Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Plum Snacks for The Bertster!


We were recently sent two boxes of new Little Plum Organic Nibbly Wafers to review from the organic baby food specialists Plum

They come in two flavours - Spinach, Apple & Kale, and Pumpkin & Banana. The flavours are lovely - they are mild but definitely prevalent…not too strong, but strong enough that you can taste them. I'm saying this from experience, as I, of course, tried some as well as Bert. 

They are similar in texture to adult Crackerbreads, if you've ever tried them - and Bert absolutely loved them…he's nearly munched through both boxes!

 Each box contains six individually wrapped portions (3 wafers per portion) which makes them such a handy snack to pop in your baby bag for your little one when you're out and about. 

They are suitable for babies from 6 months +.

individually wrapped and ready for the baby bag! 

Bert found them really easy to hold, and the best thing about them is that although they dissolve in baby's mouth really easily they don't disintegrate in his hand quickly, so he manages to eat the whole wafer, and not drop large pieces on the floor like he does with other similar snacks on the market which crumble very quickly.

Here's my wee man tucking in to his new wafters….

out and about in a restaurant chomping away on his yummy wafters!

these are great mum! 

and here's Bert enjoying them at home in his high chair at lunch time

my little wafter muncher! 

He seemed to enjoy both flavours, and they will now definitely be something I'll be purchasing regularly from now on. 

They usually retail at £2.49 per box, but are currently on offer in Tesco for £1.99 per box, so go and stock up now! 

According to a recent article in the Daily Mail online even Prince George himself enjoys Plum's organic baby food! So, if it's good enough for Prince George then it's good enough for The Bertster! 

Thanks Plum! 

Disclaimer: We were sent two boxes of the Plum wafers for the purpose of this review, but as always all views and photographs are my own. 

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