Published on July 2nd, 2017 | 107 Views0
Review: Wild Child Kitchen for stress-free cooking for mini foodies
This spring I had to pause our Hello Fresh subscription, lower my expectations of myself and focus on finding solutions that worked for our current family situation. That situation was that I had a toddler who was climbing on just about everything and happily decorating our house with markers if I looked the other way.
It was simply not always feasible for me to prepare the dinner I wanted to make, and that’s why I was thrilled to get the opportunity to test different children’s food delivery services.
The most adventurous option of the ones I’ve tried is Wild Child Kitchen. I keep seeing the brand pop up at events and working with local companies like Miss Sophie’s Holiday Clubs, and I’ve been fascinated with what entrepreneur Natasha Lee has achieved.
Natasha’s Wild Child Kitchen delivers nutritious fresh and frozen children’s meals direct to London families. The seasonal dishes are ideal for mini foodies, and after receiving a few to try I concluded they would be spot on for adventurous little diners.
The menu includes snacks, such as apple and cinnamon crisps, fresh meals like chicken and pineapple curry with brown rice that can be reheated in a microwave, and frozen meals, including salmon and roast tomato gnocchi that can be defrosted and popped in the oven. The frozen meal menu also includes more traditional options like pies, which were the options that worked the best at ours.
In addition to having an especially interesting service for mini foodies, I like that Wild Child Kitchen uses organic ingredients where possible, gives information about some of the suppliers on the website and explains why different ingredients are good for the little ones in the menu options. I also like the packaging, which is all plant-based and biodegradable.
One to watch for busy London families with mini foodies!
Wild Child Kitchen offers meals in different sizes and the fresh meals start from £3. Customers can choose from standard delivery slots each week, and there’s an option to pay £3.50 extra for having the order in a cool box that will keep the dishes chilled or frozen for several hours