One of the NY resolutions I am determined to keep this year is to get a bit more organised. In everything. To remember to pack the goggles for the swimming lessons, leave extra time to get places, to find half an hour once a week to sit down and call friends afar and to clear my inbox of 138 emails that have been patiently waiting for my attention. Rather than haul Little A and Little B round the supermarket I have also been trying to do the majority of my food shopping online. Coming back to an empty fridge and freezer after a weekend away is not the most welcoming. My freezer, however, is currently stocked with a rather nice little stash of scrumptious kids food which means I haven’t had to resort to the usual fish fingers and waffles recently.
Just before Christmas I had a delivery from a kind of elf. Well the perfect elf if you have run out of time to batch cook for the freezer and want to give your Little Ones a change of scene from the usual frozen food aisle culprits. Welcome Fed by Ned. Organic, seasonal and homemade food aimed at the Littler market is just the ticket. There are purees for teeny tots, and rougher textures for those over 7 months. I rather tentatively put the Mild Salmon Curry in front of Little B and she wolfed the lot. Certainly proved to me that I need to be more adventurous with her diet. Fed by Ned is perfect to have in your freezer for when you forget that weekly shop and also a dream to pop in a cool bag to take with you for weekends away.
All in the detail:
Fed by Ned, click here for menu
Delivery is to your door and is free on orders over £50
Makes a wonderful present for anyone weaning their Little One
They deliver to: Islington, Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham, Wandsworth, Lambeth and the City of London.
Not in London then check out Kiddie Cubes for something similar but in cube form.