Hipp porridge fine millet, 200g

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  • 31.10.2024
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Fine cereal porridge: also suitable for hypoallergens, as without milk

Hipp elephant on blanketHiPP organic cereal porridges contain valuable, tender organic cereal flakes. They are without added sugar and are particularly suitable if you want to prepare the porridge for your baby yourself. HiPP Organic Cereal Porridge Fine Millet, for the safe and balanced nutrition of your baby. In the cereal guide, which you can find on our tab "Notes / Tips", you can discover which cereals are particularly valuable for your offspring.

  • without added sugar - ingredients naturally contain sugar
  • with selected ingredients
  • with vitamin B1* - important for the nervous system
  • with valuable, easily digestible organic whole grains
  • gluten-free
  • without milk
  • vegan recipe

HA suitable - without milk

*required by law in baby cereals

Filling quantity (weight): 200g
vegetarian: yes (V label)
vegan: yes
baby food: mash
milk-free products: Yes
Products with organic ingredients: Yes
age group: as from the 5th month
gluten-free products: Yes
Shipping weight: 0,241 kg
Manufacturer: Hipp
Dimensions HxWxD (approx.): 199x129x46 mm
Made in: EU (Germany)
product group: cereal porridge
brand: Hipp
further properties: climate neutral, gluten free, lactose-free, no added sugar, non dairy
Label: klimaneutral
Target group: Baby
Manufacturer address: Hipp GmbH & Co. Vertriebs KG, Georg-Hipp-Str. 7, 85276 Pfaffenhofen (Ilm), Deutschland
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Nutritional information Ingredients Nutritional values... mehr
Nutritional values Ingredients

Nutritional information

Ingredients

Nutritional values per 100g
powder
(% daily requirement*)
per prepared 
serving
(% daily requirement*)
Energy 1.652 kJ 631 kJ
  390 kcal 150 kcal
Fat 2,0g 4 g
thereof saturated
fatty acids
0,2g 2,3g
Carbohydrates 81,7g 22,7 g
thereof sugar1 0,7g 4,9g
Dietary fiber 3,0g 0,7 g
Protein 9,7g 5,4 g
Salt2 <0,05g 0,13g
Sodium <0,02g 0,05g
Vitamin B1 1,4mg (280%) 0.31mg (84%)

 

* according to reference value
1 natural sugar content from ingredients
2 calculated from natural content of ingredients

Depending on the type of preparation, different nutritional values per serving may result.

Standard preparation per serving: 22 g product + 25 g HiPP 2 BIO Combiotik® powder + 200 ml water

Whole millet flour* 36%, rice semolina* 34%, corn flour* 30%, vitamin B1. *from organic production 
Preparation with milk formula 22 g product + 25 g milk food powder (e.g. HiPP 2 BIO... mehr

Preparation with milk formula

Hipp preparation

22 g product + 25 g milk food powder (e.g. HiPP 2 BIO Combiotik®) + 200 ml water

  1. boil 200 ml water and cool to approx. 50 °C³ 
  2. put 25 g of milk food powder and 22 g (3-4 tablespoons) of HiPP Millet Porridge in a plate. Add the cooled water and stir.
  3. Allow to swell until desired texture is reached. Check temperature

Preparation as porridge with HA food

When using HiPP HA foods, preparation as HA porridge is possible.

Hipp preparationPreparation as dairy-free cereal-fruit porridge

boil 100 ml water, cool to approx. 50 °C³ . place 2 tablespoons (11 g) HiPP Millet Porridge in a plate. Add the cooled water and stir. Add ½ glass (approx. 95 g) HiPP fruit (e.g. Williams-Christ pears) and stir in a teaspoon of HiPP organic rapeseed oil. Allow to swell until desired texture is reached. Check temperature.

