Homemade Teething Biscuits

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!

Ingredients:

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.

Find even more toddler teething tips and tricks in our NURTURE category in Health!

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Elizabeth Carr
Elizabeth is a Midwestern transplant who still calls Michigan “home” after nearly 10 years in New York City. Her work has taken her from Wall Street to the non-profit sector and she’s currently experimenting with life as a stay-at-home mom to a new baby girl. She loves a sweaty workout, Starbucks and the Sunday New York Times, and seeing the world with her husband Stephen.

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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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