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[Discon] Dr. Praeger’s, Kids Broccoli Littles 10oz (Frozen)

Sale price $45.00 Regular price $55.00

Packaging May Vary

Description:

Broccoli goodness plus fun shapes in every box.

Make your kid a broc star! Kids and adults love Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods® Broccoli Littles®, made with a savory blend of broccoli and potatoes. These gluten free, soy free and Non-GMO Project verified Littles are an easy way to get kids to enjoy eating their veggies with no artificial ingredients, no artificial colors, and no preservatives.

Soy Free
Only 9 Ingredients
130 Calories

Cooking Instructions

Keep frozen prior to use. For food safety product must always be cooked to an internal temperature of 165ºF. Do not leave appliances unattended as cooking times may vary.

Oven/Toaster Oven preferred method

Preheat oven / toaster oven to bake at 450°F. Place Littles on an ungreased baking pan. Bake approximately 6 minutes until browned. Carefully flip and bake an additional 4 minutes, until heated through and well browned.

Skillet- Preheat a non-stick pan over medium heat. Cook Littles approximately 6 minutes until browned. Carefully flip and cook an additional 3 minutes, until heating through and well browned.

Microwave- Place 5 Littles on a microwave safe plate. Cook on high for 1½ minutes. Carefully flip and cook 1additional minute. Product should be hot throughout but will not brown. Based on 1100 watt microwave oven.

Ingredients:

Broccoli, Potatoes, Onions, Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Potato Flakes, Egg Whites, Arrowroot Powder, Sea Salt, Garlic
Contains: Eggs

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 5 Littles (85g)
Servings Per Container: 3.5
Amount Per Serving % DV*
Energy
130 Kcal
Total Fat 7 g 9%
   Saturated Fat 1 g 6%
   Trans Fat 0 g
Sodium 290 mg 13%
Total Carbohydrate 14 g 5%
   Dietary Fiber 2 g 8%
   Total Sugars 1 g
Protein 3 g
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.