Mom Made Foods is Now At Stop and Shop!
Mom Made Foods was born after Mom-preneur, Heather Stouffer, learned how challenging it was to prepare family dinners from scratch every night, and that sometimes it wasn’t possible at all. As a result, she created Mom Made Foods because she believes in convenient meals that do not sacrifice quality or nutrition, and that kids should be able to eat delicious foods without added junk. Inspired by kids and the familiar recipes they love, we use only the freshest quality ingredients, such as organic products and meats raised without antibiotics, all sourced in the USA. The line today includes entrees, meatballs and bites, and munchies.
We had tried Mom Made Foods before but the products were so new and very difficult to find. We had to drive all the way to a health food store in order to find them. That is an hour each way. But now I can find their products at my local Stop and Shop. My son brings lunch to school everyday and his school is a special program and he is allowed warm up a meal. He loves to bring one of these meals with him to school – his personal favorite is Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs.
I have been given coupons for a couple free products from Mom Made Foods. We have tried the Bean Burritos, Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs, Cheesy Mac, Cheese Pizza Munchie and Italian Style Meatball Bites. These are meals that I feel good feeding to my children.
I do my best to feed my family, especially my children, healthy food options. However, I have an extremely busy work schedule and that is just not always possible to achieve. With the help of Mom Made Foods and Mom Made Munchies it is definitely much more possible and easier to achieve. So now we have some healthy options and I don’t have to sacrifice eating well on my busy days.
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