There are a wide array of flavors to try and I absolutely love them.
Above is literally only about 20 percent of what is available to try. The Ella's Kitchen range is perfect to try for your child from 4 months.
But only attempt to start your child on these foods when you see that they are ready for weaning. What I mean is, you can see that when you're eating your food they look interested in what you are eating and they are going as far as opening their mouths when you offer your food to them.
But yeah, it starts from 4 months onwards-- and there are pouches that look like this for 4 month old babies:
and they usually only come as singular flavours such as mangoes, sweet potatoes, bananas, pears, peas, carrots, and then if you want your child to get a taste of a mixture of flavours, again from 4 months, there are pouches like these:
Once you can see that they've mastered the super smooth texture, you can move them onto this kind of Ella's Kitchen pouch:
It usually starts from 6 months, but it's now 'Smooth and creamy' so these particular pouches are a little thicker than the super smooth pouches; but every baby is different, Jeremiah started eating this at 5 months; but you as the parent will be able to tell when your child is ready to move to the next level.
There are more pouches from 7 months which I can't review at the moment because I have yet to try them! But the Ella's Kitchen range is very good, and the flavours are very favourable, lots of fruits, lots of veggie selections-- it's actually inspiring me to do my own recipes!
The FULL Ella's Kitchen range is available in your local Tesco(not express, the larger ones) or Waitrose. And sometimes they run a deal where you can buy 7 for the price of 6.. so you basically get one pouch free.
But yes, give it a go and see how you get on! There are so many ranges of baby's food but Ella's Kitchen caught my interest.
Happy Weaning! x