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homemade teething biscuits

Seasons of teething can be stressful enough without worrying about what might be in those store-bought biscuits. However, it’s also not a time when you want to be spending a long time in the kitchen. This easy recipe includes just a few ingredients, can be thrown together quickly, and allows you to save even more time time by using store-bought purees. It results in a biscuit that your little one can happily gnaw on for some time!


The batter will have a runny consistency and to get them hard enough for hurting teeth, they must be baked in a 200 degree oven for at least 90 minutes 0r more to harden.

They can be refrigerated or frozen for even more soothing power.

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  1. So I’m a little confused.. Do you take the batter and make it into balls before baking? Or is it so liquidy that you just pour it onto a cookie sheet? Or what? 😛

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