Kiddylicious Strawberry Fruity Puffs - Reviews

4.3from 547 reviews

As baby starts to try out the “pincer grip” from around 7 to 10 months, they will bring food (and anything they can get their little hands on) up to their mouths.
Fruity Puffs are easy to grasp and safe for babies to self-feed.
With a hint of real fruit, they don’t contain any artificial flavourings or colourings.
We have three delicious flavours to choose from.

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Kiddylicious began in a dining room in Ealing, West London, in 2009, and is now a global, award-winning, tasty snacks and meals brand for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. It is sold in every major UK supermarket and worldwide in over 27 countries with two Kiddylicious snacks now being enjoyed every second around the world.


Alyssha avatar Alyssha VIC, 1 kid in tow
May 21, 2020
Never heard of this product before but was a fun snack for my little babe and actually quite tasty. Liked the fact they dont have added sugar or colourings and are gluten free
Ani avatar Ani VIC, 2 kids in tow
May 20, 2020
My baby loves it and wanted more! Thats how good they are! Thank you
Clare avatar Clare VIC, 3 kids in tow
May 9, 2020
Love that there is no added sugar. They're a great snack for my daughter and encourages the pincer grasp as she gets a bit older. Products that taste great but don't stain clothes are always a great go-to.
Hayley avatar Hayley VIC, 2 kids in tow
April 17, 2020
Great food for teaching babies to grasp first snack foods
Natalie  avatar Natalie WA, 1 kid in tow
March 18, 2020
Such a tasty and healthy treat for my little one. He loves them!
Veronique  avatar Veronique NSW, 3 kids in tow
March 18, 2020
Excellent snack, it is good that the snacks are small and you get quite a few in the packet, which is good for when my baby drops one then there are still more in the packet to give him.
Isobel  avatar Isobel NSW, 1 kid in tow
March 17, 2020
My son loves these snacks we always buy these and he loves them, they melt a little bit in his mouth so it teaches him to chew but not constantly enough for his jaw to hurt he can’t get enough of them
Faymarie  avatar Faymarie QLD, 2 kids in tow
March 6, 2020
They are a perfect light little snack for between meals and to teach the pincer grip and hand eye coordination for self feeding. Also good for car trips for a child sitting upright as it is pretty much a no mess snack and low choking hazard in my opinion. Also I like the no added sugar or artificial flavours.
Sarah-Louise  avatar Sarah-Louise QLD, 1 kid in tow
February 23, 2020
These are the perfect treat for a teething baby, or a toddler who is refusing food. Easy for a toddler to told and dissolve easily so chocking isn’t a worry.
Stephanie  avatar Stephanie QLD, 4 kids in tow
February 21, 2020
My daughter was very fussy one day and I offered her this product and she ate the entire packet! Never looked back
Ellie avatar Ellie QLD, 1 kid in tow
February 20, 2020
Best thing ever for babies learning to eat they melt in the mouth and taste delicious too
Nikki avatar Nikki SA, 3 kids in tow
February 20, 2020
All 3 of my children have enjoyed fruity puffs, work well as an on-the-go snack.
Nicola avatar Nicola NSW, 1 kid in tow
February 20, 2020
My son loved these, this brand has great ideas for healthy, convenient snacks on the go!
Shaylee avatar Shaylee NSW, 2 kids in tow
February 19, 2020
These are a perfect quick snack for my son who has just started solids I love that they become really soft as soon as he puts them on his mouth so there is little danger of choking.
Mary avatar Mary QLD, 3 kids in tow
February 19, 2020
This is her new favourite snack! Such an easy snack to grab and take on the go with us wherever we’re going, they’re an amazing healthy snack that I won’t feel bad giving her
Melanie avatar Melanie NSW, 1 kid in tow
February 19, 2020
A wonderful finger food for little ones.

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