In 2021, there are numerous baby food brands claiming to be the best on the market. And while it’s great to have variety, it can be very overwhelming for parents. We also all want to give our babies the most nutritious food; however, it’s not always the most delicious. Thankfully, Cerebelly has changed the game being the first science-backed baby food brand on the market.
I first came across Cerebelly while shopping at Target and was immediately drawn to their packaging and stellar nutritional claims: organic, gluten and dairy-free, non-GMO, no added sugar, and each pouch contains 16 key nutrients for brain development. All the pouch blends are veggie first, so after grabbing a few, I anticipated Harrison wouldn’t love many of the flavors. Turns out, he loves them all, especially the black bean sweet potato and pea basil!
Cerebelly takes all the guesswork and questioning out of buying food for your baby. A baby’s brain develops 80% by age 3 so it’s critical to nail early development with the right nutrition in those first 3 years. Moms can now have the peace of mind that what their baby is eating is nutritious, good for their development, and delicious. I feel 100% sure and confident about giving the pouches and bars to Harrison who at first refused veggie finger foods. Now I give him a Cerebelly pouch before each meal and when we are on-the-go to ensure he’s getting the right nutrition.
I even started incorporating the pouches into our family favorite banana pancake recipe for an added boost of nutrition. Even though I’m making this recipe version mainly for Harrison, we all love them!
- 1 banana
- 1 egg
- 1/2 a Cerebelly pouch (any flavor works!)
- 1/4 cup of oats
- dash of cinnamon
Mash the banana and then mix in the rest of the ingredients. Cook over low to medium heat in a nonstick skillet until one side is firm. Flip to cook the other side. Enjoy!
The Cerebelly team also gave me a discount code for your first order…. use code CELLAJANE40 for 40% off!
A big thanks to Cerebelly for sponsoring this post!