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  1. Abe’s Alien Fish Cakes

    Abe’s Alien Fish Cakes

    R32.50

    Abe the alien’s fishcakes are green and great for space travel. The green comes from the broccoli he adds to his fishcakes. He adds a bit of coriander and lemon for flavour and he is A for away to new planets and universes. Abe’s fish cakes are a great healthy alternative to store bought, frozen fish fingers. They are perfectly sized for little hands and fingers to handle.

    **Serving suggestion: for a balanced meal** add 1½ slices of whole wheat bread or a small baked sweet potato, and some extra vegetables like carrots, broccoli or peas.

    **Portion size: a healthy portion size is 5 fishcakes plus the added calories from vegetables and other healthy carbohydrates, for a total of approximately 220 for the meal. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on our information page for more.

    Weight: 145g

    Ingredients: hake, potato, onion, broccoli, coriander, lemon, free range egg, panko, canola oil

    Allergens: gluten, fish

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 3 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 30 seconds or in 180 degree oven for 5 minutes. Let fishcakes cool before serving.
    Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

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    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.


    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day.

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  2. Herbert's Red Quinoa Stirfry

    Herbert's Red Quinoa Stirfry

    R31.50

    Herbert the hermit crab has created a vegetarian option of his infamous stir-fry. Keeping with the colourful theme, Herbert makes his stir-fry with healthy red quinoa, easy to digest and gluten free. The butternut and carrots give it a nice orange colour, just like his shell. He adds some pineapple for some sweetness and vitamin C.

    Ingredients: red quinoa, butternut, carrot, pineapple, onion, vegetable stock, olive oil

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

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  3. Rocky's Pork & Cabbage Stew

    Rocky's Pork & Cabbage Stew

    R38.50

    Rocky the Robot loves his cabbage and pork stew. He uses free range pork slow roasted with veggies and some very aromatic spices for a yummy tasting stew. Rocky serves his stew with a sweet potato and split pea mash.  His dog Stimpy and him love to enjoy a good stew before a night in the city.

    Weight: 210g

    Ingredients: free range pork, cabbage, carrot, onion, sweet potato, split pea, free range chicken stock, cumin, coriander, garum massala, black pepper, fenugreek, mustard seeds

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

     

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  4. Coco's Macadamia Butter Balls

    Coco's Macadamia Butter Balls

    R34.50

    Coco the cat has a sweet tooth… he has created his macadamia butter balls as an alternative to his peanut butter balls with his bowl of milk. The flaxseed Coco adds to his recipe is a good source of omega-3 (alpha linolenic acid), and he uses macadamia butter as an alternative to peanut butter for those kids with peanut allergies and sweetens with honey - no added salt or sugar.

     **Serving suggestion: these macadamia butter balls are great as a healthy snack in between or after meals. They are a perfect addition to lunchboxes. They are perfectly sized for little hands and mouths. A favourite with kids and adults! For a balanced meal** add about 10g biltong and ½ a small apple.

     **Portion size: a healthy portion size is 5 peanut balls.

     Ingredients: rolled oats, dates, macadamia butter, flaxseed, honey, organic desiccated coconut

     Allergens:  gluten

     Net weight: 145g (approximately 15 balls)

     Price: R34.50

     Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use by best before date.

     Preparation:  if frozen, defrost completely in fridge.  Enjoy cold.

     

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  5. Muffy's Apple & Carrot Muffins

    Muffy's Apple & Carrot Muffins

    R26.50

    Muffy the manatee has created another healthy option for muffins. This time she has added apples and carrots to create a delicious healthy snack. Instead of butter, she uses greek yoghurt (rBST free). Instead of sugar, she uses honey, a natural sweetener. And with the addition of apples and carrots, your little eaters don’t even know they are eating vegetables as part of a yummy snack.  

     **Serving suggestion: these muffins are great as a healthy snack in between or after meals. They are a perfect addition to lunchboxes. They are perfectly sized for little hands and mouths. Toast them and spread with organic butter for a more balanced meal**. And the ‘cupcake’ likeness doesn’t hurt….

    ** Portion size: a healthy portion size is 4 cupcakes.

    Ingredients:whole wheat flour, rolled oats, organic desiccated coconut, apple, carrot, organic egg, honey, coconut oil, greek yoghurt, vanilla, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger

    Allergens: gluten

    Net weight: 130g (approximately 6 mini muffins)

    Price: R26.50

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use before within 2 days or freeze and use by best before date. Freezeable for up to 2 months.

