Munchkin Cakes: Hemp 'Yeah

Raising Kids is a full time (and often over time) job. Giving them the best start possible, is our mission and sometimes we just don't have enough time in the day to figure out all the food options for best eating.
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Raising Kids is a full time (and often over time) job. Giving them the best start possible, is our mission and sometimes we just don't have enough time in the day to figure out all the food options for best eating.

As our newborns become infants, we as parents move from a world of formula only into real food, often starting with purees and then moving to finger foods.

Our kids our curious. Curious about everything. Feeding their 'foodie' curiosity at every stage of development is important and finding ways to make it healthy is our ultimate mom and dad goal.

Our line of munchkin cake mixes are here to help take some of the foodie guesswork out of feeding our little munchkins as they explore new foods. They are a great option when starting on finger foods and they are meant to 'grow with them' as their food options grow

Our Hemp 'Yeah Munchkin Cake mix is made from a blend of organic rolled and steel cut oats and hemp hearts.  Nutritionally hemp seeds are a complete protein, which means they have all the essential amino acids that your baby's body needs to thrive. They are also a great source of critical essential nutrients : copper, fiber, selenium, vitamins A, B6 and zinc. Oats are gentle on their tummies and packed with fiber, magnesium, iron and zinc.

Stage One: Just add Mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, A scoop of greek yogurt and water. Bake! Bakes up as a gummy easy to learn to chew texture for your Little One (average is 4 to 6 months)

Stage Two: When your little one can eat egg yolks - just add mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, egg yolk and water. Bakes up as a less gummy texture for your Little One (average is 6 months)

Stage Three: When your little one can eat whole eggs and unrefined sugar - just add mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, egg and maple syrup. Bakes up as a crummier texture (close to adult cake textures) with a little unrefined sweetness of maple syrup. (average is one year)

*moms and dads, please consult with your physician or pediatrician on when to start your baby on solids and progress them through the stages of eating. Every baby and infant is different and may progress through feeding stages at different ages*

Makes enough for one 8x8 or 9x9 pan-ful. Cut into tiny pieces, stage 1 it makes 40 to 60 small pieces. we recommend freezing pieces in freezer ready bags. thaws well.

Raising Kids is a full time (and often over time) job. Giving them the best start possible, is our mission and sometimes we just don't have enough time in the day to figure out all the food options for best eating.

As our newborns become infants, we as parents move from a world of formula only into real food, often starting with purees and then moving to finger foods.

Our kids our curious. Curious about everything. Feeding their 'foodie' curiosity at every stage of development is important and finding ways to make it healthy is our ultimate mom and dad goal.

Our line of munchkin cake mixes are here to help take some of the foodie guesswork out of feeding our little munchkins as they explore new foods. They are a great option when starting on finger foods and they are meant to 'grow with them' as their food options grow

Our Hemp 'Yeah Munchkin Cake mix is made from a blend of organic rolled and steel cut oats and hemp hearts.  Nutritionally hemp seeds are a complete protein, which means they have all the essential amino acids that your baby's body needs to thrive. They are also a great source of critical essential nutrients : copper, fiber, selenium, vitamins A, B6 and zinc. Oats are gentle on their tummies and packed with fiber, magnesium, iron and zinc.

Stage One: Just add Mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, A scoop of greek yogurt and water. Bake! Bakes up as a gummy easy to learn to chew texture for your Little One (average is 4 to 6 months)

Stage Two: When your little one can eat egg yolks - just add mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, egg yolk and water. Bakes up as a less gummy texture for your Little One (average is 6 months)

Stage Three: When your little one can eat whole eggs and unrefined sugar - just add mashed or puree fruit or vegetables, egg and maple syrup. Bakes up as a crummier texture (close to adult cake textures) with a little unrefined sweetness of maple syrup. (average is one year)

*moms and dads, please consult with your physician or pediatrician on when to start your baby on solids and progress them through the stages of eating. Every baby and infant is different and may progress through feeding stages at different ages*

Makes enough for one 8x8 or 9x9 pan-ful. Cut into tiny pieces, stage 1 it makes 40 to 60 small pieces. we recommend freezing pieces in freezer ready bags. thaws well.

Jenns tips and tricks
 
Munchkin cakes : hemp yeah!
 
I created this product.
 
(Although you might think I create them all, I don't. We have 3 people responsible for product development).
 
I made this product because I'm borderline obsessed with Jaxsons nutrition, eating and introduction to foods. He is 5 months old and has progressed in eating pretty quickly. In fact he eats an entire banana (fork mashed) before he goes to sleep. I wonder where he puts it all 🤣
 
You see him here today on his first solo eating adventure.
The below is stage one. I used a half cup Greek yogurt, 3 mashed bananas and a quarter cup of water to bake it into a gummier texture to help teach him more about chewing and swallowing without worrying about choking.
 
1. I cut into small cubes sjd froze a few each in zip top bags
 
2. I cut them into small bite sized pieces and let him pick up the pieces and try to shove them in his mouth
 
I'm not going to go over the nutrition wins because those are highlighted in the product but here are a few more tips
 
- this helps with eye hand motor skills and coordination
- it helps to build food texture beyond just the mashed type and helps the baby get used to more texture
- it gets the baby involved in doing it themselves and they get pretty excited when they score the food in their mouth
 
*** note - every parent should check with pediatrician when solids like this are appropriate for their LO. Every child is different and it's a good idea to check w. Your individual peds***
 

Stage One: 4 to 9 months

You Will Need: 2 to 3 medium bananas, mashed or other puree of fruit and veggies (about 2 cups), 2/3 cup greek yogurt and ½ to 2/3 cup water.

Empty contents of pouch into a large bowl along with all your wet ingredients. Blend together until fully incorporated. This stage is a gummy cake so that the baby can chew and gum the little piece of cake in their mouth. 

Preheat oven to 350F. Parchment line an 8x8 or 9x9 pan and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.  Test with a toothpick. This cake WILL be moist and there WILL be crumbs coming off onto your toothpick (you want this gummy). Remove from oven and let cool completely. Cut into small squares (appropriate for your child’s feeding stage). Freeze squares in small zip top bags or other containers.

Stage 2: 6 to 12 months

You will need: 2 medium bananas, mashed or other puree of fruit and veggies (about 1 ½ cups), 1/3 cup Greek yogurt, 2 egg yolks (NOT the white) and ½ to 2/3 cup water.

**babies, until 1 year, should NOT eat egg whites. ONLY use the egg yolk.

Follow the same prep and baking directions. This cake will bake up LESS gummy but still super soft to help your baby continue to learn how to chew and swallow.

Stage 3: 12 months+

You will need: 2 medium bananas, mashed or other puree of fruit and veggies (about 1 cups), 1/3 cup Greek yogurt, 2 eggs (NOT the white) and ½ to 2/3 cup water

Follow the same prep and baking directions. This cake will bake up LESS gummy but still super soft to help your baby continue to learn how to chew and swallow.  If you want a more cake like texture, then reduce the water slightly.

*moms and dads, please consult with your physician or pediatrician on when to start your baby on solids and progress them through the stages of eating. Every baby and infant is different and may progress through feeding stages at different ages*

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