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Little Baby Grains for babies and toddlers


What is Little Baby Grains?

Little Baby Grains is founded by Grace, a certified Dr. Sears Health Coach, full-time mother of two little darlings, and an entrepreneur. I know her from Gracious Little Things where she shares her mommy experiences and useful tips.

Little Baby Grains is a provider of organic and natural / chemical-free rice grains suitable for babies from 6 months. Based on your baby's age and needs, they will recommend different blends of baby rice for him or her.

Here are the blends:

For Babies (between 6 months to 1 year old)
  • Fresh Start: Organic / chemical-free white rice suitable for babies and toddlers from 6 months onwards. You can choose between organic white rice from Taiwan or chemical-free white rice from Sarawak.

  • Light and Easy: Organic / chemical-free white rice and organic millet suitable for babies and toddlers from 6 months onwards. For the white rice, you can choose between organic white rice from Taiwan or chemical-free white rice from Sarawak.

  • Junior Nutri-Color: Chemical-free white and red rice, and organic millet suitable for babies and toddlers from 9 months onwards.

Note: All blends above are sold by 1kg pack each.

For Toddlers (after 1 year old)

All three above plus below:
  • Nutri-Color: Chemical-free white and red rice, and organic millet suitable for babies and toddlers from 1 year onwards.

  • Nutri-Duo: Chemical-free white and red rice suitable for babies and toddlers from 1 year onwards.

  • Q-Junior: Organic / chemical-free white rice, chemical-free red rice, organic millet and organic quinoa suitable for toddlers from 15 months onwards.

  • Q-Boost: Organic / chemical-free white rice, chemical-free red rice, organic millet and organic quinoa suitable for toddlers from 18 months onwards.

  • Progressive: Chemical-free red rice suitable for toddlers from 2 years old.

Note: All blends above are sold by 1kg pack each. Each kilogram pack ranges between RM18 to RM25.


Orders will be sent via courier. For orders of 20kg or more, drop-off is an available option. Apart from the rice packs, you can also purchase starter kits and party packs. Pretty interesting I'd say. I recommend that you read up their informative FAQ section if you have questions.


Q-Boost

I was given a pack of Q-Boost (1kg) for this review.

The pack comes with a summary of storing instruction.
There's also a QR code where you can scan
for cooking instructions.
Q-Boost contains four types of grains:
organic/chemical-free white rice, chemical-free red rice,
organic millet, and organic quinoa.
Ingredients and country of origin are listed clearly.
All are mixed well in the container that I use to keep the grains.

Recipes

Here are a few recipes that I have created using Q-Boost.

Recipe can be found here.
Recipe can be found here.

Tomato Porridge

Ingredients:
(Serves 2 meals)

1/2 cup chicken fillet

1/2 medium Japanese cucumber, cut into cubes
A handful chopped spring onions 
5 cherry tomatoes
6 tablespoons Q-Boost, soaked overnight in room temperature

Pinch of pink Himalayan salt
1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil

How to:

Put all ingredients (except coconut oil) into the stainless steel pot of an electric lunch box. Add enough water to cover the ingredients. Turn on the power and set the timer to 30 minutes. Stir in virgin coconut oil before serving.



Root Veggies Stew with Steamed Rice

Ingredients:
(Serves 2 meals)

1 small beetroot, cut into cubes
1/4 medium radish, cut into cubes
1 medium pumpkin slice, cut into cubes
1/2 small chayote, cut into cubes
1 small potato, cut into cubes 
1 small sweet potato, cut into cubes
Pinch of pink Himalayan salt
1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil
6 tablespoons Q-Boost, soaked overnight in room temperature

How to:

Put all ingredients (except coconut oil and rice) into the stainless steel pot of an electric lunch box. Add enough water to cover the ingredients. Turn on the power and set the timer to 60 minutes. Stir in virgin coconut oil before serving. Steam-cook the rice in the second tier of the same electric lunch box for 30 minutes. Remove the cooked rice from the cooker and let the stew continues cooking until the 60th-minute mark.


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Contact

For more information, please visit:

Website (Online Store): http://www.littlebabygrains.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littlebabygrains
Email: littlebabygrains@gmail.com
Contact number: 012-735 5160


Thanks Grace for collaborating with me for this post and for the pack of Q-Boost.

Little Baby Grains is listed on Featured Mommypreneurs on joycescapade.com.


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