The sweet and smooth flavours of butternut squash and red pepper are exciting tastes that babies usually love. The chickpeas bring a rich, nuttiness and the hint of rosemary adds an extra depth of flavour to this classic Mediterranean combination.

*We have given this pack a refresh which will start being seen on shelf in January 2017. Same great recipe, same great taste. That's a Piccolo promise!

Apples (49%), Butternut squash (21%), Chickpeas (15%), Red pepper (15%), Lemon Juice concentrate, Rosemary

  • 57
  • 0.6
  • 10
  • 2.4
  • 1.3
  • 0.01
  • 7.3

Developed by our co-founder and in-house

Infant Nutritional Therapist

Alice Fotheringham

Alice Fotheringham

We have used winter squash with its sweet nutty taste and smooth texture as the hero in this recipe. Butternut squash belongs in the family of gourds and melons, just like pumpkins and other winter squashes.

Butternut squash, like other richly coloured vegetables, are excellent sources of carotenes, especially beta-carotene (which are responsible for the orange and red colours orange and red you find in squashes).

Although a fruit, butternut squash is used as a vegetable that can be roasted, toasted, pureed or made into soups, mashed, or used in casseroles, breads, or muffins.

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The sweet and smooth flavours of butternut squash and red pepper are exciting tastes that babies usually love. The chickpeas bring a rich, nuttiness and the hint of rosemary adds an extra depth of flavour to this classic Mediterranean combination.

*We have given this pack a refresh which will start being seen on shelf in January 2017. Same great recipe, same great taste. That's a Piccolo promise!

Apples (49%), Butternut squash (21%), Chickpeas (15%), Red pepper (15%), Lemon Juice concentrate, Rosemary

  • 57
  • 0.6
  • 10
  • 2.4
  • 1.3
  • 0.01
  • 7.3

Developed by our co-founder and in-house

Infant Nutritional Therapist

Alice Fotheringham

Alice Fotheringham

We have used winter squash with its sweet nutty taste and smooth texture as the hero in this recipe. Butternut squash belongs in the family of gourds and melons, just like pumpkins and other winter squashes.

Butternut squash, like other richly coloured vegetables, are excellent sources of carotenes, especially beta-carotene (which are responsible for the orange and red colours orange and red you find in squashes).

Although a fruit, butternut squash is used as a vegetable that can be roasted, toasted, pureed or made into soups, mashed, or used in casseroles, breads, or muffins.