Toddler Meals; Pitter patties
I get lots of companies reaching out to me to taste test there treats! It is hard to pass up ones that sound so yummy… and this one was not a disappointment! My kids absolutely loved Pitter Patties’ muffin shaped frozen entrees.. It is an all-natural, kids’ frozen food company, Pitter Patties™, I find it tough trying to figure out lunches for school and delicious dinners, while I try hard I can’t be perfect all the time and thanks to Pitter Patties I have a fast meal and can feel good about it.
These are fully cooked muffin shaped casseroles that you simply pop in the microwave to warm before serving!! Yammy Chicken–a sweet combination of hormone free chicken, yams, apples and whole grain brown rice Pasghetti–a tasty combination of whole grain pasta, savory tomato sauce and natural cheeses Zucchini Cheezini–a delightful blend of zucchini, mushrooms, natural cheeses and whole grain oats Spinach Patch–a vegetarian mix of spinach and mushrooms, all-natural ricotta cheese and farm fresh eggs.
Created by proud moms Susan Stahly and Kerry Williams, the Pitter Patties concept came to life when they realized, like all moms, the day is never long enough. “Life can get hectic juggling everyday responsibilities,” says Susan, “and unfortunately, cooking meals from scratch daily is not realistic.”
That’s when Susan began experimenting with healthy recipes free of salt, sugar and white flour. She’d bake large batches adding different whole grains and spices, divide them into individual servings and store them in the freezer. When lunch and dinner came along, out they came. To make a long story short, once Susan realized the real need for a fast kid-friendly fix like this in the marketplace, she and Kerry took a chance and created Pitter Patties!
Pitter Patties are available at select Whole Foods stores throughout California and online through Ramona’s Family Natural Grocer. Prices range from $6.99-$8.99 for a box of four casseroles. (Pitter Patties donates a portion of their proceeds to a variety of childrens’ charities.)