The 34-year-old, who is mum to Matthew's children Levi, Vida, and Livingston has always made sure her babies ate healthily, but admits it was often time consuming to make fresh food for them when they were infants.

The struggle inspired her to create an affordable line of organic baby food for busy parents looking to feed their children well.

"When I had my first child, I started to try and make fresh food for him daily and I became frustrated with the amount of work, and time, involved in making baby food at home," she tells People.com.

The Brazilian beauty has partnered with chef and entrepreneur Agatha Achindu to co-found Yummy Spoonfuls, which will feature foods made for children ranging in age from four months to toddlers.

"(It's all) organic, not over-processed, zero additives, no purees, no juice concentrate," Alves says. "We're taking babies and tots through a flavour adventure.

"Growing up in Brazil, eating fruits and vegetables fresh from our farm added a lot to the way I taste and look at food today, and I wanted the same for my kids and other kids."

And she is making sure every yummy spoonful is just that, adding, "I tested every single thing from the creation to the final flavours with my family... As a matter of fact, in my opinion, this will be the first baby food line that parents will be able to enjoy tasting with their babies."

Yummy Spoonfuls will be available exclusively at U.S. retailer Target.