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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Drum and Freeze Dried Organic Baby Food Contest from NurturMe!



Time passed so fast and now my little guy is a regular baby food eater. I cannot even believe we are here already!! We all want to give our children the best in baby food, right? I mean in a perfect world we would all be Susie homemaker, in the kitchen making fresh baby food daily. However, this is not the reality of the world we live in. Many Moms work, and if you do stay home, that is a full time job as well. So, while researching the next best thing to homemade baby food, I ran across NurturMe. They were also kind enough to agree to send me a sample kit for review. 


Drum and freeze dried foods. Initially, I thought- hmmm freeze dried, powdered baby food- this CANNOT be better for my baby then traditional baby food. So, being a little research queen that I am, I learned that actually I was so wrong. Not only does freeze or drum dried foods taste better and retain more color, but because they are not heated to insanely high temperature, they also retain more nutrients! There are also no preservatives in NurturMe, which make a huge difference to me. Many of the flavors do not even have added ingredients, but if they do, then they are organic. Alright, I can live with that- but will it pass my little man’s taste test, and just how hard is it to make? As it turns out, not hard at all and he loves it! I simply poured it into a bowl, added a little formula to the texture my little guy prefers, and it was ready. The most important thing is that he LOVES it. He definitely had a better reaction to this then he has even had to “regular” baby food!

The awesome thing about NurturMe, is that I add it to my older sons foods without him even knowing. Even though he is six years old, he does not do so well with the veggies. He will eat any fruit known to man, but I worry about his lack of veggie intact. Not anymore. I am sneaking the veggies into him, and it makes me feel better about my mother’s!

As you can tell, I am pretty impressed with NurturMe, and just today I just received an email that NurturMe will now be available in Target!! This makes purchasing it so much easier for Moms across the country, so be on the lookout! It is also available in other big name stores such as Walmart and CVS! 


Win It: I am happy to offer a giveaway of a variety pack of NurturMe, which includes a NurturMe spoon! Please use the Giveaway Tools form to enter. This Giveaway is open to US Residents 18 and older only. Giveaway begins 8/13/13 and ends 9/2/13 at 1159pm. Chances of winning depends on entries received. 
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned item for free in order to facilitate a review. No additional compensation was received for this post. The Nurse Mommy blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. The Nurse Mommy is not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations. This giveaway is not associated with, affiliated with, endorsed by, sponsored by, or connected to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or any other social media outlets and released of any liability as such. If you have any questions or would like your giveaway featured on The Nurse Mommy, please contact Paige from The Nurse Mommy at nursemommypaige at yahoo dot com

51 comments:

  1. My son would love Caribbean Crop!

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  2. I think my kiddo would most like yum a roos tropical twist.

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  3. I think my baby girl would love the Squash, Bananas, And Green Kale.

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  4. I think a favorite would be Bananas, Oatmeal, And Sweet Potatoes.

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  5. Hearty Sweet Potatoes or Crisp Apples would be our choice

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  6. Crisp Apples would be the pick for sure!

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  7. My child would like the Sweet Potatoes.

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  8. i think my baby boy would love the sweet banana!
    caseyeve_003 at yahoo dot com

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  9. sweet potato crystletellerday@yahoo.com

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  10. my children would like the Caribbean Crop Yum-A-Roos

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  11. Crisp apples would be a definite winner!

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  12. I think Crisp Apples !!

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  13. Squash, banana, and green kale! Skara loves kale! I'm okay with it! :)

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  14. Crisp apples sounds yummy. colleenaw@hotmail.com

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  15. I think that little one would like bananas.

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  16. Bananas, oatmeal, and sweet potatoes since those are already his favorite!

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  17. crisp apples!

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  18. Squash, bananas and green kale sounds like a great combo for babies.

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  19. I think the crisp apples would be a hit.

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  20. Hearty Sweet Potatoes
    -Rebecca Lee

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  21. The Pea, Quinoa, Apple sounds yummy!

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  22. The crisp apples!

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  23. I think my child would enjoy the Sweet Potatoes, Oatmeal, Bananas blend.

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  24. The crisp apples sound good.
    bbrittbrat1398@yahoo.com Brittney house

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  25. The Tropical Twist Yum-A-Roos.

    Mallory Bailey
    mallorybailey1@gmail.com

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  26. crisp apples would win with my girl
    yanabanana70@yahoo.com

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  27. Crisp apples sounds delicious to me so I'm sure my toddler would love it.

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  28. perhaps yum crops star95011atyahoodotcom

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  29. I think the plump peas sound great! Kids would love that!

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  30. Crisp apples would definitely be a great selection! My daughter really loves any fruit
    Allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  31. I think the Crisp Apples would be yummy!

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  32. Sweet Potatoes, Oatmeal, Bananas - weird kid - always wants veggies over fruits - LOL - but he does like bananas :) LOL

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  33. Sweet bananas..my son love bananas.

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  34. our daughter loves bananas
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  35. tropical twist. Vivian
    darkeve@care2.com

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  36. crisp apples sound perfect to me.. I'm sure they'd be a hit. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  37. Squash, Bananas, Green Kale sounds tasty!

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