Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Piccolo Plates: Healthy Food for Fussy Eaters

I know first hand how some little ones 
are hard to please when it comes to food; 
'too green', 'too crunchy', 'not crunchy enough', 
'I'm not hungry, mummy'... know the drill. 

So when Piccolo Plates got in touch to kindly ask 
if we would like to review their homemade dishes for children, 
I promptly said yes.

A Mum in London

Piccolo Plates was created by Eleanor and Bella, 
who have a real passion for healthy, nutritious food; 
with a background in the food industry
and a degree in personalised nutrition,
they decided to offer families a helping hand 
with cooking healthy food that the kiddos will enjoy.

Piccolo Plates' menu features 
a variety of utterly scrumptious classic dishes, 
like fish and cottage pie, cod goujons, butternut squash, and risotto.

All dishes, costing £5 each and providing 2 servings, 
are made with the freshest ingredients, 
do not contain added salt or sugar, 
and are packed with vegetables and natural flavour. 

A Mum in London

The dishes, which are delivered for free across London, 
are chilled and only need to be warmed up in the oven.

We were kindly sent the whole menu to taste 
and I can safely report it went down a treat 
and the kids kept asking for more 
{our favourites were the cottage and fish pies}. 

And, if you are like me and secretly dream of the kid's fish pie, no problem! 
Bella and Eleanor can make larger portions for adults, 
more jazzed up with herbs and spices. 

In a nutshell: a perfect way to get the little fussy eaters 
eat their greens and ask for more!

Piccolo Plates, all dishes cost £5 (two servings)

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  1. Oh! How handy are those? And not too badly priced for £2.50 a serving.

    1. And they are delicious *I may have eaten a serving or two!


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