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DIY Teething Biscuits! {guest post} - The Snap Mom

DIY Teething Biscuits! {guest post}

Oats & ‘Naner Biscuits

Teething cranky baby? Here is a healthy recipe for you to make your own biscuits to soothe those sore little gums without all of the preservatives, sugar, and empty carbs that come with most of the kinds on grocery store shelves! Oats & ‘Naner Biscuits are nutritious and tasty teething biscuits.They are very simple to make, and makes your house smell delicious while baking!


Hello my name is Lisa Baker (yes for real!), and I love to bake, learn new recipes, and create recipes of my own. Ever since having my son Wyatt, I’ve researched nutritious ways of making my own food for him. I would grind brown rice to make my own rice cereal, as well as grind whole oats to make baby oatmeal. Then I graduated into making him baby teething biscuits to nutritious first birthday cakes! -Lisa B.




  • Mix dry, mix wet, add wet to dry. Drop by the spoonful onto parchment paper or greased baking sheet. Bake 12-15 min at 350 or 325 for dark and non-stick pans.
  • Suggestion: Use a fun cookie cutter to make any fun-design biscuit. I made cute little mitten biscuits.Don’t all babies chew on their cute hands while teething?
  • Note: This recipe will yield a dough that is not your “mama’s cookie dough.” The dough may be sticky or “goopy” or may seem too thick. This is common due to the nature of the ingredients.




IMPORTANT CAUTION: When feeding your infant teething biscuits, finger foods or any other food that may pose a choking hazard, it is VERY important to watch the child closely. Always ensure the child is in a totally upright sitting position as well.

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