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CERELAC® Honey and Wheat with Milk

Our CERELAC® recipe with honey and wheat is suitable for children aged 12+ months.

Stage 4 (12+ months)

CERELAC® Honey and Wheat with Milk is a junior cereal for toddlers over the age of 1 year. It’s a wheat-based junior cereal with milk powder and honey, suitable for their growing tastes and needs. It is NOT suitable for use as a breast milk substitute.

Our CERELAC® recipe with honey and wheat is an expertly designed food for one year old and older children. Now they are twelve months or over they can try honey, an ingredient in our recipe. It also contains a range of essential nutrients. This recipe is available in a 400g tin and a 1kg tin.

Features & Benefits

Some of the features of CERELAC Wheat with Milk and honey baby food for 12+ months-old children:

  • As cereal for toddlers, it provides an ideal foundation to a varied and balanced diet.
  • Contains iron, to help contribute to normal cognitive development.
  • With added vitamin D and calcium, which help with the normal growth of your child’s bones.
  • Our recipe is both halal and suitable for vegetarians.
  • Once prepared, it doesn’t thicken and keeps its consistency.


Cereals 60.6% (Wheat flour, Hydrolysed wheat flour), Skimmed milk powder 25.2%, Vegetable oils (Palm, Rapeseed, Coconut, Sunflower), Honey 5.5%, Minerals (Calcium carbonate, Ferrous fumarate, Zinc sulphate, Potassium iodide), Vitamins (C, Niacin, E, Pantothenic acid, B1, A, B6, K, Folic acid, Biotin, D), Flavouring (Vanillin), Culture (Bifidobacterium lactis).


Wheat, milk

Nutritional Information

Nutrition informationPer 100gPer 50g serving
Energy1797 kJ / 426 kcal899 kJ / 213 kcal
Fat10,0 g5,0 g
of which : saturates4,2 g2,1 g
Carbohydrate68,0 g34,0 g
of which: sugars*34,1 g17,0 g
Fibre2,0 g1,0 g
Protein15,0 g7,5 g
Salt0,30 g0,15 g
Vitamin A400,0 µg RE200,0 µg RE
Vitamin D6,0 µg3,0 µg
Vitamin E3,0 mg1,5 mg
Vitamin K33,0 µg16,5 µg
Vitamin C66,0 mg33,0 mg
Thiamin1,0 mg0,5 mg
Niacin5,5 mg2,7 mg
Vitamin B60,3 mg0,15 mg
Folic Acid30,0 µg15,0 µg
Biotin28,0 µg14,0 µg
Pantothenic acid2,0 mg1,0 mg
Calcium400,0 mg200,0 mg
Phosphorus (mg)300 mg150 mg
Iron8,5 mg4,2 mg
Zinc2,8 mg1,4 mg
Iodine40,0 µg20,0 µg
* Labelling Reference Value for UK – "sugars" includes glucose, lactose, maltose, fructose and sucrose.

Where can I buy CERELAC®?

Nestlé Cerelac is a well-known brand in Europe, Asia, Africa and Afro-Caribbean and has been sold in major UK food retailers in Foods of the World Aisles since 2005. Several Tesco, Morrisons and ASDA stores stock Cerelac in their “Foods of the World” aisles.  The names of these stores can be obtained by calling the individual company Customer Service numbers.

  • Tesco 0800 505555
  • Morrisons 03456116111
  • Asda  0800 9520101

 You can also order Cerelac from various online retailers such as Tesco, ASDA, Ocado, Amazon and Morrisons – the information and links to these online retailers can be found in our “Where to buy” section.
Additionally, Cerelac is available in most corner shops and ethnic stores across the UK such as in Brixton, Peckham, Birmingham and Manchester.

Preparation Instructions:

  • Always wash your hands thoroughly before preparing a feed and ensure all utensils are clean.
  • Boil fresh water. Allow to cool.
  • At the start of weaning use small quantities of Nestlé CERELAC®. The amount fed can vary according to your baby’s appetite. Increase portions as needed to a full serving of 50g of Nestlé CERELAC® powder mixed with 150ml of pre-boiled lukewarm drinking water.
  • From 12 months you can use up to 2 servings of CERELAC® per day.
  • Always test the temperature before serving it to toddler.
  • Use immediately.
  • Throw away any unfinished portion.
  • Close tin tightly and store it in a cool, dry place.
  • Use within 4 weeks of opening.

Important Information:

Nestlé CERELAC is a complementary food intended for spoon feeding from 6 months.  It is NOT to be used as a breast milk substitute. The Department of Health recommends exclusive breast feeding for the first 6 months.  Unless otherwise advised by your health care professional, introduction of solid food should commence at around 6 months of age but not be delayed beyond 6 months, nor introduced before 4 months.  For your baby’s health, all preparation instructions should be followed exactly. Be mindful not to overfeed your baby; stop feeding when your baby shows signs of fullness e.g. turning their head away.

Contact Us Address:

Nestlé Consumer Services

PO Box 207,

York, YO91 1XY