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We are big fans of healthy eating in my house. We eat organic foods as much as possible & stick with whole foods with pure ingredients. Organix has been our snack of choice since my oldest was born. So we were quite excited to try out some snacks from Organix along with their brand new Pea Puffs savory finger food. As well as to take part in their #NoJunkJourney campaign to promote healthy eating.
Introducing my kiddies to finger foods when they were young was fun but could also be challenging. Food often ended up being thrown on the floor or spit out. All three of my kids were quite suspicious about new foods and two of them didn’t like eating meat so they were vegetarian for years.
If I could go back and give myself some advice it’d be to relax and not take it so seriously. Trying foods as a baby is all about enjoyment and learning. Even now for my 5-year-old, she refuses somethings and loves others but we are still in the learning stage. I don’t think the food adventure stage ever ends!
This chart from Organix sums it up so nicely with some wonderful advice…
Eating meals together was a big help in encouraging the kids to try new things. My daughter used to enjoy spoons of food from my plate more than the food on her own plate – even though it was the same food!
Introducing kids to food from the baby stage into toddler and children should be seen as an adventure! I think they enjoy the food more that way and it makes it less stressful for everyone involved.
Healthy Snacking with Organix
When we are out and about I pack pieces of cut fruit and some pre-packed snacks for the kiddies. Organix is my go-to snack of choice because of their simple, pure ingredients.
I love how easy it is to see what’s in their food – it’s listed out in an easy to read way. And there is only ever a few ingredients in their snacks, all of them organic and all of them good!
We have enjoyed Organix snacks for years now. We were sent these new goodies to try out, all of which got two thumbs up from the kiddies. They are light, tasty and the best part is the pure ingredients which makes me so happy!
The Cheesy Pea Snaps & Cheese & Onion Lentil Hoops are suitable for toddlers and older. And the Pea Puffs are suitable for babies from 6 months of age and up. That being said, my 5, 8 & 11-year old enjoyed eating all three of them! The Lentil Hoops was their favorite.
Organix Pea Puffs
Organix has launched a tasty new snack called Pea Puffs. This delicious savory finger food is specially created for babies. The puffs are baked and are made with just two ingredients – 80% organic pea and 20% organic corn. There’s nothing unnecessary added, so of course, they contain no added salt and no added sugar – that’s the Organix No Junk Promise.
The delicious puffs are an ideal first finger food for babies from 6 months learning to feed themselves. They’re an easy chunky shape to grab hold of, and the melt in the mouth texture is perfect for babies.
Organix Pea Puffs come in 15g single bags and cost 79p each. They’ll start appearing in supermarkets (Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose) and Ocado from March, plus Sainsbury’s from April, and will be in Boots by June.
I’d love to hear about your food adventures in the comments! You can follow the conversation on social media with #NoJunkJourney and #FoodYouCanTrust.
I’m excited to have a lovely giveaway for you from Organix. TWO WINNERS will each receive 1 x multipack of Cheesy Pea Snaps and 1 x multipack of Cheese and Onion Lentil Hoops.
Enter the giveaway via the Gleam app below. You may enter as many options as you like & some may be done daily.
Terms & Conditions: The giveaway will close at 9pm GMT 18 May 2018. It is open to Residents of the UK & Ireland only. The 2 winners will be selected at random via the Gleam app & contacted via email. The winners have two weeks to claim their prize. If a winner does not reply in that time, a new winner will be selected in their place. Must be 18 or older to enter. Organix is responsible for prize fulfillment. See full terms & conditions for giveaways on Cuddle Fairy Blog here.