Tuesday, May 21, 2013

NurturMe Organic Dry Meal Pouches Review & #GIVEAWAY @NurturMe






Being a Mom of a toddler and pre school aged daughters I am always looking for new ways to sneak in veggies and fruits


My kids are not super picky but I like to make sure that they get the recommended daily servings of fruits, veggies, grains and such.


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NurturMe, the first and only family of certified-organic, dried fruit and veggie meals, is expanding their award-winning line of organic dried baby food – including the introduction of a 100% quinoa rice cereal alternative, a new line of blended NurturMeals organic dry meal pouches that combine delicious and nutrient-rich fruit and veggie flavors, and a new line of bite-sized organic 





Party of 5 was sent the medium infant feeding pack to review. Since 4.0 is not here yet to test these out, I mixed some in the girls foods and they had no clue. I like that I can sneak some added nutrition into their meals.


Brand new to the NurturMe family, NurturMeals Blends bring together nutrient-packed superfoods such as green kale, quinoa, squash and banana to delight developing taste buds with creative and delicious combos. Available in four flavors – Squash, Bananas and Green Kale; Sweet Potatoes, Oatmeal and Bananas; Peas, Quinoa and Apples; and Carrots, Raisins and Sweet Potatoes – each pouch yields approximately 4 oz. of prepared food. NurturMeals retail for a suggested price of $1.19 per pouch for Singles and $1.49 per pouch for Blends.




Also, some good recipes to make with NurturMeals too including the Banana Smoothie here http://nurturme.com/all-recipes/ and any of the NurturMeals flavors are great to mix into smoothies.



Big nutrition designed for little hands, NurturMe’s new Yum-a-Roo’s organic dry toddler snacks are made from bite-sized pieces of fruits and veggies that easily dissolve in the mouth. Tasty and good for little ones ages 1 year and older, Yum-a-Roo’s are extra nutritious since they contain veggies, in addition to fruit, and are dried – a NurturMe process that preserves the nutrients, freshness and flavor. Kiddos love the taste, and parents love that there’s 1.5 servings of fruits and/or veggies in every pouch. Yum-a-Roo’s are currently available in two flavors Tropical Twist (Banana, Mango and Pineapple) and Caribbean Crop (Pea, Banana and Pineapple), and retail for a suggested price of $2.99 per each .75 oz. resealable pouch. NurturMeals and Yum-a-Roo’s are certified organic, gluten-free*, non-GMO and kosher, with no added preservatives, sugars or salts – only the good stuff. All NurturMe products are made in the USA from specially selected organic super fruits and veggies that are lovingly harvested and quick-dried in order to preserve freshness, flavor, phytochemicals and other nutrients. Good for baby as well as Mother Earth, NurturMe’s organic dry meals are packed in recyclable materials made with wind energy, leaving a smaller carbon footprint on our planet than the other options found in the baby aisle. From the soil to their spoon, each earth-loving, lightweight NurturMe pouch provides added convenience and peace of mind.




Olivia absolutely LOVES the Yum-a-Roo's Carribean Crop


One Winner will receive the Medium Infant Gift Pack! 





4 comments:

Tara Oliver said...

Ooo yum! I'd love to try the tropical twist with my kiddos.

Elayna said...

The [Bananas, Oatmeal, And Sweet Potatoes] Sounds good enough for me to eat! Strange blend... but sounds healthy.

Rhian said...

I want to try the Tropical Twist

novascotia32 said...

Definitely the tropical twist!