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Were you a buttered noodle kid? You know, one of the kids who were such picky eaters they only ate buttered noodles at restaurants, friends’ houses or even at your own parents’ dinner table. Well, as a parent now, what if you could raise a more adventurous eater?
You can probably infer from the name, but the meals are all organic and include classic dishes like apple pie oatmeal for breakfast or baby burrito bowls, potato hash and ratatouille for lunch and dinner. Of course, there are quite a few more unique combinations as well. They’re like harvest bowls, but better for your baby. Plus, they’re pre-cooked and delivered frozen in microwave-safe dishes. All you have to do is heat them up!
Tiny Organics is the only vegetable-first, low natural sugar meal plan for kids on the market. Their meals also exclude the Big 8 allergens and incorporate mild and easy-to-digest spices to help elevate the flavor (but don’t worry, none of it is spicy).
“Research shows the more flavors and textures you introduce in the first two years of your little one’s life, the more likely they are to become adventurous eaters,” Tiny Organics writes on its website. “In our work with Tufts School of Nutrition & Policy, we’ve built a programmatic approach to childhood development where each core ingredient benefits a nutritional stage for your little one.”
To purchase, you can get a 12-pack or a 24-pack of meals. Then, choose your delivery schedule: one, two or four-week intervals. Going out of town? You can move your delivery date or skip that delivery altogether if you need to. Oh yeah, and the cost ranges between $4.69 and $5.49 per meal. Not bad!
Tiny Organics is great if you have a little one who’s ready to try whole foods or you just want an easier way to make sure your toddler gets all their fruits and veggies in a day.
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