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My DD is 10 months, and is still on formula, not going to whole milk until she's 1, but someone said that I could try cheese. If she can't have milk, I guess I'm confused how she can have cheese? Also, if they can have cheese, what kind is best to start with?
i just recently started giving Amelia cheese, no milk yet, but cheese yes. I bought the bag of cheese crumbles, I think it's monteray jack and cheddar and I just throw them on her tray and she goes to town! She's doing great with it!
I just read that soft cheeses are good, like processed cheese slices bitted up or cottage cheese. My son however is much younger and hasnt been on solids long so hasnt had any cheese yet but my sister started with proccessed cheese as the first cheese.
I think because it is processed differently than milk, its not quite the same, so thats why they can have yogurt and cheese before milk.
I wouldn't give those processed slices yet, (yuck) just regular cheese, my ds loves mozzarella. Plus, it has no coloring in it. just cut it up into small pieces, or shred it.