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Best Mealtime/Feeding Range or Product: Little Freddie’s Vegetarian Meals

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Best Mealtime/Feeding Range or Product: Little Freddie

Little Freddie Vegetarian Meals (7m+)

At Little Freddie we’ve recognised today’s parents are looking for more vegetarian meals that are a source of plant-based protein , without compromising on taste.
We developed two new 7m+ meals: Slow-Cooked Haricot Bean & Sweet Potato Cassoulet and Creamy Butternut Squash Risotto with Mascarpone Cheese
nutritionally balanced plant-based recipes which are a natural source of high quality protein.

They’ve been developed alongside our paediatric nutritionist to ensure they are as nutritionally balanced as they are delicious, with the right fork-mashed texture to help your baby master their feeding skills. Each meal has the right energy levels to satisfy a growing baby (at least 65 kcal / 100g in line with breast milk).

Creamy Butternut Squash Risotto with Mascarpone Cheese
• We’ve reinvented this classic, heart-warming risotto. Quinoa, rice and red lentils come together to create a nutritionally superior risotto base whilst Italian mascarpone and mature cheddar add the perfect depth of flavour. The highly nutritious quinoa base gives this recipe a delicate flavour and a desirable texture perfect for palate progression. This delicious vegetarian recipe is gluten-free, high in fibre and a fantastic source of protein which is important for growth and bone development.

Slow-Cooked Haricot Bean & Sweet Potato Cassoulet
• Our plant-based cassoulet uses sophisticated ingredients, such as protein-rich white haricot beans, coconut cream and high-protein quinoa. Our highly nutritious quinoa is blended with white haricot beans and a splash of coconut cream to create an irresistible flavour and texture they’ll love. This delicious vegetarian recipe is dairy-free, high in fibre and a fantastic source of plant-based protein which is important for growth and bone development.

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