KidFresh, because sometimes I am not a perfect Mother!
Every now and again, on a rare occasion, I serve Miles Storm prepackaged frozen foods. My husband and I do try our very best to always serve him home cooked foods, but you heard it here first: we are not perfect!
My husband is away at the moment on business, and driving between 2 homes with 2 dogs and a very excitable little boy really hasn’t left me much time to do anything, let alone cook and clean dishes!
Last week when I was in such a spot, I received a package of the 3 vegetarian options that the New York City based food company Kidfresh had sent for Miles Storm to try. It was kind of like the perfect scenario, I had no time and here was a delivery of KidFresh sitting in my kitchen.
Some of you may recall, that my Son suffered with bad eczema when he was a lot younger, and we were told, by his pediatrician, to cut out all gluten and dairy. If you are interested you can read about that HERE. However, most recently, he has grown out of that allergy, so very occasionally and as a special treat he can have dairy and gluten foods. I am quite proud to write that, we cook the majority of Miles Storm’s food. As a result of this, in his eyes giving him prepackaged food is indeed a Special Treat.
And, I have to tell you, Miles Storm ate the whole bowl. He really liked it!
Kidfresh products are available in over 5000 stores across the USA, including my favorite Whole Foods, and range in price between $3 to $4 per serving.
As a plus, the packaging is BPA free, and there are no artificial colors or preservatives in the meals. Each variety also has hidden vegetables mixed in like Butternut Squash, Tomatoes and Carrots. Yep, the people over at Kidfresh are pretty tricky!
Another thing that makes me feel good about Kidfresh is that they have helped to feed others not so fortunate since 2011 through NYC based non-profit organization – City Harvest!
For me, Kidfresh was a great way to feed my Little Guy at speed. I admit, I do feel somewhat guilty that I was not able to find the time to cook for him. But, on the other hand, I am happy he liked the food and ate the whole bowl. If that is not proof in the pudding I do not know what is?
What about you, if you are in a bind, what quick prepared foods do you serve to your children?
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