Friday, 30 September 2011

Review: Little Dish

I was given the opportunity by Small Steps Media to do a review on Little Dish children instant meals.

I felt a bit guilty serving A instant meals instead of home cooked food, but after looking at the product information, I felt alot better!

About the product:
  • £2.49 each
  • Fresh and 100% natural ingredients
  • Chicken and beef is free from antibiotics and growth hormones
  • Vegetables are tested for pesticides
  • No added salt or sugar
  • No additives or preservatives
  • Suitable for home freezing
  • Suitable for 12 months+
  • Available from Tesco, Sainsburys, Waitrose and Boots
  • 11 different varieties

My review:

A said that she liked the food, and even thanked me for cooking after! Haha I did feel guilty for taking the credit. I tried them before serving and I really liked the Salmon & Broccoli Pasta Bake. It is very creamy, and smelled absolutely gorgeous.

The Monty's Favourite Spaghetti and Meatballs was alright, a bit on the bland side for me, but it is a children's meal after all! A said she liked it. She doesn't normally eat meatballs but she ate everything. I just noticed that they are doing a promotion on this. You get a 25p off voucher for your next purchase on any Little Dish products included when you buy this new flavour.

The Cottage Pie smelled nice and you can see that they were very generous with the ingredients.

The portions are just right for lunch for a 3 years old, and you can always add a bread roll on the side for dinner if it wasn't enough. It's perfect for busy mums as it's quick and healthy. £2.49 is a bit expensive but comparing to fast food meals it's really nothing.

Disclosure: I was given 2 vouchers for free Little Dish meal by Small Step Media to email them a shorter review. I was not paid by them or Little Dish in any way to do this review; all opinion are honest and my own