Magic Forest, organic baby porridge

39,95 DKK

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Our organic baby cereal is perfect for baby’s first solid food. It is gluten- and dairy-free and enriched with vitamin B1 for your little one’s development and suitable for babies from 6 months.

A nutritious and fibre-rich starter cereal with a lovely taste of sweet prunes, quinoa and delicious blackberries.

Contents: 180 g (corresponding to about 12 servings)

From 6 months

 

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Description

Woodland Wonders takes the baby on a culinary journey from the very first mouthful. We take the best ingredients and tamper with them as little as possible so they retain their natural fibre, vitamin and mineral content. That is why our products have more flavour, colour and structure than any other baby food.

Naturally sweet and wholesome, Woodland Wonders’ recipes are made with certified organic ingredients and contain no preservatives, refined sugar, artificial colours, flavours or other additives. We are also proud to be able to say that our whole range of porridges is suitable for babies with allergies and food sensitivities.

 

Ingredients & allergens

Gluten-free oat flour* (82%), prune powder* (12%), quinoa flour* (5%), blackberry powder* (1%), vitamin B1. *from organic farming

Nutrition

Nutritional Information Per 100 g of dry porridge Per 15 g cereal + 25 ml. infant formula
Energy 1373 kJ/327 kcal 277 kJ/66 kcal
Fat 5,9 g 1,8 g
– of which saturated fat 0,9 g 0,5 g
Carbohydrate 55 g 10,2 g
– of which sugars 7,9 g 3,1 g
Fibres 9,5 g 1,4 g
Protein 12 g 2,1 g
Natrium 3 mg 0,6 mg
Salt 0,01 g 0,01 g
Thiamin (vitamin B1) 1,4 mg 0,21 mg

Storage & Preparation

Storage
Store in a cool and dry place.

Preparation

Pour 1,5 tbsp. (15 g) porridge in a bowl and add 3 tbsp. (25 ml) boiling water (100°C). Allow to soak while stirring. Add 3 tbsp. (25 ml) of baby’s usual milk and stir again until the porridge has the desired consistency. Serve at body temperature (37 °C).

 

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