• 10 pasta animals filled with 3 cheeses and roasted vegetables
• Tomato and Herb dipping sauce
• A cup of milk with a Chocolate or Strawberry Sipahh Straw
• Plastic "Ripper Gripper" tongs
• a fun kids toy
Sure, they can make them fast when you order, so it's fresh, but the taste was quite horrible. The pasta was very floury, the dipping sauce was more like a chutney... the best bits were the grippers, which my son now uses to play with other toys, and the Sipahh straws which are awesome!
Overall, a waste of money, and you would find the kids better food at home. You might be smarter to stop wasting your time and money on fastfood that claims to be healthy and go home and make them something tastier and just as healthy. Kids have always believed that if it's good for you it has to taste horrible, and this just proves the point!
Random listing from 'Food'...
SWISS DELI® Spanish Chorizo is bold and spicy with a coarse texture. Often eaten as a snack it can be sliced and used as a flavoursome ingredient in paella, or in salads and entrees. It also makes a fantastic pizza topping. Typical weight is 115 grams. Pork and beef.
SWISS DELI® Spanish Chorizo is gluten free and does not contain genetically modified ingredients. If kept in controlled refrigerated storage (temperature between 0°C and 4°C) you can enjoy SWISS DELI® Spanish Chorizo throughout its (40 day) shelf-life.
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