I received an awesome 2 week supply of baby food from Raised Real in exchange for my honest opinion. Honestly, you’re gonna wanna check this out!
Y'all, I love getting things delivered to my house. My kid already gets it, she thinks it magic when those brown paper bags show up on our doorsteps full of treats! "Momma it's FOOD!" Pair that with the fact that anything she wants to watch on t.v. is ready as soon as she demands it, and never having to listen to the draining tune of dial up internet, and I have basically stripped her of three major character building experiences and she isn't even three yet.
But, seriously, I am a convenience queen. A serious CONSUMER. Is it going to make my life easier? Is the amount of convenience that it provides worth the price? When it comes right down to it everyday we choose in all areas are we going to spend time or money? This baby food delivery service is the peak of new world parenting in my opinion and I'm not mad.
We got our first box or Raised Real last week and my oldest was so excited to check out baby sisters special goodies. Up until now she wasn't getting any goodies delivered because I was hauling my but to the grocery store to get organic fruits and veggies to bring home and peel, and chop, and steam, and puree because the produce that was getting delivered by our grocery delivery service of choice was not up to par for my bouncing, baby, bundle. We have been slowly introducing solids a few days apart for the last few weeks and we are so ready to level up. So, that brings us here.
Here's why I love it:
1. Super Convient
-It comes to you, like to your door packaged all pretty on ice! You can also have it auto ship so it’s one less thing you have to worry about ordering!
-All of the ingredients are sourced from organic, sustainable, non-gmo farms and then flash frozen to lock in the nutritions, this is a serious level up from jarred food!
-Even though I LOVE making her food from scratch so that I know EXACTLY what she is eating there are ingredients here that I just wouldn’t have added naturally, when I am introducing I am doing one food at a time and not adding the spices and butters, and you can see all those wholesome ingredients in the bag, so it’s so nice for her to get things now that she wouldn’t have.
4. More than one meal per bag
-The cost per meal is $4.75, the meal fills a standard baby food jar to the top when puréed. For us this gives two if not three feedings because she is still getting most of her nutrition from breast meal, so it’s super affordable at her age.
5. No prep
-I choose which meal for the day, use my baby food maker to prepare them. So, I open a bag, ad water, steam, and purée and it’s ready. Then I store the remainder in old glass baby jars in the fridge for another meal. Barely any dishes or fuss!
...and baby Girl’s review, she can’t keep a bib clean, and is a frequent visitor to the clean jars club, we love it.
Shauna Hyler, mommy of two beautiful girls! Working, blogging, and adventuring with the hubby and my sweet girls.