Whole wheat is a rich source of carbohydrates, fiber, iron, vitamins and minerals. We at Bebe Burp make sure to properly prepare our Whole Wheat cookies so that it can help your baby to gain weight, beat constipation and prevent iron deficiency.
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Oats contain minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, phosphorous, potassium, sodium and magnesium that are essential for the development of your baby.
Bebe Burp's Baby Food Healthy, Tasty & Organic Choco Multigrain Cookies are an absolute temptation. It’s chewy texture also helps to dissolve in the mouth quickly and leaves an amazingly sweet aftertaste.
Great for bone development, this biscuit contains other vital vitamins that may help boost yours and your baby's immunity. These biscuits contain no refined sugar, no refined flour, no artificial preservatives, no hydrogenated oils, no chocolate, no artificial flavour or colour.
Bebe Burp's Oats and Raisin cookies are rich in nutrients and fiber, these biscuits are ideal as mid-morning or 5 pm snacks for your kids. Sweetened with honey and jaggery, these biscuits will provide them with steady energy and vital vitamins. It contains no nuts, no refined sugar, no refined flour, no artificial preservatives, no hydrogenated oils, no artificial flavor or color.
All of these make Ragi a superfood and an easily digestible grain. No wonder Ragi is given as the first solid meal to the babies.
Made with all locally sourced, environmentally gentle, and sustainable ingredients, each Bebe Burp cookie is good for the Planet and good for YOU!
There are 21 to 23 cookies in each packet.
This product contains pure cow ghee.
Any toddler above 8 months of age can eat these cookies.
Yes, Bebe Burp products are recommended by pediatricians.
For cooking this, you need to just add hot water. You need not separately cook on the stove.
No, this product does not contain salt.
Yes, it does contain milk.
The date is mentioned at the back of each packet.