Serenity Farms Organic Butternut Squash & Spinach baby food is packed with nutrition and flavor because every bite counts! This savory blend of butternut squash and spinach has zero added sugars or sugary fruits which allows your little one to develop a love for the rich taste of squash and greens at an early age. They add organic avocado oil for essential fatty acids that aid in nutrient absorption and brain development. Plus, Serenity Farms only uses the highest quality of ingredients that are USDA certified organic and grown exclusively on...
About This Brand
Feeding a baby can be an exercise in frustration. There are so many options and you want to be sure that you are providing your child with the best nourishment possible. Enter Serenity Kids, whose baby food products are the first pouch fed, fully Paleo meals on the market. Serenity products are packed with protein, fat, and carbohydrates, offering all the essential nutrients that help babies...
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Serving Size: 1 pouch (99g)
Servings Per Container:6
Amount per serving
% daily value
Includes 0g Added Sugars
43 Members have left reviews!
Kid tested, Grammy approved!
Posted by Beth from TWAIN HARTE, California
My grandson loves this product. It's the healthiest option and I can easily pop it on my order to have around when he comes to visit.
Posted by Stephanie from Everett, Washington
My son doesn't let us feed him much (he would rather feed himself). However he loves this enough to let us spoon feed him if.
Good taste and ingredients
Posted by Sara from Fruitland, Idaho
My son loves it (and I’ve tasted it as I do with all of his food to make sure it seems good and clean) and it has good ingredients. I use these for a base to mix with other store bought foods that have a lot of fruit in them to be able to introduce those fruits without giving my son too much sugary fruits at once (in one sitting and in one bite).
Posted by Michelle from VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia
My daughter loves them
Posted by Jessica from Easley, South Carolina
Daughter did not like these
Posted by Jessica from Norwood, New Jersey
These were pretty gross, i have to say. Daughter did not want to eat, and I couldn't blame her. So it was a waste of money.
My daughter hated it
Posted by Jennifer from CHANDLER, Arizona
Bought it for my daughter and she hated it. I tried it too and it's pretty gross. Waste of my money, unfortunately.
would buy again
Posted by Margaret from TENAFLY, New Jersey
surprisingly, my baby eats this up, despite the absence of sweet fruits