Meal Plan 4: Established Eater 2.0

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R 1,550

Stage 2, 12-day Cycle Menu : Established eater 2.0

Now your little one has mastered solids and shows interest in more textured foods. 

This meal plan consists of Stage 2 (8 months+); grains-, vegetable and protein- and vegetable and fat combinations that come in 120g portions, as by this time most babies are keen eaters and would just want more of the goodness served.  We made some suggestions for add-ons to explore with meal times and keep the busy baby interested – instead of toys, give a food to play, feel and taste with the meal you are feeding.  This is also a good time to give a spoon to your little one and see how they manage by themselves (yes, it is messy!).  Please note, these are suggestions and you should do what you and your baby are comfortable with and ready for.   

A total of 36 meals included + free Ropted Natural Cooler bag*

12-day Cycle menu with three meals per day 

*terms and conditions apply. 

This meal plan includes a wide variety of foods and flavours that include the following:

Vegetables: butternut, carrot, sweet potato, parsnip, beetroot, spinach, pea, cauliflower, broccoli, turnip, cabbage, celery, babymarrow, sweetcorn, onion, red pepper

Fruits: pineapple, apple, pear, blueberry, banana, strawberry, orange

Legumes: Chickpeas, lentil, beans, chickpea pasta

Proteins:  grass-fed beef mince, free-range chicken, sustainably sourced fish and lamb. 

Grains: Rice, oats, millet, quinoa, barley, risotto

Fats, nuts & seeds: olive oil, almond, avocado, coconut milk, sesame oil, pumpkin seeds

Herbs & Spices: ginger, basil, mint, mild curry, cumin, fennel, cinnamon, coriander, thyme, rosemary, lemongrass, chives, garlic, parsley

Allergens: dairy - yoghurt, fish, pumpkin seeds

You can exchange meals- you want to feed the protein-meal at a time of the day your baby is happiest and less fussy.    If you have left-over foodies, please read our storage and serving suggestions. 

If you followed our previous meal plans or have introduced our combination meals, your baby should have had exposure to allergens and you should be aware of his/her tolerance and or reaction, if any.  If you have not given any allergens, it’s not too late - exposures to allergens have been found to decrease allergies and sensitivity to foods.  For first introduction, it is best to give allergens early in the day to monitor your baby’s reaction and tolerance. 

VERY IMPORTANT:  Please consult with your medical professional if there are any known allergies, symptoms or concerns before or when introducing a specific allergen.  

Please follow our preparation and storage instructions carefully.


Preparation instructions: 

Defrost in the fridge overnight or 8 to 12 hours.  

When ready, cut open the sleeve above the re-sealable zip.   

Heat up-right in a bowl of boiled water or decant and heat to desired temperature. 

Do not let the contents boil.  Always check the food temperature before feeding your baby.  

Storage instructions: 

Keep frozen. 

Refrigerate once defrosted and opened. Consume within 2 days.

Do not re-freeze or re-heat. 

Please contact us at if you have any questions/ requests.

The food is produced in a kitchen where exposure to allergens such as fish, wheat, cow’s milk and nuts/seeds may occur.

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