Chewsday Review- Rafferty's Garden Snack Bar

Today's Chewsday Review features a baby snack bar. As you’d know from previous reviews, baby snacks are a booming market. You can read about other examples like Banana Fruity Puffs here and Kiddylicious Tiddlers here. These Rafferty’s Garden Snack Bars in Blueberry, Banana and Apples are convenient, but are they also nutritious? Let’s have a closer look… 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Blueberry banana apple paste (40% see next point for the breakdown of this content), wheat flour, dextrose, water, oat flour, butter, sugar, whey powder, humectant, canola oil, raising agent (500, 450, 341, 541), whey protein concentrate, natural flavour, emulsifier, caramelised sugar. 🔹The ‘blueberry banana apple paste’ is

Fork Talk- with Val Gent from Let's Eat Speech Pathology

Welcome to the latest instalment of 'Fork Talk', where we chat to special guest Mums about how they feed their family. Today's guest is Val Gent, Speech Pathologist and Owner of Let's Eat Speech Pathology in Newcastle, NSW. Val is one of my idols in the fussy eating/feeding difficulties world. She's incredible- as all of the families she has worked with would attest. I've been so inspired by her work, and I'd strongly suggest following her social media pages if you're not already (links at the bottom of the article). About her: My family and I moved to Australia when I was 8 years old, I grew up in Sydney and studied Speech Pathology at the University of Sydney. I always wanted to be a Speec

Chewsday Review- Sunbites Snack Crackers with Quinoa

Today's Chewsday Review is another pre-packaged cracker option. With so many out there, it’s hard to know which ones are the better options. So let’s see how these Sunbites Snack Crackers with Quinoa compare… 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Wholegrain cereals (70%) (corn, wheat, oats), vegetable oil, quinoa (3%), sugar, whey powder (milk), rice, cheese powder, salt, natural flavours (milk, soy), maltodextrin, onion powder, yeast extract, parsley, paprika extract 🔹When a product doesn’t clarify which type of vegetable oil used, it’s probably safe to assume that it’s a fairly cheap product like palm oil (no health benefits and negative environmental impacts). 🔹Common allergens include: wheat, milk and soy

Chewsday Review- Healtheries Potato Stix

Today's Chewsday Review has been requested sooooooo many times lately. So, are Healtheries Potato Stix any good? Or are they just potato chips? Let’s see… 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Potato starch (42%), rice, wheat flour, vegetable oil, potato seasoning (maltodextrin, salt, vegetable powder), yeast extracts, mineral salt, natural flavour, spices, sugar, anti-caking agent (551), acidity regulator (270, 327) 🔹Potato starch is a refined powder made from the carbohydrate content of potatoes. 🔹The anti-caking agent prevents food particles from clumping together and is generally well-tolerated by most people. Acidity regulator 270 (lactic acid) and 327 (calcium lactate) are not of concern. 🔹Common allerg

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