The shape of the pasta is easy to handle for your little foodies, it helps them to learn how to chew and teaches them to familiarize themselves with texture.
A perfect quick, colourful & easy option for a home-made meal.
Sienna always has some of her Italian Ditalini at home: because pasta is her favourite dish & because it’s such an easy meal to improvise when her parents don't have a lot of time. Simply add one of Sienna’s healthy sauces, some parmesan cheese and you have an instant smile on your little one’s face!
Teach your little ones to familiarise themselves with texture & the process of chewing!
- No added salt
- No added sugar
- No additives
- Allergens: Gluten
- Lactose free
- Save time in home-cooking
- Promotes adventurous eating
- Mummy made- Baby approved
- Approved by our paediatric dietician
Average nutritional value per 100 g:
Energy 1515 kJ/ 357 kcal
Fat 1,1 g
of which saturated 0,2 g
Carbohydrate 75 g
of which sugars 4,3 g*
Fibre 3 g
Protein 11 g
Salt <0,01 g*
+ Thiamine/Thiamin (Vit. B1): 1,1mg
*Contains only naturally occurring sugars & salt
PLAIN PASTA 50% : durum WHEAT semolina*, vitamin B1.
TOMATO PASTA 25% : durum WHEAT semolina*, dehydrated tomato* 3%, vitamin B1.
SPINACH PASTA 25% : durum WHEAT semolina*, dehydrated spinach* 1,5%, vitamin B1.
FOR ALLERGENS, SEE INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.
or +/- 6 portions
How to use
Sienna always has some of her Italian Ditalini at home: because pasta is her favourite dish & because it’s such an easy meal to improvise when her parents don't have a lot of time. Bring 1 litre of water per 100 g of pasta to the boil. Stir it and cook "al dente" according to the cooking time. Drain it and flavour with one of Sienna’s healthy sauces or spice mixes, some parmesan cheese and you have an instant smile on your little one’s face! Be aware that it will be loved by the whole family. Add some fresh tomatoes, basil or grilled vegetables if you want their plate to look even more colourful.
Tomatin’s Ditalini are tricolour, flavoured with spinach and tomatoes. They bring variety in taste and colour: the Italian colours and flavours on your little foodies’ plate.
Important: Teach your little ones to familiarise themselves with texture & the process of chewing! Chewing skills develop rapidly before your little one turns 1, but only when he is given something to chew on. If you only give them mashed foods, they might become hypersensitive to lumps… Sienna’s Ditalini make a perfect bite; they have some texture but are still easy to handle for babies and toddlers, which gives both parents and their little foodies some autonomy;-)
For baby's, children & their parents.