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How to Make Baby Rice Cereal (Freezer-Friendly!)

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Using only 1 ingredient, this Homemade Baby Rice Cereal is a simple and easy recipe to make for your baby! Plus, it is completely freezer-friendly, so it’s a great addition to your freezer stash of baby purees. It’s great for babies 4-6+ months and up as a Stage 1 baby food.

Medically reviewed by Jamie Johnson, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), and Lauren Braaten, Pediatric Occupational Therapist (OT).

Homemade Baby Rice Cereal

Homemade brown rice baby cereal is packed with manganese, magnesium, and selenium. It is a good source of fiber, protein, and a ton of other essential vitamins and minerals for a growing baby. 💪

It’s a nutritious first food for your baby, and you can easily mix it with other fruit or veggie purees for a more wholesome and delicious meal! 😋

Plus, this homemade baby cereal is one of the easiest purees you can make for your baby! All you need is 1 ingredient and less than an hour of your time 🕐.

For this recipe, we will cook the brown rice, blend it up, and then pop it into the freezer for easy-to-grab cubes of baby rice cereal. I have found that this cooking method makes the creamiest and smoothest baby cereal you can ever imagine. Besides, there is nothing like having a freezer stash of healthy baby purees at your fingertips!

Is it your first time making homemade baby food? Then I suggest you start this journey by reading my in-depth Guide on How to Make Homemade Baby Food. The detailed guide goes over all the important information such as the best cooking tools to have on hand, safe storage, how to know when baby is ready for solids, how to introduce purees, the best first foods for baby, and more! You can also check out my best-selling cookbook for even more information and recipes!

Rice Cereal Video

Watch this video to see how easy making your own homemade rice cereal can be!

Reasons to Love this Rice Baby Cereal
  • easy to make
  • 1-ingredient puree
  • simple and wholesome ingredients
  • freezer-friendly — great to stash in the freezer
  • free from allergens like gluten, dairy, soy, corn
  • full of essential nutrients for a growing baby — fiber, manganese, protein, selenium, and magnesium
  • works great stirred into other combination purees
  • for babies 4-6 months and up — stage 1 puree
  • mild taste
  • creamy and smooth


Make sure to read the recipe card below for the full ingredient list and instructions!

  • Rice: I recommend using organic short grain brown rice in this recipe. Brown rice has health benefits and loads of nutrients in it, as opposed to white rice, which has all of the key nutrients stripped from it. I strongly recommend using organic brown rice as the cost difference ounce-per-ounce is very small. The organic variety has not been soaked in pesticides and has significantly less arsenic in it. You can use either short or long-grain organic brown rice for this recipe.
  • Water: This will be added to cook the rice. You can also use sodium-free bone broth or sodium-free veggie broth for more nutrients and flavor or a mixture of broth and water.
  • Liquid for Blending: While blending the rice, you’ll need to add more liquid to thin out the rice into a puree. You can use water, bone broth, veggie broth, fresh breast milk, or formula.

TIME-SAVING TIP:  If you are in a rush, you can use quick-cooked brown rice (I like the organic brown basmati rice from Trader-Joes) that only takes 20 minutes to cook!

Soaking the Rice

Soaking brown rice (or any grain) helps remove some of the naturally occurring phytic acids, which are some of the hard-to-digest components of the grain. Getting rid of these acids speeds up the cooking time and makes the rice easier to digest.

If you are introducing grains as your baby’s first food, soaking the grains would be helpful as your baby would have an easier time digesting the puree.

But if thinking 2-8 hours ahead of time is holding you back from making your own cereal, then feel free to skip this step.

How to Soak Rice: Place 1 cup of rice in a medium bowl and add 2-3 cups of hot water (enough to cover the rice) and leave at room temperature for at least 2 hours. You can also leave it overnight. Drain the rice and rinse well. Follow the recipe below on cooking and pureeing instructions, but note that the rice will cook faster, so check the rice after 20 minutes.

