Great Breakfasts for Little Ones from Plum Organics

 

Plum Organics Hello Morning  | The Mama Maven Blog | @themamamaven

When you have a little one, breakfasts can be difficult. Plum Organics Hello Morning | The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

So, as a great way to kick off your child’s day, we recommend Plum Organics’ Hello Morning. Made from oats,quinoa, chia and real fruit, we think that this will be a hit.

Plum Organics Hello Morning | The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

Literally just add water and stir a little. You can add more fruit or yogurt.

Plum Organics Hello Morning | The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

Since I don’t have babies anymore, I served it to my kids, ages 4, 7, and 9. For a larger portion size I used two packages at once. I felt better about serving this — since it was healthier than most instant hot cereals on the market AND organic. And the taste?

Plum Organics Hello Morning Breakfast | The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

My daughter’s smile tells all.

Plum Organics Hello Morning | The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

There’s also an Apple Cinnamon Flavor.

Plum Organics Hello Morning Breakfast |The Mama Maven Blog @themamamaven

Features of Hello Morning Organic Whole Grain and Fruit Breakfast:

  • Unsweetened and no artificial ingredients
  • 11g of whole grains
  • Prep is easy as 1-2-3! Add a little hot water, stir, and serve!
  • Certified organic
  • No genetically modified ingredients
  • BPA-free packaging
  • 100% recycled cardboard carton

The Blueberry Banana and Quinoa Oatmeal contains: Organic baby oats, organic banana, organic quinoa cereal, organic blueberries, ground chia seed, and organic nutmeg.

The Apple Cinnamon and Quinoa Oatmeal contains: Organic baby oats, organic apple powder (organic apples, organic rice flour), organic quinoa cereal, organic apples, ground chia seed, and organic cinnamon.

Each box retails for $4.99. If you’d like to see this available on Jetsetbabies.com, we can order it for you!

Thank you to Plum Organics for supplying samples. This post originally aired on our sister site, TheMamaMaven.com.