Fuss Pots Review

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Fuss Pots Review

Fuss pots from Annabel Karmel are a new ready meal for kids. Big and middle man tried out the the chicken chow mein and chicken korma. I took a risk with the korma as I have never been able to get them to eat curry, but I know they will eat spaghetti bolognase, so felt I might as well try something different.

As an adult, I can tell you they taste lovely (even if my pictures below don't look that appetizing.) The flavours are mild and they have veg combined in them too. The boys both ate the chicken chow mein, but weren't as keen on the korma (which I expected.) The portions are big and if I had thought about it, one pot would have fed both my little men (who are 5 and 2 1/2.) On an empty stomach they may have been more willing to eat the korma. The pots aren't cheap, when I went to Sainsburys they were £2.90 each. However, you pay for convenience and as they are just a few minutes in the microwave, there will be occasions when I am prepared to pay this premium for a quick dinner.

                                      Chicken Chow Mein                 Chicken Korma

After you have finished your fuss pot the packaging can be turned into a little monster, which my little monsters enjoyed, and if you buy some cress seeds (or similar) then the monsters can grow some hair too! For more information on the Fuss Pots click here.

We were given the fuss pots for the purpose of this review, but the opinions here are my own and those of my boys'.

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