How to Make Baby Rice Cereal
  1. Rinse Rice: Place the rice in a fine-mesh colander and rinse with cold water until the water runs clear. This will help remove any excess starch from the rice grains and make the rice fluffier and easier to blend. PLEASE DO NOT skip this step, or your puree will be starchy.
  2. Add to Saucepan: Add the water and the rice to a medium saucepan, cover, and bring to a boil over high heat.
  3. Cook: Once at a boil, turn down the heat, and let simmer on low for 35-45 minutes or until the water is gone and the rice is tender. Rice cooking times vary, so taste test the rice after 35 minutes to see if it is tender.
  4. Sit: Remove from heat and let it sit for 10 minutes.
  5. Blend: Transfer the cooked rice to a blender or food processor and blend for 1-2 minutes, adding liquid to thin out the rice puree.
  6. Store:  I recommend storing a small quantity of the rice puree in the fridge for use that week and then freezing the rest for future meals.

Tools Needed
  • Blender or Food Processor
  • Storage Containers for Fridge
  • Freezer Tray
  • Stasher Bag
  • highchair
  • suction bowl or baby bowl
  • baby spoon
  • open lid cup
  • bib with catch pocket

Other Cooking Methods

I have found that cooking the rice first and then blending, creates the smoothest rice cereal for your baby. But there are a couple of other ways to make rice cereal for your baby.

Instant Pot

You can cook small or large batches of white or brown rice in your instant pot. For white rice, you will put 1 cup of rice and 1 cup of water into the instant pot and cook for 3 minutes with a natural pressure release until the pin drops. For brown rice, you will put 1 cup of rice and 1 cup of water into the instant pot and cook for 24 minutes with a natural pressure release until the pin drops. Feel free to double the recipe if needed.

Rice Powder

  1. Grind Rice: Place 1 cup of uncooked rice in a coffee grinder or blender. Grind for 1-2 minutes or until you have a very fine rice powder.
  2. Add Hot Water: In a microwave-safe bowl, add in roughly 1 tablespoon rice powder and 1-2 tablespoons hot or boiling water. Stir until smooth adding more water if needed. Let sit until warm enough to eat.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can babies eat rice cereal?

Babies can have rice cereal as one of their first foods. When a baby can start on solids is determined by their own rate of development, which generally comes between 4-6 months of age. Some of the developmental milestones babies need to reach in order to start solids include: if your baby has solid control of their head and neck, if your baby has doubled in weight, and if your baby is reaching for or opening their mouth when you eat (see my guide here). Before you start your baby on purees, you should consult with your pediatrician to make sure your child is developmentally ready.

Can rice cereal be the baby’s first food?

Rice can 100% be your baby’s first food if you want it to be. It is recommended to wait to introduce the top eight allergen foods to your baby once a few other well-tolerated foods have been introduced, but otherwise, foods can be introduced in any order so choose whatever you are most excited for your baby to have.

Is rice a common allergen for baby?

No, rice is not a common allergen, however, as with any food, start with a small portion and be aware of any signs that might be an allergic reaction after introducing it.

Does rice cause constipation for babies?

Rice may cause constipation in babies since it absorbs water and may make it harder to pass stools. Switch to a different whole grain like oatmeal if your baby is having a hard time digesting rice. 

How to Store Rice Cereal

This baby rice cereal is quick and effortless to freeze and reheat, making it convenient to have on hand. The frozen cubes are easy to grab and reheat right before mealtime.

How to Freeze
  • After you blend the rice into a puree, you can pour the rice cereal into freezer-safe trays . Do not overfill. 
  • Place the tray into the freezer for 3-4 hours or until completely frozen.
  • Transfer the cubes of frozen rice cereal into a Stasher Bag or ziplock baggie.
  • This puree will last 4 days in the fridge and for up to 4 months in the freezer.

How to Re-Heat
  • Take the number of frozen cubes you want to feed your baby for that meal and place them in a microwave-safe container.
  • Heat in the microwave for 30-second intervals until warm, stirring after every session.
  • You can also take the frozen cubes and place them in a small saucepan on the stove, heating on low and stirring continuously.
  • NOTE: The puree will be thick when you reheat it. You can thin it back out by adding other purees (see the list below for some of my favorite options), fresh or frozen breast milk, formula, or water. Add a little at a time, stirring in-between.

