Tomato, Paprika, Chickpea & Quinoa Smiles

Tomato, Paprika, 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 organic sweetcorn, tomatoes and a pinch of paprika 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. 

Pack of 4.

20% Organic Chickpea

19% Organic White Rice

18% Organic Maize

13% Organic Wholegrain Rice

11% Organic Sunflower Oil with Rosemary Extract

7% Organic Sweetcorn

5% Organic Tomato

5% Organic Quinoa

<1% Organic Onions

<1% Organic Coriander

<1% Organic Paprika

<0.1% Vitamin: Thiamin (B1)


Allergy Advice:

May Contain: Soya & Milk

Typical values per 100g:

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"The shape and size of these tasty puffs 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 Fibre & Protein
Fibre helps keep babies regular and protein keeps 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.