It is necessary to be filled with confidence when you make something for a toddler. You cannot rely on your own palate and so I was very happy when Hannah tucked into the teething biscuits I made for her.
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14 years ago Dave bought me a Hyundai Getz. At that stage I was doing a lot of mileage. Within 18 months I had done 68 000 kilometres and we traded it in for another Getz. That was upgraded to an i20 which had a clutch issue. Hyundai offered me a buy back and we decided to get the i30. When that car got close to 90 000 kilometres we decided a new i30 would be in order. It was my 5th car in 10 years and it has served me well for the past 4 years. The time has come to start looking for a new car for me. I would prefer something with seating higher off the ground. This is where the new SUV range of cars comes into play. There are so many on the market and the first one we looked at was a Hyundai.
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In France we hired a Peugeot 208 GT Line and we were impressed. We went to our local Peugeot dealer to take a look at the 2008 SUV’s. There are 6 models but they only keep the automatic. When we were there, they had a manual GT Line in the workshop so we could take a look at that. But the sales agent didn’t know the differences between the various cars. When we enquired about the manual 2008 we want, he told us he would have to see where in the country one could be found. And if I wanted to be specific about the colour I would have to wait 6 months for the car to come from France. Not being filled with confidence at all by this, and the fact that after 2 weeks we have not heard back, we won’t be buying a Peugeot.
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- 160 g wholegrain steelcut oats
- 100 g rolled oats
- 25 g desiccated coconut
- 5 mls baking powder
- 2.5 mls ground cinnamon
- 2.5 mls ground ginger
- 2.5 mls ground nutmeg
- 2.5 mls vanilla powder
- 220 g apple purée
- 30 mls maple syrup
- 30 g coconut oil, melted
- Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
- Place the steelcut oats into a blender and process until they look like bran
- Pour into a mixing bowl and add the oats, coconut, baking powder and spices
- Stir and then add the apple purée, syrup and coconut oil
- Mix to combine and then use an ice cream scoop to measure out the biscuits
- Place the scoops onto a lined baking tray, leaving space in between
- Flatten each one and place the tray into the oven
- Bake for half an hour then remove from the oven and flip them over
- Return to the oven and bake for another 30 minutes
- Remove from the oven and leave to harden overnight on the baking tray
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9 thoughts on “Teething Biscuits To Offer Teething Relief”
In France we wait that long for a car too.. Getting boring white is a much quicker option.. 😉
I am also particular about the car colour that I want. Certain colours do nothing for me! I would enjoy these rusks I think as I love crunchy food.
I am with you on that! Some colours are just awful.
Love this teething biscuit recipe! It’s right where we are at. And you nailed it~ adults have different taste palates than children, it’s unrealistic to expect them to enjoy all the same foods we do. This does mean getting creative!
Hope you make these for your son 🙂
My best friend had a baby recently – this recipe will come in handy soon!
How the baby enjoys them as much as my granddaughter did.
A lovely recipe, Tandy. I have tagged my sister. I wouldn’t buy a French car in South Africa. They can’t handle the dust here and you get problems. Stick with Hyundai, they are good cars. I have an Audi Q3 and it only has 20 000 km on the clock after 4 years.
You don’t do much milage at all!