Ella’s Kitchen Review & Giveaway!
There are so many different kind of organic baby food’s on the market today. But not all babies actually like them. Heck there are very few forms of baby food we could get our daughter to actually eat.
Once she learned how to use her hands to pick up finger foods she wanted little to do with actual food she had to eat off of a fork or spoon.
Thankfully that didn’t last long because I didn’t feel like she was getting all of the nutrients she needed from only finger foods no matter how many fruits and veggies I was putting in front of her. Not only that but she is certainly selective. Something on her tray she didn’t like and on the floor for the dog it went! This is a great time to thank Fenway for cleaning up after Addison’s food related messes!
I felt like I was losing the healthy food battle with Addison until I picked up a couple pouches of Ella’s Kitchen and she actually ate them with no qualms. This was about the time I started searching for a sponsor for BlogHer. I figured I would try and work with companies we use in our house and actually like. I am not going to promote and work with a company I do not personally use. And while Ella’s Kitchen is smaller and couldn’t jump on board for a huge corporate sponsorship, they were gracious enough to provide us with some of their new stage two foods for older children to review.
This was a no-brainer since it was one of the hand full of organic and nutritious foods she wants to eat.
When it came to the different sweeter options, Addie’s favorite was probably the Oh My Goodness Oat Crumbles with Apples Raisins and Custard.
The Ella’s Kitchen pouches sugar content ranged from 3g all the way up to 12g but I have to say the dinners for the most part were on the lower scale for sugar content. 3g, 4g, 5g, 6g but the 12 grams actually came from the sweet pouch Addison loved. The Oat Crumbles with Apples, Raisins, and Custard. Totally understandable. Its not a meal, its a treat!
The sodium content was pretty good as well. 10mg to 50mg. Mind you this is milligrams not actual grams! Some of the baby food on the market ranges from 10 GRAMS and up! That is a lot of sodium!
Overall between me and Addison I want to give Ella’s Kitchen two thumbs up. It is healthy, USDA Certified Organic and the nutrition content is where I like it.
Now I have five sample packs I can give away to you guys! So if you want the chance to try out some Ella’s Kitchen food with your kiddo, this is your chance to see if they will like it!
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