Jingle this Christmas with Ella’s Kitchen‏

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This year Ella’s Kitchen has teamed up with “Save the Children” and has created something really special for our little ones. It is coming in just in time for this Christmas.  The new Christmas Dinner pouch.

From the sale of each Ella’s Kitchen jingle belly Christmas Dinner pouch, 30p will be donated to “Save the Children’s award-winning Families and Schools Together programme (FAST)” which promotes the importance of family meal time and the positive impact this can have on little one’s development.

FAST aims to build stronger bonds between parents, schools and communities to make sure children get the support they need to fulfill their potential at school and in life.

The scrummy limited edition jingle belly Christmas pouch is suitable for babies from 7 months onwards and includes turkey with all the trimmings which are potatoes, broccoli, parsnips, carrots, cranberries and even sprouts. My little lady will certainly enjoy this even at then 10 months. She would be still too young to eat the normal Christmas Dinner we would have, so I am delighted to be able to get this and she is not left out in any way.

The pouch is available in store since September and can be bought at Asda, Boots & Sainsbury at a cost of £1.39.

Disclaimer: I was sent two pouches for the purpose of this post and to raise awareness for this project.

20 thoughts on “Jingle this Christmas with Ella’s Kitchen‏

  1. We are huge fans of Ella’s Kitchen range and I think we may purchase an emergency pouch of this for Christmas Day .Rowan is 16 months old but he’s awfully picky with his food and I can’t see him wanting to eat a Christmas dinner with us so we may have to cheat a bit and have this as a back up.

    It’s great that Ella’s Kitchen has teamed up with Save the Children, they are a great company for working with charities.

    Laura x

  2. Ahh these are such a cute idea for little ones! I`m definitely going to pick one up for my little fella. Hes just about old enough to perhaps have some of our xmas dinner mushed up, but just incase (he struggles a bit with lumps) i`ll have one of those in – thanks for letting me know about them!
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  3. They were probably yucky years ago but they have improved a lot. How I know that is because Matthew used to get jars but now Chloe is getting those pouches daily. Tastes the same to be honest. I think what most parents puts them off is the price. But the time of buying these and cooking dinner for a 3 year old and a 9 months old is a huge difference.

  4. Ah yeah everybody has a different opinion on them. I prefer them to jars.They are handy and quick.

  5. I have never fed either of mine a jar or pouch of food simply because they taste yucky, in my opinion. this does sound delicious though and I know over the years the tastes have become a lot nicer.

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