Frozen foods often get a bad rap. But Dr. Prager’s Sensible Food breaks that mold by using all-natural ingredients that you know and can enjoy. Here at The Creative Kitchen, we’ve tested and tried their Spinach Littles and have fallen in love with their natural vegetable flavor and moist texture. They are simple to make and easy to keep on hand for use at almost anytime!
From the Mouth of a Kid:
They come in fun shapes like dinosaur and stars that I can play with when I eat.
From the Eyes of a Parent:
I love that these are made with ingredients I know and recognize without artificial colors, preservatives, or fillers. The Spinach Littles bake quickly and don’t compromise on flavor. They have a good texture and my children think they are like green chicken nuggets.
Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods has a great line of kid’s products including:
- Broccoli Littles
- Sweet Potato Littles
- Spinach Littles
- Potato Littles
- Veggie Littles
- Lightly Breaded Fishies
- Potato Crusted Fishies (Gluten Free)
The Icing on the Cake:
The Spinach Littles are GMO free, certified Kosher, all natural, vegetarian, and cholesterol, trans-fat, and saturated fat free; On top of all that, they’re only 45 calories per a two-piece serving.
Time to Eat?!
Whip up a batch of Spinach Little for lunch or dinner, or pack them as a special lunchbox treat.
Mix It Up!
Dunk Spinach Littles into tomato soup for a burst of flavor. Or, chop up the littles and mix them into rice with egg, scallion, peas, and soy sauce.