Oh man, I do love a good review. Especially where food is concerned. Even if it is kiddy food, Mommy can have a nibble can't she? ...
According to Montgomery, No! These 'Plum-Baby' 'Little Yums' are not for sharing according to my little man. Too good to part with even the smallest mouthful it would appear. :-( Good for him, bad for Mommy.
Ah, how rude of me. Let me tell you more about the product that Montgomery and I were asked to review. So, we were asked to try 'Plum-Baby' 'Little Yums'. We were given 2 packs of these biscuits. 1 pack being Spinach, apple and kale. The other being banana and pumpkin. In each pack there are 6 smaller packs of 3 individual biscuits. Great amount really when your littlie wants to snack. And, great for popping in your bag last minute. 'Little Yums' are suitable for littlies from the age of 6 months plus. They dissolve very easily which is a weight of your mind when you are going through the weaning stage and you are looking out for choking hazards. They are also designed to help with the teething process and help ease pain. Which in my little man's case seemed to work well. They are baked with fruit, vegetables and buckwheat with no added sugar or salt. This is what really appealed to me with this 'Little Yums'. You see, I like Montgomery to snack and I enjoy watching him do so. However, I dislike him being a chocolate monster every snack time. So, these really fitted our snacking bill. It's great to know that NO junk is going into their little systems. To make that fact even better, they are organic with no genetically modified ingredients or artificial flavourings, colours or preservatives. How great is that!?!
I found these biscuits really handy when out and about with Montgomery on my back. You see, they aren't sticky or messy. So, I'm not left with any unwanted handprints all over my clothes after an hour or so of baby wearing.
My Mini Moose enjoyed both flavours on offer very much. He loves food in general. So, finding something new is always plus.
Montgomery is 16 months old now with quite a strong pallet and enjoys brave flavours. I feel that the younger your littlie is or the nearer they are to the weaning process the more rewarding 'Little Yums' will be. I wish I had known about them when Montgomery first hit solids. They would have been great as the flavours are a real mish mash to help train the pallet.
All in all a big THUMBS UP for 'Baby Plum' 'Little Yums' from both myself and my son. :-)