I don’t know if all toddlers are the same, but boy does Nathaniel love to eat. I try to make homemade meals every day for him, but there are days where I don’t have the time. Nevertheless, I want to make sure he still eats tasty and nutritious meals. So I began to research for options. Not long into my search, I discovered the Yummy Spoonful section in my local Target. I brought home three different flavors from stage 3 foods and guess what, Nathaniel loved all three flavors!
I love that they are made with organic ingredients such as fresh fruits, vegetables, grains and meats which are non-GMO, and contain no preservatives, additives or fillers. Nathaniel is already in stage 3 foods. They’ve been perfectly made for toddlers who are just starting to eat on their own. Like all learning toddlers, Nathaniel sure makes a mess, but I enjoy seeing how he develops motor skills.
The flavors available for stage 3 foods are lentil & carrot, sweet potato & adzuki beans, chicken broccoli bites, potato carrot & grass fed beef, pinto beans brown rice & turkey, and sweet potato green beans & chicken. I’ve purchased all with the exception of the chicken broccoli bites because we haven’t been lucky enough to find them. Nathaniel’s favorites are lentil & carrot and potato carrot & grass fed beef.
-Heating Instructions per website-
Just heat and eat!
1. Simply remove the film from tray and place on a microwave-safe plate.
2. Heat on high for 45 seconds and stir thoroughly.
3. Heat for an additional 15- 20 seconds and stir.
1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit.
2. Simply remove the film from tray and place on the center of a baking sheet.
3. Heat for 25-30 minutes then remove and stir thoroughly.
I purchase these for $2.99 and I try to stock up when there are cartwheel deals available. Just a few weeks ago, there was a 25% off deal available. Is your toddler a picky eater? I highly recommend Yummy Spoonful. Let me know if you end up purchasing for your little ones and which flavors you get. Or if you already do purchase these, aren’t they great?