Care and Nutrition with Holle Organic Oatmeal Porridge

Well if you have been thinking of giving your baby the balanced diet needed by it to grow appropriately, we will never know until we try on the range of organic baby porridges and milk formulas. Holle’s nourishing Organic Oatmeal Porridge is the perfect completion of your baby’s diet.

You must have observed Haferflocken on your kid’s cereal box. Haferflocken is German for oatmeal (hafer means oats & flocken means flakes/meal). So your organic porridge cereal contains Demeter certified organic oatmeal flour and vitamin B1 (as required by the EU). The oatmeal flour is finely grounded pure organic oats.

Mix it with water, fruit puree, or vegetable puree for a delicious dairy-free snack or mix with milk for a hearty, satisfying meal. Demeter whole grain oat flour and thiamin make this nutritious cereal with no harmful chemicals, added sugars, or genetically modified ingredients.

Holle is one of the most trusted names in the baby food industry, has been committed to providing the safest and healthiest baby food options for more than 80 years.

Features of Holle Organic Oatmeal Porridge

  • Fiber rich whole grain oat flour
  • Vitamin B1 for heart and brain function
  • Dairy free
  • Multiple preparation options
  • Quick and easy preparation
  • Biodynamic agriculture
  • NO added sugars
  • NO GMO
  • No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
  • Suitable from 6 months on

Storage and Usage Instructions:

Holle Organic Oatmeal Porridge is delicious filler for your baby to serve after baby’s bottle or breast milk feedings. Prepare baby porridge right before serving the baby and don’t re-use leftovers. To maintain product integrity, store opened cereal in a tightly sealed bag or container. Keep cereal in a cool environment and do not expose to excessive heat.

Here are some nutrition facts from the back of your cereal box just in case you don’t notice.

natural sugar content of the ingredients*
*A pack yields approximately 10 servings of half milk porridge, according to recipe.