A few months ago we were sent a hamper of products from Quinola UK and Rebel Kitchen. It was perfect timing as we were really starting to struggle with what to feed Chloe when we were out and about due to all of her allergies whilst still wanting to give her good, nutritional food and drink.
Let be start by telling you a little about the brands:
What is Quinola?
Quinola is the sacred crop of the Incas, the uber tasty, nutritious super-grain that powered the greatest empire South America has ever seen. It’s been recognised as a superfood by NASA, who have earmarked quinoa as a key food source for deep space missions.
We reviewed the Quinola Baby range here last year and were really impressed, this time we received a bundle of Quinola Kids products.
Our absolute favourite flavour was Thai Quinoa with peas, carrots and coconut milk. I say our favourite flavour because Izzy loved it, as did Chloe and I *may have had a sachet all to myself inside a pitta bread. Oh my. It tastes so good. It’s proof that ready made children’s meals can be healthy and taste like real food too.
It also comes in a Tex Mex version and a Mediterranean Quinoa with tomato, carrots and courgette.
They can be warmed to the perfect temp in just 30 seconds and we ( Chloe ) also ate them straight from the pack.
They also sell adult Quinola express packs which I’m eager to try. Find out more about the brand here.
We received a selection of KIDS MYLK
Mini Rebels make the ideal lunch box addition or after school snack.
Available in three delicious varieties: Chocolate, Banana and Orange Chocolate.
Both girls enjoyed these and we didn’t get a look in.
They also sell adult versions with flavours such as chocolate, matcha and chai. These sound pretty great and I’m going to keep an eye out for them next time I’m shopping!
Now do you fancy winning a hamper of goodies from both of these brands? Just fill in the rafflecopter form below for your chance to win:
* I was provided with a hamper of products to review for the purpose of this post.
Emma Campbell says
Good home made meals like bolognese, stew etc!
Tracy Nixon says
Homemade meals and homemade veg! I am lucky to have 4 good eaters! I was trrible as child apparently!
good harty homemade meals
Lots of fruit & veg. Gotta be home cooked too! Easy on sugar & salt.
Naomi L says
Lots of fruits, veggies and home-made dishes. I try to buy organic wherever possible but it can be expensive. Luckily, my husband’s a brilliant cook because I’m rubbish – according to my daughter, Mummy’s food is ‘yucky’. (We haven’t learned ‘tact’ yet!)
Lydia Houghton says
I like to make my meals from scratch – roast dinners, spag bol, homemade pizzas and so on, but since I have increased my hours at work I like to have a few quick and easy options in the cupboard.
laura jayne bates says
veg, fruit and meat
Miss Tracy Hanson says
We are very lucky. Both prefer fruit as snacks as opposed to chocolate and sweets and they are very open to trying all sorts of different food too. The only thing they don’t like at the moment is cabbage, so they eat healthily because we do make a lot of meals from scratch. Hubby is better cook than I am, so they like curries (although not too strong) and spag bol. Just started on stew as well. 🙂
Lynsey Buchanan says
LOts of fruit
Jackie Stevens says
As long as it’s healthy and not packed with sugar I’m easy!
Amanda Jaggard says
I like to feed my son lots of freshly home cooked meals. I struggle to find snacks that are a healthy alternative to fruit which he eats a lot of already.
Mark Chester says
Organic fresh ingredients always! The favorite in my house is slow roasted duck with all the vegetables.
barbara daniels says
lots of carrots, raw broccoli,
Jo Bryan says
Meals cooked from scratch and have always changed the variety to continually introduce them to new foods as I was a fussy eater as a child.
jodie crossley says
a variety of healthy home cooked meals
Natasha M says
lots of variety in their diets is a must.. My son is a sea food fan & loves guacamole. I only ever give them what we eat & hopefully they will grow up liking lots of yummy foods.
Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy says
I love those Rebel Kitchen drinks. The chocolate one is delicious.
Karen Barrett says
We like pasta with homemade sauces
Val Swift says
Lots of homemade dishes, my kids favourite is lasagne
Nayna Kanabar says
What a lovely products, nice competition too.
Andrew Cakebread says
Home made stuff with plenty of fruit and veg included – avoid snacking
Lesley Bradley says
Lots of homemade lasagna,baked potatoes with topping etc,plenty of fruit and veg,homemade flapjacks,bread. They love baked salmon!
