Alternative Ways of Eating our Baby Food - Serenity Kids

August 18, 2020 2 min read

Mamas and papas of picky eaters, we know how hard it is sometimes to get your kiddos to eat their veggies or finish all the meat on their plates. Here are some alternative ways of using our baby food so that you can easily add more nutrients into their everyday dishes.

Spaghetti with Grass Fed Beef with Organic Kale & Sweet Potatoes

Spaghetti with Grass Fed Beef

Mix our Grass Feed Beef with Organic Kale and Sweet Potatoes into your favorite marinara sauce to increase the quality protein content. Spoon over pasta and enjoy! We love Cappello's and Bentilia Legumes Pasta's gluten free options.

Mac and Cheese with Serenity Kids Organic Squashes

Organic Squash Mac and Cheese

Mac and cheese is a household favorite and it's easy to hide in a healthy serving of vegetables by squeezing in a pouch of our Organic Squashes. It's a smooth blend of organic kabocha squash, butternut squash, pumpkin, and olive oil. Avoiding dairy? You can also make your own version of mac and cheese using our Organic Squashes pouch with nutritional yeast, garlic powder, turmeric, pink Himalayan sea salt, and a little splash of almond milk! We recommend topping on Cappello's and Bentilia Legumes gluten free pasta. 

Serenity Kids Organic Roots Smoothie

Organic Roots Smoothie

Simply blend up a mix of frozen berries and add a pouch of Organic Roots with Olive Oil for a refreshing summer snack that tastes delicious and is good for you, too! Flavors aren't as strong when frozen - so this is a great way to hide veggies into your picky eater's diet. 

Serenity Kids Wild Caught Salmon Spread

Wild Caught Salmon Spread

Who said Serenity Kids was just for babies? Break out the Wild Caught Salmon next time you're assembling your charcuterie board for a pate-like snack to share with your little one! Our go to is Simple Mills

Serenity Kids Organic Savory Veggie Popsicles

Organic Savory Veggie Popsicles

Squeeze any one of our Organic Savory Veggie pouches into popsicle molds for a healthy, refreshing summer snack! We like these from FoodWorks because they're dishwasher safe and most of the drip falls back into the mold so it saves on the mess!

Serenity Kids Grass Fed Beef Collagen Gummies

Grass Fed Beef Collagen Gummies

We got this recipe courtesy of one of our awesome MOMbassadors. Up your little one's collagen intake with these gummies featuring our Grass Fed Beef pouches!

Step 1: Warm up contents of two pouches and add in 1 tbsp grass fed beef gelatin
Step 2: Spread in a pyrex (or gummy molds) and chill in fridge for at least 30 minutes or freeze for 8-10 minutes
Step 3: Cut into bite sized pieces to avoid choking. They do have a slight chew to them!

We hope to enjoy these alternative ways of getting more nutritious foods into your little one's daily diet! If you make any at home, please post on social media and tag us at @myserenitykids and #everybitecounts to let us know! 

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