Feeding my family good quality nutritious food is something I am passionate (some might say neurotic but I like passionate) about. I firmly believe that what we put into our bodies massively impacts on our physical and mental health. Believing this is one thing, getting my children to eat the foods I want them to eat is another. As any parent is fully aware once they go past that cute just weaned will eat anything stage your average toddler would probably live on yoghurt and bananas.
So finding foods which the children will eat and I am happy for them to eat is always brilliant. I have been using Organix products since Super Kid was a baby. The children eat them since the range includes things like crisps and biscuits which they love. However unlike most crisps and biscuits they are sugar, salt and general nasties free (so no elves or goblins in your food which is always good).
Organix recently sent me a goody box full of samples from their range. The box included:
A packets of mini gingerbread men which sell for £1.99.
Wonder Girl tried these and gobbled them down super quick. A handy size pack to take out in the bag for a snack on the go.
A veg and oat bar which sells for £2.49 for a pack of six.
To be honest I was dubious about whether my children would eat a vegetable bar, seemed to good to be true. However I gave it to Wonder Girl as a post swimming snack and she loved it, will be buying these for her again.
A raspberry and apple cereal bar which sells for £2.49 for a pack of six.
Already a firm favourite in our house with all three children. We go through a couple of packets a week.
A packet of cheese and herb puffs which sell for £1.89 for four packs.
Wonder Girl loves these. Admittedly I do find around the age of three the children want something with a stronger flavour, but for toddler these are great.
A packet of raisons and chopped apricots which sell for £1.29 for a pack of four.
I carried these in my handbag and they were a handy snack on the go. Can’t go wrong with dried fruit and toddlers.
A packet of mini cheese crackers which sell for £1.99 for a pack of four.
Robo Boy tried these out in his preschool packed lunch and gave them a thumbs up.
I think Organix snacks are a great reasonably priced healthy convenient range of snacks and I’m sure I will be buying them for years to come for my children.
Disclosure: I was sent the Organix snacks to review. My opinions are always my own.
Super Kid is five and a half, Robo Boy is three and three quarters and Wonder Girl is 14 months.