Our friends at Peter Rabbit Organics have created a healthful snack that kids love and adults do too! The fruit and vegetable pouches are tasty enough to eat on their own or can be added to snacks such as applesauce or an extra nutrient packed burst of deliciousness. The ever-charming Peter Rabbit hops along with children through the flavors of the garden, introducing them to a fantastic array of fruits and vegetables.
From the Mouth of a Kid:
It makes my applesauce taste really good. Mom has lots of flavors, and sometimes I put them into my oatmeal and it makes it even yummier!
From the Eyes of a Parent:
The pouches are made from pure all organic produce with no added water or preservatives. The pouches are easy for the kids to handle, and to take on the go. And, with the wide array of flavors to choose from I can include them in any meal of the day from breakfast to dinner.
The pouches have a smooth, almost creamy texture to please even the pickiest of palettes.
Comes in mango, banana and orange, strawberry and banana, apple and grape, peach and apple, pear and apple, banana and apple, pea, spinach and apple, carrot/squash and apple, sweet potato/ corn and apple, pear and pea, and pumpkin/carrot and apple.
The Icing on the Cake:
Made in the USA with 100% USDA organic fruits and vegetables. The pouches have no added sugar, salt of artificial ingredients. They are less than 100 calories, have 35% of the recommended daily value of vitamin c, less than 20g sugar, and are BPA free. You can find these pouches in retailers nationwide, as well as online.
Time to Eat?!
Goes great on or with breakfast and makes for a refreshing snack.
Good to Go?
Yes! Each package is resealable with a twist-off cap and can be stored in the refrigerator after opening. Since they are made without preservatives they should be eaten within 48 hours after opening.
Mix it Up!
The vegetable pouches can be squirted into oatmeal, cereals, or even blended into a soup or mash for a nutritional boost. Use in baking as a flavor boost or even a substitute for the fats in baking.
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