Being on board with the Organix #NoJunkJourney we’ve been sent a box of their new range of snack foods to test out, so I got Sam and Arlo straight on the case. The boys are big on snacking, and as a parent it’s a constant battle to try and get them to snack on the right kind of foods. So I was delighted to have a new set of yummies to try out on them.
They love unboxing all the samples I’m sent, so I thought I’d film them getting stuck in so you could see their verdict for yourselves.
The snacks and our thoughts on each:
Puffcorn: The boys are huge fans of popcorn, and while they quite liked the Banana flavour, it was the Sweet Cinnamon one that they really went for. The packets are the perfect size for toddlers, they’d be great for long journeys this summer!
Crispy Bars: Sam loved the Berry flavour while Arlo preferred the Cocoa & Orange. Perfect as a little after school energy hit or to put in lunch boxes.
Mini Cheese & Chive Breadsticks: A good alternative to crisps, and the type of snack to really appeal to savoury-toothed Arlo. I’ll definitely be including these in our summer picnics, the flavour’s really good.
Mini Oaty Bites: I love the little bite-size nature of these, as my boys get bored of cereal bars half way through eating them, but Arlo who doesn’t normally like things like this happily munches them as a quick hit snack. They come in a bag with two flavours – Apple & Orange and Raspberry & Apple.
WHAT IS THE ORGANIX NO JUNK JOURNEY?
Organix are passionate that we take more care with how we’re feeding our children. From paying close attention to food labelling, to making sure that children have a clear understanding about the food they eat, and of course minimising the amount of junk in their diets. You can find out more about the research they’ve done and why I joined the campaign in my blogpost from earlier in the year – Why I’ve Joined the Organix No Junk Journey
Disclosure: This is the fourth in a series of partnered posts i’m working on with Organix to promote their No Junk Journey campaign, as it’s an issue I feel strongly about and want to share with you here on my blog.