Cheddar Cheese, Chickpea & Quinoa Smiles
Cheddar Cheese, Chickpea & Quinoa Smiles
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Cheddar Cheese, Chickpea & Quinoa Smiles

  • Source of Fibre
  • Vegetarian

Our Smiles are made with Shropshire quinoa, chickpeas, wholegrain rice and maize, so they are a complete source of fibre. These tasty multigrain smiles are flavoured naturally with Irish cheddar cheese to help encourage a love for savoury flavours. 

We didn’t just choose golden Shropshire quinoa because it is closer to home, it is nutritionally superior and really delivers on taste. It is a complete source of plant-based protein and contains more fibre than its South American counterpart. We are also the only baby food brand to use wheatgerm, another great source of plant-based protein. 

The shape and size of these delicious melt-in-your-mouth smiles make an ideal finger food to encourage self-feeding.  

We never add palm oil, sugar or salt. 

20% Organic Chickpea

19% Organic White Rice

18% Organic Maize

13% Organic Wholegrain Rice

13% Organic Cheddar Cheese (milk)

11% Organic Sunflower Oil with Rosemary Extract

5% Organic Quinoa

<0.1% Vitamin: Thiamin (B1)


Allergy Advice:

Contains: Gluten & Milk

May Contain: Soya

Typical values per 100g:

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"The shape and size of these tasty smiles encourages children to develop their finger and thumb movements, learning how to pick up different foods in order to self-feed. Encouraging a range of snack finger foods from fruit and vegetables to breadstick and rice cakes will give your child the eating skills for life" - Jo.

What makes this product special?

Multigrain Finger Foods
We pioneered the use of grains, pulses and beans in our finger foods to make snacks far more nutritious.

Source of Protein & Fibre
Fibre helps keep babies regular and is essential for good gut health. Protein helps keep babies fuller and happier for longer.

In this pack you'll find Shropshire quinoa

Our Shropshire quinoa is a complete source of plant-based protein, essential for growth and contains more fibre than its South American counterpart.