I love food, and I love snacks. And one thing no-one mentioned when I had a baby (who is now an almost fully fledged two-year-old) is quite how well toddlers eat these days. I’m not talking about home-cooked meals because that goes without saying, I’m talking about the supermarket snacks, the baby cook books and the ‘ready meals’ that are far from the ‘ready meals’ you might imagine. Clue: There are no plastic tubs with clear film and microwave instructions in sight.
Today, we’re talking about Little Senses Whole Foods. Founders and sisters, Jem and Avi started the company whilst navigating their way through the early years of motherhood. They wanted good simple wholesome food they could feed their kids on the days when they just didn’t have the time (or desire) to cook from scratch. We’ve all been there – I certainly have. From realising the fridge is on the bare side to getting home from a busy day bang on tea time with a toddler who just doesn’t want to wait for pasta to boil, is mid-way through a phase of refusing any green veg and just wants something tasty for supper (don’t we all?)
From lentil and red pepper frittatas to kale and coriander fish cakes, muffins, pancakes and falafels to THE most delicious kale, spinach and sweet potato bites (that the spinach resisting toddler highly approved of by the way), not only is their menu well thought-out, it is nutritious, suitable to be eaten hot or cold (very handy on the go) and just plain tasty. These mamas have taken the mum-guilt out of ‘lazy day’ tea times and we for one can’t thank them enough.
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