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- Carrot, Spinach, Lentils, ...

Organic vegetable puree from carrot, spinach, lentil with apple.

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For a small bean, lentils sure do pack a punch. These tasty legumes are a brilliant next step for babies. They will love them mixed with sweet carrot, juicy apple and earthy spinach. This hearty recipe is sure to be a ‘top’ tasting treat.
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  • Nutrition
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    •        Nutritional Information (per 100g):    
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    •        Energy186 kJ/44 kcal    
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    •        Fat0,2 g    
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    •        of which saturates0,04 g    
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    •        Carbohydrate7,2 g    
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    •         of which sugars**3,5 g    
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    •        Fiber2,0 g    
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    •        Protein2,4 g    
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    •        Salt0,05 g    
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    •        Sodium0,02 g    
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    •        **contains only naturally occuring sugars    

    Keep calm and Carrot on

    Can carrots really help you see in the dark? Not quite, but carrot is still a brilliant introductory food as it's packed with goodness, has a sweet taste, and is delicate on tiny tummies. An excellent source of beta-carotene, carrot contains lutein, an important antioxidant which is good for vision and bone growth. Carrot is also rich in fibre and brimming with vitamin C.

    Did you know

    It has been said that the orange carrot was cultivated by Dutch farmers from Hoorn as they preferred the colour to the original purple and white ones. The orange colour has been embraced by the Dutch royal family and can been seen everywhere on their national holiday, Queen’s Day.

    Down by the Water

    Water has been added to these delicious recipes as it’s needed for cooking our wholesome grains and legumes. We’ve done the cooking so you don’t have to. There’s water in only two of our recipes, quinoa and lentil (Zauber and Top) - enjoy their tasty textures and robust flavours. They’re mouth-wateringly yummy.

    Did you know

    What do a jellyfish and a cucumber have in common? They're each 95% water. 

    All you need is Apple-love

    With good reason ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away ’— high in fibre and loaded with vitamins, apple is a great first food for babies as it's deliciously sweet and easy on tiny tummies. Apple boosts the immune system, helps with constipation and is bursting with vitamins C and D. This super fruit sure is a powerhouse.

    Did you know

    Have you ever wondered why apples float in water? Apparently 25% of its volume is made up of air. Hot air, or apple air, it’s all pure apple love from us.

    I’m Spinach’ing around

    Spinach is a true super food, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Its leafy greens are high in folates and its unique taste adds an earthy boost to any dish. Spinach is a great source of calcium and vitamin K, which promotes strong bones. It also has vitamin C and iron which boosts the immune system.

    Did you know

    The cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor, ate spinach morning, noon and night as it gave him special ironman powers. His fervent feasting of the earthy vegetable boosted sales in the U.S. by 33% and he was hailed a saviour of the spinach industry during the Great Depression. That’s super strength indeed.

    Let’s go Lentil

    For a little bean, lentils sure do have mega powers. They're a brilliant super food with good levels of protein and fibre which helps bowel movements. This iron-rich legume also has a myriad of minerals and B-vitamins.

    Did you know

    In ancient Rome, the four leading families took their names from high-valued legumes: Lentullus (lentil), Piso (pea), Cicero (chickpea), and Fabius (fava) — so enjoy your lentils, you're in great company!

    Keep calm and Carrot on

    Can carrots really help you see in the dark? Not quite, but carrot is still a brilliant introductory food as it's packed with goodness, has a sweet taste, and is delicate on tiny tummies. An excellent source of beta-carotene, carrot contains lutein, an important antioxidant which is good for vision and bone growth. Carrot is also rich in fibre and brimming with vitamin C.

    Did you know

    It has been said that the orange carrot was cultivated by Dutch farmers from Hoorn as they preferred the colour to the original purple and white ones. The orange colour has been embraced by the Dutch royal family and can been seen everywhere on their national holiday, Queen’s Day.

    Down by the Water

    Water has been added to these delicious recipes as it’s needed for cooking our wholesome grains and legumes. We’ve done the cooking so you don’t have to. There’s water in only two of our recipes, quinoa and lentil (Zauber and Top) - enjoy their tasty textures and robust flavours. They’re mouth-wateringly yummy.

    Did you know

    What do a jellyfish and a cucumber have in common? They're each 95% water. 

    All you need is Apple-love

    With good reason ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away ’— high in fibre and loaded with vitamins, apple is a great first food for babies as it's deliciously sweet and easy on tiny tummies. Apple boosts the immune system, helps with constipation and is bursting with vitamins C and D. This super fruit sure is a powerhouse.

    Did you know

    Have you ever wondered why apples float in water? Apparently 25% of its volume is made up of air. Hot air, or apple air, it’s all pure apple love from us.

    I’m Spinach’ing around

    Spinach is a true super food, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Its leafy greens are high in folates and its unique taste adds an earthy boost to any dish. Spinach is a great source of calcium and vitamin K, which promotes strong bones. It also has vitamin C and iron which boosts the immune system.

    Did you know

    The cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor, ate spinach morning, noon and night as it gave him special ironman powers. His fervent feasting of the earthy vegetable boosted sales in the U.S. by 33% and he was hailed a saviour of the spinach industry during the Great Depression. That’s super strength indeed.

    Let’s go Lentil

    For a little bean, lentils sure do have mega powers. They're a brilliant super food with good levels of protein and fibre which helps bowel movements. This iron-rich legume also has a myriad of minerals and B-vitamins.

    Did you know

    In ancient Rome, the four leading families took their names from high-valued legumes: Lentullus (lentil), Piso (pea), Cicero (chickpea), and Fabius (fava) — so enjoy your lentils, you're in great company!