Preparation as half-milk porridge

put 100 ml whole milk + 100 ml water** in a saucepan and bring to the boil. Allow to cool to about 50°C³ . place 3-4 tablespoons (22 g) HiPP Millet Porridge in a plate. Add the cooled liquid and stir. Stir in one teaspoon of HiPP Organic Rapeseed Oil. Allow to swell until desired texture is reached. Check temperature.

³ For optimal solubility: do not prepare porridge with water that is too hot
** The addition of water is necessary to reduce the protein content of the cow's milk in a way that is suitable for children

Grain varieties at a glance Corn (gluten-free) What is corn and where does it come from?... mehr

Grain varieties at a glance

Corn (gluten-free)

  • What is corn and where does it come from?
    Corn is a plant species of the sweet grass family. It originated in Mexico and came to Europe in 1525 by Christopher Columbus.

  • Why is corn suitable for baby nutrition?
    Corn contains many healthy ingredients such as beta-carotene (provitamin A), various B vitamins, as well as vitamin E. It is also rich in minerals, especially worth mentioning are iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc. Corn is also gluten-free and is therefore particularly suitable for the start of complementary feeding.

  • Did you know?
    Together with rice, corn is the most widely grown cereal in the world. Popcorn is made by heating dried kernels of special corn varieties. The starch in the corn then puffs up, gelatinizes and emerges from the husk with a foam-like structure. Corn is a heat-loving plant and requires dry sites in wind-exposed locations to meet the special requirements for baby food. Corn has been used in our HiPP porridges since 2009.

Sources
https://www.gesundheit.de/ernaehrung/lebensmittel/gemuese/mais-gesunder-genuss 
https://www.lebensmittellexikon.de/z0000080.php
http://www.sfk.online/#/search/food/K0104
http://www.maiskomitee.de/web/public/Fakten.aspx/Wissenswertes

Millet (gluten-free)

  • What is millet and where does it come from?
    Millet belongs to the sweet grass family and is the umbrella term for small-fruited spelt cereals. There are over 600 species of millet worldwide. Its origins can be found in East and Central Asia and in the North African Mediterranean region.

  • Why is millet suitable for baby nutrition?
    The name millet comes from ancient Germanic and means something like satiety. Due to its ingredients, millet lives up to its name and, in addition to energy, also has contents of many minerals and trace elements such as iron, magnesium or silicon. These are ingredients that are important for baby's development. Millet is one of the ancient cereals and is also gluten-free. Because of its relatively hard shell and tart taste, millet should always be eaten hulled.

  • Did you know?
    Millet is the oldest cereal, on the basis of which unleavened flatbread was already made 8000 years ago. Due to its low gluten content, millet can be used very well for porridge production. Since 2010, the so-called panicle millet has been used for our HiPP products.

Sources
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/urgetreide-28442.html 
http://www.hirsemuehle.de/hirse_htmls/hirse_das_hirsekorn.htm
https://www.lebensmittellexikon.de/h0000460.php
Ternes: Lexikon der Lebensmittel und der Lebensmittelchemie. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007

Rice (gluten-free)

  • What is rice and where does it come from?
    Rice belongs to the grass family and refers to an annual cereal plant that includes over 8000 different species. It is grown in most Asian countries, but mainly in China and India. However, there are numerous areas of cultivation in Europe as well.

  • Why is rice suitable for baby feeding?
    Rice serves as a staple food for about half of the world's population. Husked white rice primarily provides carbohydrates and energy to the body, while unhusked rice also has a much higher nutritional value in vitamins, minerals and fiber. Rice also represents a gluten-free grain alternative. As finely ground rice flakes, it can be integrated into baby's diet from an early age.
  • Did you know?
    The history of rice cultivation in Southeast Asia goes back up to 7000 years. Over 500 million tons of rice are processed annually. In many Asian languages, the words for rice and for food are identical, a sign of the great importance the plant has there for nutrition. For rice, as for all other raw materials, only the very best qualities are sourced. Only selected fields are harvested and processed for HiPP. To ensure water supply, rice is usually grown in river deltas or near large water sources.

