Little Dish review

Little dish are a UK based company who specialise in nutritious meals for little ones aged 12 months plus. Little dish work with the best suppliers and only use 100% natural ingredients in all of their products, never adding salt, sugar or preservatives. Each and every one of their products are fresh, healthy and packed full of goodness.

I’d heard lots of positive things about Little Dish so I got in touch with them and asked if I could try and test some of their tasty meals with my little one.

I was so happy when they said they would send me a package in the post filled with Little Dish goods!

Here’s what we recieved:

1 x Little dish baked beans

1 x Little dish macaroni cheese

1 x Little dish spaghetti hoops

1 x Little dish tomato soup

2 x mild korma cooking sauce

1 x Little dish bib

1 x Little dish wooden spoon

I had never tried the Little Dish meals before but after trying them with Kory we are both now big fans of the Little Dish range!

Kory especially liked the Little Dish macaroni cheese, it was so creamy and full of flavour. The Little Dish mild korma cooking sauce was great as I’d never thought to try Kory with curry as the sauce we normally use at home isn’t mild enough for him but we served him up his own portion of curry using the Little Dish mild korma cooking sauce and it was a hit! Mummy also had a taste of the Little Dish tasty tomato soup and it was very yummy!

What?! It’s for big kids too!

You can find Little Dish at Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and most other leading supermarkets.

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Thank you Little Dish for sending me some of your products to try with Kory. I will definitely be purchasing more in the future!


* Please note, I recieved these products in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. *

2 thoughts on “Little Dish review

  1. That wooden spoon is so cute! The korma also sounds yummy. I’ve saw their products myself whilst food shopping but never thought to try them. Gives me an idea to give them a go. I have a very fussy toddler so I wonder if he’d eat them too!

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