Regular readers of my blog may remember when I promoted Nim’s crowdfunder campaign last year. Well I am pleased to say that they reached their target and have launched their new kids range. And I was very happy to now receive some free samples of the Nim’s kids range to try.
I received one pack of each of the kids range as follows:-
The boys shared the packs with me, so that we could do the taste test together. The apple and pear flavours were declared very popular all round. Son1 also enjoyed the carrot crisps, but son2 who is very fussy about what he will try, had already made his mind up that as he doesn’t eat fresh carrot or courgette, that he wouldn’t enjoy these. Meanwhile I enjoyed them all.
And I love that Nim’s Kids Crisps are 100% natural and are air-dried, not fried. Each pack is equivalent to 1 of your 5 daily portions of fruit and vegetables. They are fat, gluten and dairy free and are suitable for vegans and coeliac sufferers. They retain fibre and vitamin C. They are made in the UK using British fruit and veg where available.
Plus Nim’s have pledged to donate 1p from the sale of every pack of its kids range to the Hope Children’s Charity.
Nim’s Kids Crisps are a great healthy snack either to send with the boys to school, or to have when I pick them up after school, or just at home.
Nim’s Kids crisps are available online with a current RRP of 75p per pack and are also stocked at some local independent retailers, cafes, garden centres and farm shops.
Meanwhile, as I had courgette crisps going spare, I decided to experiment, by breaking some into smaller pieces and sprinkling them on my salad just before serving. They gave it a lovely crunch boost.
Plus I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway a full set of the kids range of Nim’s Fruit and Vegetable crisps to one lucky winner and a full set of the original range to a second winner. To clarify, there are currently 4 flavours in the kids range and 7 in the original range.
a Rafflecopter giveaway – Please click on the link to enter.
And you may see my other giveaways here.
I’d love to hear what other flavours you think should be included in either range? Son2 previously suggested apricot.
Or let me know your recipe ideas using any of the flavours.
Disclosure. This post is a review of products I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.