Label Tip: Don’t forget to label your purees before you place them in the fridge or freezer with the name of the puree and date you made it. Take it from me, you will completely forget when and what is in your freezer by the end of the week;).

Rice Comination Purees

While Rice is great by itself, it’s also super easy to mix and match with other nutrient-dense baby food purees. Give these fun flavor combos a try!

Stage 1 Purees
  • Apple Puree
  • Sweet Potato Baby Food Puree
  • Green Bean Baby Puree
  • Carrot Puree
  • Roasted Banana Baby Puree

Stage 2 Combination Purees
  • Superpower Green Baby Food Puree
  • Apple, Spinach + Broccoli Baby Food Puree
  • Sweet Potato, Carrot, Cauliflower Baby Food Puree with Chia Seeds
  • Banana, Cherry + Beet Baby Food Puree
  • Roasted Root Veggies + Thyme Puree
  • Broccoli + Asparagus Baby Food Puree with Tarragon
  • Mango + Kale Baby Food Puree with Ginger

Feeding Tips

  • Place a small amount of puree on the tray during spoon feeding – so that your baby can dip their fingers or hands in the puree. Allowing baby to explore foods in this way helps them learn to self-feed and can help them be more willing to try new textures and foods in the future.
  • Have a spare spoon (or three!) – even very young babies often want to be involved in feeding themselves as much as possible. Giving baby an extra spoon to hold can be helpful in giving her a sense of control and also promotes hand-eye coordination.Allow baby to use spoons as a teether during the meal. There are many great options out there but a few we particularly love include the Olababy 3 Piece Set, the NumNum Pre-Spoon GOOtensils, and the ChooMee FlexiDip Baby Starter Spoons.
  • Purees are great to keep in your baby’s regular rotation of foods – but if you start feeding with traditional weaning using purees, make sure to progress beyond eating ONLY purees. Once baby can safely and comfortably swallow purees (usually by 7 or 8 months) it’s time to introduce other textures, such as teething biscuits and soft cooked finger foods. Moving onto additional textures in a timely manner may help prevent feeding difficulties at a later age.

Or watch a shortened version of this video here.

  • 1 cup brown rice (I prefer organic short grain)
  • 2 cups water
  • 1-2 cups liquid for blending (fresh breast milk, formula, water)
  • Rinse Rice – IMPORTANT STEP: Place the rice in a fine-mesh colander and rinse with water until the water runs clear.

  • Cook: Transfer the rice to a medium saucepan and add 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to low, cover with a lid and simmer for 35-45 minutes or until the rice is tender and the water is evaporated. Each batch of rice cooks a little differently, so taste at 35 minutes to see if the rice is tender.

  • Let Rest: Remove the saucepan from the heat and let rest for 10 minutes, covered. If using fresh breast milk or formula for blending, remove the lid and let the rice cool for 15 minutes.

  • Blend: Place the rice into a blender or food processor and add 1/2 cup of liquid of choice. Blend for 1-2 minutes on medium-high speed until completely smooth and creamy, adding in the additional liquid in 1/4 cup increments, if needed, until you have your desired consistency.

  • Eat: Serve to baby or freeze for later.

Age: 4-6 months and up

Yield: roughly 20 ounces

Notes on Rice: I recommend using organic short grain brown rice in this recipe. Brown rice has health benefits and a ton of nutrients in it, as opposed to white rice, which has had most of the key nutrients stripped from it. I would strongly recommend using organic brown rice as the cost difference ounce-per-ounce is very small and the organic variety has not been soaked in pesticides. You can use either short or long-grain brown rice for this recipe. 

Notes on Water: water will be added to the rice to cook in. You can also use sodium-free bone broth or sodium-free veggie broth for more nutrients and flavor, or do a mixture of half broth and half water.

Notes on Liquid for Blending: while blending the rice, more liquid will need to be added to thin out the rice into a puree. You can use water, bone broth, veggie broth, fresh breast milk or formula.