Sources
Ternes: Lexikon der Lebensmittel und der Lebensmittelchemie. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007 
http://www.getreide.org/reis.html
http://www.planet-wissen.de/gesellschaft/lebensmittel/reis/index.html

Oats

  • What is oat and where does it come from?
    The seed oat is also called "white" or "true oat" and belongs to the sweet grasses. It forms its grains in branched panicles. Oats originated in Scandinavia.

  • Why are oats suitable for baby nutrition?
    Oats contain a lot of protein and are rich in vitamins B1 and B6 as well as the minerals zinc and iron. It also has a high content of beta-glucans, which are soluble fiber and are believed to have a soothing and regulating effect on the digestive organs.

  • Did you know?
    Oats were named Medicinal Plant of the Year 2017, largely due to their high fiber content. Due to its lower temperature requirements compared to wheat, oats are well suited for cooler locations. Therefore, oats are widely grown in northern European regions.

Sources
http://www.getreide.org/hafer.html 
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/echter-hafer-28773.html
Ternes: Encyclopedia of food and food chemistry. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007
https://www.ernaehrungs-umschau.de/fileadmin/Ernaehrungs-Umschau/pdfs/pdf_2012/04_12/EU04_2012_242_243.Markt.pdf

Wheat

  • What is wheat and where does it come from?
    Wheat is the longest cultivated cereal after barley. The origin of its cultivation lies in the area of the Fertile Crescent (north of the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia). Wheat probably came to Europe during the Neolithic period about 7000 years ago, initially to the Mediterranean region.

  • Why is wheat suitable for baby nutrition?
    Wheat contains mainly potassium, magnesium, a high amount of B vitamins and vitamin E. One of the best known ingredients of wheat is gluten or gluten protein, which is responsible for the good baking properties of wheat.

  • Did you know?
    There is so-called durum wheat and soft wheat. The ears of durum wheat are shorter and the grains harder than those of common wheat. Due to its higher gluten content, durum wheat has a high cooking strength and is particularly suitable for pasta production. Soft wheat has a higher starch content and is therefore more suitable for porridges and baked goods. Durum wheat is grown mainly in the southern regions of Europe. Couscous and bulgur are also made from durum wheat.

Sources
Ternes: Lexikon der Lebensmittel und der Lebensmittelchemie. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007 
http://www.pflanzenforschung.de/de/journal/journalbeitrage/weltnahrungspflanze-weizen-864
https://www.lebensmittellexikon.de/w0000310.php
http://www.getreide.org/hartweizen.html

Rye

  • What is rye and where does it come from?
    Rye has its origins in Asia. However, for a long time it was considered a weed there. It was not until the 12th-13th centuries that rye was used to make bread.

  • Why is rye suitable for baby nutrition?
    Rye is high in fiber and has a more tart taste than other grains. Like wheat, spelt and barley, rye contains potassium, magnesium, B vitamins, vitamin E and gluten. Because of its tart taste, rye is used only in cereal blends.

  • Did you know?
    Rye is grown year-round and, like oats, is an undemanding grain. Although summer and winter rye have the same nutrients and processing characteristics, the winter grain is more commonly grown. Winter rye can tolerate temperatures as low as minus 25 degrees and is higher-yielding because it has more and much larger grains than summer rye. Rye has been in use at HiPP since 2010.

Sources
Ternes: Lexikon der Lebensmittel und der Lebensmittelchemie. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007 
http://www.getreide.org/roggen.html
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/roggen-ein-verkanntes-genie-4400.html

Barley

  • What is barley and where does it come from?
    Barley is one of the oldest cereals and originated in the Middle East. Barley is used in nutrition especially as pearl barley and flakes.

  • Why is barley suitable for baby nutrition?
    Barley, like other cereal products, is considered a quick source of energy due to its high content of carbohydrates in the form of starch. Barley also has high content of the B vitamins. It is rich in dietary fiber and contains beta-glucans. Barley has a lower gluten content compared to other cereals.

