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Tasty Baby Organic Baby Food

Delilicious: Tasty Baby

Baby food sometimes gives me the heebie jeebies. Not one to venture out and test the foods myself, I was convinced by Tastybaby's packaging and website that the infant food would be desirable for adults, too. The company prides itself on blast–freezing their organic recipes at peak flavor — giving the fare farm freshness and nutritional value.

Giving it my best shot, I did a lil taste test of Life's a Peach (peach purée). After a quick zap in the microwave, I was shocked by the delicious flavors inside my mouth. Convinced I must have tried the cream of the crop, I also gave Sweetie Pie (organic sweet potato and apple purée with cinnamon) and Bangos (organic banana and mango purée with vanilla) a go.

To see what I thought of the iced entrées,

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After giving all the flavors a thumbs up from yours truly, I decided to let the real judge have a say. Though she's finished with "baby food," my daughter gobbled up the Sweetie Pie in one sitting. I was delighted to see recipes included on how to utilize them for adult pleasure. Toss a cup of Bangos in a blender with some apple juice, vanilla yogurt, ice, and banana and you've got yourself one mean Bango Smoothie.

Moms can choose from nine frozen organic treats for their wee ones. When the youngster licks the last one clean, the containers can be recycled in a blue bin or right in your own kitchen as a keeper of other items. An eco–friendly company started by two moms, Tastybaby is sold in recyclable and biodegradable wrapping and available on–line with free shipping. Order a six pack of flavors (each including three packs) for $40 with free shipping!

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roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
and i work full time.... so it'd doable if it's something you're interested in... i steam his veggies when i'm cooking dinner for us, blend it when it's done & freeze it. not really a big deal. or the sweet potatoes... we grilled em while bbq'ing one wk/end & when they were done, i scooped out his... mushed it (didnt even need the blender) and froze em.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
I started w/the jacks harvest but have made my own since (about 4 months now). I didn't want to make batches of food he wouldnt eat/like at first... but I've since learned that even if he doesnt like it the first time... if I mix it w/something like sweet potatoes or carrots (the favorites) he'll get the taste of it... and be fine w/it. and I've been using the baby cubes... which are GREAT... once they're frozen, I pop them out into a ziplock for compact storage. I'm sure an ice cube tray would work as well... but i like the tops on the cubes... they travel well if we're going somewhere.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
I started w/the jacks harvest but have made my own since (about 4 months now). I didn't want to make batches of food he wouldnt eat/like at first... but I've since learned that even if he doesnt like it the first time... if I mix it w/something like sweet potatoes or carrots (the favorites) he'll get the taste of it... and be fine w/it. and I've been using the baby cubes... which are GREAT... once they're frozen, I pop them out into a ziplock for compact storage. I'm sure an ice cube tray would work as well... but i like the tops on the cubes... they travel well if we're going somewhere.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
18 or $40 is really high to me.I have a feeling we're just delaying solids and going straight to table foods in a few months anyway though. Although you are right that it should last while since they're only supposed to have it for experience, not filling and nutrition, until a year old.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
18 or $40 is really high to me. I have a feeling we're just delaying solids and going straight to table foods in a few months anyway though. Although you are right that it should last while since they're only supposed to have it for experience, not filling and nutrition, until a year old.
CrazyMother CrazyMother 8 years
Oh, 18 for $40. Still not bad, especially for organic. I'd probably mix with rice or oatmeal cereal and it would last with my itty bitty eater!
CrazyMother CrazyMother 8 years
Love Tastybaby. I always planned to make my own baby food but hate cleaning my food processor. 36 cups for $40 isn't too bad...convenience?
CrazyMother CrazyMother 8 years
Love Tastybaby. I always planned to make my own baby food but hate cleaning my food processor. 36 cups for $40 isn't too bad...convenience?
schnappycat schnappycat 8 years
I'm starting baby food this weekend and am planning to make some of my own if I can manage. But this looks great!
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 8 years
That's still pretty pricey. I just made my own creations for a lot less and it really didn't take that much time or effort.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
we LOVE jakes harvest!!!
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
we LOVE jakes harvest!!!
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I'll probably try it, although I admit to loving the taste of plain old Gerber baby food.
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