have never given this, I prefer to steam or boil potatoes and mash them myself with milk and cheese. I've done this with EBM and no cheese since about 7 months of age, but he preferred sweet potato.Nesquick - I only started giving some now at 2 and a half when I weaned him off the breast.Milo - haven't given - nothing against it though.I gave rusks to chew on from 7 months - but my son had no teeth until 11 months (when I stopped giving them) so he couldn't break pieces off and choke. I re-started giving them about 2 weeks ago.I gave eggs in all forms - scrambled, boiled - hard and with dippy toast, not fried though from a year. You can give one part of the egg from 9 months, but I can't remember if its the yolk or the white, so I just waited till a year.I've never given custard. We as a family don't eat pudding, so I've just never thought about it.I found that my sons favourite foods were always fresh or dried fruit.At 9 months, they might want to be more actively involved in feeding themselves. My son would not be fed from age 10 months onwards, and he could not feed himself with a spoon - so I gave only finger foods.Lots of pieces of fresh fruit, little cubes of steamed chicken breast, fried chicken livers with garlic, steamed mixed frozen veg, - he loved picking up the cooked peas and corn, and he adores carrots.He also loved rice cakes with cottage cheese on them.LIttle squares of brown bread with marmiteYou can also give yoghurt Reply to Purple Want to comment? Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Reply to Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: Close Submit comment advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.