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Mum {And Toddler} Approved Weaning Food – No Junk

Mum {And Toddler} Approved Weaning Food – No Junk

Weaning your baby can be a difficult path to navigate. There are so many reactions your little can and more than likely, will have.

Unfortunately not every food introduction is going to have a happy ending. A baby’s palate is very sensitive to taste during those first few months of weaning onto solid foods and it may take a few attempts for them to like a certain flavour.

Audrey is nearly one and while we have been introducing different foods, textures and tastes to her for the past 6 or so months, we have definitely had some wins and some cracker failures. We are very lucky though because she is open to trying just about anything!

Organix weaning food

Organix baby food

Recently while we were in the Blue Mountains, we needed to get some snacks for Audrey when we were on the move and a new biscuit caught my eye in the baby food section of the supermarket. I’ll be honest, they caught my attention because they were on sale.

I bought the Organix baby biscuits in two flavours, vanilla and strawberry. There is also a banana flavour but they were sold out. I hoped she would like them but it was a 50-50 risk. Luckily both Audrey and Haddie loved them.

Since then, the opportunity came up to collaborate with Organix to share our experience of these baby biscuits and the new Organix fruit pots. How could I refuse? They were such a hit the first time around and I was a little excited to see if the girls liked the new fruit pots.

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Organix baby biscuits – Ideal for 7+ months

The flavours are subtle but easy to identify and made with no artificial flavours or sweeteners; the taste comes directly from the fruit. My girls preferred the banana flavour but would not be disappointed if the strawberry or vanilla were offered to them.

Organix weaning food

The shape made them easy for Audrey to hold because they are a small ring, her little fingers fit through the centre with ease which makes learning with food fun. I love that the organic ring biscuits are not hard to bite into and the texture is perfect for little mouths moving on from first foods to stage 2.

*Ideas – We let Audrey try these on their own as biscuits while she walked around and also dipped in yoghurt. Both were a huge hit!
Available in Coles and Woolworths. Price: $4.99

Organix weaning food

Organix fruit pots – Ideal for 7+ months

I was excited to see whether Audrey liked the Organix fruit pots because she loves fruit but I had never given her on anything like this before.

The Organix fruit pots are new to the Australian market and as the name suggests, contains only organic fruit and nothing nasty with added sugar. The pots are currently available in two flavours – Mashed Apple & Mango, Apple & Raspberry with pieces.

Organix weaning food

We tried the apple and raspberry first. The chunks of fruit were a great addition to the puree which offered a range of textures in a single spoonful. I think it is safe to say that while she didn’t love it immediately, she liked this one after a few tries.

Organix weaning food

The apple and mango was definitely her preferred choice of the two. My 3 year old however preferred this one.

Organix weaning food

The mashed apple and mango is thick puree with small chunks of juicy mango. The pots of fruit are quite large servings so you will more than likely get two meals / snacks from one pot.

*Ideas – Try adding these to pancakes or yoghurt to add additional flavours and textures.
Available in packs of 4 from Woolworths. Price: $5.70

Organix weaning food

What make Organix different from the rest

Ambassadors of healthy eating choices, Organix want children to have the option of real, healthy and nutritious food with convenience for their parents. They are committed to setting standards and the Organix No Junk Promise just confirms their dedication.

Organix weaning food
This means that all Organix foods contain only the best organic ingredients and contain nothing unnecessary.

If you want great tasting food for your little one without the junk, give the new Organix baby biscuits and fruit pots a try. Click here to view the whole range available.

How do you keep food interesting when introducing new flavours to your toddler?

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  1. Karina Lee
    01/11/2016 / 8:51 pm

    I like to feed my little one carrot sticks!

  2. blake h
    01/11/2016 / 9:13 pm

    Organic treats we love, yum
    Fruit, veg, cheese, all of them.
    We have a tray, to put them on
    we can choose, whereupon
    organic gets the tick, they are
    all GONE!!

  3. Danielle Shipperlee
    02/11/2016 / 1:46 am


    Everything organix – except my actual fingers 😛

  4. Sarah
    02/11/2016 / 12:30 pm

    Our little one just adores devouring a taste plate, full of fun finger foods ranging from boiled eggs, hard cheese cubes, grapes and cut up fruits. Steamed shredded chicken breast with avocado dip is another yummy hit to eat with hands.

