I’ll be honest. I have been known to try my son and daughter’s baby food from time to time. I am of the opinion that if I won’t eat it then why should they? With the exception of the foods I just plain do not care for of course.
Paul Lindley, Ella’s dad, decided to make food that his daughter and her generation could enjoy. These products had to be convenient and healthy and of course taste good. Nothing was on the market at the time to suit their needs so as a family they decided to go to work and started Ella’s Kitchen. My kids and I were very pleased to sample a few varieties they sent to us.
My daughter, Caety, finally understood how to slurp from these pouches. I have been patiently waiting for her to learn because clean up is so much easier! I received a box of ten pouches and she enjoyed all of the flavors except the Mango Baby Brekkie. She has never been a fan of mangoes of any form. I thought it tasted nice though.
My son even tried the Red One smoothie fruit and finished it in 30 seconds. I would not mind buying some of these flavors for him during the winter for added nutrition. We live in a colder climate and do not have access to fresh produce year round. We also made our own version of Ella’s Fun Pops on their recipe page. Instead of ice cube trays we used popsicle molds. Calvin had a blast mixing and pouring the ingredients and they tasted great too.
The pouches are also multi-functional! My daughter is teething horribly right now. Even though she did not care for the mango she found relief in biting down on the spout. It was pretty comical watching her slurp, make a face, and bite at the same time. I’m also excited to try their new line Ella’s 2 meals. Sometimes Caety can’t eat what we’re having so it is always nice to have something on hand she can eat.
Purchase Ella’s Kitchen at your local grocery store or online from their website as well Amazon.com and Diapers.com.
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