Our MORE TO EXPLORE puffed snacks for babies from 10+ months bring new adventures in taste, shapes and textures to help promote independence. Safe for self-feeding and perfect for second-stage snacking.
We created Little Bellies to feed all children nothing but the best quality food, free from artificial additives, genetically modified ingredients, unnecessary salt and sugar, especially during the formative years of child development.
Little Bellies’ range of MORE TO EXPLORE for 10+ months babies brings new adventures in taste, shapes and textures to help further build motor skills and promote independence.
Our snacks for 10+ months are certified organic, natural, and free from artificial additives, genetically modified ingredients, and unnecessary salt and sugar.
If you follow a “baby-led” approach to starting solids where the emphasis is supporting your baby to learn to self-feed, you can offer some low-risk stick or circle-shaped foods. Ideally, the texture needs to be soft or meltable to continue to be safe for the baby. Babies can bring them to their mouths to explore and learn a variety of flavours.
Our MORE TO EXPLORE snacks for 10+ months babies were specially developed to support safe self-feeding: delicate and quick to melt in the mouth, introducing new flavours and textures in shapes that little fingers can hold.
We only work with certified organic ingredient suppliers and product manufacturers to make our baby snacks for 10+ months.
We will visit and review each and every single one of our suppliers before we agree to partner with them. We meet their team, discuss our requirements, learn from their expertise and take time to form meaningful and lasting relationships to ensure the highest level of quality control of manufacturing processes and facilities.
At 9-10 months, you will probably be feeding 3 meals a day. This may be breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For others, offering 2 meals and 1 snack may work better with their schedule.
We recommend that you follow a responsive feeding guide where you read your child’s cues. Allow your baby’s hunger and fullness cues to guide you in determining how much to offer. Don’t force them to finish specific amounts.
For more guidance on introducing snacks, please read our article Baby Development Milestones Unpacked: A Comprehensive Age & Stage Guide to Natural Development and Baby Food & Snack Guide by Age & Stage.