Babies’ first foods from Ella’s Kitchen
I received an assortment of Ella’s Kitchen baby food, free of charge, to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own.
First thing I’ll say about little Gradie starting solids is that I was NOT ready for it, I mean – that would imply she’s getting ‘big’ right Truth is she is growing and I can’t stop that, so I started to investigate food options for her. I only want the BEST for my little girl, and I am pretty sure I can tell you I found that in Ella’s Kitchen line of baby foods.
I received an assortment of Ella’s Kitchen 1 baby foods. These foods are designed for little ones 4 months and older. At around 4.5 months, right around Thanksgiving, we decided to have Gradie start on some solids. Just take a look at how cute she looks in her high chair, waiting to try some yummy Ella’s Kitchen carrots, apples, and parsnips.
Over at Ella’s Kitchen, their mission is to create healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. All of their products use simple, wholesome organic ingredients that ooze goodness and have nothing else added at all. I tasted Gradie’s carrots, apples and parsnips and it tasted like food I’d like to eat (just a lot smoother for her developing digestive system).
Ella’s Kitchen has a wide variety of foods for your little ones, from 4 months right through ‘toddlerhood’. If you head over to Ella’s Kitchen website you can pick foods which are geared towards vegetarians, as well as gluten and lactose free options for our little ones with food allergies. All of Ella’s Kitchen foods are soy and peanut free.
You can purchase all of the Ella’s Kitchen products by clicking HERE, and while you’re online make sure you head over to Ella’s Kitchen Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter pages for the latest news, promotions, coupons, and more!
Now I know you cannot wait to get your hands on these completely organic foods for your little ones, so make sure you enter to WIN a variety pack of Ella’s Kitchen products (winner will choose what stage of foods he/she needs).
Good Luck & Happy Eating!!
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