Do you have a baby in your life? If so, you are going to love this week’s giveaway from the organic, kosher-certified (OU) Ella’s Kitchen baby food.
When my three children were babies, I made almost of all their food. I’d steam, mash, and puree – and then freeze up “serving size” portions in ice cube trays.
Feeding my kiddos at home was no problem – I would just pop out a cube’s worth and warm it up for a few seconds in the microwave. Feeding them on the go, however, was a bit more cumbersome.
At the time, there weren’t too many (any?) options in Israel for baby food that was both kosher and organic. (No, we aren’t exclusively organic eaters, but I was a bit more cautious about what I served my babies when they were under one.)
If Ella’s Kitchen baby foods been around back then, I think it would have been my perfect on-the-go solution.
All of Ella’s baby foods come packaged in convenient, ready-to-go pouches with resealable screw-off tops. Inside are delicious and nutritious FOODS – no additives, no impossible-to-pronounce thickening agents, no sugar, no salt, no water. Just yummy, wholesome, organic fruits, vegetables and rice.
Ella’s Kitchen has a full line of great flavors – both single and blended varieties, for once you’ve ruled out any food allergy issues. Our favorites are strawberries and apples (mmmmm), banana baby brekkie (banana puree with a bit of rice cereal) and “The Red One” with a mix of smoothie fruits.
Named for owner Paul Lindley’s daughter, Ella, Ella’s Kitchen graciously sent me a pack of their baby food for my family to sample. Although we are well past the baby food stage, I must confess that we all enjoyed these healthy little pouches for a quick snacks on-the-go. Even my 9 year-old asked for them at his basketball practice!
Would you like to give your baby a chance to try out these delicious baby foods?
One lucky KOAB reader will win a Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food prize pack, with ten pouches of Ella’s Kitchen organic, OU-certified baby food.
To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post about how you feed/fed/plan to feed your babies. Do you make your own food? Use jarred or pouched foods? A combination of both? Something else entirely?
This giveaway will be open until Wednesday, October 10 at 11:59 CST. The winner will be selected randomly and notified by email immediately. He or she will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
Disclaimer: Ella’s Kitchen provided a sampler pack for my family to facilitate this review. They will also provide the prize pack to the winning KOAB reader. I was not otherwise compensated for hosting this giveaway and all opinions are my own. For more information, see my Disclosure Statement.