Teething biscuits… kinda old school, eh (nothing like teething necklaces!)? Most store-bought teething biscuits, I’m sure contain high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, not to mention refined flour and synthetic additives. I think these ingredients should be illegal to serve to children. Even the “organic” varieties use enriched flours, rancid vegetable oils, and dry milk.
So, as your kids start teething, you might also want to give them a nutritious biscuit to chew on. Teething biscuits can soothe gums and are great practice for eating solid foods (aka baby-led weaning).
Note: these biscuits aren’t really made for “eating” per se, but rather tasting and gnawing.
Here are a couple of recipes that you can try. See the recipe by clicking on the title…