Ella’s Kitchen launch a yummy Christmas dinner for little ones

Ella's Kitchen Christmas dinner

by motherandbaby |
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Deck the halls (and the pantry!) because Ella’s Kitchen has launched a Christmas Dinner pouch, meaning little ones can enjoy their very first taste of Chrismas.

The clever pouches contain a scrummy festive meal complete with turkey, cranberries, veggies and all the trimmings (even sprouts!) meaning everyone can indulge in some foodie fun.

New mums can breathe a sigh of relief at the prospect of less cooking on the 25th.

These also encourage little ones to try a variety of vegetables during weaning, which will help them grow to love veggies for life.  Every new taste is an adventure so don't be surprised if your little one pulls lots of funny faces! It doesn't mean they won't accept and learn to love them, it’s just really new.


Along with the goodness on the inside, the pouches also do good, because for every pouch made, a meal is donated to a UK family in need.

From the outset, Ella’s will donate at least 100,000 meals through the new partnership.

Wowweee. Race you to the checkouts!

Ella’s Kitchen’s Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner pouch is suitable for little ones from 7 months and is available in Asda, Tesco, Boots, Ocado and Ella’s online shop now. RRP £1.50 (130g), with a 25p donation to FareShare.

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