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mighty baby and tot nutrition {Little Duck Organics}

I never knew how hungry a baby could be until I had a boy.  He’s 13 months now and it seems every week he ups his intake.  Beyond the obvious fruits and vegetables, I’m always trying to sneak extra ingredients into his diet… the easiest ways being yogurts and oatmeal.  Little Duck Organics Mighty Oats are making my mornings easier as they already contain much more than oatmeal.  Baby Gabriel tested these out (very happily) as well as Tiny Fruits, sent for review.

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Little Duck Organics Mighty Oats are the perfect way for Gabriel to start his day.  All ingredients are sourced from certified-organic farms and are Non-GMO Project verified.  Of course there are also no added sugars, salts, colors or preservatives in these all natural cereals.  Wonderful.

What really makes Mighty Oats special, though are the powerhouse ingredients added that no other baby cereals can offer.  Mighty Oats are made with quinoa, amaranth, chia, buckwheat, millet & oats.  Super Wonderful.

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The single serving cups ensure we can take these on the go for early mornings, or just as a snack later in the day.  Gabriel HOUSES these Mighty Oats — loves them just the way they are.  Because I am an overachiever, and my son is a bottomless pit, I add coordinating fresh fruits to the cups.  The flavors currently are: strawberry vanilla, blueberry cinnamon, coconut banana.  His favorite fruit food in the world is the blueberry.  Every time I bring them out of the fridge he puts his arms up and yells “yeay!” … on top of Mighty Oats, he just loses it!

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Know what else??  These single serve cups are compostable!  Within about 6 months (less here in the hot desert) they will simply be part of the earth.  The outer cardboard is embedded with vegetable seeds so you (and the kiddos) can grow veggies at home.  I am in LOVE with this company!

little duck organics review in_the_know_momOn-the-go snacks are a must if I want to go anywhere with my son.  That is just a fact if you want a peaceful outing.  Tiny Fruits are dried fruit bits, perfect for little hands and new solid feeders.  The fruits are dried slowly to preserve essential nutrients and dissolve easily in the mouth.  We’re talking 100% fruit here people, no added sugars, salts, colors or preservatives.

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Gabriel loves these when we are out and they tend to be in the cup holders and trays of the car seat or stroller.  Everyone who knows Gabriel knows his “o” face means he really likes something (or is surprised or discovered something new). I mentioned his connection with blueberries earlier, so he especially loves the Tiny Fruits with whole dried blueberries and that is what got his “o” face this time.

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Little Duck Organics are worry-free foods for your baby – Mighty Oats ages 4 months+. Tiny Fruits ages 12 months+.  Find these products online or at a local grocer like Whole Foods and Kroger.  Enjoy and don’t forget to bury the box!  Keep in the know by liking Little Duck Organics on Facebook and following on Twitter.

Product was provided by Little Duck Organics to facilitate this review.

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  1. Andrea
    March 22, 2014 at 2:00 pm — Reply

    I like the Tiny Fruits in Strawberry Mango!

  2. Anne perry
    March 22, 2014 at 8:11 pm — Reply

    Blueberry a apple tiny fruits

  3. sarah cooper
    March 23, 2014 at 7:36 am — Reply

    I’d like to try the tiny fruits with my little girl, look tasty and healthy for on the go snacking!

  4. christine jessamine
    March 23, 2014 at 11:08 am — Reply

    I like the mango pineapple tiny fruits

  5. Cassandra Eastman
    March 23, 2014 at 3:41 pm — Reply

    I’ve never tried them but the Strawberry Mango tiny fruits sound good!

  6. March 23, 2014 at 8:26 pm — Reply

    Following you via Pinterest as StaceyRenee711 and subscribed via email – Stacey2561(at)aol(dot)com

  7. myflower121870
    March 24, 2014 at 3:37 am — Reply

    Pineapple Mango

  8. Em Ma
    March 24, 2014 at 7:44 am — Reply

    I like the Tiny Fruits in blueberry and apple

  9. Vicki Wurgler
    March 24, 2014 at 8:06 am — Reply


  10. jenn
    March 25, 2014 at 6:02 am — Reply

    Mango Pineapple Tiny Fruits

  11. Trisha Burgess
    March 25, 2014 at 7:30 am — Reply

    The apple bananna tinny fruits!!

  12. alaine
    March 28, 2014 at 5:35 pm — Reply

    Mango Pineapple Tiny Fruits sound great.

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