Baby Food Test - Applesauce


Everybody, and I mean everybody and their mama that makes baby food, makes some form of jarred applesauce. I tried to save the fruits for later, and here's our impression of the jarred applesauce brands that we tried last week
nurturme Apples
Ingredients: apples
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 9g
Taste test: after my experience with the sweet potatoes of this brand, I was not in the least bit curious to taste their interpretation of powdered apples; so I didn't

Gerber Organic Apples
Ingredients: Organic apples, ascorbic acid
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 8g
Taste test: I thought this would be sickly sweet but it was just mildly sweet. Mama like it. Gerber out of the penalty box? Not sure

Beechnut ApplesauceIngredients: Apples, water, ascorbic acid
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 8g
Taste test: Surprisingly bland. I don't know if this is a good thing or not?!

Earth's Best Organic ApplesIngredients: Organic apples, ascorbic acid
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 6g
Taste test: More tart than sweet. As with all EB baby foods, not a loser

Sprout Roasted Organic ApplesIngredients: Roasted organic apples
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 6g
Taste test: Tasted tart to me. Nothing special enough to justify the premium price.


Plum Organics ApplesIngredients: Roasted organic apples
Sugars per 2.5oz serving: 6g
Taste test: the most apple-taste like of the lot. I enjoyed it. I eat only gala apples and this tasted just like that. Only thing is it's not pocket friendly

I fed the congregation their apples with a tablespoon of cereal mixed in and feedback from the daycare is that they loved it. I guess apple is always a winner and in this case, brand did not really matter.

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