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DECEMBER MENU

BREAKFAST & FRUITS
 

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PROTEINS

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APPLE & BLUEBERRY WITH ALLSPICE
Apples are high in fiber and immune-boosting vitamin C while blueberries are a superfood chock full of antioxidants. Finished off with allspice, which lends a wonderful aromatic flavor combining hints of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves all in one, this is not your average applesauce.

 

BANANA, KIWI & CARDAMOM

Kiwi is a true superfood, with almost 20 vital nutrients, including five times the vitamin C of an orange, while bananas are rich in potassium, which is key in helping to build muscles. Blended with cardamom, great for digestion, this is a powerful way to start your baby’s day.

 

BANANA, STRAWBERRY & MINT

Bananas are not just packed full of vital minerals such as potassium, magnesium and iron, they’re also easy to digest and good for both constipation and a runny tummy. Strawberries meanwhile are an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, good for strengthening the immune system and bone structure. Coupled with mint, one of the highest antioxidant capacity foods, this purée is both sweet and fresh.

 

MANGO & COCONUT WITH CHIA

Mango and coconut contain an abundance of dietary fiber and vitamins A, B6 and C, as well minerals like potassium, magnesium and iron, while chia seeds are a powerful source of antioxidants, magnesium and protein. This purée is both sweet and exotic and aids baby’s optimum health.

 

OATS, APPLE & RAISINS WITH CINNAMON 

Giving your baby a wholesome and delicious start to the day, this breakfast purée is packed with goodness. Oats are high in fiber, calcium, protein and B vitamins, while apples provide vitamin C and raisins are packed with iron and potassium. Add a hint of cinnamon and your baby’s delicious and nutritious breakfast is complete.

 

BABY BEEF CASSEROLE

Iron deficiency is a common nutritional problem in early childhood, so introducing your baby to red meat – a great source of iron – is very important. Our baby beef casserole is slow-cooked with carrots - a top choice for baby’s first foods, great for developing healthy skin, teeth, tissues and eyes - and tomatoes and a hint of oregano. It’s very a tasty, hearty meal that is full of nutrients like iron, vitamins A and C and fiber.

 

CHICKEN, CARROTS & PEAS WITH CORIANDER

Chicken is easily digestible and packed with iron and protein, which makes it an essential part of a healthy baby’s diet. We blend it with carrots and peas, which are packed with vitamins A and C as well as protein, and add a hint of coriander, a mild  nutty spice and good source of magnesium and calcium.  

 

LAMB WITH POTATOES, SPINACH & ROSEMARY

This meaty meal combines lamb with potatoes and spinach and is packed full of iron and vitamins as well as fiber and protein. Rosemary contains antibacterial and antioxidant rosmarinic acid, plus anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.

 

TURKEY & SWEET POTATO WITH SWEET CORN & SAGE

Turkey is a brilliant growing food for babies as it’s mild tasting and easy to digest. One of our signature dishes, this purée combines turkey with vegetables including carrot, celery and sweet potato – great sources of vitamins A and C – with a hint of sage giving it a full and rounded flavor.

 
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