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Babylicious Cheesy Pasta with Tomato and Basil

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Manufacturer: Babylicious / Type: Frozen Baby Food / Age: 6 months+

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      19.01.2010 19:31
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      Baby food that tastes like food.

      Babylicious is slightly different from other brands of baby food as it stored in the freezer and is a frozen baby food. It is very simple to prepare take the plastic pot out containing the meal, pop it in the microwave straight from the freezer heat for 3 mins then your done. You will find that it does take a while to cool down after microwaving as it will come out red hot.

      This product gets top marks from me. It is one of the few baby food that actually taste like food. Baby food for example might be called vegetarian lasagna but when open a jar you never for one minute think that it in any has been a lasagna. However with the babylicious cheesy pasta it actually tasted like food. This could easily have been a meal that was prepared and mashed into a baby food rather than some processed is a jar. It the nearest I've come across to homemade food and I've tried just about every brand of baby food out there.

      To get is outstanding baby food you have pay a hefty price tag. It cost around £2.83 for a box which contains just two pots which is simply too meals. But to be honestly my 10 month old would have eaten both if I'd let him but he is a very greedy baby.



      I found babylicious in a freezer at Asda at the end of the baby aisle.

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