Dining With Little Dish
Before Christmas we were kindly gifted some Little Dish meals to try out with Ethan and I was blown away by how much he enjoyed them all. Ethan hasn't been overly keen on trying new foods since we started weaning last year but his taste seems to have changed and he has started to branch out and try new flavours. The meals we were sent are Little Dish fresh meals which can be frozen as well a kept in the fridge. This is perfect for busy families or a mum or dad stuck in a food rut like I was.
Ethan was sent a section from Little dish and I think the pictures speak for themselves as to how much he enjoyed each one.
Ethan was gifted
Chicken and Veg Risotto
Sausage, Mash and Beans
Classic Fish Pie
All of the meals were easy to prepare and you can either put them in the microwave or in the oven to cook and they have no added sugars or preservatives which is great for us to know what Ethan is eating. They are low in salt and offer at least one of their 5 a day in each meal. Great source of protein and British meat and fish which is locally sourced.
I found the meals smelt really good and Ethan was so excited to try them and it has been a great way of him feeding himself more and more and learning new fine motor skills. It is also nice knowing he is getting vegetables because they are not his favourite and I have struggled to get him to eat them unless mixed in with foods.
Little Dish also worked with Lucy Jones who is a Nutritionist and Mum of two who helped ensure that all the meals are nutritionally balanced.
Little Dish also sent us this super handy cool bag which will be great for shopping trips and picnics to ensure all meals are kept cool.
Little Dish meals are available from your local super markets.
Disclosure* I received these Item's as part of a collaboration all opinions are my own.