  5. Sonya
    02/11/2016 / 1:40 pm

    Raw capsicum slices… he loves crunchy food!

  6. Amanda
    02/11/2016 / 6:03 pm

    Cheese sticks and fruit bars are two of our faves…..easy to grasp and easy to transport but best of all they don’t create any mess!

  7. 02/11/2016 / 10:20 pm

    Fruit cut into different shapes, the colors merge to make a bowlful of rainbow!

  8. Xzavia green
    03/11/2016 / 8:44 pm

    Toast soldiers, cooked egg and cucumber sticks are the most popular with my toddler

  9. Stacey Shailer
    04/11/2016 / 10:38 pm

    My youngest loves anything served with a dip or sauce that she can ‘dip dip’ into! Soft veggie sticks with tzatziki or hummus, toast fingers into a soft boiled egg, or even french toast fingers dipped into maple syrup or honey yoghurt.

  10. tracy wedding
    07/11/2016 / 8:21 pm

    Cheese sticks and carrot sticks are the favs here

  11. Belinda Moxey
    08/11/2016 / 2:02 pm

    I feed my little one bananas, avocados, toast and cheese

  12. Samantha Allen-Stephens
    09/11/2016 / 10:40 pm

    I feed my toddler cheese, fruits, raw vegetables, toast and rice cakes with home-made, healthy greek yoghurt and hummus dips 🙂

  13. Kasey Evans
    15/11/2016 / 12:04 am

    My little one snacks on fruit, veggie sticks & the occasional arrowroot biscuits.

  14. Maree Gray
    17/11/2016 / 9:53 am

    soft boiled egg with vegemite toast soldiers (this was my favourite as a kid too), fresh fruit and veg cut into toddler sized pieces

  15. Teresa Clark
    17/11/2016 / 10:53 am

    Love the finger food range, but haven’t tried all of these yet.

  16. Teresa Clark
    17/11/2016 / 10:55 am

    Pressed submit too soon, my little one has whatever we are having, so fruit/veggies/meat/sandwich just cut into little finger portions.

  17. Lauren P
    20/11/2016 / 12:37 pm

    Love the shape of the biscuits they have really thought about how a child might hold them.

  18. nicole larsen
    21/11/2016 / 11:44 am

    lots of cut up fresh fruit

  19. Cate
    25/11/2016 / 12:27 am

    A variety of fruit and vegetables, pikelets and rice cakes. Although his favourite by far is hummus on toast or grated cucumber, Greek yoghurt and garlic dip. Perfect for the whole family.

  20. Catherine D
    25/11/2016 / 10:15 pm

    Anything and everything.Little Miss has an appetite and loves all food.9 months old and her favourite food is spinach leaves ?

  21. Jemma C
    26/11/2016 / 8:26 am

    My bub loves prunes, they’re sweet, sticky, a great sensory food, and contain fibre and vit C. Also chicken drumsticks and rice cakes. I’d love to win this to encourage him to enjoy other fruits, as he’s currently very selective about it!

  22. Mikaela C
    26/11/2016 / 12:14 pm

    fruit sticks,
    cheese sticks,
    little toasted soldiers,
    cut up egg,
    don’t forget the veg,
    my little one loves all of it!

  23. Ashley Beech
    30/11/2016 / 12:27 pm

    Chopped up soft fruits
    like strawberries
    or banana,
    and maybe a little sweet treat
    snuck in there!

  24. Jade Williams
    30/11/2016 / 12:46 pm

    We love cucumber sticks with hummus!

  25. Yvonne Giakoumis
    30/11/2016 / 2:11 pm

    My daughter likes Mezze being Greek
    Her tastes for a toddler are quite unique
    Hummus and olives she loves to eat
    Crackers and cashews can’t be beat

  26. Shannon Wotton
    30/11/2016 / 2:19 pm

    Our favourite finger food is homemade cheese and veggie mini muffins. Great to get my toddler to eat more vegetables and my bigger kids love them too!

  27. Sonya
    30/11/2016 / 4:12 pm

    Corn cobs. They’re easy for little fingers to hold and taste delicious!

  28. Megan Higgs
    30/11/2016 / 5:58 pm

    My little girls favorite finger food at the moment is cheese and little pieces of sliced meat.

  29. Abby L
    30/11/2016 / 11:54 pm

    Cucumber sticks 🙂

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