8 Baby Food Delivery Services That’ll Make Mealtimes Easier

Don’t have time to make homemade baby food? No worries—these baby and toddler meal delivery services will do the work for you!
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ByMartina Garvey
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January 28, 2021
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Busy parents have a lot on their plate—especially when it comes to mealtimes. And while we all want the very best for our kids, it’s hard to find the time to source, prep and cook healthy meals for our growing brood. So if your baby is ready to move onto solid foods, you might want to opt for a baby food delivery service. A baby food subscription will take the hassle out of family dinners by dishing up healthy and balanced (not to mention tasty!) meals that’ve been specifically designed to meet your kiddo’s nutritional needs. Plus, many food delivery companies also cater to toddlers and older children. Hooray!

Not sure if your little one is ready to move on from breastmilk or formula? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), once baby has doubled their birth weight (at around 4 months old) they may be ready for solids. Other signs that baby might be ready for solid food include: holding their head up, reaching for food and moving food to the back of their throat (instead of dribbling it down their face). Remember that every child is different, and although your child may be dropping clues that they’re ready to start expanding their diet, introducing solids can be a slow process.

A word to the wise: Baby and toddler food subscriptions are pricier than store-bought (or homemade) baby food, so before you sign up, be sure to weigh the pros and cons of each service. Not sure what to look out for? First, think about your child’s age and stage of development. There are many different types of foods available, from purees for babies to finger foods and whole plates for older kids. Then, check the ingredients list. The best baby food delivery services use nutritious, natural ingredients that align with your pediatrician’s recommendations. Next, consider your lifestyle. Would you prefer fresh, ready-to-eat baby food that can be stored in the refrigerator or frozen meals that require heating? Finally, look for a baby and toddler food delivery service that has flexible subscription options. That way, you can change your plan depending on your needs. Undoubtedly, choosing the right baby food provider is a big decision. Luckily, we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the very best food delivery services for babies and toddlers.

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Little Spoon

First up is the Best of Baby award-winning brand Little Spoon. This bi-weekly baby food delivery service is a real winner. The ever-rotating menu of USDA Certified Organic Babyblends (made using over 100 ingredients!) will introduce your baby to a world of flavor. And with flexible subscriptions and affordable pricing options, this service can be customized to suit your family’s needs. But what really sets this brand apart is its commitment to top-quality fresh meals. Little Spoon baby food contains no preservatives, additives or GMOs and will stay fresh in the fridge for 14 days. With such a tasty range of flavors (including blends for picky eaters) you’ll have no problem getting through them. Oh, and Little Spoon makes ready-to-heat meals for toddlers too.

For: Babies, toddlers and kids up to 10 years old
Buy it: Babyblends starting from $3 per meal; Toddler and Kids Plates starting from $5 per meal,

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This baby food subscription is as close to homemade as you can get. Yumi is the only baby food company to prep, cook and deliver meals on a weekly basis. Plus, the plant-based baby food jars are 100 percent organic, non-GMO and kosher. The personalized menus are designed by nutritionists and organized by age, introducing baby to new textures and flavors each week. And the brand offers a great range of meals, from single-ingredient purees to moreish finger food. Yummy!

For: Babies, toddlers and kids up to 5 years old
Buy it: Jars starting from $4 per meal,

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Nurture Life

Looking for a baby and toddler meal delivery service that caters to adults too? Check out Nurture Life. This family-friendly meal delivery service serves up delicious food the whole family can enjoy. Each meal has been created by dietitians, so you can rest assured that your family is getting all the nutrients they need. The baby finger food is designed for children ages 10 to 24 months. The small, bite-size chunks are soft and mashable, helping baby develop their self-feeding skills. We love Nurture Life’s toddler meals too, crafted for ages 1 to 4. Each plate offers nutritional balance and they’re tasty enough to please the pickiest of eaters! Larger servings of the same delicious meals are available for older kids, ages 5 to 12. And for teens and parents, Nurture Life offers adult-sized portions with a more sophisticated flavor palate that’re just as tasty. Still want the option to build your own meal? Check out the shareable meals: You can mix and match mains and side dishes to make the perfect meal for two to four people. As if that wasn’t good enough, you can also purchase portable meals that make great packed lunches.

