Friday, February 15, 2013

Kidfresh Review and Giveaway

Kidfresh provides families like yours with the best all-natural, nutritious and easy-to-serve kids meals available in the freezer sections of the leading grocery stores and super markets in the United States. Our meals have 100% natural ingredients and key nutrients for growing children - all ready in 4 minutes. Each meal comes high in protein and vitamins, contains low sodium -- all for under 400 calories.

Our meals also have hidden (and not-so-hidden) veggies in every meal! Some of our meals offer up to 33% of a child's daily vegetable requirement- the USDA recommends children 4- to 8-years old eat at least 1 1/2 cups of vegetables per day. Here's a list of veggies you can find in some of our meals: Carrots, sweet potatoes, onions, celery, butternut squash, corn and peas.

And to reduce our carbon footprint, our packaging is BPA- and Phthalate-Free so you can use them safely in your home. Also, we use sustainable, 100% recyclable packaging and our boxes are made from 100% recycled cardboard.

My Thoughts:
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to try out some of the Kidfresh meals with my daughter. I headed to my local grocery store and found a selection of 3 of their meals: Wagon Wheels Mac and Cheese, Muy Cheesy Quesadillas, and Totally Twisted Pasta and Meatballs. All three sounded like things my daughter would like and I was excited to put them to the test. You see... if there is one thing my daughter won't eat it's vegetables. I have to sneak them into her diet however I can. It takes a lot of time, thought and preparation to get those veggies in. So this would make my life easier by providing a quick and nutritious meal.

My daughter seemed to like all three meal choices bu declared the Wagon Wheels Mac and Cheese her favorite! I tasted them and agree that they are yummy! I love how easy and convenient these meals are. Having them on hand in the freezer allows me to provide a meal I feel confident in when I don't have a lot of time in my schedule.

I would definitely recommend you look for these at your local grocery store and give them a try!

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