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The Teething Cookie Program


Is your baby cutting teeth and in the need for something special to chew on? These teething cookies are a breeze to make and a delicious treat your baby will love!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Sarah

    Why do you use soy flour for these?

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    • Catherine

      Soy flour is high in protein and makes the cookies a bit lighter. If you don't have it you can easily leave it out, though.

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  • Nicole

    Perfect timing! I was just thinking about teething cookies, and didn't want to buy them from a store!

    What did you line the pan with?

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    • Catherine

      I use silpats. They're great for anyone who likes to bake b/c it won't burn the bottom of things like cookies: http://astore.amazon.com/weelicious-20/detail/B00008T960

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  • Nessie

    I'm not comfortable giving my kids soy anything. Is there another flour that I could use instead of the soy flour? Thanks!

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    • Catherine

      You could just use an extra tbsp of whole wheat flour.

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  • Kati Living Well

    These look great! And so easy. My baby is only 4 months old but I will definitely have to remember these for later :-)

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  • Helen

    Can we substitute soy flour with any other kind of flour? I normally don't use soy flour for anything...

    Thanks!

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    • Catherine

      You can use an extra tbsp of whole wheat flour.

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  • Tina S.

    Great timing! My son is getting teeth 3 and 4 right now and I am going to make these today. I'm subbing ground roasted flax seeds for the wheat germ, because it's what I have, and subbing almond flour for the soy flour because I always have almond flour on hand. I am so excited to be able to give my son something that can help ease his pain. Thanks!

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  • Theresa

    At what age would you suggest to start making these? My daughter is 5 months but is wanting to chew on everything and is constantly drooling.

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    • Helen

      I think it's supposed to be for babies 8 months and up. Your baby should be able to chew solids before you start introducing any kind of teething cookie, they will crumble and they are supposed to be eaten.

      I would suggest you get her a tri chew or a chewy tube if she wants some serious oral stimulation, they will provide enough sensory input for her.

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  • Anne

    LOVED THESE! My seven month old really liked them! Thank you so much for this. Now, any suggestions for different flavors? Could I use maple syrup to replace the molasses?

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  • Sherry W

    Love the recipe, they look great. One concern is the molasses. It seems to fall in a \"grey area\". It is said to possibly carry spores forming botchulisum like honey. I realize it is high in iron but is there a substitute if I am not comfortable giving it to my child?

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  • Mary

    Hi , these seem great &amp; I would love to make them but my child can not have the wheat or soy , To bad think they would have enjoyed them

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  • Meghan Edwards

    Is there anywhere this recipe is written so I can print it? I can't wait to make these for my twin girls.

    Thank you

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    • Catherine McCord

      It is linked in the video description, and here it is! http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2008/02/15/the-teething-cookie/

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  • Natalia

    Love the recipe will be trying it with my baby soon to be 7 months but I had a question can I use breast milk instead of the soy milk

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