Disclaimer: I participated in Mom Blog Tour Natural Products Expo West on behalf of Wendy’s Bloggers. I received Wyman’s of Maine products to facilitate my review, but my opinions and creative content are my own. #WymansIsWild #Smoothies #WildBlueberries #AD
I love making food for my babies. It’s part of how I bond with them, and it’s really important to me what goes into their bodies. I haven’t given them any meat, yet. My major focus is still on vegetables and fruit.
I mentioned before how I got to try some veggie nuggets for the twins and they loved them.
However, I still mostly make my own purees from organic fruits and vegetables. My newest recipe is blueberry apple puree with Wyman’s of Maine wild blueberries and they adore it.
I recently met with a representative for Wyman’s at the Natural Products Expo West, in Anaheim. You’ve no doubt come across their distinct packaging in the frozen fruit section of your supermarket. If you’re a blueberry fan, you’ve probably had Wyman’s at the same place you get your morning latte. It turns out the company has a strong commitment to sustainability and premium quality.
The Wyman’s of Maine Story
In 1874 Wyman’s of Maine was founded. They own and manage over 17,000 acres of wild blueberry fields in Maine and Canada. The blueberry fields ecosystem and the bees that contribute to their growth and sustainability have been protected by Wyman’s for all these years as part of their commitment to quality. Their perfected fresh freezing process retains freshness for the most premium quality frozen blueberries available in stores.
Wyman’s Wild Blueberry/Apple Puree
I used Wyman’s of Maine wild blueberries in my recipe for puree to feed the babies., but it tastes great, so go ahead and make a jar for yourself, too.
How To Make Blueberry Apple Baby Food
- 1 Cup of Apple Puree or Apple Sauce
- ½ Cup of Blueberries
- Puree in food processor until smooth.
- Good for 3 Days in the fridge