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I Think Therefore I Yam

Fun fact: Did you know that there are over 600 species of yams from around the world? We can trace their cultivation all the way back to 8,000 B.C. in Asia. They are filled with Vitamins A and C, and mixed with chickpeas (a perfect finger food for little ones), this recipe is phenomenal for your child’s developing brain and gut.

Tiny Story: This is our Tiny Founding Parents' favorite recipe and one of our best sellers!

 

 Key Benefits

Chickpeas & OnionGut Health: Chickpeas are an excellent source of fiber, which helps to maintain normal bowel function and may alleviate constipation. Onions contain a prebiotic fiber called inulin. Inulin and fibers in chickpeas work together to help increase healthy bacteria in the intestines.

Yams, Chickpeas, Onion & CilantroImmunity: Yams, chickpeas, onions, and cilantro contain compounds (saponins, quercetin, and dodnecal) that are strong antioxidants, and have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Chickpeas also contain zinc, which is a vital nutrient to help multiple aspects of the immune system.

ChickpeasBrain: Chickpeas contain iron, folate, zinc, and copper, which are all important nutrients for your baby’s brain development.

Ingredients


Yams, Onion, Water, Chickpeas, Expeller Pressed Refined Sunflower Seed Oil, Paprika, Cilantro, Garlic

*All ingredients are organic

 

 

 

    Storage & Preparation

    Keep frozen or store up to 3 days in the refrigerator To serve, simply thaw overnight in the fridge or remove the lid and heat in the microwave until desired temperature


    Stovetop Instructions

    Place food contents in a small pot with 3-5 tbsp of water and cover. Cook on low to medium heat for 8-10 minutes, stirring frequently. Let cool to desired temperature before serving!

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    $5.99 per cup
    6 cups min. at checkout