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Get your kids eating healthy in 2020 with Yumble

 

Do you have a picky eater in your home? Oh! How I remember those days. Our daughter was a picky eater (she still is). She gets that from my husband. He’s a picky eater too. Thankfully my son has never been a picky eater, and I’ll pretty much eat whatever you put in front of me (except olives and celery – yuck!).

As a mom, I have always strive to feed my kids wholesome, healthy, kid-friendly meals. I’m grateful that my kids would eat spinach, broccoli, chick peas and other not-normally-kid-favorite foods.

I was fortunate to be a stay at home mom. I honestly don’t know how busy, working parents are able to prepare meals for their families. I especially don’t know how they make their meals “kid friendly.”

Let me introduce you to Yumble. Yumble is a weekly food subscription service that offers wholesome, healthy, kid friendly foods that already cooked. All you need to do is pop them in the microwave for a minute or two. Talk about a convenience.

Yumble is not a new service. Yumble has been around for a while. It’s been around since 2017. It’s grown by leaps and bounds. They were even featured on Shark Tank. 

Yumble meals cost approximately between $6.99 – $7.99 each, which includes shipping. Yumble meals are complete meals, meaning you don’t have to add anything more to  them, unless you want to.

PHOTO SOURCE: Yumble Kids Facebook page

Yumble has meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They even have a snack popper option (they are really good too).

The meals are made with kids in mind. Yumble takes the foods that kids love, and offers them in a healthy, more wholesome way.

Each meal is pre-portioned for kids. There is no weighing or measuring. Simply pop the meal in the microwave to warm it up, serve and watch your child gobble it up.

Yumble gave me the opportunity to try out their service for a month. While it’s true that my kids are older than the target demographic, I personally cannot eat large meals. I had surgery and I can only eat small meals. Yumble’s meals actually worked out well for me. I felt full and satisfied after each meal. My kids even tried out some of the meals too and loved them.

Here are just a few examples of the meals you’ll find on the Yumble website.

Classic Cheese Ravioli
With organic tomatoes in a veggie packed marinara sauce

Snack Poppers
Protein-rich grain plus flax seed for fiber and Omega-3

Chicken Mozzarella
Organic chicken in a veggie packed organic tomato sauce

Savory Meatballs & Veggies
Made from NAE Beef and our veggie packed cheese sauce

Handmade Pizza Pocket
With freshly picked green chickpeas and organic corn

Turkey Sausage & Eggs
All-natural and gluten-free with over 20g of protein

 

The menu changes often, so you always get a nice variety of meals to choose from. You can pick and choose the meals that your child likes the most.

By the way… the Turkey Sausage & Eggs pictured above was one of my most favorite Yumble meals. Mmmm!!!

I know that often foods look a lot prettier on websites, and that the real food doesn’t look anything like it. That is not the case at all. Yumble foods look just as delicious in real life as they do on the website. Here are some examples.

Chicken Mozzarella (the nuggets in my photo are grouped together, not separately link in the website photo).

Handmade Pizza Pocket

Savory Meatballs & Veggies

Snack Poppers (I cut one open so you can see the inside of it).

Turkey Sausage & Eggs (in the Yumble packae) before it’s cooked. There is cheese inside the eggs.

Yumble also sends along some goodies (depending on your subscription) such as the blue bowl and blue eating utensils seen in the photos above. They also send along cards to help inspire dinner conversations, a bento box and a special “mat” that keeps the food dish from sliding around on the table (or high chair).

The food is made fresh, and it tastes fresh when you eat it. They do not taste like frozen foods. They taste like you just made it yourself. That is one of the reasons why I love Yumble. The foods are not just tasty, they taste fresh and homemade too.

Because the food is made fresh, it doesn’t last long in the fridge. They are prepared for your little one to eat the week they are shipped to you. If they cannot be eaten during that week, you might want to consider freezing them.

If your New Year’s resolution is to eat healthy, why not include your child as well? With Yumble, you know your child is not only eating food they love, but foods a meet a parent’s approval.

If you are interested in learning more about Yumble, or if you would like to give it a try for yourself, visit Yumble.com.

You can set up a subscription for one child (6 meals), two children (12 meals) or 2-3 kids (24 meals), per week. You can also cancel at any time if you are not satisfied with the food or service. Be sure to check out Yumble on social media too (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).

What do you think about Yumble? Do you think you might want to try it out with your child?

Kimberly

*I received free food in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

About Kimberly

Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.