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Miniscoff - Organic Food For Children Review

25 August 2016


Over the past year we have tried so many different foods for little J as he can be quite fussy. One minute he likes something the next he doesn't. It can be hard to give him a balanced meal every evening as the look of vegetables sometimes makes him push his plate away. I do like to make meals from scratch but as little J is in bed so early sometimes its impossible so I do reach for something easier.

When Miniscoff sent us some meals to try I instantly liked the look of them. They looked healthy and very appealing to children as their range includes Shepherd's Pie, Spaghetti Bolognese and Chilli.

I know some parents don't like to give their children ready meals as general opinion is they are high in salt and sugar to make them taste good. I have them thoughts too but after reading online about Miniscoff and checking their ingredients I was pleasantly surprised.

No preservatives, artificial additives, colourings, fillers, GMOs, sweeteners, reconstituted meats, unnecessary sugar or salt.

Plus all Miniscoff meals are 100% organic.


Like I said earlier little J can be very fussy so I decided to try the spaghetti first. He 'scoffed' the lot, sorry for the pun but it's true.



Over the month little J managed to try all the different meals and I have to say they went down really well. With a cooking time of just 4 minutes in the microwave or 20-25 in the oven they are handy to have in the freezer for those days when you just don't have the time to make a meal from scratch. 

Miniscoff now have a range of stir in pasta sauces which is a great addition to the range.

*****

What We Loved

100% Organic

No Unnecessary salt or sugar added to the meals.

Great to know for on the days you can't make a meal your child can have a healthy balanced meal in just 4 minutes.

Range of meals are very appealing to children - lots of family favourites. 

The meals kept their texture. Some ready meals come out of the microwave very watery and runny. Miniscoff actually looked like a fresh home cooked meal.

Little J loved them all, even the Chilli.

What Could Improve

At the moment only available from Ocado, however you can buy in bulk online but this does mean you have to pay postage costs. 

*****

To view the range and read more info you can do so online by visiting Miniscoff




*we received the Miniscoff range for the purpose of this post. All thoughts, opinions and photographs are our own*

16 comments:

  1. these sounds great to stock up on - love that they are 100% organic. It's quite rare to find x

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  2. These look fab! Perfect to keep in the freezer, will have to hunt them out next time i do an Ocado order! xo

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    1. I don't usually shop at Ocado but will make a special trip I think

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  3. They look really delicious! I'd give them a go myself!! lol. x

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  4. I love how kids food is getting better and better. I'll keep my eye out and I hope that they roll them out across other supermarkets soon :) x

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    1. Yes, i'm hoping that they pop up in other supermarkets too.

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  5. Ooh I've not heard of this brand before but am always on the look out for emergency back up meals to have in the freezer. They sound great!x

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  6. These look delicious certainly one to try

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  7. They sound good, I give my kids ready meals now and again but these ones sound really nice for them

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  8. I'll be honest I ain't a fan of prepacked meals at all but these are very appealing. No salt/sugar and organic... I'll have to keep an eye out for them in my local

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  9. These sound good. I don't tend to do ready meals but always handy to have a few and for back ups!! xx

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