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Sprout Launches Organic Toddler Meals

04/17/2012 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Sprout

Whipping up meals for a picky eater is hard enough, let alone making sure it includes healthy ingredients.

So what if you could serve up a yummy entrée that includes everything from whole grains and beans to veggies without all the hassle?

Thankfully, you can because one of our fave baby food lines, Sprout, has just launched a collection of organic toddler meals that will leave your tots asking for more.

Free from preservatives and additives, each recipe was created by celeb chef (and dad-of-three) Tyler Florence so you can introduce your little ones to nutritional foods early without feeling guilty if you don’t always have the time to cook.

Even better: Each meal is packaged in microwaveable, BPA-free pouches that you can recycle.

For more information on these homemade-worthy dishes (including where to buy), go to sproutbabyfood.com.

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Holiday on

I bought these for my daughter and she would not eat them. I tried a bit to see why and they were the NASTIEST taste ever. I seriously cannot believe any baby would like it.

Kat on

I never understand the appeal of these, I just cook a meal for my daughter. Then I know exactly what is in it, and make sure it is geared to the foods she likes and needs. It really isn’t that much effort.

NT on

My daughter just tried the Vegetable and Potato Chowder meal with Chicken. She LOVED IT! This is coming from a very picky little 16 month old, and shes especially picky with her vegetables. I was very happy with the quality of the food and the portion size. I am so happy that these meals have finally come out, sometimes you just don’t have the time or ingredients to always make your toddler’s food or they may not want what you cook (as mine frequently lets me know). I highly recommend them!

twinhappy on

Just bookmarked it!

Ann on

Kat, not everyone has an option to stay home and cook every day. Perhaps you could stop judging others for using the options they have available.

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