Early Foods Ragi Choco Jaggery cookies Review

This post is a part of my quest for healthy snack search for Zo.

This is a travel friendly snack

In the life of Moms of Toddlers like me, it already is a big challenge as to what to feed the kids that is not harmful, full of chemicals, preservatives and stuff that we can’t even pronounce (Try Potassium Nitrate, Iso-Ascorbic Acid, Sodium metabisulfite)

Early Foods Organic Ragi Choco Jaggery Cookies and other snacks from Early foods contains organic ingredients and are devoid of chemicals. I also liked the fact that it contains a mix of dry fruit powders.

Early Foods Organic Ragi Choco Jaggery Cookies
Early Foods Organic Ragi Choco Jaggery Cookies
Early Foods Organic Ragi Choco Jaggery Cookies
Organic Ragi Choco Jaggery Cookies

So coming to the Ingredients and price:-

What it claims:

Recommended for little ones who are ready for all grains & nuts. Best if they have 1-2 teeth to chew. If not, you can always dip in milk to help them bite.

These cookies are made from organically certified whole Ragi, Organic Jaggery, Indian grown cacao powder, superior quality dry fruits & seeds that add natural vitamin and mineral supplements to your child’s diet. 

Contains ~14 pieces.

Why Moms love Early Foods:

  • Made from ancient Indian Super Foods
  • We make really small batches of food each day. So you can always feed super fresh meals.
  • Grandma inspired recipes, simple, healthy with minimal processing
  • No Sugar or salt. 
  • No Preservatives, colours or artificial flavours. All Natural

What’s Inside:

Organic Whole Wheat Flour (23%), Butter(23%), Organic Jaggery(15%), Organic Ragi Flour(10%), Organic Amaranth Flour(10%) ,Dry Fruits (Almonds, Pista, Cashews, Dates, Walnuts, Watermelon Seeds), Milk, Organic Raw Cacao Powder(2%), Rock Salt & Nothing else.

Contains No Refined Sugar, No Baking Powder, No Soda, No Raising Agents, No Egg, No Preservatives or Artificial Flavours used.

This Product is 100% chemical free.

How to feed? Let your little one bite into the snacks if they have enough teeth. But if they find it hard to bite, dip it in milk or water to make it easier to consume.

Weight : 150g| 5.29 Oz ( contains almost 14pcs)

How much? : 199/- INR

My Experience:

Packaging:

The cookies are packed in a parchment paper and then packed in clear plastic. Carton is a box carton.

Taste:

These cookies are jaggery cookies and thus they are not very sweet in taste.

It majorly tastes of Jaggery inspite of the fact that these are choco cookies but i am sure it is quiet healthy.

Baby might love these cookies to chew on if they are teething. Small babies can be given these crushed in milk like cerelac.

Texture:

Perfect for teething babies to nibble on.

These cookies are good for travel as well. Just put it in a good Tupperware box and carry it in your purse.

I have tried the Organic Multi-grain Sattu Maavu Jaggery Cookies as well.

The Ingredients are: Organic Whole Millets Flour (Ragi, Bajra, Foxtail, Proso, Kodo), Whole Wheat, Moong Dal, Cow Butter, Organic Jaggery, Dry Fruits (Almonds, Walnuts, Dates, Cashews, Pista, Watermelon Seeds, Sunflower Seeds), Milk, Cinnamon

The Organic Multi-grain Sattu Maavu Jaggery Cookies taste majorly of Cinnamon.

VFM: I found it somewhat costly, but the ingredients justify the cost.

Overall SR Rating : 4/5

Taste: 2

Value: 3

Ingredients: 5

Ease of use: 5

Appearance: 5

Packaging: 5

Shelf life: 5

Will i repurchase??

Yes, but in some other flavour.

If you liked this Review, or if you have any more ideas on what snacks toddlers may like, do leave a comment.


Disclaimer : The opinions expressed about the products I review are from my personal experience only.  I also do not get any monetary compensation to review any product.

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