Cooking for kids when cooking isn’t an option

Kidfresh healthier microwave mealsThe terrible twos have started early in our house and feeding time is often the catalyst. So imagine my skepticism about putting a healthy, well-balanced meal in front of my 21 month old and expecting positive results. But thanks to a brand new line of foods made for kids, there may be some hope for all of us lost in the frustrating land of chicken nuggets and fish sticks. 

Brain child of NYC local dad Matt Cohen, Kidfresh meals were developed by with a top chef and a pediatric nutritionist a la the Jessica Seinfeld method
of hidden veggies and natural ingredients. Having had great success
with their popular concept store in New York City, Kidfresh decided to
extend their reach, making frozen versions of their kid-friendly meals available
in supermarkets everywhere.



While the meal selection isn’t wildly diverse– 4 of the 6 being pasta– or
exciting to a grown-up palette, I am excited that Kidfresh frozen meals are 100% natural,
loaded with veggies, and packaged in chemical-free recycled containers.
And, most importantly, my daughter loved them.



Not a bad back up to keep on hand when a home cooked meal isn’t possible– which unfortunately can be often around here.-Stephanie M


Visit the Kidfresh website to find a retailer near you and to download a coupon for $1 off any Kidfresh meal. Bon appetit!

Stephanie M.

Stephanie Mayers is entrenched in the kindie rock industry, a former gallery manager, and a self-proclaimed foodie who doesn’t get out to eat much. (Darn you, parenthood.)

1 Comment

  • Reply May 20, 2011

    Anne

    My kids love this during breakfast. :)

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