Introducing Crunchy Puffs: Our Newest Savory Baby Snack

November 10, 2021 3 min read

We know what it’s like to introduce new savory foods to your little one. Maybe their face bunches up, refusing to take another bite. Or they spit out that hard-earned spoonful. With the naturally sweet taste of breastmilk, it’s no wonder that your baby may be more inclined to enjoy sweet flavors, like bananas and sweet potatoes, when trying their first foods. But as babies’ taste buds mature, it is essential to help them branch out and explore other foods and flavors. 

Savory foods are packed with nutrients your little one will need to grow healthy and strong. That’s why at SpoonfulONE, we make feeding a diverse set of foods every day a simple and easy task. With our new Crunchy Puffs, your little one will be exposed to three yummy savory flavors that are a healthy on-the-go snack and supports the daily feeding of the 16 foods commonly associated with food allergies. 

When Can My Baby Start Crunchy Puffs?

Typically, we recommend starting Crunchy Puffs around 9+ months once your little one is confident with their pincer grasp to self-feed. However, feel free to experiment within this range based on your baby’s feeding preferences. Not sure if your baby is ready for Crunchy Puffs? Try our SpoonfulONE Puffs, which are the perfect introductory snack for new eaters at 6 months or older. 

What Is In SpoonfulONE Crunchy Puffs?

Every SpoonfulONE product has a purpose: to help train your baby's growing tummy and immune system to see food allergens as food and not dangerous. Created by one of the world’s leading pediatric allergists and immunologists, the serving size of proteins found in every pack of SpoonfulONE is based on proprietary science and clinical research. Our founder, Dr. Kari Nadeau, discovered 30mg of every food protein was the right amount for safely training babies' tummy.

With every bite, your little one will be exposed to a “spoonful” of 16 foods — small, precise amounts of peanuts, milk, shellfish (shrimp), tree nuts (almond, cashew, hazelnut, pecan, pistachio, and walnut), egg, fish (cod and salmon), grains (wheat and oat), soy, and sesame.

Introduce Savory Foods With Our Delicious Crunchy Puff Flavors

SpoonfulONE Crunchy Puffs come in three savory flavors, and are made with ingredients that are certified organic, simple, and without any preservatives or artificial flavors. 

Plus, the organic seasonings of each product mask the 16 food allergens, so your little one will never know they are eating small amounts of shrimp, soy, and fish. There’s no simpler way to help train your baby’s tummy immunity than with our delicious baby snacks.

Experiment with different Crunchy Puffs to find your LO’s favorite flavors!

See a full list of ingredients for each product here

Maintain Food Allergen Introduction With SpoonfulONE

When it comes to introducing allergens into your baby’s diet, once or twice is not enough. 

According to the newest USDA Guidelines, diet diversity is essential for babies and is a key early habit in lifelong, healthy eating. Every day, new complementary foods and common food allergens should be introduced to help reduce the risk of your baby developing a food allergy later in life.

Once your child starts trying solids around 4-6 months, diet diversity and food allergens should continue to be a part of your baby’s diet as they grow, and Crunchy Puffs makes that task easy! 

Supporting consistent daily use, SpoonfulONE baby snacks are the only food allergen introduction product designed to grow with your child. The perfect complement to your child’s favorite foods, all you need is one packet, once daily, for one year!

From breastfeeding to year one and beyond, make SpoonfulONE a daily part of your little one’s diet.

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