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Serving: 1ounce, Calories: 34kcal, Carbohydrates: 7. 2g, Protein: 0.7g, Fat: 0.3g, Saturated Fat: 0.1g, Sodium: 1mg, Potassium: 26mg, Fiber: 0.3g, Calcium: 4mg

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How to make baby rice cereal at home (porridge for babies)

By Swasthi on August 2, 2022, Comments, Jump to Recipe

Baby rice cereal recipe and rice porridge for babies – This homemade baby rice cereal is one of the best first foods for babies. It turns out delicious, creamy and smooth as good as the ready made baby cereals and you may stop buying any more after you try this. This cereal can be used not only for babies but also for toddlers up to 3 years during diarrhea, fever or teething.

This baby cereal is suitable as a first food for 6 months old baby. For babies younger than 6 months, i suggest consulting your pediatrician. You can check this food chart for 6 months old baby and this one for above 7 months old.

Rice is a highly recommended first grain for babies since it is easy to digest, non allergic and the smooth texture it yields. The ready made cereals are precooked, dehydrated and then processed. During this process many nutrients are lost – this is one of the reasons why ready made baby cereals are enriched with more nutrients.

Using this recipe, you can make brown rice and white rice cereal separately. Initially use white rice for about a week and then start brown rice by mixing both in equal quantities.

After the baby completes 6 months, dal/lentils can also be prepared the same way. The ratio of rice: dal should be 3:1 for the first week. If the baby is doing good without any colic, then the proportion can be increased to 2:1. If using brown rice , the ratio can be 2:1:1 white rice:brown rice: dal. You can also add few drops of ghee if using dal to make the baby cereal. To introduce ghee and the for quantity to try with, you can check this post on best foods for weight gain in babies.

I suggest using aged organic rice and dal. I have tried using basmathi, ponni, sona masuri, thai hom mali rice for my kids. Hom mali yields a very fragrant baby cereal and its taste is much superior than any other varieties.

Benefits of this dry cereal
1. Not much time is taken to prepare a baby’s meal. If this powder is ready, making baby’s food is a breeze. Since the ingredients are already soaked and roasted they get cooked fast. Just stir it in water and cook. Not much planning is needed.
2. The texture of the cereal is more like the ready made baby cereal – smooth, delicious, tasty, not expensive and more healthy than the ready made cereals.
3. Make one base cereal but can add so many flavors to this. Fruit purees, mashed veggies, milk or leafy greens can also be added.

How to make baby rice cereal at home step by step photos

1. Wash brown, white rice and dal separately until the water runs clear. Soak them in lot of water for about 6 hours. Do not cover the pot, leave them in a well ventilated place, like near a window. This process of soaking rice or dal breaks down the hard to digest components in the foods for easy digestion. This also helps to prevent colic. However if you feel you cannot do the entire process, you may just skip the soaking part. Rinse them well and drain the water.

2. Drain off completely in a colander. Spread them on a clean white cloth, preferable white or undyed cloth. Leave it to air dry or fan dry for 30 to 50 minutes.

3. Dry roast them on a medium flame for 5 minutes and then on a low flame. After a while, rice begins to pop and splutter. The grains turn out very light so the cereal is gentle on the tummy. Switch off and cool.

4. Similarly follow the same process for white rice and dal.

5. When cooled powder them finely and store in a air tight jar. If your blender cannot process well, sieve the flour. Powder the coarse grains again.

Rice porridge recipe for babies

To prepare baby food, always use a heavy bottom steel pot. Do not use aluminium or non stick pans. To prepare the cereal, mix 1 tbsp flour with 1/2 cup water and cook on a low flame constantly stirring to prevent burning. Foods cooked on a low flame yield the best texture and taste. 1:6 ratio of flour:water works well to bring it to the right consistency. You may need to add more water since that depends on the kind of rice. When the cereal cools down, add formula milk or breast milk to enhance the nutrition. For babies above 6 months, moong dal can be used. I suggest not to add milk to dal, instead ghee can be added.

Based on the baby’s tummy conditions, you can combine them and use. Prefer only white rice cereal with milk when the baby has more colic. During stomach upset or teething, this powder can be used to make a rice porridge or kanji. This powder can be used for light dinner as well after 7 months.

