Last year I reviewed Nim’s fruit and vegetable crisps so I was really happy when they emailed to say they had developed a children’s range. Like the original Nim’s, the range are air-dried snacks made in Britain. They are made using a unique air-drying process, to ensure they keep as much of their nutritional content, natural sweetness and beautiful bright colours as possible. No additives or preservatives of any kind will be found in Nim’s crisps. 

 

Nim's children's crisps

 

Nim’s use British fruit and vegetables where they can, sourcing only the very best quality fresh produce and using it in its entirety – including keeping the skin, core and pips intact. They are high in fibre and vitamin C, as well as being fat and gluten free. 

 

Nim's children's crisps review

 

They are the perfect way to get fruit and vegetables into the little one’s. Lucas enjoyed the pear and apple. Neither of us liked the courgette one’s and I liked the carrot but Lucas was reluctant to try those and didn’t like them when he did. The crisps aren’t as crunchy as traditional potato crisps but they do have a crisp bite to them and they remain true to the fruits own flavour.

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64 Comments

64 Comments on Nim’s children’s crisps review

  1. Absolutely love the idea of these, you feel like your being naughty and your not. They all sound amazing and i will definitely be keeping my eyes peeled for these for me and my little ones x

  2. I’m a fan of these type of crisps. I haven’t tried this brand though! The courgette one intrigues me 🙂

  3. Would love to try these with my two children. They love fruit and vegetables, so this would be an amazing snack for them x

  4. These look and sound absolutely scrumptious! It is such a change from the atypical crisps, so I can still indulge in my favourite snack but be healthy too. My girls would love them!

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