Choose your child's stage
Choose from Future Foody's Stage 1, 2 or 3 or kids meal plans to match their age and nutritional needs.
Our nutritionist plans a delicious and varied menu. The fresh produce is then prepared by our chefs.
Let's get messy! Pop them in the fridge and serve according to our included meal plan. Freshness delivered, baby!
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Future Foody was born while navigating the struggles that every new parent faces, juggling work and family life, while wanting to do the best for your baby at the same time. When our daughter Tallulah, arrived, our world was turned upside down when she was born with pneumonia and we came close to losing her.
When health is in question, it becomes the most important thing ever, especially when it’s that of a tiny baby. So, as every parent is, right from day one we were committed to providing the best for her. Especially in supporting her healthy growth and development.
Mum to Mum: Fresh from our journal
Why we love – carrots
Carrots are a staple in many families and they are a popular first food for baby’s as they are gentle on the tummy, easy to digest and packed with nutrients. Although you may be surprised to know that it is only since the 16th century that they have been the colour...
Age: 8 months+ Ingredients: 1 cup water 1/2 cup quinoa ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Toppings - LSA (linseed, sunflower seed, almonds), coconut, hemp seeds, berries, nut butter Milk of your choice to serve (cows milk, cream, almond, coconut) Method: Place quinoa flakes, cinnamon, vanilla and water...
Why we love – prebiotics
You may have already heard about probiotics but what about prebiotics? And you may also be wondering if your family should be consuming them? Prebiotics are hard-to-digest food ingredients that can be metabolised by probiotics, which are the beneficial microorganisms living in your digestive tract. Think of prebiotics as food for the ‘good’...