HAPPYBABY organic puffs are made with whole grains and the natural flavor of real fruit and vegetable juices--gives your baby variety and builds growing palettes. These are the very first melt-in-your-mouth organic finger foods for your baby. These puffs teach the baby tactility, self-feeding and might buy you some much needed silence. The puffs come in a green packaging that reduces HAPPYBABY's footprint and offers you 40% more in each container. They are all organic with 100% natural ingredients, no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no genetic modifications, and no preservatives. They contain half the sugar as compared to the other leading brands and are a good source of iron, vitamin D, calcium, and B vitamins. This is sold in a pack of six 2.1-ounce containers. Why buy individual cases to get every flavor, or only buy one at a time. Enjoy the convenience of a variety pack with every flavor! Current varieties are Apple, Banana, Greens, Strawberry, and Sweet Potato.
what parents are saying
Purchased these for my son, he never really liked the taste, I think because we never finished the first canister. (Mar 15, 2016)
These are larger than the Gerber puffs but dissolve easily. Also they are great because they are wheat free for my LO that is allergic to wheat. I also like that there are lots of flavors.
Jul 10, 2020
My toddler loves these, however they only fill the container about a third full. It’s expensive for so little product. I kept the container and refilled with BOGO multi-grain Cheerios. Call it a win!
May 27, 2020
Like the variety of flavors, the fact they’re organic, and the easiness for little ones to pick them up. I find they don’t dissolve like others and so definitely for kiddos that can “chew.”
Nov 04, 2017
My son absolutely loves these puffs! We take them in little ziplock bags everywhere we go so he can always have a little easy snack. He's ate them from the age of 6 months until now (almost a year).
Sep 07, 2017
Our one year old really likes the cheerio style ones. Was one of the first foods she would pick up on her own. We still use them to get her started eating and then put veggies down after she is going!
Aug 27, 2017