Hipp Organic Baby Food Review

Hipp Organic Baby Food Review
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Ethan is 9 months old now and we feed him a combination of homemade meals (where they’re suitable to be blended and fed) as well as jars/sachets. Over the past month or so, he’s become a little fussier with his jarred baby food, probably because he’s becoming more accustomed to blended homemade meals.

But sometimes you just need something that is quick, convenient and healthy too, so I’m always trying new ones with him and making a note of his favourites. Hipp Organic asked us to review their baby food jars, so we’ve been trying those out over the past few days.

We were sent 8 jars, which included 2 breakfast ones. It’s the breakfast ones that I was particularly interested in as it’s the mornings when we tend to be in a rush and need to get something balanced, filling but quick inside the little man.

So the Creamed Porridge Breakfast and the Banana Yoghurt Breakfast were our starting point for Ethan’s taste test!

Breakfast Time!

Hipp Organic Baby Food Jars for Breakfast

An empty jar speaks volumes!

We use the baby porridge oats you make up with formula. But when in a rush, it’s less than ideal so we usually also have a stock of pre made breakfast baby sachets.

I tried Ethan with the Banana Yoghurt breakfast from Hipp Organic as his first Hipp taste test!

His verdict?

Well, he polished off the lot and was looking for more afterwards too!

hipp organic banana yoghurt breakfast

We had the same result with the creamed porridge the next day too!

Dinners and Lunches

The other ones we’ve tried over the course of the week so far have been lunches and dinners. He’s tried:

  • Spaghetti bolognese
  • Penne with tomato and courgette
  • Sweet squash and chicken
  • Mediterranean vegetables with aubergines
  • Buttered vegetables

He’s polished them all off with the exception of the buttered vegetables which he was a little less keen on.

But, on the whole, he has been looking remarkably pleased with his food this week!

9 month old in a high chair ready for dinner

We’re sold on Hipp Organic

So jars have a few definite benefits over sachets. For a start, it’s easy feeding without a bowl. Second, they end up in your garage filled with screws or bolts or similar. Very handy šŸ˜‰

I find the sachets easier to heat up. It’s super quick to just stand them in hot water. But our son has enjoyed his pre-made meals more this week than he has in a few weeks. So we’ll definitely be buying some in.

The breakfasts were the highlight of the week for us. The Hipp Organic breakfasts both appeared to go down better than other breakfasts we’ve given him and it’s so quick and convenient too!

Add to that the fact that Hipp Organic is the only organic range of baby food jars in the UK and the ingredients are all carefully chosen for a healthy meal, and I have perfect peace of mind feeding these to my son.

All in all, a winner in our household!

Find Out More

You can find out more and join the Hipp Baby Club atĀ https://www.hipp.co.uk/hipp-organic/food-drinks.html.

 

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8 Comments

  1. 21st December 2017 / 3:15 pm

    We love organic foods šŸ™‚ even better when they are prepped for a baby for quick feeds and days out šŸ™‚ we loved the Hipp range when my twins were small šŸ™‚

  2. Kate
    21st December 2017 / 4:43 pm

    I love that these pots contain tastes and foods, like aubergine, that older children may shun. It’s great that they expose kids to such a variety of tastes.

  3. 22nd December 2017 / 10:03 am

    Oh wow he seems to be really enjoying these. We didn’t use many Purees with either but when we did we often went for Hipp as it’s organic and has some great flavours

    Laura x

  4. 22nd December 2017 / 10:57 am

    Aw he’s so cute! It’s lovely when they enjoy their food. My little ones weren’t too keen on the jars, with the exception of breakfast ones. Like you I was always happy to know they had a good balanced ‘meal’ in them in the mornings!

  5. 22nd December 2017 / 4:52 pm

    These things can be so handy if the kids will eat them, lol! My three were never really that fond of jarred foods – they made me make everything from scratch!

  6. 22nd December 2017 / 7:14 pm

    I used to feed my little ones HIPP organic baby food and they loved it. We did the same as you, a mixture of homemade and jars and pouches when we were out.

  7. Hannah
    23rd December 2017 / 3:53 pm

    I have a baby cousin that loves this brand of food!

  8. 25th December 2017 / 7:41 pm

    Looks like he’s really loving those jars! I know exactly what you mean about them ending up in the garage – my dad has loads filled with nails and wraw plugs, which he got when we were small haha! X

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