Finding meals that my kids will enjoy that actually hold real nutritional value can be so hard. Especially now, with everything going on in our world after a long day of homeschooling, cleaning my house, keeping up on everything else I need to do in a day. I will admit that I sometimes just don’t have the mental energy for dinner. I don’t like having that guilty conscience that I may feed my boys something that isn’t actually good for them.
When I first came across Nurture Life I was intrigued with their menu options. Everything is made from organic produce, whole grains, and antibiotic free proteins. I absolutely love that they have options for each age group. This includes babies as young as ten months old. Even kids, up to eighteen years of age. They even have options for family meals. Which is perfect after a long day at work. Or even a long day at home right now.
My boys can be some of the toughest critics when it comes to trying new and different foods. I let each child pick what they wanted for dinner the first night after receiving them. Both boys were a little apprehensive, but picked a meal. My youngest loves macaroni and cheese, so naturally he chose the macaroni and cheese meal. I took the first bite, telling him I had to test it and make sure it was okay to eat. You know, the trick parents use on any fun treat to make sure they can try a bite? I was so impressed with how well the macaroni tasted.
Both of my boys absolutely love each of the meals that they tried from Nurture Life. I tried bites of most of the things sent and thought they were delicious as well. With all the nutritious options that Nurture Life has available, there is something for everyone in your home. Why add extra stress on yourself when you can easily have these on hand for your kiddo’s to pick what they want for dinner each night.
If you would like to check out Nurture Life, they are giving 25% off your first order when using the code: LITTLEHELPERS
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