The textures in the 7 month plus pouches were perfectly blended, no lumps for tiny mouths which is brilliant. You can either heat the contents of the pouch in the microwave or boil the whole pouch to warm it although they can eve eaten at room temperature.
I usually go for the microwave option. Leia tried a few different flavours (all of them beautiful) but her personal favourite was the Jamaican Jerk Chicken. She is becoming increasingly fussy with foods and I do try to mix it up every now and then for variety. She actually cried for more after she was finished which is so unlike her. The tastes were mildly spicy, very mildly which was just lovely and warming especially for these colder days. The 7 month pouches almost reminded me of a thick soup, perfect for this time of year! You could almost dip a slice of bread in and it would be fine as a lunch for an older baby. The Mild Curried Chicken with Dhal would be perfect for this.
Moving on to the ten month plus pouches (stage 3), the contents doubled in size & the best thing was the bigger lumps were actually mashable, with a spoon – something many brands forget to do somehow. Personally I think For Aisha’s 10 month plus range is the perfect consistency for a baby of that age.
Overall the experience was brilliant & I would recommend you giving them a try if you haven’t done. You can find them in Tesco, Asda, Morrisons & Whole Foods.
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Love, Rebecca – Leia & Kaia’s Mummy x
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