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ella’s kitchen:: big tastes for tiny taste buds :: review

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EK_logo_good_bluestrap_RGB_paintIn the past couple months we have been exploring new textures and flavors with my daughter who is now 9 months old. This has been a really exciting journey to see her progress with food. One of her favorite brands of food has been Ella’s Kitchen, she loves the flavors and I love that it’s a brand I can trust giving to my growing baby girl.

Ella’s Kitchen’s mission is to develop healthy eating habits that last a lifetime by offering a range of tasty, natural and healthy certified USDA organic foods for babies and kids, which are handy for moms + dads and fun for little ones. Ella’s Kitchen does not add extra salt or sugars, additives, or bulk up products with added water. They only use organic ingredients and they use fruit and vegetable purees, avoiding concentrates.

Ella’s 2: for 7+ months

  • Ella’s 2 meals: perfectly balanced and packed full of the best yummy organic stuff. They introduce more texture, new flavors, meats, dairy and protein for curious taste buds. Ella’s 2 meals are full of great food for babies exploring new tastes and US_stage2_v21textures. And the pouches are perfect to use at home or on the go. Olivia’s favorite pouch is the lip smacking Spaghetti + Meat Sauce with a sprinkle of cheese…YUM!
    Ella’s 2 Baby Cereal: Textured multigrain cereal, designed to encourage babies to begin to chew. We love the wakey wakey mango, banana + strawberry.
  • Smoothie Fruits: Smoothie Fruits are 100% organic fruit smoothies for toddlers and for younger babies. They are perfect to pop in lunchboxes, or to enjoy as a fun fruity snack on the go.
  • Puffits: Yummy melt in the mouth multigrain cereal snacks – firm enough for little fingers to hold, yet soft enough to melt in little mouths. The flavor is locked inside the Puffits, so it doesn’t get on little fingers. Plus these organic puffs come in handy sized snack bags that are perfect to throw in the diaper bag.

Ella's Kitchen

In addition to making food for little ones that’s packed full of goodness, Ella’s Kitchen is showing their commitment to help babies and kids develop healthy eating habits that last a lifetime by partnering with No Kid Hungry to donate up to 750,000 meals to children in need.

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You can help them give to families who need it most by looking for specially marked packages of apples sweet potatoes pumpkin + blueberries puree or apples carrots prunes + butternut squash puree available exclusively at your local Walmart.

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  • Anna Pry
    April 10, 2015 at 10:18 am

    my kids love the fruit ones but not really any of the other ones, they’re quite picky

  • Donna L
    April 2, 2015 at 10:03 am

    I like that this company partnered with No Kid Hungry to donate up to 750,000 meals to children in need.

  • Jennifer Shelton
    March 27, 2015 at 5:49 pm

    My daughter loves these! IT is a great way to get her to eat healthy, because she thinks they are treats 🙂

  • Beth R
    March 27, 2015 at 3:04 pm

    I love that they are partnering with no hungry kid! What a great company

  • Dagmar Moretti
    March 27, 2015 at 11:05 am

    I have always seen these but never tried them! I will deff have to check them out.

  • Christine
    March 27, 2015 at 1:17 am

    My kids love these things. Great way to get good stuff into them.

  • Elisabeth
    March 26, 2015 at 2:13 pm

    I love that Ella’s Kitchen is organic!

  • Janet W.
    March 26, 2015 at 8:56 am

    I used to buy these products all the time when my grandsons were younger! They have great flavors!