With Autumn looking like it's finally on it's way, I'm so excited to go on some autumnal adventures! What is the one thing you cannot leave behind when going out with toddlers though? Snacks!
We recently received a fantastic hamper full of goodies from Aldi. Their Mamia range isn't something we've tried before, as (much to my disappointment) we don't have an Aldi close by. We were therefore thrilled to try them out - although I did have to hide them prior to our trip, as the little ones were eyeing them up as soon as they saw them.
So armed with our treats we headed out to the park for a morning walk.
Of course it wasn't long before Indiana was asking for a snack. Do two year olds ever stop eating?
Aldi Mamia’s baby food is award-winning and prices start at just 59p! The range includes everything you'd need for snacking on the go like we did, or even if you're at home - fruit and savoury pouches, rice cakes, fruit pots and even flavoured spring water.
Rice cakes are always my go-to snack of choice. They're so easy to pack and I feel like they're pretty healthy. These raspberry ones were a huge hit and were exactly what Indie needed. They're 100% organic and even Jack said they're tasty.
My two were baby led weaned so we never used pouches or purees as meals. Fruit pouches are the perfect snack however as they're healthy, quick and convenient! I like to use them as an alternative to yoghurts as they are *usually* less messy.
The water is something we really loved. We struggle to get Indiana to drink water, so this flavoured spring water is a great alternative on days out - especially when you know they're using lots of energy so need to drink.
It can be drank straight from the bottle (we would usually dilute it if at home), so there's no need to remember extra cups either!
The snacks gave the children enough energy to continue our adventure, and kept them going until lunch time. I just wish we had an Aldi closer as I know we'd use them regularly if we did. Just like we'd use Aldi Mamia nappies, as I know just how good they are!
This post is an entry for BritMums #MamiaDaysOut Linky Challenge, sponsored by Aldi Mamia