  • Did you know?
    The oldest evidence of barley use can be traced back to 15,000 BC. Even in ancient times, barley was considered to be of great importance. It was one of the first cereals to be cultivated specifically by humans. At HiPP, we have been using barley in our products since 2009.

Sources
Ternes: Encyclopedia of food and food chemistry. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007 
http://www.getreide.org/gerste.html
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/urgetreide-28442.html

Spelt

  • What is spelt and where does it come from?
    Spelt is a subspecies of wheat and originated in Georgia before spreading throughout Europe. However, due to its lower yield, the ancient grain lost its cultivation area and importance compared to conventional wheat.

  • Why is spelt suitable for baby nutrition?
    Spelt can be used as meal, flakes or even cooked and has a nutty aroma. Its ingredients are similar to those of wheat, so it contains relevant amounts of potassium, magnesium, B vitamins and vitamin E.

  • Did you know?
    If spelt is harvested while still unripe, it is called green spelt. Originally, this process was used to avoid harvest losses due to bad weather. We have been using spelt for our baby products since 2008.

Sources
Ternes: Encyclopedia of food and food chemistry. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, 2007
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/einkorn-emmer-dinkel-5047.html
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/urgetreide-28442.html
https://www.kern.bayern.de/presse/117367/index.php

Amaranth (gluten-free)

  • What is amaranth and where does it come from?
    Amaranth, unlike wheat or rye, is a member of the foxtail family and therefore not a grain. Rather, it is referred to as a pseudocereal that finds its origin in South America.

  • Why is amaranth suitable for baby nutrition?
    Amaranth has valuable ingredients and convinces with its high content of iron, magnesium and potassium. Its nutty flavor makes it an interesting ingredient for savory dishes as well as an addition to muesli or yogurt. Amaranth is also gluten-free.

  • Did you know?
    Among the Incas, amaranth was considered a sacred grain and was one of their staple foods. The leaves of amaranth can also be eaten and have a taste reminiscent of young spinach. We have been processing amaranth for our products since 2012.

Sources
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/amaranth-5615.html
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/pseudogetreide-28441.html

Buckwheat (gluten-free)

  • What is buckwheat and where does it come from?
    Buckwheat originated in Central Asia. Despite the relationship in name, buckwheat is clearly different from wheat. It also does not belong to the group of cereals, but to the pseudocereals. Botanically, it belongs to the knotweed family. Knotweed plants are herbaceous, shrub-like plants that form nut fruits.

  • Why is buckwheat suitable for baby nutrition?
    Buckwheat contains high-quality protein and provides the minerals potassium and magnesium. It is gluten-free and has a tart, nutty flavor.

  • Did you know?
    Buckwheat gets its name from the shape of its seeds, which resemble beechnuts. Buckwheat makes an important contribution to the food security of bees with its flowering. Buckwheat has been processed at HiPP since 2009, mainly for the Eastern European and Asian markets.

Sources
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/buchweizen-ist-vielseitig-5744.html 
https://www.aid.de/inhalt/pseudogetreide-28441.html
http://www.getreide.org/buchweizen.html

Tapioca (gluten-free)

  • What is tapioca and where does it come from?
    Tapioca is not a grain but the starch extracted from the cassava root. Cassava belongs to the group of root and tuber vegetables and originated in Brazil. Today it is also native to Colombia, West Africa, India, Thailand and Indonesia.

  • Why is tapioca suitable for baby feeding?
    Tapioca is largely tasteless and is well tolerated. It also contains no allergens and is gluten-free.

  • Did you know?
    Tapioca is one of the most important staple foods in the world today. The main areas of cultivation are in South America, Africa and Asia. HiPP has used tapioca in Italy for many years, and in Germany since 2016.

Sources
Franke W: Nutzpflanzenkunde. Thieme 3rd edition, Stuttgart, 1985. 
http://ecocrop.fao.org/ecocrop/srv/en/cropView?id=1420

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