Feeding an infant is pretty straight forward. You either give them a boob or a bottle. That's it. Whether the bottle is filled with breastmilk or formula, having only two general options makes things simple. But when that baby is ready to eat solid food, well, life gets a little more complicated. And messy.
There's nothing wrong with buying baby food in jars at the store. And making baby food at home is an ideal situation for parents who have the time and desire. But if you want a little more control over the ingredients, prefer a fresher option than something that has been sitting on a shelf for months, and if DIY-ing just isn't your thing, joining a baby food delivery program could be the way to go. It's a little pricier, but the convenience and health benefits might be worth it.
Check out these baby food delivery services that bring fresh, organic food directly to your doorstep.
Choose a Little Spoon plan that best fits the nutritional needs of your baby, and of course, modify your selection whenever you need to change things up. The blends are packed full of quality organic ingredients, superfoods, and healthy fats.
Meals are delivered free of charge to your home every other week. You can skip a week or cancel at any time. Little Spoon ships up to two weeks worth of four oz. sized meals for your kiddo at $2.99 each meal for three meals a day if you buy in bulk, or up to $4.99 individually. Flavors and meals change on the regular to keep things interesting and age appropriate. Sign up here.
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Yumi offers over 50 flavor combinations to keep meal time exciting and delicious. For babies just getting started on solids, try the Basics plan. Each week, you'll receive six single-ingredient purées. For babies who are ready to a blend of flavors, try the Blends plan, which mixes different ingredients together.
Sign up for six blends for $50 a week, 10 blends for $65 per week, or 14 blends for $85 each week. Free delivery and no commitment. Find out more here.