Friday, 16 August 2013

Ella's Kitchen - 100% Organic Baby Food - Giveaway!


I find that young children and bubs seem to naturally love the flavour of 100% pure fruit and veggies. Occasionally a bit of coaxing is needed, but usually not for too long.


Ella’s Kitchen is good in every sense of the word. Their pouches of yumminess are naturally organic.  And really appeal to little ones and not so little ones too. All my kids immediately were drawn to the colourful, vibrant packets with their simple easy names. 

Ella’s Kitchen really understands the role that all five of the senses play in getting our children interested  and helps them to discover that healthy food can be fun, tasty and cool. It helps set them up for healthy eating habits that will last them a lifetime.

The Stage 1 Baby Food range, for babies from 4 months, contains 100% organic fruits and vegetables. Absolutely nothing else added, not even water. Pure undiluted goodness. Squished into a super convenient, handy, resealable pouch. Just perfect for weaning and perfect for little tummies just starting out on their solid food journey. No added sugar, salt or water, no additives, or thickeners, no gm, no gluten or wheat, dairy or lactose. No lumps or bits and nothing artificial.


The Baby Brekkie range Stage 1 (from 6 months) has no added sugar, salt or water, no additives, no thickeners, no gm, no gluten or wheat, No lumps or bits and nothing artificial.



Stage 2 Baby Food is ideal for the growing baby from 7 months on. The delicious organic, meals are perfectly balanced and are a great way to introduce your little one to the wonderful world of flavours like meat, dairy, and protein. The new flavours and textures are designed to encourage your bub to start to chew as their tiny tastebuds get used to the new flavours. No added sugar, salt, no additives, no thickeners, no gm, no concentrates or juices. No big lumps and nothing artificial. Contains naturally occurring sugars and nutritious organic food for growing babies.



Master 3 tried out Ella’s Kitchen Smoothie Fruits range. This is basically just 100% organic fruit, squished up and put into a pouch. It really goes without saying that they contain no added sugar, salt or water; no additives or thickeners; no gm, no gluten, wheat, dairy or lactose, no lumps or bits, nothing artificial.


Josh absolutely loved it. Master 5, Miss 8 and Miss 10 of course just had to try it out too. It was a huge hit all round. Kids just love these squeezie and easy to hold pouches. It is a lot of fun for them and of course great for me. No washing up! I know what they are eating is healthy and only helping them to thrive.



Ella's Kitchen promises to always be honest with their communications, put children’s needs first, and believe that it is better to pass on values rather than money to our precious children. They promise to never put profits first, never add sugar or salt, or E numbers or GM products. Please have a look at their other promises to you here.

This company has high standards and high morals. Their daughter Ella and brother Paddy have helped every step of the way and have been crucial to Ella’s Kitchens' development.

For more info please have a look at their gorgeous website. If you become a Friend of Ella’s Kitchen you can get offers and freebies too.

All their goodies are available at Coles Supermarkets.

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Now Closed - Monique, the winner has been notified Thank you!

This gorgeous limited edition up-cycled lunch bag filled with Ella’s Goodies could be yours to share with your children.



Just answer:  What is Your Child’s Favourite Fruit?

Like Ella’s Kitchen on facebook.

Like A Welcoming Hearth’s facebook page.

Giveaway will run until Monday 26 August, 2013 at 10pm

I will choose a winner via Random.org

Competition is only open to Australia.

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This is such a beautiful prize. All the best everyone!


Melanie


34 comments:

  1. At the moment my daughter is absolutely loving the new seasons yellow nectarines, they are big, juicy and oh so sweet tasting!

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  2. It's always watermelon in our house - any time of year!

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  3. My toddler LOVES Mandarins, I think she thinks mandarin segments are lollies! She gets super excited when she sees me get a Mandy from the fridge! She east 2 easily and I'm sure she would eat more then that!

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  4. DS1 has recently been able to eat bananas (he is fructose intolerant) and it is a double win - he loves them and they are a great, filling, healthy snack. He does love strawberries more, but they don't love him.

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  5. Blueberries - she can't get enough.

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  6. I have Liked Ella’s Kitchen on facebook.

    I hve Liked A Welcoming Hearth’s facebook page.

    My little one is a fan of pears & his favourite book is TOO MANY PEARS.

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  7. bigger one is in love with apples, little one has only had banana but it's his favourite food

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  8. Gemma westacott Blair

    My little man loves cut up grapes at the moment, or mandarin with the skin/pith taken off. (He's only 10 months)
    My daughter loves berries - especially strawberries from our garden.

    AAF of both fabulous pages!

    Gemmawestacott (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  9. Strawberries - we go through punnets of them!

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  10. I already like both FB pages :) All my children pretty much love all fruit (except rockmelon for some reason). My 16 month old adores kiwifruit, while both my boys fave fruit would have to be blueberries (which is a bit of a bummer as they are usually so expensive!). Thank you! Monique

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  11. Ive just started my 5 1/2 month old baby girl on solids and she loves apple and banana

    saekae@bigpond.net.au

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  12. Grapes are the favourite in our household, there is no mess, they are perfect bite sizes and the portability makes them a great snack food on the go!

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  13. My boy loves apples. An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

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  14. Banana puree which is varied by adding different types of fruit to it e.g apple, berries, kiwi, pear, peach, plum and even avocado.

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  15. Bananas. One of her first words were na-na!

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  16. Dora loves blueberries - she calls them strawberryberries - not sure why :)

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  17. I'm already a liker of both pages :)
    My little monkey loves bananas!

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  18. I like both pages on facebook.
    We are very lucky to live near Strawberry farms, so my little bub has been relishing eating these by himself. We have one messy but happy little eater!

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  19. Watermelon is by far my kids favourite!!
    Kim
    galwayst@hotmail.com

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  20. Grapes are my little man's favourite, and my little girl who has jus started solids loves pear!

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  21. Lady AB likes all sorts of berries - makes for some interesting poos :)

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  22. All three of mine are addicted to watermelon. Our green waste is mostly the skin!

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  23. My little girl loves banana. Healthy fruit for healthy kid.
    Like both pages.

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  24. Grapes are the go in my house, has to be red and big always!

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  25. Avocado's are my daughters favorite at the moment.

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  26. At the moment watermelon is my little mans favourite. After having his tonsils removed earlier this week he hasnt been eating or drinking as much as normal, but he is loving watermelon.

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  27. Strawberries are my son's favourites.

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  28. Banana's are both my childrens favourite fruit!

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  29. My eldest loves strawberries, youngest loves apples!

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  30. Strawberries they are gone as quick as i buy them

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  31. like both pages on facebook as mellie jane

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  32. watermelon...........and they always sing the Justine Clarke song
    "I love, you love watermelon"

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  33. MANGO! Just like her Mum!

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