What food is best for your little one?
great grains cereals
Serve your baby the goodness of ancient grains for breakfast. This organic, fortified cereal is made of millet, amaranth, buckwheat and quinoa.
Made with organic fruit and packed with iron and vitamins, banana raisin oatmeal is a great way to introduce baby to wholegrain goodness at breakfast.
Bring the goodness of organic, wholegrain oats to your baby's diet. Just add formula, breast milk or water for a deliciously creamy cereal.
Rice cereal is one of the simplest foods to start baby on – and simply delicious. Easily digestible, rice cereal is a perfect introduction to solids.
Build baby's palate with this unique blend of apples and spinach with oatmeal. Add formula, breast milk or water for a delicious start to the day.
This smoothie-inspired recipe is bursting with the brightness of ripe cherries. Add creamy banana and fresh green spinach for baby’s perfect first food.
This intriguing mix of broccoli, spinach and sweet, creamy pear makes it easy to get healthy greens into your baby’s diet.
It’s pretty cool when you can say, “my baby loves kale.” Babies enjoy this mix of flavours, and it’s an easy way to include some healthy greens.
Babies and kids love this breakfast-inspired blend of pumpkin and fruit, while moms appreciate the healthy goodness!
Like a sweet banana loaf balanced with the earthiness of beets, this baby food pouch is a nutritious treat you'll be happy to give your baby.
In this blend, the sweet, autumn notes of orchard apple and carrot are complemented by a hint of tartness from prune juice.
Baby can celebrate the holidays year-round with this classic comfort food. This recipe includes all the sweet taste without the added sugar.
This warming beef stew is chocked full of autumn’s harvest. Rich pumpkin, fibrous sweet apples and pears are added to beef and seasoned with thyme.
Jen adds sweet potato and apple to infuse sweetness into puréed chicken, making it a perfect “first meat” meal.
Butternut squash is the perfect creamy veggie to add to this bright fruit medley. A hint of vanilla brings all the flavours together.
A fun mix of sweet potato with apples and berries, this rich organic purée can satisfy baby’s sweet tooth while adding veggie-powered nutrition.
We took brown rice, rich banana and bright blueberries and turned a dish usually reserved for fancy restaurants into a nutritious meal for babies.
Baby will love this protein-rich chicken and black bean dish that combines the sweetness of corn with quinoa and a hint of cilantro.
Turkey dinner usually means holidays and family time. Jill’s old-fashioned family recipe is packed with turkey, herbs and all the fixings.
In our farmers market days, Banana Fig Oatmeal was a popular toddler meal. We added Greek yogurt for extra creaminess and added protein!
Jen updates her grandma’s tried and true recipe using blended pear instead of sugar. Many families we know say they all enjoy it for dessert!
baby gourmet plus
A favourite since our farmers market days. We started each morning with a bowl of warming oatmeal, brimming with bananas and creamy Greek yogurt.
This delicious blend combines the sweetness of pears and figs with creamy pumpkin and oats. Ginger and prunes round out this recipe to pique baby’s taste buds.
A healthy spin-off on a delicious bumbleberry crumble! Strawberries, blueberries and rhubarb add sweet tartness, and quinoa is used as the “buttery” topping.
This exotic medley combines the goodness of spinach with creamy Greek yogurt, introducing baby to unique flavours like kiwi and mangosteen.
A baby-friendly version of pumpkin pie. Traditional flavours of pumpkin, cinnamon and ginger are balanced with peaches, Greek yogurt and hearty amaranth.
A tangy combo of berries, banana and carrots blended with ancient grains makes for a satisfying meal for adventurous eaters.
Spinach and ginger are the heroes in this refreshing, smoothie-inspired recipe. Babies will love the complex flavour profile and mom will love the nutrients!
This will remind you of those hearty homemade stews your mom would make. It is easy to digest and just brimming with comforting flavours.
We made a classic Italian dish baby-friendly by blending organic wheat pasta and garbanzo beans with a mix of veggies, herbs and sweet potato.
This savoury purée combines an array of ingredients spanning all the food groups (except dairy), making for a hearty dish and happy, healthy babies.
The addition of fruits and spices to this chicken and rice dish makes it a fun, nutrition-packed meal that will tickle your baby’s taste buds.
Help your baby develop a love for spinach and kale with melt-in-your-mouth, bite-sized bits of fun that babies can feed themselves.
Our popular Banana Apple Beet Berry is transformed into a tasty, melt-in-your-mouth snack. Think little freeze-dried nuggets of sweet banana loaf!
A combination of bananas, berries and yogurt is freeze-dried to make a tasty, melt-in-your-mouth snack for self-feeding babies.
Tart apple and creamy banana are a complementary contrast to the earthy taste of beets. We top it off with the sweetness of juicy berries.
We mixed the yummy tastes of apple, blueberries and banana to see who could blend best with tasty butternut squash – turns out they all do!
We wanted to capture the fun of summer by blending the exotic flavour of mango with the natural sweetness of carrot, banana and apple.
Spinach and pineapple tango in this well-balanced snack, supported by the sweet moves of cherry and banana. Includes quinoa and Greek yogurt!
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