A chicken drumstick bone works as a good food teether especially for younger babies when the chicken is removed and it is a low risk of way of for baby to build their oral motor skills. When your baby is able to manage texture serve a whole drumstick with the skin and any loose cartilage, pin bones, and fat removed.
Makes: 1 Food teether
1 Whole Roast Chicken
- Roast your chicken in the usual way. Hold back on seasoning the drumsticks so that you can offer to baby.
- Carve the chicken into parts. Remove the skin from the drumstick and the knuckle.
- Offer as it is or remove all of the meat and offer as a food teeter to baby.
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