Ella's Kitchen Butternut Squash Carrot Apple & Prunes 120g Reviews
Product Type: Ella's Kitchen food products
Description:Brand: Ella's Kitchen / Age: 4 months / Perfect for stage 1 weaning and beyond.
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Customer Ella's Kitchen Butternut Squash Carrot Apple & Prunes 120g Reviews (8)
by - written on 30/11/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
Why this product ****************** When my son approached the inevitable stage of weaning I turned to the Bible of this the Annabel Karmel book. I mushed and puree fruit vegetable and baby rice like there was no business. Now my son had obviously not read the book and decides this wasn't how he was going to do it! Several trips to talk it over with friends, the health visitor basically anyone who would listen to me ramble about him not eating food. I decided to try baby lead weaning which is giving them normal food not puree from day one. But being the neurotic first time mum that I am I still worried he wouldn't be getting the right amount of calories so I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
In an attempt to be a fantastic mother, I've been making my own weird and wonderful fresh purees. A great idea for the most part but there are guaranteed to be sometimes when you need something quickly and don't have the time or equipment to heat up your own stuff. I have tried a few of the jars and tubs that are on the market at the moment - making sure that there aren't any unnatural ingredients in there. However, I have found that Ella's Kitchen purees totally outdo any of the competition. Not sure if it is because of the pouch storage but the food still tastes as fresh as if I had made it myself. No funny smells, no obvious processed taste that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Ella's Kitchen specialise in making organic baby food that contains 100% natural ingredients and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. What you see on the front of the packet is what is inside the packet, so on this occasion the puree is made up of carrot, apple & prunes. My niece Ruby-Lu is now 5 months old and has been eating solids since 16 weeks when she started on baby rice and worked her way up to this lump free puree at around 18 weeks. One 120g sachet is currently 84p from Tesco stores and this should provide two servings for the average child but please remember that every child is different and my niece would normally have half a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Ok, I'm writing this review from a slightly weird perspective, my daughter is way past weaning age and she's now 18 months old eating pretty much the same as the rest of the family. I always made my own baby food and pureed endless veggies and fruits believing that this was the best and healthiest option for my girls. I also thought that buying jarred food would be much more expensive that simply blending up a few veggies that I had anyway. Consequently, I had little or no knowledge of the baby food products on offer. This changed last week, when during a weeks camping holiday my youngest daughter (aged 18 months) fell over when playing and bit her tongue ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
This was the first of the Ella's kitchen pouches we tried. My daughter was 7 months old at the time and finished every last spoonful. Ella's Kitchen prides themselves on all natural ingredients and nothing extra added. The Stage 1 pouches are a smooth puree, and only fruits and vegetables so they would be suitable for those who wean before 6 months too. The combinations are always interesting, definately not ones you'd choose to combine at home! This particular pouch has the combination of squash, carrot, apple and prunes. You'd think it would taste rather gross, but it's actually quite nice. They tend to make the fruit element the most dominant so it has a ... Read the complete review
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