A Review of Little Dish Go Gos


I have a confession.  It’s not something I am proud of.  I was once a smug mum.  I know, it’s horrible.   In my defense, I was clueless and didn’t know any better.


I was smug because the big one loves fruit.  grapes, apples, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, you name it, he eats it.  I never had to worry about his 5-a-day.  I may have even bragged about his fruit-eating habits.  Now before you decide we can no longer be friends, let me tell you that karma well and truly caught up with me in the form of this little super hero..


Little Dish


Yes the little one will not touch fruit or indeed vegetables of any kind.  In fact he doesn’t each much at all.  Unless it’s a cake.  That boy loves cake.  I spend my days convincing myself that potatoes (even in the chipped form) and baked beans count as his healthy quota.


When I was asked by Mumsnet if we wanted to try Little Dish Go Go’s, a healthy biscuit snack, I jumped at the chance.  Little Dish Go Go’s are mini wholegrain oat biscuits that contain flax, chia seeds and protein.  There are no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives, or refined sugar. They have a wheat and dairy free recipe.


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The ingredients ensure a slow release of energy rather than a crash and burn situation.  And let’s be honest, no one wants to be around a toddler on a sugar crash!


The Biscuits come in 3 flavours, ginger, vanilla and raspberry.  You can buy them as individual bags for 65p* or a box of 5 packs for £2.50*


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They are really convenient for on the go, and there’s enough in the bag to fill them up without ruining dinner.  For me it’s a great go to snack to grab for the change bag, and gives me a healthy option for my rather non-fruit eater.  


The little one loved them.  So did my other superhero, the big one!  Because you know, as per sibling rules #27:

Younger siblings cannot try anything independently of elder siblings.  Elder Siblings maintain rights for exclusivity on all new things entering the home, until they have been deemed okay by the elder sibling to share with any younger siblings.


Little Dish


You can find out more about Little Dish and their range of healthy food for kids on their website, littledish.co.uk



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