Keep your baby and toddlers rusks and fruit sticks off the floor and within baby’s reach with our Rusk and fruit stick holders.
So easy-to-use, the one-handed clip attaches to all fabrics and will stop your baby rusks falling onto dirty surfaces when out and about or at home.
Perfect for a busy cafe or restaurant or shopping centre where you wish to keep baby busy and settled however do not wish your rusk to drop to the ground where germs may lay in wait.
This product is recommended for ages: 5+ months
So what is a Baby Milk Rusk?
A Milk Rusk is slowly hard baked, making them ideal for your baby or toddler to chew during the teething process. Designed so that your baby can bite down hard without cracking or splintering the rusk, they are a great alternative to teething rings because they are made from certified organic natural ingredients of milk and wheat, and contain no added sugar.
One Rusk or Fruit Stick Holder
Perfect to be match with the common Rusk Sticks on the market.
Buy 2 One for your Nappy Bag and one for Home – 2nd RUSK HOLDER is $17.95
Nana’s Home Recipe Banana Teething Rusks for Baby
Babies love to hold and explore all kinds of foods and toys with their mouths. When they’re teething they also like to bite down on slightly rougher objects.That’s why we love these healthy banana teething rusks. Made with simple, natural ingredients, they’re tasty to eat and fun for baby to practice chewing on.
- 2 cups rolled oats (180 grams)
- 2 Medjool dates
- 1 banana ripe
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil
- pinch ground cinnamon
Oat and banana dough
Preheat the oven to 180°C (350°F) fan setting.
Soak the dates in a bowl of boiling water for 5 minutes.
In a food processor, quickly blend the oats into a rough flour. Remove and set aside.
Drain your dates and remove the pits.
Add them to the food processor along with the banana and coconut oil. Blend into a sticky paste.
Add the oats back in and blend again until you get a sticky dough. Then form your teething biscuits using one of these 2 methods:
Get your teething rusk holder and look to size and form long sticks
- Get a store bought rusk and frame it in foil so that you have the exact shape and size that you are after.
Take a small ball of the dough and roll it with your hands into a circle and then into a long cylinder.
Push in into your foil case to measure size and shape.
Place it on a baking tray lined with parchment paper and press down on it so that it’s slightly flatter.
Round out the edges to make a nicely shaped baton.
Bake the teething rusks
Cook your teething rusks on the middle shelf of the oven for 10-12 minutes until the edges are slightly golden. Try to take them out when they’re just ready so that they don’t get too dry.
Let them cool to room temperature and serve as a tasty teething snack.