“Nearly one third of babies aged 9 to 24 months do not eat vegetables on a given day, but Sprouts new line of plant-based food has the potential to change that”, said Rick Klauser, CEO at Sprout Foods.
Um, I’m totally guilty about forgetting to shove my child full of vegetables some days. Today was one of those days where Ooey left the house in only a diaper (the clothes were causing a breakdown) and we booked it to The Smithsonian National Zoo for something to do.
Thankfully, I’ve discovered Sprout’s new line of plant based vegetarian and vegan friendly baby & toddler snacks. We decided to put the new line of Sprouts baby food to the test, so we took some snacks and purees along for the adventure. We were headed to the splash pad at the National Zoo, which just opened again for the season!
First, we had to eat one pouch on the way..
Splashing around is hard work, so have a second pouch
The organic curlz were finished in record time, so the container became a toy
And before we head home, why not finish off that pouch we started earlier?
I may have helped eat some of the snacks, they were quite tasty. My favorite were the cheddar cheese curlz which had a puffy, crunchy consistency and tasted like an indulgence. Surprisingly these snacks were made of chickpeas and lentils, with no unrecognizable ingredients. The Kiwi Spinach puree cam in an aesthetically pleasing see through pouch and tasted a lot like the green smoothies I make for myself, which is to say, delicious. The pumpkin-apple red lentil pouch was much thicker and served as my toddlers lunch.
All in all, Sprouts gets an A+ from me. When I’m out, especially at the zoo, it’s so easy to grab a quick bite that is 100% fatty and deep fried. Having an on hand stash of edible healthy snacks and meals is something an on the go mom like me needs.
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