USDA certified organic and non-GMO. Contains a combination of wholesome grains. Only three ingredients. Easy to blend with fruit or veggie purees or other baby food.
A few babies didn't seem to like it, but many more enjoyed the flavor. Rare reports of expired packets.
USDA certified organic and non-GMO oatmeal cereal. Consisting of highly-digestible oatmeal. Trusted, popular brand in baby food. Can be purchased in singles or multi-packs. Earns thumbs up from parents who say babies like it.
Some complaints of expired boxes. The spout is wide and can cause spills if not poured carefully.
Filling and satisfying for babies. Non-GMO and USDA organic ingredients. Available in singles and multi-packs. Contains only three ingredients – whole grain brown rice flour, iron, and vitamin E. Good for sensitive tummies.
A few consumers report spilled or broken boxes upon delivery.
Made with whole grain ingredients and fortified with iron. Free from pesticides and non-GMO. Easily mixes into puree baby food. Ideal for an introductory food.
Many customers received oatmeal that was very close to expiring.
This quinoa-based cereal includes probiotics, iron, magnesium, and B2 for a well-rounded breakfast. Easily mixes with a variety of foods. Parents love the design of the portable pouches.
Can be somewhat challenging for younger babies to swallow due to the thick consistency. Very expensive considering the amount of food you get.
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Baby cereal is often one of the first solid foods that doctors recommend feeding babies once they start weaning off breast milk or formula. Because cereals can be mixed with both breast milk and formula in addition to water, they can be a great transition food as little tummies start to get used to digesting solid food. Generally, organic baby cereals are made from rice, quinoa, oats, or a mix of grains. It may take some experimentation to find out which texture babies like the most. Generally, these cereals have a very mild taste.