Product Review: Bibibon’s Biscuit Nibblers

A couple of weeks ago, I received a box of Rebisco’s Bibibon’s in the mail. I forgot to take a photo of it but this is what it looked like. I got this photo from MBP’s site instead. 🙂

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When I first saw this in the grocery store, I wanted to let little Z try it.

I tried this as a nibbler first for my little boy just to test it out if he can, well, nibble on it even without teeth. So far, he was able to do it and he liked it. We had tried it as a cereal as well. I added milk and fed it to the little boy when we went out for a stroll. He finished the whole pack and wanted more. 🙂

What I like about this product is that it is convenient to have in the bag especially when travelling or going out. You can eat it as it is. Or you can add milk and turn it as cereal. You can even add fresh fruits to feed to the little one. Another thing is that this is very affordable and yet still tastes good. At the same time, this is also very affordable.

According to the description of this, it contains DHA and Taurine among others. Reading more about it, here is what I learned about these two:

DHA: Docosahexaenoic acid, an essential fatty acid, thought to be important to the development of infants, particularly as regards their eyes and brain. DHA is present in breast milk and has been added to some infant formulas. Postnatal DHA may improve vision and some cognitive functions in infants and toddlers. DHA is an omega-3, polyunsaturated, 22-carbon fatty acid. It is present in abundance in certain fish (such as tuna and bluefish) and marine animal oils. (source)

Taurine: is an amino sulfonic acid, but it is often referred to as an amino acid, a chemical that is a required building block of protein. Taurine is found in large amounts in the brain, retina, heart, and blood cells called platelets. The best food sources are meat and fish. (source)

From the definitions alone, Bibibon’s seem to be a healthy snack for a growing tot like my little Z. 🙂

Bibibon’s is available in supermarkets (usually in the same aisle as infant formulas and baby cereals).

 

 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. 

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  1. I have to admit, I gave my kids the regular cookies and biscuits you can easily find at the stores as their snacks when they were younger. It was only recently that I started taking their diet a bit more seriously.

    1. medyo cautious ako sa food din for my little boy since may down syndrome kasi sya so i was glad that i got to know this.. so far e ok naman sa kanya 🙂

  2. Seeing your posts about Bibibons makes me nostalgic! Hehe. I loved this product because it’s so convenient to bring it as a snack when we go outside.

  3. Matagal ko na tong nakikita pero hindi ko pinapansin (maganda pala!). Hehehe, will rush to the grocery tomorrow. Lol. 😀 As of now kasi, Marie palang yung natitikman niya eh. 🙂

    1. i think your kid will love this too… soft din kasi sya like Marie though i haven’t tried Marie pa sa anak ko 🙂 and nde sya mabigat sa bulsa 😀

  4. My baby liked it too!! I have seen this in the grocery before I was sent a sampler pero now, I can’t find it on the same spot that I saw this the last time. I don’t know why.. Hmm..

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