From 7 months
Organic porridge with spinach and cauliflower
- 100% natural organic ingredients
- No added sugar
- Cold -pressed vitamin -saving
- With natural protein
|228 kJ / 55 kcal
|342 kJ / 83 kcal
|hereof: saturated fatty acids
|of which sugar*
|8.0 mg (32%**)
|12 mg (48%**)
Pear 59%, tofu 14% (Soybeans , Water), spinach 8%, acerola cherry, millet 6%, cauliflower 5%, rapeseed oil, fruit powder of the acerola cherry. All agricultural ingredients come from organic cultivation (NL-Bio-01).
No sugar/salt additive.
ECHTE ELTERN ECHTE MEINUNGEN
Highlights in baby porridge with spinach
- Protein can support bone growth
- Ideal as a lunch meal
- Get to know new tastes
- Also super tasty as a dip
Pear 59%, Tofu 14%, spinach 8%, acerola cherry, millet 6%, cauliflower 5%, rapeseed oil, fruit powder of the acerola cherry. All agricultural ingredients come from organic cultivation. Contains soy.
No sugar/salt additive.
Pear is a good supplier of many important minerals such as iron, potassium, copper, iodine, magnesium, phosphate and zinc.
tofu is a great protein supplier. Soy protein also has a high bioavailability, that is, the body can absorb and use it particularly well.
spinach Is rich in the vitamins of the B group and vitamin C, and it also supplies the body with the minerals potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron.
Acerola chirsch Contains a lot of vitamin C and is responsible for the natural vitamin content in this baby porridge.
millet is a very good source of iron and magnesium. When it comes to iron, it is one of the leaders compared to other types of grain.
cauliflower contains numerous minerals as well as B vitamins and vitamin C. In addition, like many other cabbage varieties, it contains plenty of vitamin K.
Simple lunch porridge recipe for the effortless start-up start
Our lunch porridge are ideal as a complementary start. Thanks to the simple recipes, your child can get to know the individual ingredients and classify them in terms of taste. But they also fit as a snack for older kids. By feeding with the spoon, the chewing muscles are trained from the start.
That's why our baby porridge with spinach is so outrageous
Boil fruit and vegetables for durability? Nonsense! We treat our products with high pressure and then pack them on the refrigerated shelf. Hitzelabile vitamins, fresh colors and real taste are preserved - without any quality smears.
We have no additives* in the bag: no hidden or added sugar, no added salts and no concentrates. We rely on readable labels without blah and on natural organic ingredients and raw materials from sustainable cultivation.
Incidentally, you can keep our lunch porridge in the fridge and consume within 24 hours should something left. You can also freeze unopened porridges for up to 2 months.
What exactly is cold presses?
High -pressure pasteurization is a technology that has so far been used primarily for fruit juices. The packaged products are exposed to a pressure of 6000 bar in a water bath. Bacteria are eliminated, while many vitamins, the fresh taste, and natural colors are preserved. Cool, right?
This technology also finds the climate pretty cool. Compared to heat esterilization, valuable resources are saved in cold pressing.
You have to know that about lunch porridge with spinach
Lunch porridge plays an important role in the nutrition and development of your child. The lunch porridge often consists of a combination of cereals, vegetables and possibly proteins and delivers the necessary nutrients to your baby to grow healthy and strongly.
- help your baby get to know new flavors and develop the ability to eat yourself
- Important meal that helps to regulate the daily routine and create a good basis for a balanced diet
- Ideal in combination with breast milk or follow -up milk, since it provides important nutrients and antibodies that your baby needs to grow healthy and strongly
Parent tips for Spinachu
1. Your child already eats firmer food? Great, then this porridge is suitable Ideal as a sauce for pasta or as a dip for finger food.
2. Don't be discouraged if your baby spits the porridge out at the beginning. Many babies often need up to 12 attempts to take on the taste or consistency of a new food.
3. Baby really doesn't like the porridge? No problem, with our replacement guarantee you get up to 3 other varieties to try for free in your next delivery.
So you feed your baby right with our lunch porridge
1. The food from the spoon first has to learn babies. The most important thing is therefore for you: patience! Don't let a few start to get started. Your baby needs up to 12 attempts to learn to love a taste or consistency. So try again and again, even if the porridge ends up more on the ground than in the baby.
2. To feed you need a small, flat spoon with soft edges. Fill the spoon with enough porridge. A full mouth makes swallowing easier for your baby. Also ensure that your baby will not be surprised by the spoon.
3. Hold the spoon in front of your baby's mouth and as soon as he opens, just hold it in. However, if the mouth is no longer open, your baby is probably no longer hungry or has lost interest. This is your sign that the meal is over.
4. As a guideline, one can say that a baby at the age of 4-6 months needs about 60-90 grams of lunch per meal. However, it is important to ensure that you watch your baby and adjust the crowd if necessary.
Sustainability at Yamo
We also find plastic stupid ...
But cold presses does not allow any other material. While we are researching a more sustainable solution, we try to protect the environment somewhere else. For example with the Buy One, Save One Initiative or the fight against Food Waste.
At the same time, we constantly optimize our value chain and processes to relieve the environment and the people who live in it. With clever packaging solutions, we now save 70% plastic and 55% shipping material.
The future eats Plant Based
We would like to leave a healthy and clean planet for the coming generations. This is also why our focus is increasingly on delicious and nutrient -rich, plant -based snacks for cool kids.
Why do we use oat milk as the basis for many Yamo products and not cow's milk? Among other things, because, unlike a cow, oats do not get out the greenhouse gas methane.