Although I am making a lot of home made purees for the baby, I do sometime use the Ella’s kitchen pouches which are handy for when you are out and about. She particularly likes the Mangoes and Apple Porridge and mumbles away in appreciation when eating it at breakfast.
So when I was contacted to try the new dairy range I couldn’t say no. The dairy range includes, yoghurts, fromage frais and rice puddings.We decided to try the fromage frais as we love mango and banana.
They are suitable from 6 months and as my little one is just short of 6 months I decided to avoid giving it to her and let my eldest try them. She is a pretty fussy eater but after thinking about it she decided she liked them. As she liked them, I will try them with the baby once she is older than 6 months. I had a taste myself, and the taste was not to strong so I think she will like them. The size is ideal; not too small. The fromage frais is smooth and light.
What I like about the dairy range is that they contain no added refined sugar and therefore seem ideal to give to young children. They are organic and the fromage frais contains 20% real fruit.
Ella’s Kitchen have created the world’s mini-est float in celebration of their new range. The milk float is so cute and stands at 133cm tall and 88cm wide.
If you would like to learn more about the mini float you can watch the video below.
The new yogurts, rice puddings and fromage frais are available to purchase in the dairy aisle at Asda, Tesco, Waitrose and Ocado.
Disclaimer: I was sent a voucher to test out the new dairy range. However, all opinions are my own.