Any fruit puree or mashed veggies like potato or sweet potato can also be added to the rice cereal instead of milk. Since fruits and milk do not go well together, i suggest not to serve both in one meal.

There are so many ways this dry baby rice cereal can be put to use. I will update more ideas on this post shortly.

Here are the notes on baby rice cereal that may be useful:
1. I used aged brown basmathi rice and ponni rice, since i made this for the blog post and not for a baby in real. If making for baby i highly recommend using organic rice and dal.
2. I have used 1:6 proportion of brown rice:water to cook the cereal. It may vary depending on the stove flame, quality of rice, brand of rice and whether it is brown or white rice. You will have to adjust the quantity of water as needed especially if making very less quantity.
3. This dry cereal keeps good if refrigerated for more than an year and if frozen for longer.

Prep Time6 minutes

Cook Time30 minutes

Total Time36 minutes

Servings1 cup


  • ▢ 1 cup rice (prefer organic)
  • ▢ Water to wash the rice

Alternative quantities provided in the recipe card are for 1x only, original recipe.

For best results follow my detailed step-by-step photo instructions and tips above the recipe card.

Nutrition Facts

How to make baby rice cereal at home (porridge for babies)

Amount Per Serving

Calories 675 Calories from Fat 9

% Daily Value*

Fat 1g2%

Sodium 9mg0%

Potassium 212mg6%

Carbohydrates 147g49%

Fiber 2g8%

Protein 13g26%

Calcium 52mg5%

Iron 1.5mg8%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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In the US, 95% of baby food tested contains toxic metals

An analysis of 168 baby foods from leading manufacturers in the US found 95% lead, 73% arsenic, 75% cadmium, and 32% mercury. A quarter of products contain all four types of heavy metals at once.

One out of five baby foods tested contained 10 times the lead limit of one part in a billion (1-ppb) approved by the non-profit organization Public Health Advocates, although experts agree that there are no safe lead content standards.

The results were almost identical to a previous Food and Drug Administration (FDA) study in which almost all of the same metals were found in 33 of 39 baby foods tested.

According to the analyzes carried out, the most dangerous products due to the high content of neurotoxins were rice products, sweet potatoes, and fruit juices.

"Even in residual amounts, these toxic contaminants can affect brain development and lower a child's IQ. The detrimental effects accumulate with each meal," the report says.

Testing was initiated by Healthy Babies Bright Futures, which describes itself as an alliance of scientists, nonprofits and investors working to reduce infant exposure to neurotoxic chemicals.

Rice products

Rice porridge, rice dishes and snacks topped the list of the most toxic foods for children.

"These popular baby foods not only contain high amounts of inorganic arsenic, but also almost always contain four toxic metals at once," the report says.

Previous tests have shown that even low levels of arsenic can affect the development of a child's nervous system. A 2004 study in Bangladesh followed children who were exposed to arsenic in their drinking water and found that they scored very low on an intelligence test. A meta-analysis of studies on this topic found that a 50% increase in urinary arsenic was associated with a 0.4 point decrease in the IQ of children aged 5 to 15 years.

Arsenic is a natural element found in soil, water and air, and its inorganic form is highly toxic. (“Inorganic” is a chemical term and has nothing to do with the farming method.)

Since rice is grown in water, it absorbs inorganic arsenic particularly well, and according to the FDA, has the highest concentration of this poison of any food products.

And from this point of view, brown and wild rice are worse than white rice, because the process of grinding to create white rice removes the outer layers, where most of the arsenic accumulates.

But you can't rely on organic food either. A 2012 study found that brown rice syrup (a common sweetener in organic foods) also contains high levels of arsenic. One "organic" infant formula intended for babies over 12 months of age contained 6 times the amount of inorganic arsenic currently recognized as safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Environmental Protection Agency)

HealthyBabies tested that 4 out of 7 rice cereals contained the most toxic form of arsenic in excess of the FDA limit of 100-ppb.

What needs to be done

Big baby food companies and the FDA need to take immediate action, the report says. While the FDA is looking for a way to reduce the risks of exposure to toxic substances, and arsenic levels in rice and juice have been lower over the past 10 years, exposure to heavy metals is still too high.

