Browsing at the supermarket the other day, I spotted one of those four for one deals on a snack called Kiddylicious Apple Crisps. Never having tasted these before, I sneakily opened a pack for the boys and I to sample (I know, naughty mama) before I invested in all three.
I left the supermarket with eight packs. Yup, they were that yummy. These apple crisps are cooked in a hint of veggie oil with a teensy bit of added maltose (natural sugar).
If your kids love munching on potato crisps, these make a healthier alternative and each pack counts as one portion of fruit.
Part of the Babylicious brand founded by mum Sally Preston, Kiddylicious offers other fruits such as banana and pineapple in crisp form.
I’ve since bought Annabel Karmel’s version of apple crisps which I find too sweet and feathery tasting but Ezra probably enjoys almost as much as the Kiddylicious variety.
Either way, I’ve got to hand it to these brands for coming up with such tantalising ways to help kids catch up on their five a day.