Monday, 8 August 2016

Summer fruit fun with the Fruitypot Famiy

We've been big fans of Fruitypot for a while in our house. Our kids love the fruity goodness, and I love how easy they are and how much they love them!

In my kitchen at the moment I have mandarin oranges in jelly, and peach and pear in fruit juice.  Our son loves the mandarin, and toddler girl happily munches her way through a peach and pear pot (and slurps the juice).

All single Fruitypots come with a handy spoon, so they're great for lunchboxes and picnics.  The lids are very secure but easy enough for our seven year old to remove himself, which makes them ideal for school lunchboxes.

I love that both these pots are suitable for vegans, vegetarians and coeliacs and don't contain any added sugar, colours, flavourings or preservatives.  Winner!

The best thing about these little pots of loveliness though, is that the kids love them.  Maybe other kids consider an apple or a banana an acceptable pudding after dinner, but mine will rarely let me get away with fruit alone.  Not with Fruitypot, which they'll both happily accept as a snack or dessert - no biscuits required!

The Fruitypot family also contains the handy squeezable jelly pouch, JellySqueeze.  These pouches of jelly are made with fruit juice and again contain no artificial colours, preservatives, artificial sweeteners or added sugars.  Our kids absolutely love them, and were very happy to find JellySqueeze and ice cream as a dessert option at Center Parcs recently!

Fruitypots are available in seven different variants. In fruit juice there is: pineapple, peach and pear, apple, and mandarin.  In jelly: peach, tropical and mandarin.  Fruitypot is available to buy in Asda.
Jelly Squeeze comes in strawberry and orange flavours and is available from Amazon and Ocado.  My local Farmfoods store stocks both very regularly too, and at 3 for £1 is a bargain!

You can find out more at the Fruitypot website or follow Fruitypot family on Twitter or Facebook.

Let me know what you think of Jellysqueeze and Fruitypot - which flavour would you try?

Disclaimer: I was asked by the Fruitypot family to blog my thoughts about these products and was offered a competition prize for a lucky reader as thanks.  All words and thoughts are my own.

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