Getting my girls to eat vegetables with their meals can be challenging. I recently learned about Peas of Mind, all natural products made with real vegetables. Peas of Mind sprouted from the idea that as kids begin eating solid foods, the tastes and textures they experience will shape their eating habits for a lifetime. Their products are great for health-conscious parents who want to feed their growing kids delicious meals with organic ingredients, but don’t have the time to make them from scratch. Peas of Mind products are found in the frozen food section of Whole Foods, other retailers can be found here.
My family received the opportunity to try a Peas of Mind product. My youngest daughter tried the cauliflower veggie wedgies. Veggie Wedgies, which look like french fries, come in three other flavors: broccoli, carrot, cauliflower, and apple. They come frozen and are very east to make. Place them on a baking tray and coat with non-stick spay then bake them for 10 minutes or until they are your desired crispness. I sprinkled them with a little salt and garlic salt Each serving has more than half a serving of your child’s recommended fruit and vegetable intake for a day. My daughter usually doesn’t like cauliflower but she had no problem scarfing these veggie fries down. They make a great “veggie side” for any meal. My oldest didn’t try them because I noticed they are made in a facility that produces nuts and she has food allergies. I left a few to the side for myself and really enjoyed them. I am looking forward to trying other Peas of Mind products with her.
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Disclaimer: All opinions expressed are my own. Information in italics came from the Peas of Mind website. All images unless stated are from Peas of Mind. I received a coupon for a free product for the purpose of this review.