This post is sponsored by Happy Family Brands but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
My name is Sheena and my toddler doesn’t stop eating. Her tummy is a bottomless pit it seems. As much time as she spends scoping out the pantry and fridge, she may as well pitch a tiny tent in the kitchen. I’m thankful that she has such a healthy little appetite and doesn’t squish her face up at most foods. She loves to eat her way through a good portion of the food pyramid. Veggies are no exception. Kiki loves her veggies. She can often be found helping herself to one of my salads or bowl of greens.
Did you know that a whopping 93% of children don’t eat the recommended amount of veggies? Knowing that tots can be the pickiest of eaters, Happy Family is on a mission is to change the trajectory of children’s health by providing parents with nutritious snacks and meals that their children like. New to grocery shelves, Happy Tot Love My Veggies Bowls are the answer to persnickety eaters as well as busy families. These little meals are a perfect solution on-the-go or after busy day loaded with activities. Available in Cheese & Spinach Ravioli and Squash Ravioli, tots and tykes can enjoy a full serving of veggies straight out of the bowl or gently warmed up.
Yes, that’s right. Each bowl has a FULL SERVING OF VEGGIES and 3-4 grams of protein. They’re Organic and Non-GMO and are free of artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors. The sauces are sweetened with only veggies and fruits with no additional sugars. The packaging is even BPA-free. Can we talk about the packaging? It’s so stinkin’ cute! I know I’ve probably said this before but I have a thing for product packaging. I will purchase a product based on the packaging alone. These bowls are small enough to take along in the diaper bag and portioned just right for growing tiny humans. Kiki currently enjoys Cheese & Spinach Ravioli Veggie Bowls and thinks they’re “Mmmm, tasty!” We found Happy Tot Love My Veggie Bowls in Target’s baby food aisle. We’ll def be back to grab more for our upcoming summer adventures.
Do you have a picky eater or nah? If you do have a picky eater, how do you get them to eat their veggies?