Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Organix Mini cheese crackers review

We were sent out some of the organic Mini cheese crackers from the Organix range to see what we thought of them.

Our tasty organic cheese crackers are a great savoury snack - made with real organic cheese, they are yummy on their own or scrumptious with a dip.  And of course they come with our No Junk Promise, which means they only contain simple, organic ingredients and absolutely zero junk!  Each box contains 4 handy bags for little hands and the RRP is £1.99 per box.


Our No Junk Promise guarantees our food is made with nothing but the best quality organic ingredients - with nothing unnecessary added and nothing important taken away.  All our foods are made with organic, tasty and natural ingredients to suit your baby's nutritional needs.  So even if you don't have the time to make your baby's meal yourself, you can still give them something that's healthy, nutritious and tasty.

The first thing I noticed on their website was their link to their allergy sheet, that in itself was a wonderful change, and makes the life of people like us so much easier, work out what they can eat before you go near the shops.

I was sent 4 packs  to taste, and the first thing I liked about them was the size, nice toddler sized packets, no hulking big 30g + of salt laden crisps you see so many toddlers consuming in their buggies. A nice small pack made for nice small hands and nice small tummies.

Also like the no junk promise, I always feel any child can go through a non eating phase but if you can make sure at that point what they do eat is good for them that is half the battle.

Fifi and I set about testing out the crackers, they contain products Bob allergic too so he sat this one out,  for Fifi it was a blind test, she had no idea what she was eating. No bear in mind these are made for toddlers taste buds which are very different than mine and a 9 year olds, who are using to eating salty junk food. I would describe them as mini cheeselets, same shape just smaller.

Fifi liked the size of the biscuits and thought they would be good for the children in the mother and toddler group ( her mum runs it and it doesnt stop for the school hols so she goes 10-12 weeks a year) but not really big enough for her. She says she thought they were plain and also said they were very dry to eat and you needed a drink with them.

I thought the taste of the cheese came through as an after taste, but feel a toddler would find them flavoured enough. For me the lack of salt was not an issue, again for the market they are aimed at this was brilliant. But like Fifi I found them very drying on your mouth 2 or 3 was all you could eat without feeling you needed a drink, they did dry your mouth out, but then I never gave a toddler something to eat without a drink anyway.

Verdict - taste wasnt quite right for adults, but a nice healthy snack in a nice size portion as part of your toddlers balanced diet, with masses of information on their website. Would recommend.

They are available to buy at our online shop, Waitrose and Boots stores and coming to Asda in March.

We were sent this product to review but the findings are our own thoughts and opinions

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