Ella’s Kitchen was founded by a dad that wanted to give his daughter the very best. He believed that his little girl, Ella, and her generation should have the opportunity to eat better quality food, all while discovering that healthy foods can be fun, tasty, and cool. Ella’s Kitchen takes yummy natural ingredients and pairs them with packaging that really speaks to children. Their cool flavors, colors, textures, and even product names really appeal to little ones, pleasing all of their senses.
Ella’s Kitchen recently sent me an assortment of products to review and I was ecstatic to try them out. My little guy has just recently mastered the squeeze pouch and I couldn’t wait to see what he thought about Ella’s Kitchen!
Ella’s Kitchen breaks their food down into 3 stages: Ella’s 1, Ella’s 2, and Ella’s 3. Ella’s 1 starts with their first tastes and includes super smooth purees starting at 4 months (and dairy starting at 6 months). Once your little one reaches Ella’s 2 at around 7 months they’ll start exploring more flavors, textures and proteins. Ella’s 3 introduces your little one to even more textures so they can start using their new teeth, starting at about 10 months.
Ella’s Kitchen makes it really easy to identify which products are right for your little one. The stage and recommended age minimums are displayed right on the front of each package.
You can see from the photos that he loved the Ella’s Kitchen pouches! They are perfect for small hands and the combinations of fruits, veggies, yogurts, and grains they’ve put together are imaginative and tasty! I love that they’re 100% organic and that I can toss a few of these in my diaper bag and hit the road. No need to lug around glass jars, bowls, or utensils. You can even freeze these pouches and send your little one off to daycare or school with a cool lunchtime slushy.
The wubba also really enjoyed the other snacks and meals that Ella’s Kitchen sent, especially the Nibbly Fingers. They’re packed with whole grains, fruits, and veggies (and just a tiny bit of concentrates or refined sugars) and are perfectly sized for little hands. They come individually wrapped so they’re perfect for on-the-go snacking.
Overall, I would definitely recommend Ella’s Kitchen products and I’ll certainly be purchasing them in the future.