Thursday, 2 October 2014

Primula Kids Cheese - Review

Trying to get Rocket (4.5) to eat different foods is a nightmare, truly! Anything with sauce on he has turned his nose up at and for the last 2 years (although getting better now) we have had a fight to get him to eat anything other than chicken nuggets!

Primula have bought out a squeezy mild cheese just for kids that has reduced salt and added calcium.
I was a little worried about using it as I thought it wouldn't get a second look by the four year old but it was a fun challenge!

Primula wanted us to experiment with recipes and see if we could come up with different ways of incorporating the cheese into dinners.

We set about making 'Easy Peasy Squeezy Cheezy Broccoli Pasta' as named by Rocket!

First we cooked the pasta and the broccoli together and strained off the excess water, then I told Rocket he was the chef (which he loved) and he has the job of squeezing the cheese into the pasta whilst mummy stirred! Then he helped put it in a bowl and he proudly told his dad that he had cooked it all by himself and to my utter disbelief he ate the lot!

Whats even better is that Bee, who is now 10 months old happily ate a bowl of the pasta too and I don't have to worry about what hes eating as its incredibly mild and has no added nasties to it!

We also have the Primula kids cheese on toast and sandwiches, its so versatile - I think it's definitely something we will continue to stock the fridge with and it gets a 10 out of 10 from Rocket! (and mummy;) )

Here are the Ingredients:

Cheese (50%) (Milk), Water, Concentrated Skimmed Milk / Whey (Milk), Modified Starch, Emulsifying Salts (Potassium Triphosphate, Sodium Polyphosphate, Tricalcium Phosphate).  

Allergen Advice

For allergens see ingredients in bold.

Additional

Natural Source of Calcium
Naturally High in Protein
Thumbs up from Rocket!
Contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
Gluten Free

Pasteurised product suitable for mums to be

You can find Primula Kids Cheese in the following stores:


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