This post is sponsored by Organix.
Baby food and I are good friends. For both my kids, when they moved from milk to food, I made their food, from scratch. I became a whizz at making, freezing, storing, and repurposing when they wouldn’t eat it…but going out became stressful. What if there is nowhere to reaheat the food? How can I trust a baby food brand to produce the same quality that I’m making? And that’s where Organix comes in, with a whole range of “No Junk Promise” baby foods. This is my Organix fruit pots and biscuits review…with a “no junk promise”.
We like to buy the best possible food when we aren’t making it ourselves! So these baby biscuits (for ages 7 months plus) ticked all the boxes, by containing the best organic ingredients and nothing unnecessary. And… they are yummy. Master 4, he’s a fussy little guy at times, and all three flavours, vanilla, banana and strawberry are a hit with him. This is where I have to also fill you in on something…these biscuits are delish, I know because I ate some.
They have a texture which means they break rather than crumble and kind of melt in the mouth. Now, my kids are older than the demographic, but these biscuits are perfect for toddlers. Being ring shaped, we’ve had a lot of fun with them, slipping on and off fingers and trying to push different fruits through the ring! They contain no added sugar or other sweeteners and are perfect for toddlers ready to feed themselves. These are available in Woolworths and Coles and are $4.99 a packet.
Mango and apple were a hit in the fruit pots (7 months plus) here and would be perfect for bubs, mango is a favourite at the best of times here and when combined with apple, is absolutely awesome. But the raspberry and apple was also devoured with a satisfied yum at the end. The mashed apple is a really nice texture. The pots are the right conistency for bubs who are ready to move from straight puree to some with a bit of lumpiness. I’m more than happy to recommend both pots to parents looking for an easier alternative to homemade food. No added sugar or other sweeteners, just yummy fruit! These are available in four packs from Woolworths and are $5.70 a pack.
As an aside: if you’re a parent of older kids and want to send fruit slushies into school these are the ideal consistency too for freezing as have enough chunks to defrost nicely. And you know there is nothing nasty in them. They are also perfect when you have a sick older child…for example a sore throat/tonsilitis and want to encourage them to eat good stuff (don’t ask how I know that!).
Organix arrived on our shores in 2015 and are stocked in Woolworths (the baby biscuits and fruit pots) and Coles is stocking the baby biscuits. But if you’ve travelled overseas in recent years the Organix will be a familiar brand for you from the UK.
If you’re looking for baby foods and baby biscuits that tick all the boxes for clean, healthy nutritional value, then you really need to get in store and check these out!