I’ve always love the simple pleasures of a bowl of pudding. It was one of my favorite snacks as a kid. Back then my mom would make the pudding from little box packets, combine with milk and heat on the stove. Then it was poured into our “fancy” smoke gray Tupperware dessert cups with lids and into the fridge for what seemed like an eternity before it solidified enough for me to dig my spoon into one. I could only imagine what the sugar, fat and preservative content was back then in the late 70s and early 80s, before people and food companies became more aware of ingredients!
Ever have one of those days (or weeks) where nothing seems to be going right? You’re running late from work, errands or school and your kids are so hungry that they are turning into little savages right in front of you? The last thing you need or want to do with cranky, hungry kids is start cooking them a healthy and balanced meal from scratch. You need to something to satisfy their hunger quick! I’m not a big fan of drive-thru since those meals are usually loaded with trans fat, salt and sugar, a triple dietary whammy for kidlets, so it was a good thing I found Kidfresh.
Kidfresh is a healthy, convenient and affordable brand of kids’ meals that are available in the frozen food aisle of the supermarket. Now, usually when I say the words “frozen dinner,” the last thing that comes to my mind is healthy, but Kidfresh meals really are!