Hipp Savoury Pouches {Review}

When buying baby food from the supermarket I tend to go for pouches rather than jars. Not only do I think the pouches are much easier when it comes to storing them but also for convenience when out and about, and even at home.

Hipp have launched their savoury pouches and sent us 4 to review. Unfortunately when we were sent the pouches Harry had just come out in chicken pox and his appetite seemed to suffer so we weren't able to try the pouches until later on.

Harry is still a bit funny with lumpy food and can choke and be sick with it so I was glad that we were sent 2 of the 4+ months pouches.
Potatoes, carrots and beef and Carrots, cauliflower and peas were easily digestible and full of flavour. I love how easy they are to prepare too. 

 Each pouch contains up to two vegetable portions of your baby's 5-a-day!

With having two boys to feed, plus myself and my husband sometimes dinner time can be a nightmare so when I am faced with a product which makes this time easier for me then I can't help but love it!

Squeeze the required amount of food directly onto a spoon or into a clean bowl for feeding.

The Creamy Potato and Leek Pasta and Scrummy Spaghetti Bolognese also didn't disappoint. Although Harry initially seemed to struggle with the small lumps he soon got the hang of it (this isn't a critisism of the food, it's just down to Harry's development with food)
The Creamy Tomato and Leek Pasta contains up to one vegetable portion of your baby's 5-a-day and the Spaghetti Bolognese contains contains up to two vegetable portions of your baby's 5-a-day which is obviously very reassuring for every parent.
Again these pouches were easy to prepare and saved me lots of time.

Each pouch also contains rapeseed oil which is a natural source of Omega 3, essential for babies development.

The Hipp Organic Pouches are available to buy via the Hipp Website.. I think the cases of pouches is a fantastic idea and great value for money.

We were sent 4 pouches for the purpose of this review. All words above are honest and my own.

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