WIN Annabel Karmel's New Organic Range Of Pouches x10!

When Spud was a baby, I was browsing my local Boots store and come across a Annabel Karmel at home set which contained a cooking book and some ceramic cooking dishes of different sizes, I snapped up the set which cost £20 and made a meal for Spud that night which I didn't think could ever be possible to give a baby of his age. Annabel Karmel's products soon become a familiar occurrence in our house hold and still is used in my family with my younger nephews.

Blazing the flavour trail for babies, the UK’s number one parenting author and leading expert on feeding babies, Annabel Karmel has let little ones do the talking (well, gurgling) for her new range of Organic Baby Purees and Sauces. Britain's babies have been voting with their bibs to crown butternut squash and blueberry amongst their favourite first foods – and with over 24 years of feeding and weaning experience under her apron strings, Annabel has transformed the clear favourites into a new and nutritious baby food range.

Highchair hits includes:
1.      Butternut squash
2.      Blueberry
3.      Mango
4.      Parsnip
5.      Vanilla
6.      Peach
7.      Cinnamon
8.      Salmon
9.      Sweet potato
10.  Lentils

Annabel tested a host of flavours and food combinations on a pint-sized panel, assessing every squint, shriek and smile, to create her most flavoursome baby food range which tastes as good as homemade.

Launched in a handy pouch complete with a nifty twist nozzle, Annabel’s eight stage one and two organic purees include delicious combinations such as Fruity Apple, Blueberry & VanillaYummy Moroccan Chicken and Tasty Chicken & Butternut Squash.

The range also includes scrumptious organic sauces such as Carrot & Lentil and Tomato, Sweet Potato & Cheese – a convenient way for mums to cook up their own homemade meals and perfect for combining with fresh ingredients such as salmon and chicken.

"It’s important for babies to explore lots of different tastes when they start out on their weaning journey - and my new baby-approved range takes them on the ultimate taste adventure” says Annabel Karmel.

“Don’t be deceived by their facial expressions. If your baby makes a strange face when tasting something new, he may be reacting to the novelty of the experience as much as the new taste itself.  Try a least two or three times and you'll know if you have a hit!”

Containing all the goodness of a home cooked meal, Annabel’s new Organic Baby Purees and Sauces contain only the best natural ingredients with no added salt, sugar or preservatives.

Stage 1:  A smooth consistency and delicious flavour combinations to get accustomed to the tastes and textures of solid food.

-          Delicious Banana, Pear & Peach
-          Awesome Apple, Banana & Mango
-          Fruity Apple, Blueberry & Vanilla
-          Lovely Carrot, Apple & Parsnip

Stage Two: Once they have the hang of purees, they are ready for lumpier food with - even more flavour combinations.
-          Cosy Cottage Pie
-          Tasty Chicken & Butternut Squash
-          Scrumptious Salmon & Sweet Potato
-          Yummy Moroccan Chicken

Sauces:  Ideal for combining with fresh ingredients to create quick tasty meals.
-          Carrot & Lentil
-          Tomato, Sweet Potato & Cheese

The full range is available in Co-op and will be in Sainsbury’s late November  from 99p for a 100g pouch. Visit Annabel Karmel for more information.



I have very kindly been offered 10 of Annabel's new organic range to give away to one of my lucky readers/visitors! For your chance to win this little bundle enter the competition via the Rafflecopter below!


Good luck,
Jada x

79 comments

  1. pear - she loves it!!

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  2. Strawberry and Apple

    Eve Burke
    eve.burke@hotmail.co.uk

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  3. apple and banana
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  4. Strawberry and banana porridge

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  5. Following on email kar26_70@yahoo.co.uk

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  6. Mashed potato and mashed cauliflower

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  7. Mashed banana

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  8. Cauliflower cheese :-)

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  9. apple & banana puree - not so keen on savouries

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  10. Anything with fruit in, we are getting there (slowly) with veggie things.

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  11. apple and banana puree

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  12. tobys proud mummy toys13 December 2013 at 23:15

    mango pear and papaya all pureed with a drop of cloudy apple juice yummy I love it too xx

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  13. Banana i dont know what it is, i absloutly hate it but corey adores it :)

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  14. Banana is always a winner but tomato basil chicken is proving quite popular lately too.

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  15. My little man loves anything fruity (or sweet) Chocolate Pudding is his favourite! xx

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  16. spag bol and mash, although she loves anything with tomato - i think she just likes the orange face after ;)

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  17. Pam Francis Gregory14 December 2013 at 12:45

    Spg Bol

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  18. Loves Banana, also fond of Butternut Squash.

    Rachel Craig

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