Teach your little ones to love these yummy veggie spreads from the start.
Perfect to teach your little one to love adult flavours!
Chica’s grandmother is making this spread since she was a little one. The cumin & rosemary are perfect for the palate development of her little friends and the chickpeas are so nutritious and tasty! It is a perfect healthy & savoury option for your little one’s favourite breakfast toast or lunchbox. You can serve it with roasted vegetables, greens, avocado, shredded carrots, cucumber, …
This spread will teach your little foodies to enjoy a version of the flavours you enjoy and love. 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
- Safe time in home-cooking
- Jazz up recipes
- Ideal for Palate development
- Promote adventurous eating
- Mummy made- Baby approved
- Approved by our paediatric dietician
- With spices & herbs
Average nutritional value per 100 g:
Energy 975 kJ/ 233 kcal
Fat 10,1 g
of which saturated 1,55 g
Carbohydrate 25 g
of which sugars 2,28 g*
Fibre 5,17 g
Protein 8,0 g
Salt 0,01 g*
*Contains only naturally occurring sugars & salt
How to use
Chica’s grandmother makes this spread since she was a little one. The cumin & rosemary are perfect for the palate development of her little friends and the chickpeas are so nutritious and tasty! It is a perfect healthy & savoury option for little one’s favorite breakfast toast or lunchbox. You can serve it on a toast, sandwich or in a wrap with roasted vegetables, greens, avocado, shredded carrots, cucumber, … in a quinoa or couscous salad…
When there’s a party at home and your little ones are so excited to take an aperitif with you: the dip can be served with our mini grissini, with some vegetable sticks, crackers… and will give an instant smile on their faces.
Tip: The veggie dip will help your little ones accept new foods easier. It can play the same role as ketchup, if your little one learns to love it from the start. Whatever new food will be more welcome if it comes with something they already love.
Important: Kid’s food / menu’s (sweet, salty, undemanding to chew & swallow & heavily processed) started off as something separate from normal food, now it is close to being the new normal food for all age groups. So, don’t give up the struggle, serve adult flavours & ingredients from the start, even if it means that some will go directly from tray to trash
For babies, children & their parents.