I received a sample from Ella's for the sole purpose of this review
My son never really ate purees off of a spoon, but he always loved the pouch types, he would just suck them right down. We started using them around 6 months when he figured out how to suck and we haven't looked back. Even now at 21 months he has a few of them a week, they're a great way to get in fruits and veggies (which he won't eat otherwise).
We received a sample pack of 7 items to try from Ella's Kitchen.
We received the Nibbly Fingers in Mangoes and Carrots which are meant for 10+ months. I was shocked that my son liked these because he doesn't typically like mangoes and he's not a huge vegetable fan. But he devours these. They are a bit small, but are perfect along with a pouch for snack time, or along with a meal.
Then we received a Smoothie Fruit in the yellow one intended for 4+ Months as well as 5 various stage 1 mixed pouches intended for 4+ months. My son obviously loves all these. I love that some are fruits and vegetables. The fruits mask the taste of the veggies, but he's still getting some in and we all know that everyone needs balanced meals.
His favorite was the Apples, Green Beans and Raisins which totally surprised me. Green Beans used to be his favorite but then he vetoed all veggies. Maybe this will get him to like them again. He does love raisins though.
Other than that we got Bananas, Apricots and baby rice. Peaches and Bananas, The Sweet Potato and Blueberry one and Pears, Mangoes and Papayas.
Ella's Kitchen can be found in some stores like Target and Walmart, but can be bought online as well at Drugstore.com and Diapers.com.
Price: Each individual pouch is $1.89-$2.59 on their website for the stage 1. Or 7 for $12.57. $4.99 for a box of the Nibbly Fingers.
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Ella's Kitchen in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Ella's Kitchen for allowing me to review this product and for offering a giveaway