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Heinz Baby Pouches (Review)

 We are a family that loves to be out and about but with two kids under 5 can be difficult.
You can’t always find a place to warm the food you are caring with you or buy appropriate children food in restaurants.
The age difference between our kids is 3 years and a half so they obviously eat different kind of food. While Kara can eat proper adult food Anastasia need more mushy and soft food.
This is why when we were contacted about trying out the new Heinz baby pouches we didn’t hesitate at all.
Ever since Kara was about 7 month old we started using the pouches type of food and we found them a lot more convenient then the jars. To tell you the truth i don’t think we used jar foods more than once or twice. 
For Anastasia it was the first time she ever tried food pouches and she was a bit surprised by the taste of it but shortly she grabbed the pouch and start sucking out of it. She enjoyed all the fruity ones along with Kara. Yes Kara had some too although we told her they are for babies normally. 
But at the end of the day i can’t see any harm in her eating them although on the pack it says they are u to 36 month.
I don’t think it took more than a couple of days to eat the fruity ones.
Like i was expecting none of the girls really enjoyed the vegetable ones. 
Kara only asked what it has in it and then said:
“Mummy you know i don’t like vegetables!”
And Anastasia only took a couple of spoons after which she started shaking her head in refusal.
As you can see from the image above out of 10 pouches we only have left the vegetable/fishy/meaty ones.
Like with the previous pouches i think we will buy and try again the fruity ones as they are definitely like them but with the vegetables ones and meaty ones i will keep only to add to pasta dishes as a sauce.
Do you use baby food pouches with your kids?

Disclaimer: We were sent the Heinz pouches to review. All opinions are our own and no payment was received in exchange for this post.

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