Organic mangoes 54%
Organic whole milk natural yoghurt 31%
Organic ground brown rice 13%
Organic wholegrain rice flour 2%
Organic lemon juice concentrate (a dash)
Other stuff 0%
Energy 475kJ / 112kcal
of which sugars 11.6g
of which saturates 0.9g
Ella is my 8 year old daughter and I set up Ella’s Kitchen because I passionately believe that she, along with her generation, should have the opportunity to eat better food and also to discover that healthy food can be fun, tasty and cool.
We think it’s important to always approach things from a child’s point of view. So we’ve taken simple, natural ingredients that ooze goodness and created foods, and packaging, that should really connect with kids with flavours, colours, textures and even names that will appeal to all of their senses.
Ranges include Smoothie Fruits, stage 1, 2 & 3 baby and toddler foods, pasta sauces and Baby Brekkie.
We think Ella's Kitchen is different. We hope you agree.
Paul Lindley – Ella’s Dad
- Why is Baby Brekkie from 6 months and not from 4 months?
Baby Brekkie is perfect for weaning stages 1, 2 + 3 but you’ll notice that we recommend it’s for babies from 6 months on our packaging, instead of from 4 months like our other stage 1 products.
This is because our Baby Brekkie has yoghurt made from cow’s milk. The government and most experts advise that foods containing dairy products should only be introduced into a baby’s diet after six months. We agree! As the yoghurt in our Baby Brekkie is gently pasteurised and smooth this is a great first dairy product for your baby to enjoy - older babies and toddlers will love it too! We think all other baby food brands should help parents be really clear on when to introduce dairy in to your little one’s diet, sadly they don’t.
Our other stage 1 recipes contain just organic fruit and veg with absolutely nothing else added to them - not even water to dilute their goodness - so babies as young as 4 months can slurp away.
- Can I freeze Ella's Kitchen products?
Often kids - and especially babies - don't get all the way through their dinner so it's good to know the food doesn't have to go to waste.
It's fine to freeze Ella's Kitchen products as long as it's frozen within 24 hours of opening the pouch, and consumed quickly after the product has been thoroughly defrosted. We wouldn't recommend freezing food that's already been warmed through.
You can freeze it in one two ways. Either pop the pouch straight in the freezer or you can squeeze leftovers into ice cube trays to create mini portions.
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