Toddlers can be such finicky eaters, can’t they? I am now enjoying my seventh toddler and while many things do get easier, navigating their picky food choices does not!
This post is sponsored by Beech-Nut but all opinions are my own.
I typically feed my babies and toddlers whatever we are eating as a family – with modifications, of course. In the past, I have shied away from “baby food” because of the questionable ingredients in some. But let’s be honest…there are many times where as busy moms, we would love the convenience of having a grab and go jar of food that we know we can trust with out littlest humans. And with this toddler, there have been numerous times just like that! That’s why I was thrilled to find Beech-Nut® Naturals line, where the tagline is “real ingredients, gently cooked.
Beech-Nut® Naturals offers natural and organic products that are free from artificial preservatives, colors and flavors. Now that is something I can get behind! I learned that Beech-Nut® conducts over 20 tests on their purees to test for things like heavy metals and pesticides. If they aren’t happy, they send the product back. They take care of their moms and babies!
Beech-Nut® Naturals is baby food made with real ingredients, gently cooked over indirect heat to preserve color, flavor, and nutrients. There are REAL fruits and vegetables in their line!
EXPLORE THE LINE OF BEECH-NUT NATURALS
You can find a wide assortment of pureed foods and even toddler bars. My little one loves the bars! She asks for one every morning, sometimes even before the sun rises!
My preschooler and first grader even loved the Fruity Oat Bars – just don’t tell them they are made with toddlers in mind! I love that the Oat Bars contain only five ingredients – I don’t have to worry about what my children are consuming. There’s enough of that in today’s food source!
You can explore the entire line of natural & organic foods HERE. You may want to pick up a few extra, in case your toddler decides to stack them like blocks…
Have you heard of Beech-Nut® Naturals? What store have you found them in?