So there was much smacking of lips when a box of Plum Baby’s snacks arrived in our house for gobbling up…uh…reviewing.
The Plum Baby ethos is that all their products are organic, packed with nutrients and designed to induct the tiniest taste buds into a lifetime of appreciating good food.
At 18 months, Jed still likes his rice cakes but has also developed a taste for occasional naughty salties. This might be why his immediate reaction to the Multigrain Rings with Tomato was to spit it out.
Ezra was not a fan of these either, however they both wolfed down the Multigrain Rings with Gouda & Cheddar. These taste sort of like Wotsits after they’ve had all the badness sucked out of them.
It was a similar experience with Spelt Breadsticks where the Pecorino Cheese flavour won over the Tomato & Herbs. Since Ezra’s response to the red fruit is pretty much ‘you say Tomato and I say yuk’ (unless it’s ketchup), I wasn’t too surprised.
However I didn’t expect him to be such a fan of the Savoury Bakes with either Carrot or Parmesan Cheese. He happily munched these instead of his usual crackers. Jed was more into the Oat Rounds with Orange Oil and Ginger and I have to admit I quite like these too.
All in all, Plum Baby’s Supersnacks were more hit and miss than a smash success in our household. Still I’d heartily recommend them to any parents seeking an alternative to all that junk with hidden ingredients on most supermarket shelves. The products are carefully labelled so you can see exactly what’s inside.
And not only do Plum Baby foods provide a healthy boost for your little angels, that wholesome feeling will add an extra glow to your own halo.
Visit Plum Baby’s web site to check out their organic range for babies and toddlers