The Britmums #ChileanEasyPeelers Challenge

My four year old loves fruit.  And thank goodness because getting vegetables into him is a daily battle! Most days he will enjoy a banana, strawberries and raspberries and an apple and he’s quite particular about this so I’m always looking to increase the range of foods he will try. We were delighted to take part in the Britmums #ChileanEasyPeelers challenge and when we received a box of delicious mandarins I couldn’t wait to offer these to the boys.

What is wonderful about these mandarins is that, as the name suggests, they are easy to peel, meaning they are fantastic for lunchboxes or for a quick and handy snack. They are a great source of water and a great provider of essential nutrients and vitamins!

My little boy started school this year and as anyone with school-age children will know, the morning routine can be something of a challenge. My little boy often tends to ask for quite a lot at breakfast; once he’s had cereal he will then ask for toast, a yogurt, a banana, rice cakes and raisins… the list goes on! So I was more than happy to be able to offer him one of the healthy and nutritious #ChileanEasyPeelers and because he was able to peel it himself this meant I was able to carry on with the many daily tasks, making the morning chaos a bit more manageable! They are also perfect for his  after school snack, and sweet enough to satisfy his sweet-tooth. I love them!

This post is an entry for the BritMums #ChileanEasyPeelers Challenge, sponsored by Chilean Citrus Committee.

1 comment

  1. Great to hear how you got on - commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part