For Aisha baby food review and giveaway
What we got from For Aisha
Our youngest Arran is 8 months and he just loves his food. We’ve been weaning him for a few months and couldn’t of asked for an easier ride. He’s been a absolute delight and loved everything we’ve made or given to him. So when For Aisha offered me the chance to review some of their amazing looking baby foods I couldn’t pass up the fantastic opportunity.
The box arrived a few days later and I was pleasantly surprised with the beautiful packaging and the quality of lovely products we’d been given. In the box was around £50 worth of food and baby accessories. An Arctic White cotton edged blanket, Arctic White cotton bandana bib, Arctic White cotton knotted hat, 6 x For Aisha stage 2 pouches (7+ months) and lastly 4 x For Aisha stage 3 meals (10+ months).
All the stage 2 pouches and the stage 3 meals came in an amazing variety of ingredients, flavours and meals. Some of Arran’s favourite were the Jamaican Jerk Chicken with mango, Mild Curried Chicken Dahl with lentils and the Shepard’s pie with lamb and aromatic spices.
The For Aisha range is currently stocked in all the high street supermarkets including ASDA, Tesco and Morrisons. I did a little bit of digging and couldn’t find any other baby food brands that offers the variety of flavours and meals that For Aisha did. So naturally I was very intrigued as to how they would taste and how Arran would enjoy them.
The taste test
As I’ve mentioned Arran has a complete breeze with weaning so we were hoping that new flavours wouldn’t deter his progress. So day 1 we went straight for the Jerk chicken with mango stage 2 pouch to see how he’d get on. I’ve got to be honest, for a baby food I was surprised by the aromatic smell and all the amazing flavours. However, it tasted delicious and he ate the whole pouch no problems. Phew…
Day 2 was exactly the same, he ate them quicker than I could feed them to him. Every pouch smelling and tasting as delicious as the last.
Within no time we’d finished all the stage 2 pouches so decided to try him with one of the stage 3 meals. Baring in mind these are recommended for 10+ months and Arran is only just 8 months. The meals were slightly thicker than the pouches. However, I wasn’t too concerned as I knew he’d managed similar consistency foods before. As I suspected he loved these, but did struggle to finish the extra portion size as well as a pudding. The consistency wasn’t a problem for him at all, he manages to chew and swallow the bits without any problems.
So all in all as you’ve read Arran absolutely loved the For Aisha range, so much so that we’ve actually bought more for him. No doubt these will be devoured just like the rest of the meals.
Now here comes the exciting part. I’m also running a giveaway and offering one lucky person the chance to win the whole bundle of goodies from For Aisha.
- An Arctic White cotton edged blanket
- 1 x Arctic White cotton bandana bib
- 1 x Arctic White cotton knotted hat
- 6 x For Aisha stage 2 pouches (7+ months)
- 4 x For Aisha stage 3 meals (10+ months).
That’s nearly £50 worth of delicious food and accessories to be won. All you need to do to be in with a chance to win is follow the simple instructions below. You can enter up to 9 times plus an extra entry every day for sending a daily tweet. Good luck!
Disclaimer: we received these products for the purpose of this review, all opinions are our own.