Wednesday 12 August 2020

(Ad - Gifted) A healthy lunch box treat - Nim's Kids Fruit Crisps!

In less than a month our kids could be back at school for the new school year. I know things are going to be different because of Coronavirus and having to social distance. My youngest has already said that she wants to take a packed lunch so she doesn't have to sit in the dining room at school.

I have been looking for different things to add to her packed lunch box and was recently asked if we would like to try some Nim's Kids Fruit Crisps.

Nim's Fruit Crisps were created by a mother frustrated with the lack of genuinely healthy and great tasting snacks. She set about creating a snack that would taste great, be as natural as possible, be nutritious and affordable too! That's how Nim's Fruit Crisps came about.

Nim’s are made using the fruit, the whole fruit and nothing but the fruit (or veg), skin, core and pips intact, sliced and air dried to perfection.

Each pack of Nim’s 1 ingredient fruit and veg crisps retains much of the nutritional content including fibre and vitamin C and counts as 1 of your 5 a day. At between 36 - 78 calories a pack, the multi-award winning crisps are the perfect healthy snack for any occasion for adults and children alike.

Perfect Pineapple!

Made with 100% pineapple these Perfect Pineapple crisps are sweet, tangy, delicious, all the flavour with none of the juice or hassle of peeling a pineapple!

I liked these I have a sweet tooth and they were really sweet. Ellie was not that keen, she thought they were too tangy. She did say they really do taste like pineapple though. (obviously. lol). I think she expected them to just have the flavour and not actually be 100% pineapple.

Amazing apple!

Made with 100% apple these delicious apple crisps offer a stimulating, scrumptious bite and crunch in every mouthful.

Now Ellie was a fan of these despite first not liking the look of them. Once she got past that she ate the packet in about 5 minutes. She said it was like eating an apple but more fun. She has asked for some more of these for her packed lunch. I much preferred the pineapple one's but it is all down to personal taste.

These are a great healthy swap for traditional high fat crisp varieties and with them being one of your 5 a day they are a great alternative to putting fresh fruit in a lunch box especially when the weather is still warm. The crisps seem like a treat but are actually good for our kids.

Nim’s are free from everything but great taste and natural goodness. They are made in a nut and gluten free factory and all of their products are allergen free. They are also certified Vegan, Kosher and Halal. 

Nim's Fruit Crisps are available in most places you would expect to find snacks like this including Waitrose.

We were sent the Nim's Kids Fruit Crisps free of charge in exchange for this blog post.

1 comment :

  1. These sound delicious and something alternative you can put in a pack lunch X