Cow & Gate Jars

A lot of care and attention goes into making our delicious baby food recipes. It all starts by carefully selecting our quality ingredients. Then we prepare them carefully, washing, slicing and dicing until they are just the right size. We blitz and blend them all together and carefully cook them before removing the air and sealing in our transparent jars. It really is that simple!

With Cow & Gate’s new transparent baby food jars, what you see is what you get. All our recipes are inspired by mums, using carefully selected ingredients. Our delicious recipes are tailored for babies in different stages of the weaning journey. We keep our food fresh by simply removing the air and popping on the lid. Taking the air out means we don’t have to add any artificial preservatives to keep the good stuff in.

We have improved the texture and taste of our range and now, with our new transparent jar, you can see what’s inside too!

As well as improving the taste and texture in our new jar range we have also changed the names of some of your favourites:

  • Grandpa’s Sunday Lunch: Chicken Sunday Lunch
  • Grandma’s Sunday Lunch: Potato Turkey Roast
  • Scrummy Tuna Penne: Courgette Tuna Pasta
  • Autumn Orchard Chicken: Chicken Tomato Risotto
  • Apple & Banana Swirl : Yummy Banana Yoghurt

Try our new range today:

4-6 months:                                                           

  • Carrot & Chicken Risotto
  • Cauliflower cheese
  • Creamed Carrot & Potato
  • Creamed Cottage Pie
  • Juicy Apple & Strawberry
  • Juicy Apple & Mango
  • My First Bolognese
  • Bursting Apple, Banana & Berries
  • Chicken Sunday Lunch

6 months:

  • Egg Custard
  • Rice Pudding
  • Yummy Banana Yoghurt

7 months:

  • Scrummy Spaghetti Bolognese
  • Yummy Harvest Chicken
  • Potato & Turkey Roast
  • Rice Pudding

10 months:

  • Courgette & Tuna Pasta
  • Spaghetti Bolognese
  • Chicken & Tomato Risotto


Process can vary slightly. See label for full ingredients. Breastfeeding is recommended for the first 6 months of life. Solid foods should be introduced around 6 months and not before 17 weeks.