Real fussy eating solutions, in a box. Seriously.
Square one to making good food fun is, well, to #MakeGoodFoodFun.
Why would kids try anything new if it looks a little funny, the meal's a little rushed or harried, and you're not paying full attention as you bring them the spoon? That is not a fun time.
If you want to hide foods in plain sight, if you want them to want to eat, if you're sick of wondering why they won't and how to make them, you're in the right place.
Put mash in the cube and watch bub squish, stack and play, and most importantly, put them straight in their mouth. Voila, Food becomes just as simple as it ought to be.
“Very excited that she was so happy to eat green veg. The mashblox really makes it fun.”
Meal time can be a fun time.
"Went from my young son not even wanting certain foods on his plate to happily playing with them when using the little Mashblox cubes. Was a big win for us. Good product, clever idea."
“Before using Mashblox, if he wasnt into his food or if he had enough, it was strewn all over the place!"
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The Messy Eater
"Before using Mashblox, if he wasnt into his food or if he had enough it was strewn all over the place!"LEARN MORE
The Fussy Eater
“We thought he didn’t like porridge. We tried it in Mashblox and it turns out he just doesn’t like having things shoved in his mouth”LEARN MORE
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Complimentary feeding should be around 6 months, with baby led self feeding from about 8-9 months of age. Most infants will be chewing around 7-9 months and manage finger foods at 8 months.