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Happy Baby – Fresh, frozen, organic baby meals.

by Alicia on March 2, 2007 in Age 0-1 year, Age 1-3, Food and Drink

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HappybabyfoodWe try to eat organic as much as possible but it’s difficult to find GOOD organic baby food at my local grocery store. Yes, Madelyn and I have tried the big brand organics but I think they are seriously lacking in flavor and ‘oompf’.. if you know what I mean.

I  was thrilled when I received HAPPYBABY fresh, frozen, organic baby meals to review on The Mommy Insider. Madelyn is nine months now and is great about trying new food. As Madelyn favors food with texture, I was excited to introduce her to the Mama Grain baby meal which includes organic bananas, organic quinoa, organic black beans, and water necessary for cooking. She loves it!

HAPPYBABY baby food is full of flavor and nutrients and there are currently ten creative items on the menu.

Check the HAPPYBABY website to find a grocer near you that sells HAPPYBABY fresh, frozen, organic baby meals.

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Jenna March 24, 2008 at 2:14 pm

I have used these baby foods as well, and found that although they seemed to be delicious to my little one, they are extremely hard to defrost properly. While using them, I also realized that the presized cubes were not big enough for my daughter to get a full belly from. Thus leading me to use more than one cube, probably inspiring my difficulty defrosting! They are a tasty and organic baby food, but I have fund other brand of organic baby food that had the “oomph” as well as the ease of use. I would rather make my own food then use these.


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