No added sugar
No added salt
Give an adventurous touch to your baby’s first home-cooked meals. Ideal for the palate development of little foodies to be.
A must for the palate development of your little ones!
Rasida shares her Ras-el Hanout star recipe with all her friends. This mix of spices gives a warm and adventurous flavour to all your little one’s dishes and will help you jazz up your home cooking. Use it to season your vegetable purées, roasted winter vegetables, soups, couscous, beans, stews, omelettes, etc.
This mix lets your little foodies familiarize themselves with the wonderful world of spices & herbs, a perfect way to learn to eat & love spices and avoid a life of bland food.
- No added salt
- No added sugar
- No additives
- 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
Average nutritional value per 100 g:
Energy 1249 kJ/299 kcal
Fat 11 g
of which saturated 2,1 g
Carbohydrate 30 g
of which sugars 3,2 g*
Fibre 30 g
Protein 11 g
Salt 0,48 g*
*Contains only naturally occurring sugars & salt
coriander seeds*, paprika* 17%, cinnamon*, cumin* 15%, ginger* 8%, allspice*,
licorice*, seaweed*, cardamom*, nutmeg*, turmeric*, black pepper*.
or +/- 10 portions
How to use
This mix of spices gives a warm and spicy flavour to all your little one’s dishes. Use it to season your vegetable purées, roasted winter vegetables, soups, couscous, chickpeas, beans, hummus, falafel, stews, omelettes, etc. These spices have the ability to jazz up all kinds of food, including “boring vegetables”. Before serving, add a bit of our special olive oil or adapted vegetable oil to make your dish extra delicious and to give your little one the good fats he needs to grow up.
Tip: Vegetables are always so much tastier when roasted in the oven. Their natural sugars will be released, making them much yummier for kids.
Important: As spices infuse your recipes with flavour, they take away the need for (very addictive) salt and sugar that so many people (mis-)use to give flavour. A very good habit to teach your kids from the start. Spices are so easy to love… If, however, they are only used to eat bland food, the first contact with salt and/or sugar might be addictive.
Add the spice mixture during the preparation.
For babies, children & their parents.