Butternut squash & quinoa chilli - Sweet Pea Spoons
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Butternut squash & quinoa chilli

Butternut squash & quinoa chilli
Butternut squash & quinoa chilli

Benefits

EYE

HEART

MUSCLE

Butternut squash is full of fibre, vitamins (A, B, C & E) minerals (calcium, magnesium & zinc) and antioxidants including beta-carotene which gives it such a vibrant orange colour. It also contains phytonutrients which have been linked with eye health.

Tomatoes contain lycopene which gives them their red colouring, this compound has been linked to good eye and heart health.

Quinoa is a plant-based protein source that contains all the essential amino acids which support our bodies to grow and stay healthy. It also contains a range of other nutrients including calcium, magnesium, B vitamins and vitamin E.

Kale is a leafy green vegetable and contains vitamins (K and C), minerals (manganese, calcium and iron) in addition to polyphenols and fibre.

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Organic Tomatoes (Tomatoes, Tomato Juice), Organic Butternut Squash (18%), Organic Red Kidney Beans, Organic Quinoa (9%), Water, Organic Yoghurt (Milk), Organic Cheddar Cheese (Milk), Organic Onion, Organic Kale, Coriander, Olive Oil, Garlic, Cumin.

For allergens, see ingredients in bold

Textures

7-10 months

As your baby will have gotten used to smooth textures, our 7-10 months pots start to include very soft lumps within the thicker soft texture to encourage chewing. We want to help get your little one used to seeing and tasting a variety of different flavours by introducing spices and herbs into exciting and colourful combinations. Our fruit compotes are always blended smooth to be used as a spread on toast soldiers or stirred through porridge.

10-12 months

By 10 months, our pots introduce soft pea-sized lumps and chunks into a thick puree to encourage chewing.

12+ months

By 12-24 months, your little one is gradually learning how to eat just like Mummy and Daddy! Our pots now consist of baby bite-sized pieces as your little one is confident with chewing. This is the stage when children can often be a bit picky so here is when it’s really important to keep persisting with variety otherwise you could get stuck in the plain pasta with butter cycle. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

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