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Baby's First Chia Pudding

Jen’s a big fan of chia – it’s the ultimate superfood! She mixes it with our popular Banana, Apple, Kale puree to introduce baby to texture and the benefits of chia seeds. Chia is high in fibre, and great for constipated babies!

  1. Combine all ingredients
  2. Stir until well mixed
  3. Sit for 10 minutes
  4. A tasty introduction to chia

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In the early days of researching how and when to start solids with my babies, I made the decision to start with a vegetable opposed to a fruit. After rice cereal, the first food I brought to their lips was broccoli. I wanted to ensure they developed a taste for greens, as I know these important nutrients can be hard won down the road.

To my surprise, my daughter ate up her broccoli without hesitation; my son on the other hand, was not as willing. So I mixed his broccoli with a little pear purée and watched him gobble it up! That's when I learned the power of blending.