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Cacao Brownie Bites

For toddlers with a sweet tooth, our Cacao Brownie Bites are a low-sugar alternative to supermarket-bought treats.

Made with gluten-free flour. chia seeds and Medjool dates, these tasty brownie bites are packed with healthy ingredients and are a plant-based source of calcium. 

Our Cacao Brownie Bites are perfect for daytime treats or offer as dessert for your toddler.

Organic Ingredients: Banana, Oat Milk, Gluten-Free Flour, Cacao Powder (5%), Chia Seeds, Coconut Butter, Medjool Dates, Baking Powder

Each pack contains 6 x 25g brownie bites.

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