Menu

We provide your growing babe with a variety of thoughtfully balanced meals, freshly prepared with nutrient rich ingredients.

All of our ingredients and recipes are approved by our in-house paediatric nutritionist who has worked with some of the top hospitals and universities (including Boston Children’s Hospital and Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital). So you can feed your baby worry free!

Below is a sample of our menu.

Menu changes each week with repeat favourites and accommodations by request

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Thanks for Dinner

Beets are one of the healthiest foods you can give your little one. They are not only packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals but contain a unique source of phytonutrients that provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxification support. Turkey is a great, lean source of protein along with the quinoa, which is also rich in fibre and many essential vitamins and minerals and a great gluten free option. Olive oil is a healthy source of fat, which we know is very beneficial to a developing baby.  The addition of fat also helps make other vitamins found in this recipe more readily absorbed by the body.



Sweetie Pie

This dish is loaded with nutrition! Apples are a good source of fibre and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants. Millet is a healthful, gluten free grain option. Combining that with the protein power of lentils, the fat from the coconut oil and the nutrients from the fruits and vegetables make this dish both delicious and nutritious.



Sweet Sweet Morning

 Flax is high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, making them great for improving digestive function. It's essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health. Root vegetables such as sweet potato provide energy, fibre and a subtle sweetness to a dish. They are rich in vitamins and minerals and help support digestive and immune system health. Quinoa is a great source of fibre, is a complete protein and contains many minerals such as magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It is also gluten free, for those who want to consume grains but have sensitivity or not ready to introduce gluten. Apples are a good source of fibre and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants.



Pears N’ Porridge

Pears and bananas add a hint of natural sweetness to this dish, in addition to being packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals. Quinoa and hemp seeds are both complete protein sources, making this dish a great vegetarian option. Coconut milk and hemp seeds both provide necessary fat for your little one, keeping them feeling full and staying healthy. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little ones diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.



Prunes In AM

Prunes are a great natural source of sweetness, high in vitamins, a source of iron and help improve digestion and regularity. Strawberries are rich in antioxidants, have anti-inflammatory properties and are high in many vitamins and minerals. Spinach is a good source of iron and the iron is more easily absorbed when combined with foods rich in vitamin C, such as the strawberries in this dish. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little ones diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration. Flax is high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Its essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health.



Green Fibre

 Getting more greens into your little ones diet doesn’t have to be hard. This dish is delicious and packed with spinach and green beans, giving your little one iron, vitamin K, vitamin A, Vitamin C and fibre (just to name a few). Flax is also high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, making them great for improving digestive function. It's essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found in breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little one's diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.



Crazy Roasted Veggies

Root vegetables such as sweet potato, carrot and beets provide energy, fibre and a subtle sweetness to a dish, without spiking blood sugar. They are all rich in vitamins and minerals and help support digestive and immune system health. Quinoa is a great source of fibre, is a complete protein and contains many minerals such as magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It is also gluten free, for those who want to consume grains but have sensitivity or are not ready to introduce gluten. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found in breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little one's diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.


Thanks for Dinner

Beets are one of the healthiest foods you can give your little one. They are not only packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals but contain a unique source of phytonutrients that provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxification support. Turkey is a great, lean source of protein along with the quinoa, which is also rich in fibre and many essential vitamins and minerals and a great gluten free option. Olive oil is a healthy source of fat, which we know is very beneficial to a developing baby. The addition of fat also helps make other vitamins found in this recipe more readily absorbed by the body.


Sweetie Pie

This dish is loaded with nutrition! Apples are a good source of fibre and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants. Millet is a healthful, gluten free grain option. Combining that with the protein power of lentils, the fat from the coconut oil and the nutrients from the fruits and vegetables make this dish both delicious and nutritious.


Sweet Sweet Morning

Flax is high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, making them great for improving digestive function. It's essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health. Root vegetables such as sweet potato provide energy, fibre and a subtle sweetness to a dish. They are rich in vitamins and minerals and help support digestive and immune system health. Quinoa is a great source of fibre, is a complete protein and contains many minerals such as magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It is also gluten free, for those who want to consume grains but have sensitivity or not ready to introduce gluten. Apples are a good source of fibre and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants.


Pears N’ Porridge

Pears and bananas add a hint of natural sweetness to this dish, in addition to being packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals. Quinoa and hemp seeds are both complete protein sources, making this dish a great vegetarian option. Coconut milk and hemp seeds both provide necessary fat for your little one, keeping them feeling full and staying healthy. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little ones diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.


Prunes In AM

Prunes are a great natural source of sweetness, high in vitamins, a source of iron and help improve digestion and regularity. Strawberries are rich in antioxidants, have anti-inflammatory properties and are high in many vitamins and minerals. Spinach is a good source of iron and the iron is more easily absorbed when combined with foods rich in vitamin C, such as the strawberries in this dish. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little ones diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration. Flax is high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Its essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health.


Green Fibre

Getting more greens into your little ones diet doesn’t have to be hard. This dish is delicious and packed with spinach and green beans, giving your little one iron, vitamin K, vitamin A, Vitamin C and fibre (just to name a few). Flax is also high in fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, making them great for improving digestive function. It's essential fats and B vitamins can also help with skin health. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found in breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little one's diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.


Crazy Roasted Veggies

Root vegetables such as sweet potato, carrot and beets provide energy, fibre and a subtle sweetness to a dish, without spiking blood sugar. They are all rich in vitamins and minerals and help support digestive and immune system health. Quinoa is a great source of fibre, is a complete protein and contains many minerals such as magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It is also gluten free, for those who want to consume grains but have sensitivity or are not ready to introduce gluten. Coconut Milk contains lauric acid, which is a healthful compound also found in breast milk, making coconut milk a great addition to your little one's diet. It is also high in fat, which is necessary for baby’s development. In addition it contains electrolytes, which can help prevent dehydration.