My 10-month-old loves having her finger food snacks as she now has three little teeth that have popped through. So, I am excited that Serenity Kids is premiering today their newest line – Grain Free Puffs! As with their purees, there are no fillers or added sugars. Organic and whole food ingredients provide the best nutrients for toddlers and their growing bodies. Grass-fed bone broth is an added nutrition. Organic olive oil is a healthy fat for toddlers. Organic cassava root is a healthier option compared to the rice or wheat most baby puffs are made with.
Serenity Kids Grain Free Puffs come in three flavors: Tomato and Mushroom, Carrot and Beet, and Broccoli and Spinach. The puffs dissolve easily. so the toddler does not have to have teeth. However, the toddler should be able to sit unassisted. They should be practicing the pincer grasp and crawling. Finally, they need to be able to mash food with their mouth. The puffs are in little star shapes and are easy for the toddler to pick up.
My daughter loved Serenity Kids baby puffs and wanted more, more, more! I will admit, I even tried them, and the puffs are delicious. If they decide to make adult snacks, I am on board for a “Serenity Parents” line of puffs! I like that I don’t have to worry about heavy metals or “junk” in the foods from Serenity Kids because they do not include grains and sugars.
The puffs do not compromise flavor. I like that using real/natural food and flavors better prepares the baby for transitioning to whole foods. The family-founded Serenity Kids once again introduces a nutritious and tasty option for our growing kids to help them grow strong bodies and healthy eating habits. Check out the line of puffs and more at Serenity Kids.
Kim Alsumiri is a Senior Writer who focuses on baby products and travel. A proud California native, she has a deep understanding of the needs of families with young children. With over 10 years of experience in the writing industry, Kim has a passion for finding and sharing the best products and experiences for parents and their little ones. She has also developed a strong interest in social issues related to parenting and child-rearing. As a mother of three young children, Kim knows firsthand the joys and challenges of raising a family. Her personal experience and love for travel allow her to offer valuable insights to her readers on the best places to go and things to do with kids in tow.