Mom Life Must Haves is a small business, and supporting other small businesses is something very important to us. I’m thrilled to announce a new series on our blog that will highlight brands we love. The brands featured in this series are ones we have worked with, tested, or know very personally and feel confident in not just simply recommending them, but urging you to try them for yourselves.
This week, I am so excited to introduce you to Amara Baby Foods.
Amara was introduced to me through a mutual friend, and once I discovered their mission and what they were all about I instantly wished the introduction had happened years prior. As many of you may (or may not) know, I have three boys ages 10, 8 and 2. The differences between the products available when my 10 year old was a new baby to today are staggering at the very least. One thing that is and always has been important to me as a mom is to offer my kids the best nutrition possible, and that’s why I wish I had Amara Baby Food back when I was a brand new mom over 10 years ago.
Amara Baby Foods are just that – food – and that’s it! There are no preservatives, no highly processed ingredients, no additives or added sugars, simply organic fruits and vegetables. The folks at Amara use special technique for preserving these organic ingredients and while maintaining their key nutrients (read more about that here).
While the baby food phase has come and gone in our house, I was so excited to be able to recommend this brand to friends, family and readers here that I had to put it to the test!
Here are a few snaps of Amara in action…
The packets are durable, yet easy to tear open. Inside you’ll find the dried baby food which needs only a few tablespoons of water, breastmilk or formula and it’s ready to go. It’s simple to use, and even the two year old was curious what I was mixing up!
Amara Baby Foods come in a variety of blends which you can find here.
Have you tried Amara Baby Foods? If so, share your experience! If not, which flavor are you looking forward to trying out first? We’d love to hear in the comments below!