Whitebait is a freshwater fish with high calcium, high protein and low fat. Today, I used it to make a porridge for my baby. I also added vegetables and millet. Not only beautiful color, but also supplement vitamins and minerals. It is fully in line with the thickness matching and meat and vegetable matching of nutrition, which makes the nutrition more comprehensive and more suitable for the baby’s demand for high-density nutritious food.


50g rice
10g Silverfish
25g millet
45g carrot
30g lettuce
1-2 drops of edible oil


Step 1
Ingredients: rice / 50g, millet / 25g, whitebait / 10g, carrot / 45g, lettuce / 30g

Step 2
Wash rice and millet, add an appropriate amount of water, and boil it into porridge in an electric rice cooker. Mothers who have time can soak rice and millet for 15-30 minutes in advance, or cook porridge in casserole. PS: This is the weight of two babies in my family. If one baby eats, the ingredients should be halved.

Step 3
Wash the small silverfish several times in advance and soak it in cold water until soft. PS: you can also buy fresh whitebait and clean it. No silver fish can also be replaced with Cod, bass, salmon, etc.

Step 4
Wash lettuce, peel and chop.

Step 5
Wash, peel and chop carrots. PS: the baby needs to cut the pieces.

Step 6
Soak the soft little whitebait and chop it into powder.

Step 7
After the porridge is cooked, transfer it to the pot (preferably casserole) and add carrots.

Step 8
Add lettuce.

Step 9
Add whitebait.

Step 10
When all the ingredients are soft and cooked, you can come out of the pot.

Step 11
After coming out of the pot, let it cool a little, add a few drops of edible oil, stir evenly, and you can give it to the baby. PS: mom must remember to add edible oil. Vitamin A in carrots is a fat soluble vitamin, which needs to be absorbed in fat. Therefore, eating with some edible oil or meat can improve the absorption rate.