Kiddyum review

Lucas has recently been trying Kiddyum, frozen ready meals aimed at 1-4 year olds. Advertised as proper meals they sound perfect for when I have finished work and picked Lucas up from the childminder.

  • All Natural Ingredients
  • No Added Sugar/Low Salt
  • No Preservatives
  • No GM Ingredients
  • No Artificial Colours/Flavours
  • Made in the UK
  • Only British Meat & Dairy
  • Only Sustainable Fish
  • Truly Recyclable Packaging
  • Frozen, Locked in Goodness


Kiddyum review


Cheesy Peasy Pasta includes milk, wholewheat pasta, cheddar cheese, peas, leeks and black pepper. Lucas usually loves pasta but he wasn’t keen on this at all, I’m not sure why as I tasted it and loved it, I actually finished it off for my lunch.


Kiddyum review


Macaroni Bolognaise includes milk, wholewheat pasta, British beef, tomatoes, carrot, onion, butter, tomato paste, cheddar cheese, garlic puree, balsamic vinegar, oregano, basil, bay, white pepper, black pepper, nutmeg, clove and cinnamon. Lucas wasn’t a fan of this one either but neither was I, considering how many herbs and spices there are in it, it is very bland.


Kiddyum review


Chicken Curry and Rice includes tomatoes British chicken, onion, sweet potato, long grain rice, coconut milk, peas, carrot, rapeseed oil, tomato paste, cornflour, garlic, coriander, cumin, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, smoked paprika, mustard, clove, nutmeg, pimento, fennel, cardamon and cassia. Lucas really enjoyed this. I tasted it and I thought it could have more flavour to it, Lucas usually shares our curries so he is used to strong flavours and spice.


Kiddyum review


Cottage Pie includes potato, British beef, onion, carrot, tomato, cheddar cheese, sweetcorn, peas, swede, cornflour, butter, sage, cinnamon, black pepper and bay. Lucas and I both loved this. It tasted of traditional cottage pie but with a cheesy mash topping.


Kiddyum review

Fish and Veg Pie includes potato, milk, Alaska Pollock, Pink Salmon, carrot, sweetcorn, cornflour, leek, spinach, cheddar cheese, butter, bay, white pepper and parsley. Lucas also really liked this.


All the meals can be oven cooked or in the microwave. I microwaved them all and they took less than 5 minutes. They can be bought from Sainsburys and Iceland for £1.90 but are currently on offer in Sainsburys for £1.50 x






14 Comments on Kiddyum Review

  1. It looks really quick and easy! I should be eating this as I’m 3! Would be perfect for our little family as my folks work late and don’t have much time to prepare meals!

  2. It’s very important for children meals to be as much natural as possible and it’s great that these ready meals don’t have added sugar also.

  3. I like the concept of easy, healthy toddler meals and Lucas obviously enjoyed a fee of these. I’d be tempted to try a few with Toby xx

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