Although my kids are too old for the infant and toddler pouched food revolution, my nephew and niece seem to be pretty psyched when I twist open a snack. I recently treated them to several products from Ella’s Kitchen. The Smoothie Fruit was the hands-down winner for Evan, two years old.
I wanted to try to snap a picture of him with it, but by the time I got my camera out, it was gone! It’s a great snack-size for little kids, plus, it’s 100% organic, so I know it’s a fantastic option for making sure their growing bodies get the best that they can.
Ella’s Kitchen has four different categories for foods. Ella’s 1 for 4-6 month olds, Ella’s 2 for7 months+ , Ella’s 3 for 12 months+, and Special Diets for gluten-free, lactose-free and vegetarian options. Within each category, there are fantastic assortments of pouches in fruit, fruit+rice, smoothies, cookies and “nibbly fingers” made of whole grain oats. Aside from the choices they offer, they have teamed up with TerraCycle for a recycling program with their pouches that allows people to donate points earned to local charities. Having two kids, I remember the days of carrying around glass baby food jars, with occasional breaks, which were always a huge mess. The pouches are much more user-friendly, plus, you never have to worry about forgetting a spoon!
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– That’s IT Mom Erin
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