Happy Family Party

By Amy Ghiglieri, Publisher April 6, 2017

Macaroni Kid Frederick recently had the honor of hosting a Happy Family party where guests were able to try a variety of Happy Family products and recipes from their latest cookbook, The Happy Family Organic Superfoods Cookbook For Baby & Toddler.

Happy Family knows that the right nutrition matters most in baby’s first 1,000 days (pregnancy through their their second birthday). In fact, they are the very first baby food company to expand into prenatal nutrition. In an effort to make every bite count, Happy Family uses only the highest quality organic fruits, vegetables, meats and grains.  In addition they focus on enlightened nutrition: nutrient-rich ancient seeds/grains like amaranth, quinoa and chia, coconut milk, and probiotics plus age-appropriate essential nutrients like choline, DHA, and vitamin D to support every stage of development. What does all of this mean? It means that Happy Family cares just as much about your family’s health as you do!

Having been a fan of Happy Family products for years now, I was super excited for the chance to share the brand with my readers. At the party we sampled a wide variety of Happy Family products for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Everything you see in this picture was completely gone by the time the party was over.

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During the party we talked about nutrition and all that Happy Family brings to the table. Guests mentioned how in addition to the nutrition factor, they love the portability of Happy Family products and the clear pouches. Yogis, Teething Wafers and Superfood Puffs were a huge hit with the youngest of guests. The ‘bigger’ kids loved the Chickpea Straws, Oat Bars and the Multi-Grain Alphabet Snacks. The pouches were the first things to clear the table and they were devoured by all ages. Truth be told, most of the moms (including myself) could even be found swiping a few bites of the Happy Family products from our kiddos.

Having three kids myself, I appreciated being able to review and share with party guests the Happy Family Cookbook. Packed full of recipes for children (but that are appealing to people of all ages), the cookbook centers on providing your family with the healthiest of options. Most of the recipes are easy enough to include your little helpers in the prep process. At the party guests tried two different recipes from the cookbook: ‘Mini Vegetables Stuffed with Yogurt, Farro and Raisins’ and ‘No-Bake Cranberry & Oat Granola Bites’ (both pictured below).

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Not only did we discuss nutrition and enjoy a wide variety of Happy Family snacks, but we also decorated aprons, played with bubbles and enjoyed some energetic open jump time afterwards at Pump It Up!

For more information about Happy Family, visit

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I received complimentary products and/or compensation for the purpose of this review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed are 100% my own.