Can my baby eat Goat's cheese

From +6 months

Is goat's cheese healthy for children?

You can start serving goat's cheese from 6 months old, and it actually contains a lot of the nutrients your baby needs at this time of fast growing. The most important being healthy fats and protein. Goat's cheese also offers vitamins (mostly A and B2) and minerals such as calcium and copper. To add to that, goat's cheese contains probiotics that will help with your baby's digestion. Always choose a full-fat cheese that's pasteurised and low in sodium (feta, for example, is high in sodium and should be served only after the first birthday).

How to serve goat's cheese

You can serve goat cheese in a salad, spread it on a bit of bread or crumble it over a warm dish.

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