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DIY babyfood just got a little easier and more affordable with Squooshi reusable food pouches.  Now you can prepare healthy homemade baby food, store, freeze & serve from the same container.   Our freezer safe pouches are the same price and size as freezer cubes so its a no brainer.  Skip the freezer cubes and go straight to the pouch.  Hooray!


When my son was transitioning to solids, I made most of his food.  I cooked in large batches and would store in cubes, then thaw cubes out in a bowl of warm water and then transfer to a bowl. This wasn't difficult but it would have been nice to have one less thing to do as a mom with a new baby.  Now you can skip the cube & bowl/spoon situation and just fill a pouch, freeze, and grab and go when you're ready. Super easy to just throw in your diaper bag and let thaw.  When you are finished feeding your babe, just cap it and throw back in your bag.  It will easily wash up by hand with a bottle brush and warm soapy water, or rinse and place in the top rack of your dishwasher.  


Did I mention you can also label the contents?  Well you can with these dissolvable labels. Our labels dissolve with a bit of warm water and a scrub so you don't have to spend time scratching old sticker glue off.

Here are a few features of these little cuties:

  • Portion, store, freeze & serve homemade baby food all in one squeezable, refillable pouch

  • Ideal for storing batches of homemade baby food 

  • Easy to fill, easy to squeeze, easy to wash.  These pouches are even dishwasher safe!

  • Baby safe & non toxic - Pouches are eco friendly, feature a non choke cap and are free of BPA, Lead, Phthlates 

Each pouch holds 2.5 oz.  (same as a jar of small baby food)

With this special BOGO sale, we'll send you an extra set of 4 pouches for free!   Shop Now.

 

Now, get cookin'! 

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    masi:

    Hi,

    i purchased two kits and am needing help. If i freeze the pouch do i warm the food in the pouch? First time mom :-)

    October 24 2014 at 05:10 PM

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