"When the FDA acts, companies respond. It's important that the FDA use its authority more effectively and more quickly to reduce heavy metals in baby foods," said study author Jane Houlihan, research director works in Healthy Babies Better Futures.

What parents can do

Research has revealed which baby foods are the most dangerous and what are the alternatives.

Puffed rice and porridge snacks

Rice porridge is the main source of arsenic in children's diets because it is often used as first food. Puffed rice and other rice flour snacks also contain high levels of toxins. Healthy Babies suggests giving cereals that are low in arsenic, such as oatmeal or multigrain cereals, as well as packaged snacks without rice.

Pediatrician Tanya Altmann, author of What to Feed Your Baby, echoes the advice of the American Academy of Pediatrics to give babies more variety as first foods, including grains such as oats, barley, wheat and quinoa.

"The best first foods for babies are avocado, mashed vegetables, oatmeal with peanut butter and salmon," says Altmann. "These products contain all the nutrients babies need, promote taste bud development and healthy food preference, and reduce potential allergic reactions. "

She believes that meat is a better source of iron and zinc for babies than rice porridge, "I do not recommend giving rice porridge to babies for several years after weaning."

If you still want to cook rice for your kids, Healthy Babies recommends boiling it in extra water and draining it before eating. This will cut the arsenic content by 60%, the organization says, based on an FDA study.

"To minimize toxin levels, buy basmati rice grown in California, India and Pakistan. White rice contains less arsenic than brown rice," the report says.

Teeth food

Special baby biscuits for teething may contain arsenic, lead and cadmium, the report says. Instead, to relieve pain, it is better to offer your kids frozen bananas, peeled chilled cucumbers, a clean damp sponge or terry cloth. But it is important to ensure that the baby does not choke!


Juice is often a parent's lifesaver when it comes to watering a child, but the American Academy of Pediatrics calls it a bad option. Juices are too high in sugar, lack fiber, and lead to cavities and obesity in the future. Apple, pear, grape and other fruit juices can also contain lead and arsenic, so frequent juice consumption puts them in the lead in these heavy metals.

Instead, experts say water and milk are the best choice depending on the child's age. Babies under 6 months old only need breast milk or formula. The optimal drink for children in the second year of life is water and whole milk. Between the ages of 2 and 5, parents should switch to skim or low-fat milk and continue to give their children water.

Juice intake should be kept to a minimum at any age. A word of advice: add water to your juice to make it last a long time, and choose a drink that you are sure is 100% juice.

Fruits and vegetables

Although sweet potatoes and carrots are excellent sources of vitamin A and other key nutrients, they have also been found to be high in lead and cadmium. Keep feeding these vegetables to your children, but don't forget to give plenty of other fruits and vegetables in different colors to add variety to your diet.

0102 Sandee Lamotte , CNN

Published: October 17, 2019

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Hipp Whole rice porridge with fruits (190g)

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Hipp puree Whole rice porridge with fruits is a puree with rice, apples and peaches. Rice is good for children, unlike wheat, it does not contain gluten, which is often an allergen. Rice porridge is easily digested and absorbed due to its low fiber content, rich in B vitamins and potassium. Rice is recommended for children suffering from indigestion. The pectin and dietary fiber contained in applesauce have a beneficial effect on bowel function. An excellent combination of iron with vitamin C helps prevent iron deficiency anemia in a child. Peach is a source of potassium, which is necessary for the functioning of the heart, muscle contraction, and the activity of the nervous system. Puree is rich in vitamins and mineral salts, pectin, which can remove toxic substances from the body. Contains organic acids and fiber, which has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the intestines.

ATTENTION! Puree can be supplied in different jar designs. The composition remains the same. The packaging design cannot be the basis for claims.

Ingredients: apple puree*, peach puree*, reconstituted apple juice*, coarse rice flour*, acidity regulator - calcium carbonate, ascorbic acid. (* - organic)

  • no added sugar
  • rich in vitamin C
  • no added starch
  • without gluten
  • without milk protein
  • for a afternoon snack or dessert
  • without preservatives, dyes, flavors


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