Rhodes Squish Review plus WIN

Have you ever celebrated a toddler eating just 1 spoonful of food? Or jumped up and down, made weird noises or stand on your head and do 100 cartwheels just to get that toddler to taste something new? Well, you’re not alone. I’ve done that and more 3 times over and I was so relieved when I discovered Rhodes Squish (and even more so when Harper tried it and loved it).

The Rhodes Squish pouches are convenient and easy to use. Harper can now suck the puree straight from the pouch but before then, I just used to squeeze a little bit into a spoon and feed her. They are 100% natural and contain no nasties. There is no added sugar, salt, colorants, maize starch and flavorings.

Yoghurt Squish

Rhodes Squish has now added exciting new fruit and veg yoghurt purees and ready-to-eat jellies, adding to its popular 100% fruit and vegetable puree and 100% fruit and veg pressed juice ranges. The Squish yoghurts are made from 100% fruit and vegetables with double cream yoghurt, not yoghurt powder.

I don’t think you’re ready for this jelly

There’s more, Rhodes Squish has introduced four new ready-to-eat jellies. The jellies are free from gelatine, colourants, flavourings and preservatives, and are made with fruit puree. Harper loves the Mango and Rooibos jelly and gobbles it up within minutes. You won’t go wrong with Squish for a fuss-free, easy to use snack for your baby and toddler.

Do you want to stop stressing over meal times or cleaning up bowls of food that was thrown by your toddler? You can win a Squish hamper with a Zoku slushie maker for some awesome slushies, milkshakes, and smoothies.

How to enter
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Leave a comment telling me what lengths you’ve gone to to get your baby/toddler to eat.

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Terms and Conditions

1. Closing date for entries will be 13 March 2019. After this date no further entries will be permitted.
2. You must reside is SA in order to qualify for the prize.
3. Your prize cannot be sold or redeemed for cash.
4. Winners will be drawn via a Random name generator.
5. The winner will be notified via email and has 42 hours to claim their prize. If the winner cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 2 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.
6. Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified.
7. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.
8. Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.

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7 thoughts on “Rhodes Squish Review plus WIN

  1. Anusha Naidoo says:

    Bribery lol
    Little Evelyn loves Strawberries or an ice lolly
    And To get her to eat a meal a few strawberries or a ice lolly is used to encourage her to eat her meal.
    This trick works well as she gets a favourite treat if she eats her meal.

  2. Cirsten Van Den Heuvel says:

    I’ve gone so far to get my fussy boy to eat even blending corn with gensqaush making fritters out of it and blending pumpkin making pumpkin shaped doughnuts said they just doughnuts it worked.

  3. Sharleen says:

    I give our grandson my phone so he can watch something while I shovel food into his mouth😁 it works for now

  4. Melishia says:

    I’ve tried it all! Weird noises like animals, vehicles, making up little rhymes. Fancy decoration. Getting little ones to help me prepare meals. Swapping meals for nutritional snacks. Heck I’d do cartwheels to get my kids to eat sometimes…. My oldest is four and thankfully his eating habits have improved. Middle child is two and half and sprouting molars, she’s also refusing to eat regular meals and has now taken a liking for her 6 month old sisters baby purees… Gosh.. 6 month is pretty much happy to try anything she can her hands on… Lol including stuffed toys.

  5. Adele says:

    My oldest gave me a false sense that I knew what I was doing… he would eat anything and everything with no hassle (still does)… my baby – she is very strong willed! Haha! Flat out refuses to eat most of my meals. I have tried cutting into shapes, making into fritters, blending everything! She kinda will eat if I let her feed herself. She goes through stages, but always keep the fruit salad squish as my backup.

  6. Lindsay says:

    Oh gosh I had 2 very very fussy eaters and at one stage we were paying Josh to eat his food, R5 for every meal eaten! Heaven knows what Grace has in store for us, but I’d love to be prepared.

  7. Ines valenti-botha says:

    We end up putting the TV on for Milena to eat her food. She gets so absorbed in her program that she just opens her mouth. She is really skinny so I have to make sure she eats enough. Also if we feel that she hasn’t eaten enough we sneak a bottle in during the night. Especially when she is sick and doesn’t eat much

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