    Preparation:  if frozen, defrost completely.  Enjoy cold. 

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  6. Jemima’s Lentil Cottage Pie

    Jemima’s Lentil Cottage Pie

    R24.50

    Jemima the jellyfish makes her vegetarian cottage pie with pink lentils (masoor dal) and sweet potatoes. With added corn, green beans and carrots it comes with a healthy dose of vegetables for her baby jellyfish and it is gluten free.

    **Portion size: this meal is high in carbohydrates and well balanced for protein. Its low in fat, so make sure your child gets the necessary healthy fats  from other snacks or meals. This meal is a healthy portion size for an average 7 year old. A younger child should be able to eat a whole portion if it is one of the main meals of the day. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on our information page for more.

    Weight: 300g

    Ingredients: lentils, green bean, corn, carrot, onion, tomato, sweet potato, olive oil

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.

    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day. 

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  7. Herbert’s Chicken Stir-fry with Basmati

    Herbert’s Chicken Stir-fry with Basmati

    R32.50

    Herbert the hermit crab likes to make his chicken stir-fry colourful. The butternut and carrots give it a nice orange colour, just like his shell. He adds some pineapple for some sweetness and vitamin C, and serves it with basmati rice in this gluten free variation.

    **Portion size: this meal is high in protein and low in fat with just the right amount of carbohydrates. This meal is a healthy portion size for an average 4 year old. For older children add a few slices of cheese or a slice of whole wheat bread if necessary. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on our information page for more.

    Weight: 190g

    Ingredients: free range chicken, butternut, carrot, pineapple, onion, free range chicken stock, brown basmati rice

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.

    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day. 

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  8. Benji’s Lamb Stew with Basmati Rice

    Benji’s Lamb Stew with Basmati Rice

    R39.50

    Benji the dog makes a delicious lamb stew. The natural flavours of the free range lamb slow roasted in the oven with huge amounts of vegetables and few sprigs of rosemary make this a mouth-watering meal. Benji serves his stew with brown basmati rice in this gluten-free meal.

    **Portion size: this meal is high in protein, and low in fat and carbohydrates. This meal is a healthy portion size for an average 6 year old. A younger child should be able to eat a whole portion if it is one of the main meals of the day. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on out information page for more.

    Weight: 225g

    Ingredients: free range lamb, tomato, carrot, onion, green bean, rosemary, brown basmati rice

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.

    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day. 

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  9. Herbert’s Chicken Stir-fry with Barley

    Herbert’s Chicken Stir-fry with Barley

    R32.50

    Herbert the hermit crab likes to make his chicken stir-fry colourful. The butternut and carrots give it a nice orange colour, just like his shell. He adds some pineapple for some sweetness and vitamin C, and serves it with pearl barley.

    **Portion size: this meal is high in protein and low in fat with just the right amount of carbohydrates. This meal is a healthy portion size for an average 4 year old. For older children add a few slices of cheese or a slice of whole wheat bread if necessary. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on our information page for more.

    Weight: 190g

    Ingredients: free range chicken, butternut, carrot, pineapple, onion, free range chicken stock, pearl barley

    Allergens: gluten

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.

    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day. 

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  10. Jemima’s Ostrich Cottage Pie

    Jemima’s Ostrich Cottage Pie

    R34.50

    Jemima the jellyfish makes her cottage pie with free range ostrich and sweet potatoes. With added corn, green beans and carrots it comes with a healthy dose of vegetables for her baby jellyfish and it’s gluten free.

    **Portion size: this meal is high in protein, and low in fat and carbohydrates. This meal is a healthy portion size for an average 7 year old. A younger child should be able to eat the whole portion if it is one of the main meals of the day. Portion sizes depend on your child’s age and weight, see our average daily calories chart by age on our information page  for more.

    Weight: 220g

    Ingredients: free range ostrich, green bean, corn, carrot, onion, tomato, sweet potato, olive oil

    Storage instructions: keep refrigerated and use within 2 days or freeze and use before best before date.

    Preparation: if frozen, defrost completely. Decant into heat resistant container and reheat in microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds or on stovetop until heated throughout. Let meal cool before serving. Note: microwave ovens vary. These heating instructions are based on an 800-1000 watt oven.

    * These approximations were made by a nutritionist using nutrition analysis software.

    ** Balanced meal and serving suggestions are based on a 3 year old weighing 15kgs, and portion sizes are calculated at 6 even-caloric meals per day. 

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