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Made with an alternative grain (oats) and plant-based pea protein
Nature’s One values its commitment to purity and organic is a central factor in the selection of our ingredients! Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein is made with five simple ingredients: organic oat flour, organic pea protein, organic sunflower oil, organic sunflower lecithin, and natural mixed tocopherols. It does not contain milk, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish, shellfish, sesame, soy, or corn protein*.
Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein is an organic baby oatmeal cereal that naturally contains the essential minerals iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper, and the essential nutrient choline and is an excellent source of energy, carbohydrates, protein, and minerals, which support good nutrition and health.
*Peas are in the same legume “family” as peanuts. Though it is rare, some children with a peanut allergy may experience a cross-reactivity to peas. If your child has a peanut allergy, please check with your child’s healthcare provider about the use of Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein.
Contains no artificial ingredients or synthetic chemicals!
Nature’s One strives to make organic “better” by only sourcing the highest quality organic ingredients offering the purest nutritional products. We regularly test our products for contaminants like heavy metals and pesticides as part of our Pure 10 Pledge. Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein is made WITHOUT the use of artificial ingredients or flavors, so you can be sure your baby is getting the best organic baby cereal without unnecessary additives.
A wholesome baby cereal that's easy to mix! A great first food!
Simply mix Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein with a liquid (like breastmilk, formula, or water) and mix to your desired consistency. Our organic baby cereal has a mild sweet taste and a semi-solid, smooth texture and consistency which is helpful when you begin to transition your baby to organic first foods.
Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal also includes pea protein which is one easy way for babies to get more protein, an important nutrient for their growth and development. In addition to peas being an organic, plant-based protein source, peas are often one of the first food vegetables introduced to an infant and are often well accepted.
†Ingredients not genetically engineered
Baby’s Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein is made with five simple ingredients: organic oat flour, organic pea protein, organic sunflower oil, organic sunflower lecithin, and natural mixed tocopherols. Our baby cereal includes plant-based ingredients and no animal ingredients and therefore is suitable for those with vegan or vegetarian eating preferences.
Mixing our organic baby cereal
Measure and add 2 tablespoons of dry Baby's Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein to a bowl. Add liquid (like breastmilk, Baby’s Only® formula, or water) to the desired consistency. You may serve at room temperature or warm. Discard leftover cereal. At first, your baby may only eat a few teaspoons of prepared cereal at one time but will likely gradually eat more as they get older and transition to more solid foods. Many families prefer to start feeding the baby cereal with a soupy consistency and then, as the baby gets older and eating skills improve, to gradually advance the texture to a thicker cereal. You may wish to add diced or minced foods to your Baby's Only® Organic Oat Baby Cereal with Pea Protein as the baby gets older, like diced banana, strawberries, raspberries and vegetables like mashed cauliflower, peas, or sweet potato in order to add nutrition, provide texture variety, and support flavor variety.
Your baby may be ready for cereal and other solid foods when:
• Your baby can sit up on their own or in a supported chair with good head control
• Your baby uses their hand to grasp or uses their fingers to pick up and hold the food
• Your baby starts to bring their hand to mouth
• Your baby no longer shows tongue thrust where food is pushed out of the mouth with the tongue.
Learn more about when to introduce your child to solid foods and what foods to introduce in the Nature’s One blog Make Every Bite Count: 10 FAQs on Feeding Babies Solid Foods.
Follow the chart in the product images above for ideas on a healthy breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner and continue breast or formula feeding.