No added sugar
No added salt
Rasida’s sauce makes adventurous home cooking a piece of cake.
Perfect for palate development & to make home-cooking super easy!
Rasida shares with you her authentic family recipe. We recommend to always have it at home to improvise a quick, healthy and delicious meal. Simply mix with some couscous, grains, raisins, chicken, lamb, carrots, cauliflower or whatever you find in your fridge.
This sauce will teach your little foodies to enjoy a version of the flavours you enjoy and love. So that, in a few months, you can share your favourite family recipes together at the dinner table. Because, don’t forget: you are now building his taste preferences for later in life.
- No added salt
- No added sugar
- No additives
- No allergens
- Gluten free
- Lactose free
- Saves time in home cooking
- Jazzes up recipes
- Ideal for palate development
- Promotes adventurous eating
- Mummy made - Baby approved
- Approved by our paediatric dietician
- With spices & herbs
Average nutritional value per 100 g:
Energy 284 kJ/67 kcal
Fat 1,4 g
of which saturated 0,2 g
Carbohydrate 12 g
of which sugars 5,9 g*
Fibre 1,7 g
Protein 0,9 g
Salt 0,06 g*
*Contains only naturally occurring sugars & salt
water, sweet potato* 23%, carrot,*, dried apricot*, onion*, raisins*, cinnamon* 1.5%,
sunflower seed oil*, garlic*, parsley* 1%, concentrated lemon juice*, coriander* 0.2%,
paprika powder* 0.2%, clove*, nutmeg*, black pepper*, mint*, ginger*, cumin*.
or 2 portions
How to use
Rasida shares with you her authentic family recipe. We recommend to always have it at home to improvise a quick, healthy and delicious meal. Simply mix with some couscous, grains, raisins, chicken, lamb, carrots, cauliflower or whatever you find in your fridge. Add some fresh herbs to make it extra savoury.
Important: Colour, spices and complex, mixed flavours (= our sauces) help develop baby’s taste buds, which will form the development of future food preferences. Variety is the key and that includes spices and lots of flavour! Because babies learn new flavours best when they come in rapid succession. So, if the advice from before was to feed babies with bland first foods, now it is “the more flavourful and colourful, the better”, babies can almost eat everything at 1 year old.
Heat the sauce before serving it, but of course, always make sure it is not too hot before serving it to your little ones.
For babies, children & their parents.