Starting Solids Plan - 39 Days 24 Purees, 3 Serves of Each
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Suitable from 6 months, but not before 4
Our 39 day starting solids plan is designed to take the stress out of starting solids.
Composed of a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and legumes, the small pre-packaged pureed portions are the perfect size and remove the hassle from feeding your baby.
Our unique comprehensive guide, outlines the entire 39 days and guides you through each day, advising what to feed next as well as an allergy checklist.
All you need is a spoon and a bib!
- 72 x 30g portions (24 single-ingredient portions x 3 servings each) of frozen puréed low allergen fruit, vegetables and legumes
- Comprehensive 39 day guide
- Cooler bag & ice packs to keep the food cold
- Downloadable guide on how to guide you through the process of starting solids
- Allergy checklist
- BPA free packaging
Our products are 100% Australian produce, made in Sydney
100% Australian Vegetables, Fruits and Legumes
Pack 1: Pumpkin, Zucchini, Carrot, Swede
Pack 2: Green Beans, Pear, Sweet Potato, Celeriac
Pack 3: Parsnip, Apple, Broccoli, Cauliflower
Pack 4: Pea, Corn, Papaya, Brussel Sprouts
Pack 5: Spinach, Turnip, Beetroot, Kidney Beans
Pack 6: Dragon Fruit, White Bean, Potato, Eggplant
Little Bitesize products contain no additives, preservatives, flavours, thickeners or fillers and uses the most natural form of preservation without the need for harmful heat treatment.
Apples contain lots of fibre! The variety of soluble and insoluble fibre in apples helps maintain bowel regularity.
Beetroot is abundant in fibre and antioxidants, which makes beetroot a nutritional powerhouse.
Broccoli is abundant in vitamin C and beta-carotene, which helps strengthen the immune system and develop eyesight. Eat broccoli with beans, legumes or grains to boost iron absorption!
Brussel Sprouts are a great source of Vitamin K, which help our blot clot- a totally necessary function. It’s also rich in folate, a B-vitamin which helps DNA production, helping your baby make their own unique DNA.
Carrot is an excellent source of beta-carotene, carrots help aid eyesight and promote a strong immune system.
Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B6. It is also abundant in fibre which aids digestion.
Celeriac is the root of celery stalks, a starchy (but relatively low in carbohydrate) root with a super low glycaemic index- which is gentle on blood sugar levels.
Corn contains an abundance of lutein and zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote healthy vision.
Dragon Fruit contains antioxidants, which are the body’s best defence against damage to the nervous system. It also contains prebiotic fibre, helping the gut maintain a healthy ecosystem
Eggplant is a nightshade vegetable, rich in folate. Folate is a B group vitamin necessary for creating new DNA and genetic material.
Green Beans are high in Vitamin A, which helps maintain vision and a healthy immune system.
Kidney Beans are an excellent source of iron, which is essential when introducing solids. They are also high in fibre, which helps aid digestion and blood sugar control.
Papaya is rich in fibre, Vitamin C and antioxidants, which aids digestion.
Parsnip is high in fibre which helps maintain bowel regularity.
Peas are packed with Vitamin K which helps build healthy bones and contain a substantial amount of protein.
Pear is high in fibre and vitamin C, pears are gentle on the stomach and help alleviate constipation.
Potatoes are a great source of potassium, which help to regulate your heartbeat. The potatoes in this meal are Carisma potatoes- a low glycaemic index variety, to ensure gentle release of blood sugars on your cells.
Pumpkin contains the antioxidant beta-carotene as well as immunity boosting Vitamin C.
Spinach contains antioxidants which help protect against free radicals (i.e. keeps the cells as healthy as possible), while Vitamin A is shown to help vision and keep the immune system healthy.
Swedes have a wealth of important minerals including zinc, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorus, all of which play key roles in the creation and maintenance of bone tissue.
Sweet Potatoes are chock full of potassium, vitamin C and fibre. They also contain beta-carotene which plays a role in eye health.
Turnips are a nutritional powerhouse, an excellent source of vitamins K, A, and C, as well as a good source of magnesium, potassium and dietary fibre.
White Beans are rich in iron, which is essential when introducing solids. They are also rich in copper, which aids in digesting the iron, as well as in energy production,
Zucchini is a rich source of Vitamin A and C which helps build healthy immunity.
Ordering your plan
1. Orders are only delivered on Thursdays and orders must be received by Tuesday noon for that week’s deliveries.
2. Once you have made your order we'll send you a confirmation email. Please ensure delivery address and any special requirements are correct.
3. Please provide a delivery address where you will be present during our hours of delivery or ensure that someone will be there to receive it on your behalf.
1. Local deliveries are delivered between 10am & 3pm every Thursday.
2. If you are not present at the delivery location, please leave clear instructions, such as a door code for a locked apartment building.
Unfortunately during this time we cannot ship outside of the listed suburbs of Sydney. Alternatively you can pick up from Eastgardens for no charge.
1. Pick Up are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10am & 3pm.
2. Address will be sent to you after order.
Any concerns, please email us at email@example.com and we will try find a solution for you.
When is my baby ready to begin solids?
The current Infant Feeding Guidelines by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NH&MRC) recommend commencing solids at around 6 months but not before 4 months.
Helpful hints to know if they are ready
a. Has good head and neck control
b. Can sit upright when supported
c. Shows an interest in food, a great example is that your baby is interested in what you are eating and tries to grab at the food
d. Has lost the 'tongue thrust reflex' and can keep solid food in mouth and swallow it (not push it out with the tongue)
Do not delay introduction to solids beyond six months as this can be harmful for future development. It is best to speak with a medical practitioner or Accredited Practising Dietitian to see if you bub is ready to start.
What is the difference between 39 days to Starting Solids Plan and Baby's First Bites?
We know that each families have different needs and that's why we have crafted two different starting solids products. 39 days to Starting Solids Plan is a comprehensive approach with all you need to start solids all you need is a bowl, spoon and bib. If you are just looking for food to simplify your day then Baby's First Bites Packs are for you.