Leanne Tobin says
My children will eat anything home cooked for some reason they wont eat anything processed x
Anita-Clare Field says
Looks excellent, food for toddlers has certainly come a long way since I was little !
Angela Webster says
Plenty of fresh fruit & vegetables, even if it means disguising them in recipes.
claire griffiths says
i like to feed mine home cooked food likes stews casseroles roasts etc
Tina M Holmes says
homecooked meals and lots of fruit and vegetables
Janet Dring says
6 out of 7 days, they have vegetables and 1 day a week they are allowed unhealthy food, ie pizza
Ruth Harwood says
Her faves are Cherry Tomatoes xx
Ella L says
As much fruit and veg as possible, raw or steamed.
Steven DuckDuck Purnell says
Steven DuckDuck Purnell says
silly browser went funny and i clicked submit by accident :/
Anything the sprogs call yummy 🙂 (Yummy = Fresh and home made)
Ema J Lowe says
I serve a mixture to our girls. includes things like chicken n rice, soup and bread, roast dinner, pizza, tonight they tried beef black bean (slow cooker) for the first time and enjoyed it. everything is in moderation.
frances hopkins says
Lots of new and different things
I like to try new foods however 90% of the time he likes to stick to what he knows.
claire woods says
Fruit and veg
Karen S says
Natural & veggie
leighanne palfrey says
lasagne, cottage pie anything homemade really
Gillian Hutchison says
They get a very mixed diet. Last night was pasta in a cheese sauce with veggies and ham through it. Tonight was sausage casserole, tomorrow is a roast that is in the slow cooker now and smells yummy!
Cheryl Kean says
good home cooked meals, but once a week we have a take away treat !
Barbara madden says
fresh veg and fruit of our allotment my one eats the cucumbers sandwiches lovely
Joanne Jarvis says
Anything cooked from scratch with fresh ingredients, McDonalds’s once a week though 🙂
Katherine Coldicott says
They eat a wide variety of foods. I generally cook homemade meals 5 out of 7 days such as chilli, casseroles, roasts & curry.
kim neville says
Home made food. Favourites are Lasagne, Chicken Korma, Shepherds Pie and roast chicken
Sarah Mills says
hearty stews x
Pat Stubbs says
Food made from scratch – they love chilli best
Mark Chamberlin says
As much salad as I can get them to eat.
tracy sinclair says
Lots of fruit and vegetables x
Sarah Franks says
We love doing tuna huac instead of tuna mayo – chop cherry or baby plum tomatoes, squeeze in some lime, and mash some avocado in with a dash of olive oil (season with salt and pepper to your tastes) and mix with the tuna – so tasty, healthy, and filling! YUM! None of us can get enough of it!!
Sarah Franks says
I mean tuna GUAC not huac! Not sure how auto-correct managed that one, lol!
Martina Alban says
mainly greens and fruit
daniel pol says
Kristy Brown says
I’m lucky as my kids are not picky so we have a lovely home made meal everynight which is always healthy with plenty of fresh veggies or salad
Emily Knight says
Lots of stuff with hidden veg!
Eleanor Powell says
thankfully my kids are good healthy eaters so a plate of veg doesnt bother them
Maria Jane Knight says
Colourful, unprocessed foods.
pamela gossage says
Fresh and not processed foods
Emily Jayne Phipps says
What ever he will eat! He’s great with traditional meat and two veg! lots of carbs too for energy x
Victoria Prince says
Anything homemade 🙂
pauline black says
Pasta, sausages, steakpie, soup , stew and jayden loves a Sunday roast!
chirag p says
lots of veg
Stacey Melia says
They love cous cous so would love to try this!
Sam Bresnahan says
We eat all kinds of food. I make a lot of slow cooked food in my slow cooker.
My kids also love cous cous!
I like to feed them healthy fruit, veg and protein. What I can get them to eat is another thing entirely!
Andrew Seaman says
I try and give them a balanced diet
Nancy Bradford says
My daughter loves finger food so we feed her lots of raisins, cut up apples, etc.
Natalie Crossan says
lots of dairy fats, nuts, meats, fruit and veg x
Chantelle Kemp says
Fruit & veg, they cant get enough! 🙂