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Making the transition from baby food to table food for babies is a long slow process. You start with baby food then teach them how to chew normally you start with things like Gerber baby puffs, but now Gerber has a new next step. Gerber Lil Bits 3rd foods.
Gerber has 10 recipes in their Lil Bits 3rd Foods. Lil' Bits recipes come in 7 fruits and 3 veggies. Fruits are: Apple Blueberry, Orchard Fruit Medley, Apple Banana, Banana Apple Strawberry, Pear Apple Berry, Island Fruit Blend and Banana Apple Mango. Veggies are: Mixed Carrots, Corn & Butternut Squash, Butternut Squash & Potato, Sweet Potato Apple Carrots & Cinnamon. They have soft chunks perfect teaching your little ones how to mash up food. These foods are a great way to make the transition easy and fun!
Gerber Purees Third Foods – Lil' Bits is the only product within the category to provide the following:
Lil' Bits recipes help with learning to chew and mash
Inside each little tub of Lil' Bits recipes are soft, mash-able pieces
Lil' Bits recipes help your little one explore new tastes & textures
Lil' Bits recipes are made with the help of developmental experts
Lil' Bits recipes help your little one transition to table foods
Watch how many times your little one mashes each Lil' Bits spoonful
Only Gerber works with the best farmers, the best cooks, and tests with 2,000 babies, whose little faces tell us that it is delicious as it is nutritious!
I love these are re-sealable and that makes it so easy to take on the go! Perfect for when I have to run out or when we want o go to the museum and wont be back for lunch! My daughter loves it! The look she is giving me totally says ‘why are stopping to take a picture JUST FEED ME!'
Gerber 3rd Foods Lil Bits Recipes help babies learn to chew and ease the transition to table food.
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