Categories: Babies, Inside Nurture Life, Kids, Snacks, Toddlers

Kids love snacks, and that’s a fact. So we made the ultimate snack—Mighty Bites! These fun-sized bites taste like cookies but have WAY better nutrition. Way less added sugar. Only the most wholesome ingredients. And they come in four delicious, naturally sweet flavors. Whether for a quick breakfast, an easy snack or a satisfying dessert, your little one is going to love Mighty Bites.

What Are Mighty Bites?

Mighty Bites taste as delicious as a cookie, but they’re made with only the good stuff. Each fun-sized ball of cookie goodness features real, clean ingredients including:

  • Organic whole grain oats for a punch of fiber, vitamins and minerals
  • Sunflower seed butter to provide that delightfully chewy cookie dough texture along with a helping of protein and healthy fats
  • Chickpeas smoothly blended into the “dough” for plant-based protein and extra fiber
  • Dried fruit for that naturally sweet taste without all the added sugar

Importantly, all Mighty Bite flavors are completely peanut-free and tree nut-free, making them an easy, allergy-friendly option to pack up in a school lunchbox.

4 Delicious Flavors

We’ve got four delectable flavors of Mighty Bites on the Nurture Life menu, plus a combo pack that combines two chocolate favorites: Chocolate Chip and Double Chocolate. All flavors rely on natural, plant-based sources of protein—never any protein isolates or artificial protein powders.

Chocolate Chip

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Capturing that classic chocolate chip cookie taste, Chocolate Chip Mighty Bites are a definite crowd pleaser, even for picky eaters who might be hesitant to try anything new. They serve up the familiar flavors your kids love but have 78% less sugar than the leading brands!

Double Chocolate

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Twice the chocolate may taste decadent, but this flavor is still built on the same balanced ingredients. Like the regular Chocolate Chip, these Mighty Bites have 78% less sugar than leading brands. They’re so rich and delicious that you may find yourself sneaking a couple, too—we know we have!

Oatmeal Raisin 

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Like a perfectly chunky and chewy spoonful of homemade oatmeal raisin cookie dough, these fun-sized bites have 0 grams of added sugar. They’re still sweet enough for your little one to love, though, thanks to the smattering of naturally sweet raisins. 


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Packed with the feel-good flavors of cinnamon and vanilla, these Mighty Bites need no extra sugar to pass your kids’ taste test! Like our Oatmeal Raisin Mighty Bites, this cinnamony flavor has 0 grams of added sugar—instead putting real, wholesome ingredients front and center.

Your Family’s New Favorite Go-To Snack

We’re so excited for your kids to try these naturally sweet treats, and we’d love to hear from you! If you have any questions or feedback, please send us a message at support@nurturelife.com. We’d also love to see those wide-eyed cookie dough smiles wherever you share on social media—tag us @nurturelife!

Imaide Steverango

As a Research and Development Chef at Nurture Life, Imaide is in charge of developing nutritionally dense, culturally diverse meals for babies, toddlers and kids. Her goal is to create delicious meals that balance protein, veggies and complex carbs in dishes that celebrate flavors and ingredients that might not otherwise be introduced into the home. She loves the challenge of making veggies more kid-friendly, especially when she finds a way to showcase them at the forefront of a meal. With a Bachelor’s degree in culinary nutrition and a concentration in clinical dietetics, Imaide brings a balance of culinary expertise and nutrition knowledge. In her previous position as Executive Chef and Food Service Director at a childcare center, she was in charge of feeding children from 6 months to 6 years old. This allowed her to gain a strong understanding of what flavors, textures and ingredients kids love. Imaide’s passion for food is rooted in its power to bring people together—food lets children learn about diversity and how what we eat can help us accept each other’s differences.


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