However I think I have found a great alternative in the form of Annabel Karmel's Disney snacks. If you've been following my blog for a while you'll know that I'm a big fan of Annabel's and I used her weaning recipe book like a bible when Ava was younger. Annabel has recently signed up to be the face of the Co-operative's baby & toddler range where her range of organic baby purees and Disney snacks will be available nationwide. As a fan of Annabel's this comes as great news to me and means that I'll easily be able to pick up some snacks for Ava when I'm doing the weekly shop.
Ava was sent the Disney Fruit Apple Crisps* and the Disney Chicken Rice and Corn Snacks* to try.
The Apple Fruit Crisps are simply 100% freeze dried sliced apple in a handy bag. Perfect towards your toddlers five a day when you're out and about.
Ava seemed a little confused when I asked her if she wanted some apple and I put the bowl of fruit crisps in front of her. She enjoyed the sweet taste but I think she may have found the apple a little sharp as she didn't finish the whole pack.
The Chicken Rice and Corn snacks however were a huge hit. After a quick bite myself I found that they were bursting with flavour and reminded me of Walkers Roast Chicken crisps. They were light and crunchy, I could have easily eaten a whole bag! Ava loved them too and munched her way through a pack. Ava also loved seeing Mickey on the packets, which I think is a great touch.
The above snacks are suitable from 12 months and contain no added colours, flavours or preservatives. They are now available in Co-operative stores nationwide.
*The above Annabel Karmel Disney snacks were sent to us free of change for purpose of review. Thoughts are 100% my own
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