For: Babies, toddlers, kids and adults
Buy it: Baby Finger Foods starting from $7 per meal; Toddler Meals starting from $8,

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Yumble Kids

Next up is a kid-friendly meal delivery service your little one will love. Each dish has been tested by (and received a seal of approval from!) real kids. Select your meals from a rotating menu that includes classic dishes like cheese ravioli, chicken potpie and more. There are even meals marked just for picky eaters. The meals are packed full of veggies and free from added preservatives, artificial colors and flavors. Plus, this weekly food delivery service is super convenient. Nutritionally balanced meals will be delivered to your door fully cooked—simply pop them in the microwave and you’re good to go. Each delivery will arrive in a sustainable box with frozen gel packs to keep meals at a safe temperature. Currently, Yumble Kids is limited to certain areas of the US, so enter your email and ZIP code on the website to find out if delivery is available in your region. You can pause, skip or cancel your subscription at any time, so why not give it a go?

For: 1 to 12 years old
Buy it: Starting from $6 per meal,

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Here’s a smart baby food subscription. Cerebelly is a baby food service backed by science. In fact, it was founded by Dr. Teresa Purzner, a neurosurgeon (and busy mom) who identified a gap in the market after she was unable to find healthy baby food at her local grocery store. Developed by a team of doctors, nutritionists and food scientists, this baby food is packed full of brain-supporting nutrients (and it’s pretty tasty too!). Each box is personalized based on your child’s age and developmental milestones. Simply take the online quiz and Cerebelly will create a custom food subscription with the right blend of nutrients for your baby. The yummy puree pouches are created for developing babies between the ages of 4 and 24 months old. Ready to move on from purees? Cerebelly also creates protein-packed bars for toddlers. Talk about brain food!

For: Babies and toddlers
Buy it: Cerebelly Purees starting from $3 per meal,

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Tiny Organics

This baby meal delivery service wants to introduce your child to their first 100 flavors before they’re 2 years old. The textured baby finger food is easy to pick up, but still soft enough to chew with no teeth. Tiny Organics baby and toddler food is organic, plant-based and free from the Big-8 allergens. And it’s backed by science—every meal has been designed by a team of chefs and neonatal nutritionists. Choose from a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly shipment of pre-portioned, fresh-frozen meals. Most importantly, yummy flavors like pumpkin-spiced oats and coconut curry will keep your baby happy and well-fed.

For: Babies and toddlers
Buy it: Starting from $5 per meal,

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Raised Real

The best baby food delivery services can be customized to suit your needs. That’s why we love Raised Real. Each meal is choc-a-bloc with vitamins, healthy fats and key nutrients to support growth and development. Simply pick your preferred ingredients and they’ll create a meal plan personalized to your baby’s nutritional and developmental needs. The rotating menu includes tasty meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. All of the ingredients are sourced from organic and sustainable farms. Plus, the frozen meals can be pureed, mashed or served as is, giving you plenty of flexibility at mealtime. Each meal has been flash frozen so they can be stored in the freezer for up to six months until you’re ready to cook them. Still have questions? The Raised Real text hotline is there to answer any queries related to food or nutrition. Bonus: Flexible subscription options mean that you can change or cancel your plan at any time.

For: Babies, toddlers and kids
Buy it: $66 for 12 meals or $120 for 24 meals,

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Once Upon a Farm

Introduce your little one to avocado, quinoa, chia seeds and more with this organic baby food delivery service. Founded by celebrity mom Jennifer Garner, Once Upon a Farm baby purees are made from sustainable farm-fresh ingredients. The purees are made using a cold-pressure process, which locks in the delicious taste, nutrients and texture in every pouch. Oh, and they’re free from added sugar, colors and preservatives. The cold-pressed blends are just like homemade—pop them in the fridge or enjoy on the go! Subscribe and enjoy savings on the brand’s regular menu, plus free shipping.

For: Babies, toddlers and kids
Buy it: $65 for 24 pouches,

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