Get Creative with Gerber Cereal

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How to Get Creative With Gerber Cereal

Since I have been raising kids for over 11 years there are certain staples that always seem to be in my home. One staple that has been in my home for a very long time is Gerber Cereal. When it’s time to start introducing little ones to solid food, Gerber Cereal is the go-to product for all of the moms that I know and it was the go-to product for me when my girls were little. A few things that I love about the line of Gerber cereals is that they provide a blend of vitamins that your baby needs, they are iron-fortified, and they are organic. In addition, what I also love is that you can get creative with Gerber cereal. Since little ones always move beyond eating only cereal I always make sure to incorporate the leftover Gerber cereal and oatmeal into snacks that my kids, big and young, will enjoy. I hate to waste good food and I am sure that you do too, so I want to share with you how you can get creative with Gerber cereal and oatmeal.

There are So Many Ways to Get Creative with Gerber Cereal

When new moms ask me which cereal to start their little ones on and where to get them, I always send them to Walmart and then suggest starting them on Gerber Multigrain Cereal, Gerber Oatmeal & Banana Cereal, or Gerber Single Grain Oatmeal Cereal. Once they begin to crawl, I suggest that they try the Lil’ Bits® Oatmeal Banana Strawberry. The Lil’ Bits® selection gives little ones the opportunity to enjoy and experience a new texture and taste. As I mentioned above, each of the cereals and oatmeal has Vitablocks® blend of 6 B Vitamins, Vitamins E and C, iron, zinc, and calcium.

Gerber Cereal at Walmart

As a childcare provider and a mom, when my little ones are able to sit independently and the pediatrician gives the okay for them to start solid foods, I like to start them on Gerber Multigrain Cereal. The look on their little face is priceless when they get their first bite of solid food but once they get the hang of it, they seem to never get enough. After a week has passed and they begin to show signs of wanting to switch to a new food, I introduce them to Gerber’s Oatmeal & Banana Cereal. They always seem to perk up after they taste the new flavor.

Gerber Cereal

Once they move beyond eating cereal, in an effort to add more vitamins and iron I like to mix a spoon full of cereal into their meal such as Gerber’s Yogurt Blends or Gerber’s All Natural Apple Strawberry Banana. This is also a great way to thicken their meal up as they get older.

Gerber Baby is a Happy Baby

When kids start to move away from soft foods and begin to independently feed themselves this is when I like to get creative with Gerber Cereal. There are so many things that you can do and make with Gerber Cereal and Oatmeal. Some things that I like to make are Mini Chocolate Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Cookies, Strawberry Banana Yogurt Bites, and Banana Flavored Teething Biscuits.

What would you create with Gerber Cereal? 

Comments

  1. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would buy some summer clothes.

  2. Birdiebee says:

    I would make banana muffins with Gerber cereal.

  3. Sarah Mayer says:

    I would make some type of muffin with the gerber cereal.

  4. Shayna Brookman says:

    I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE OATMEAL COOKIES FOR MY KIDS 🙂

  5. Jillian Too says:

    I would love to use the $50 to buy diapers and wipes.

  6. James Robert says:

    I’d buy shorts for my kids with the gift card

  7. I would create oatmeal cookies and add walnuts and raisins.

  8. I would use the cereal in smoothies and baked goods for my Dad, always trying to get a bit more nutrition in him

  9. Jessica says:

    I use Gerber cereal to make teething biscuits for my daughter.

  10. amy pugmire says:

    I would make some oatmeal cookies with it!

  11. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Would Create Banana Bread Or Banana Muffins With Gerber Cereal.

  12. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    I would love to make some bread with the leftovers. I feel like I have hit the jackpot of ideas. I never would have thought to make food with cereal.

  13. I would make some oatmeal cookies.

  14. Maria C. says:

    I would create cookies & muffins

  15. Lisa Brown says:

    I would make mini muffins with the cereal, I would spend the money on groceries, thanks for the chance 🙂

  16. Laurajj says:

    I would love to try to make some pancakes with it!

  17. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I would buy wipes and diapers if I won.

  18. HS kraftmaking says:

    I would make blueberry muffin with Gerber cereal, and use gift card to get diapers and wipes.

  19. Right now my daughter is loving good ol’ plain rice cereal!! Can’t wait to start adding stuff!

  20. Evie B. says:

    I would make oatmeal raisin cookies with Gerber’s oatmeal cereal.

  21. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I can’t wait to hear your recipes! I would mix in some blueberries and greek yogurt with it for my son.

  22. courtney b says:

    I would get my son some summer clothes with $50

    thanks!

  23. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would use it to make some pancakes with and I would buy my granddaughter some new summer clothes

  24. Sarah Hall says:

    I would spend the money on food or a gift for my daughter’s birthday.

  25. Lee Mckeon says:

    I would make a little strawberry smoothie!

  26. Allison Swain says:

    I’d make the oatmeal and banana cereal.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  27. I never thought about how baby cereal could be used for so many things before! That’s great to know you can use it for so many things!

  28. Elizabeth J. says:

    I’d use the $50 for clothes for the kids!

  29. Steve Weber says:

    I would buy groceries.

  30. Sarah Hayes says:

    Id use the $50 to buy groceries. thank you for the chance to win

  31. We sure have used a lot of gerber cereal over the years! We are moving soon so I would use the gift card for some new decor items!

  32. Joyce @ My Stay At Home Adventures says:

    My baby will be arriving this June and will use the gift card for his needs.

  33. Kelly D says:

    I would buy sandals for my kids.

  34. natasha lamoreux says:

    I would use it to start buying summer clothes for my little ones.

  35. kelly tupick says:

    I would use the cereal to make little strawberry gerber cookies.

  36. Barbara Montag says:

    I would use the gift card to buy summer clothes for the grand kids.
    thank you

  37. I would buy clothes for my kids.

  38. Betsy Barnes says:

    If I won, I would surprise my hubby and take him out to lunch 🙂

  39. Cheryl B says:

    I would buy my Granddaughter new shoes.

  40. shelly peterson says:

    I would buy my grandson some summer outfits.

  41. I would spend $50 right now on birthday gifts for my two kids with spring birthdays.

  42. Janet W. says:

    I would use this gift card to buy my grandsons new bathing suits for our upcoming beach vacation!

  43. Kristen says:

    I’d spend it on a housewarming gift for a friend.

  44. Natalie says:

    I would use the $50 to buy a crib for my sister in law.

  45. Mami2jcn says:

    I would buy diapers.

  46. I would make the whole wheat oatmeal cereal.

  47. I would buy groceries with this gift card

  48. Julie Wood says:

    I would create mini waffles for my daughter and son with the Gerber cereal. They would love it!

  49. We started off using the Gerber Oatmeal and I used it to bump up pureed foods that I over watered. My blender needed a lot of water to make things smooth, but then it was more like a drink so I used the oatmeal to make it thicker and spoon-feed my little in his earlier solids days 🙂

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