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Brown rice and quinoa baby rusks


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Ingredients

10 piece(s)

  • 50 grams quinoa seed
  • 75 grams brown rice
  • 1/2 Apple, cored, (peeled if desired)
  • 10 grams Rapadura or Raw Sugar, (optional)
  • 30 grams butter, cold, (if dairy free use dairy free spread or coconut oil)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1.  Preheat oven to 170 degrees celcius.  Place quinoa and rice in TM bowl and mill on speed 9 for 1 minute.  Set aside.  No need to clean bowl.

    2.  Place apple in TM bowl and chop on speed 5 until quiet (few seconds).  Scrape down and repeat.

    3.  Add milled grains and remaining ingredients into TM bowl with apple and mix on speed 4 until fully combined.

    4.  Roll into 10 log shapes and place on baking tray lined with baking paper.

    5.  Bake for 30-35 minutes, or until golden brown and quite firm to touch.

    6.  Place on cooling rack and once cooled, store in airtight container.

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Tip

1.  If you find the quinoa is too strong flavour for your child, reduce the qty and increase the rice qty to make up 125g.  You could also use just rice, or other grains.  Quinoa is a great source of protein, vital for little growing bodies!

2.  Although the TMX chops the apple up quite finely, if your child is quite young you may prefer to peel the apple to avoid any risk of choking.

 


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  • I used 2 dates instead of

    Submitted by Carola Cocacola on 20. October 2015 - 16:49.

    I used 2 dates instead of sugar and the taste is delicious. The only problem is that they break very easily which is not what i wanted... does using sugar make them harder and more suckable (without breaking)?

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  • My 7mth old loved them. I

    Submitted by JB1 on 18. October 2015 - 20:37.

    My 7mth old loved them. I used half an apple because that's all I had and add a zucchini. Very easy to make

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  • Hello, I am going to make

    Submitted by Nfp80 on 23. September 2015 - 16:07.

    Hello, I am going to make these for my son and was wondering if the quinoa needs to be rinsed? 

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  • My granddaughter loved them

    Submitted by Kim Clews on 9. July 2015 - 22:55.

    My granddaughter loved them

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  • These are great.  My 8 month

    Submitted by Kerjay on 3. May 2015 - 08:13.

    These are great.  My 8 month old loves them.  Thank you for sharing.

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  • easy to do, tastes great 

    Submitted by Morton100 on 26. January 2015 - 14:26.

    easy to do, tastes great  Cooking 7

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  • omg my bab loved them

    Submitted by poppyb on 6. October 2014 - 15:08.

    omg my bab loved them

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  • Definitely not glamorous

    Submitted by DeBro09 on 4. October 2014 - 21:44.

    Definitely not glamorous (used red quinoa) but my 9mo enjoys them!

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  • Forgot to put a star rating!

    Submitted by Wholefood Mumma on 7. December 2013 - 19:50.

    Forgot to put a star rating!

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  • Yum!   i used 1 small apple

    Submitted by Wholefood Mumma on 7. December 2013 - 18:51.

    Yum!

     

    i used 1 small apple and replaced the sugar with 3 dried dates. Next time I'll add a pinch of dried ginger tmrc_emoticons.) They are so yummy and toasty I'm afraid I'll eat them all!!

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  • Oooo cant to try

    Submitted by gem_gem05 on 19. October 2013 - 21:07.

    Oooo cant to try these........ how long do they keep for in an airtight container ?

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  • Thanks:)

    Submitted by Tmx on 7. April 2013 - 21:48.

    Thankstmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I'm sorry to hear that Tmx. 

    Submitted by mjklimec on 22. March 2013 - 21:06.

    I'm sorry to hear that Tmx.  They shouldn't fall apart so easily.  Your mix may need to be a little wetter (ie - more apple) to make it less crumbly.  Make sure the rice and quinoa are well ground also.  Hope these suggestions help.

    Cheers,

    Melissa

     

    www.mellymaks.blogspot.com

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  • I tried making these. I left

    Submitted by Tmx on 18. March 2013 - 20:30.

    I tried making these. I left them in oven for longer than stated time but still found that they broke off easily. My 8 mo loves them but its a choking hazard because it breaks off. Am I doing something wrong or is it meant to break off? Thankstmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Can't wait to try these out

    Submitted by Haluna Happy on 19. February 2013 - 00:25.

    Can't wait to try these out for my teething 8mo!!!

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  • Thanks for the feedback

    Submitted by mjklimec on 30. January 2013 - 15:37.

    Thanks for the feedback Kazi_sun!  I'm glad your daughter liked them and love your idea to use figs!  Might have to try that myself next time too!! tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    www.mellymaks.blogspot.com

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  • Hi, I made these today, thank

    Submitted by kazi_sun on 28. January 2013 - 20:41.

    Hi, I made these today, thank you for the recipe!  I only used a little apple as my daughter is intolerant to apple, so added some dried figs that I had soaked in filtered water as well.  It worked really well! Next time I will swap it out completely tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Hi Sharnee. Not a stupid

    Submitted by mjklimec on 31. October 2012 - 21:25.

    Hi Sharnee.

    Not a stupid question!!  No I used raw rice.  Haven't found any issues with my little one and my friends who I gave some to also but probably can't comment across the board!

    Also because the rice is ground down so finely, it will have cooked by the time the rusks are cooked.

    Cheers,

    Mel

     

    www.mellymaks.blogspot.com

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  • Stupid question, but do you

    Submitted by Sharnee on 9. October 2012 - 14:59.

    Stupid question, but do you use cooked rice? If not, are there any issues with digesting raw rice? 

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