Chewsday Review- Annabel Karmel Mild Butter Chicken and Rice

Annabel Karmel’s line of frozen meals for toddlers is directed at children aged 1-4 years, and claims to provide balanced alternatives for those days when cooking comes last (we all have them!) So, although I reviewed the Bolognese pasta bake a while back, many of you have asked for specific reviews. Today features Mild Butter Chicken & Rice. 🔶Ingredients: Rice Mix (Water, Rice, Corn, Carrots, Vegetable Oil, Yeast Extract, Spices), Butter Sauce (Tomatoes, Water, Cream, Onions, Yoghurt, Cornflour, Tomato Sauce, Honey, Butter (2%), Spices, Garlic, Yeast Extract, Herbs, Paprika Extract), Cooked Chicken (Chicken (7%), Water, Potato Starch, Cornflour, Wheat Fibre I like that the ingredients are

Chewsday Review- Bellamy's Spelt Baby Pasta

The main reason we introduce food to babies (from a nutritional point of view) is because of their increased iron requirements at 6months. It’s important to include a high iron food in every meal in those first months of offering food. But not all foods are good sources of iron (fruit and veggies have almost none), nor are they in an appropriate form for babies to consume (think meat, fish, chicken, legumes and nuts). One way to increase iron intake is to add iron fortified rice cereal to purees that typically have very little iron in them. But, the last time I reviewed a baby rice cereal, I copped some interesting comments from those opposed to using rice cereals. As a paediatric dietitian

Chewsday Review- YoPro Dairy Free Yoghurt

As this seems to be a hot topic at the moment, I have one more yoghurt review for you. Then I promise to mix it up again! We’ve compared the So Delicious Almond, and Alpro soy yoghurts, so let’s take a look at another popular plant-based alternative: YoPro’s Dairy Free Yoghurt. The brand’s dairy line is very popular, and for good reason. But does their dairy free option stack up? 🔶Ingredients: 🔹YoPro yoghurt (90%) [water, soy protein, almonds, cashews, tapioca flour, faba beans, vegan cultures], Mango and Coconut puree (10%) [mango (50%), water, coconut (5.6%), starch (rice, corn), lemon, natural flavours, salt, stevia leaf extract, tri sodium citrate]. 🔹Interestingly, it seems as though

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