Thursday 1 November 2012

Little Dish Pasta Range Review

Little Dish sent us some meals last week for Dylan to try and we have had the perfect opportunity for him to try them out.  I have been busy organising and packing this week and cooking him a proper meal at the end of the day has been the last thing on my mind.  The handy bags of  filled pasta take only a few minutes on the hob and can be served straight out of the saucepan!  I have found however (and Dylan agrees) that they taste better with a little sauce and we have been making an easy tomato sauce using a tin of chopped tomatoes with a few herbs for seasoning.

The range has two choices, Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli (my favourite) and Tomato and Cheese Tortellini.  They come in the perfect size for little mouths and although they are aimed at slightly older children, Dylan had no problem demolishing a bowl of them!  The packs can be open for a couple of days which is good as there is more than enough for two meals in each bag (although not if
Mummy is sharing with you!)

The bags retail at £1.99 which is slightly more expensive than the adult versions you can find but you can rest assured that Little Dish pasta has no added salt and includes hidden veg making the meals much more suitable for the little people in your life.  

If you want to get your hands on some of theses lovely pastas then you can find them in Waitrose or Ocado now.  We love little dish as there are always those days where you need something quick, easy and nutritious for your toddlers and we will be buying more of these meals.

little dish pasta, baby pasta, baby tortellini

Disclaimer:  I was provided with some Little Dish meals for the purpose of this review however all thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. We are big fans of the new pasta range and I must admit to eating them too!

    1. I don't like the idea of feeding Dylan things I wouldn't eat myself so it only seems fair! X


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