This post has been sponsored by Organix Goodies, but all thoughts are definitely my own!
Regular readers of Ghostwritermummy will know that The Toddler has various dietary issues and we’ve had lots of trouble in the past with weaning and mealtimes. Now he’s two, he mostly eats well, but we have to stick to a dairy free diet and we try to avoid processed foods as they tend to irritate his tummy too. Since he was able to eat finger foods, we’ve opted for snacks on the healthier end of the scale- hence the title of this post!
Organix Goodies have always been a firm favourite in the Ghostwriter household, despite the fact that The Toddler can’t always have everything in the range. The Big One also enjoyed chomping on their delicious snacks, so you could say it’s been a bit of a family affair! You don’t have to though, it was only a suggestion…
What I like about Orgnaix Goodies is that there really is no rubbish added to the recipes so you know exactly what you’re giving your kids. This has been essential for The Toddler, particularly before his diagnosis of lactose intolerance. Today, he still enjoys their squeezy fruit purees mixed with soya yogurts and the mini raisin boxes are great for taking out and about.
When you’re introducing first tastes and textures to little ones it can be hard to know which snacks are actually healthy enough to buy. Happily though, with a trusted brand like Organix it’s hard to go wrong and these days most parents know that everything in the range has been given a lot of thought. For more information on recipes and products, you can visit the Organix Facebook page or their website, where there are plenty of Goodies games to keep little ones entertained too! See, they really do think of everything!