Baby Teething Biscuits-Eggless, Sugarless

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

Babies shouldn't eat eggs before they are a year old. I've been searching for a recipe that doesn't use eggs or sugar and thought I'd share this one. The sweetness is provided by juice.


  1. Mix ingredients together.
  2. Roll out and cut or pat into shape.
  3. Bake for about 20-30 minutes at 350°F.
  4. New info.
  5. You can bake these longer at a lower temperature to get a harder cookie. My first batch came out rubbery, which worked well for my son's teething. I will update this as I experiment.
Most Helpful

A little sticky?!!! Hard to work with?!!!! YES! But the real test will be when the grandbaby gets here.
Ok, the grandbaby likes them so I added a star for him. :)

marym758 January 01, 2011

The taste wasn't bad, but they were difficult to shape as they were extremely sticky and came out more like oatmeal cookies - wayyy to soft to give to 8 month old baby to teeth on.

babyjoesmommy February 16, 2009

Egg yolks are okay by 9 months for most babies but every doc I've talked to says NO egg whites until 1 year. I haven't made this yet but will once my baby starts wheat, and will consider breastmilk in place of juice.

ketchupqueen September 19, 2008