Yummy Spoonfuls Baby Food…yes, I’m writing about baby food

I’ve never thought much about baby food before but now that I am going to be bringing a life into this world, I guess it’s something I need to think about.  I worry about what I put into my body so it’s only fitting that I should be concerned with what my baby gets in her body.

When I heard from the folks at Yummy Spoonfuls, I thought this could be a great opportunity to learn a little more about baby food.  (It’s a thrilling topic, I know.)

Yummy Spoonfuls makes organic baby food in 25 flavors and is committed to, “providing premium, organic, nutritious and fresh baby food that tastes good to even the most finicky baby.”  Each container of their food is made from scratch with all natural ingredients. Their products are free from salt, preservatives, gluten, dairy, additives, sugars and/or fillers. Sounds pretty healthy to me.  But will the little ones like it???

Connor pondering over how he feels about this new food.

Since my daughter is not yet here, I asked my friend, Meredith if she would be willing to try out Yummy Spoonfuls on her 7-month old son, Connor.

Here’s what Meredith had to say about Yummy Spoonfuls: Out of the three flavors (apple, pear, and butternut squash), Connor loved and gobbled down all of them, but I’d say he had a special liking for the butternut squash and was squealing for more after each bite.  I tasted all of them too and hands down they taste better than Gerber organic or earth’s best…definitely more flavor and less watery tasting.

Success! Connor wants more!

Looks like Yummy Spoonfuls isn’t just healthy but also appealing to little ones’ taste buds.  Have any of you fed Yummy Spoonfuls to your child?  What was their reaction?  Click here to find where you can get your hands on some Yummy Spoonfuls.

*Special thanks to Meredith, Scott and Connor for sampling and documenting Yummy Spoonfuls!

  1. Kristin says:

    Is there anything Connor doesn’t like??? Not much if he takes after his parents. :) Which is why we like eating with them!

  2. MSI says:

    What is the cost comparison to Earths Best and other baby foods?
    Where do you buy this stuff? I never have seen it.

  3. Glenn says:

    The baby food maker from Williams Sonoma is also very useful. It is a steamer and food processor in one, so you do not have to clean to many things. G4 loves his homemade dinners. I can cut up his dinner while preparing ours and it cooks along side our dinner. Naturally the leftovers are very useful on those nights when you do not feel like cooking. Just another option to control your child’s intake.

  4. Betsy says:

    Hi MS,

    You can buy it at Whole Foods. Here is the pricing info from the folks at Yummy Spoonfuls:
    On YummySpoonfuls.com
    Stages 1 and 2 (Creamy and Mushy Yummy): $6 for 3, 4oz containers
    Stage 3 (Chunky Yummy): $9 for 3, 6 oz containers

    On Amazon.com (Amazon Prime eligibile)
    Stages 1 and 2 (Creamy and Mushy Yummy): $44.92 for 12, 4oz containers

    If your reader lives in the Southeast, she/he can also purchase our food in the freezer section of Whole Foods.

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