When I became pregnant with my first child I really started looking closer into the products we were using for our family. When it was time to start feeding him solids, it was no different. I wanted to make sure I was feeding him the most natural foods possible including his snacks. Now that little Miss B is here, I want the best for her as well. That is why I was excited to be able to review one of our favorite baby snacks, Baby Mum-Mum Rice Biscuits.
Baby Mum-Mum’s are teething biscuits made with premium Japonica rice and other simple, all natural ingredients. They take pride in the fact that they are gluten-free, egg-free and peanut-free, and without any artificial additives and preservatives. I love the fact that they are the perfect size and easy for little hands to hold and dissolve quickly in your babies mouth. Little Miss B loves them and so did her brother when he was little.
Mum-Mums are individually packaged in sets of two making them super easy to take on the go. I pop a couple in my purse or diaper bag before we head out so that I know she can have a healthy snack no matter where we are. I like to put them in a small plastic case, like my sunglasses case, so they do not get broken at the bottom of my bag and are the perfect size for her to eat. We even took them on our recent trip to Disneyland as a perfect on the go snack.
Reasons we love Mum-Mums:
- Great Taste, No Mess
- Dissolves Easily
- No Artificial Colors or Flavors
- No Preservatives
- Gluten, Egg & Peanut Free
- Each Serving Individually Wrapped For Convenience
There are 6 flavors to choose from: Original, Original Organic, Banana, Vegetable, Carrot, and Apple. Our favorite is the Original Organic! Once Miss B is a toddler, she can move onto their Toddler Mum-Mums, and then their Mum-Mum Snax for school aged kids.
Baby Mum Mums can be purchase on Amazon, at your local grocery store, Babies R Us and more!
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