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DIY Kale Potato Pancakes

DIY Kale Potato Pancakes

There comes a certain age where we are all wondering "how do I get my baby to eat vegetables" or how can I sneak vegetables in my kid's meal. Right? We are constantly surprised by how moms use Amara and @Joyfullygreen takes the prize for the most creative. Here is her favorite way to get vegetables in her kid's diet. Because let's be serious, this baby food is so good everyone wants to eat it. DIY Kale Potato Pancakes Great for babies and kids of all ages! Ingredients: 2 Amara Potato and Kale pouches 1/2 Cup milk 1 Egg Coconut...

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Green Mama speaks up about healthy organic baby food

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Green Mama speaks up about healthy organic baby food

Amara Baby Food is a new brand of natural and organic food for your tot. The unique drying technique renders the meal into a powder without the use of synthetics, stabilizers, or preservatives. Just add water, formula, or breastmilk and presto! Instant baby food! Since it has no moisture it has a long shelf life and can hang out in your bag without leaking until you need it. We tried Amara’s Banana flavoured  baby food and loved it.   What's To Love?: – perfect for travelling – natural and organic – no preservatives – baby-friendly flavours Overall Rating:  Health Rating: ...

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Mommy Scene Tastes the Difference with Amara

Mommy Scene Tastes the Difference with Amara

May 2015 By Katie, from Mommy Scene. Amara baby food is an easy, healthy option for feeding your baby. It's pretty much just like fresh pureed baby food, but freeze dried! Freeze drying preserves nutrients and maximizes convenience since this baby food comes in a small packet. Just add water and it's time for lunch! We tried out Amara banana organic dried baby food. It's made for babies 6 months and older. My baby is a huge fan of bananas, and I don't think she noticed the difference between this and freshly mashed banana! I found it simple to dump the packet...

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