So if you’ve followed me for a long time, you know that Little miss used to eat a TON of veggies, but now she’s pretty particular. I’m confidant it’s a stage, because lately she’s been branching out into at least trying new things – and that’s where it starts, right?
Regardless, I was pretty happy to find out about Kidfresh frozen meals. It’s hard to find healthy frozen meals that children will eat. Kidfresh has no artificial ingredients, flavors, colors or preservatives. Never ever. Meets USDA and FDA federal requirements for “all-natural”. No compromise, as simple as that. They also incorporate veggies into all of their meals, so even if your Little One doesn’t realize it, they’re getting some veggie goodness! That’s definitely a win in my book. Here are some of the great things about Kidfresh:
- Good or excellent source of protein, rich in vegetables, vitamins, iron, calcium, fiber and more.
- Moderate in sodium, fat, saturated fat, 0g trans fat, and less than 400 calories
- BPA-free and Phthalate-free bowls
- Kidfresh is a proud sponsor of Save the Children
I’ll definitely be using these meals on some of our busy days! You can find them at select Publix stores in Florida and Georgia. There is a store locater here. At our Publix they were with all of the other natural food meals. Our Publix had the Muy Cheesy Quesadillas, Wagon Wheel Mac + Cheese, and Spaghetti Loops Bolognese. Little Miss picked the Quesadillas to try, with real cheese and a whole wheat tortilla. They also have carrots hidden inside! I tried her quesadilla, and it was really good. I know we’ll be getting more of the quesadillas and the mac and cheese as well!
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I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Kidfresh and received Kidfresh coupons and products to facilitate my review, coupons to giveaway, and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.