Re-Usable Food Pouches For Savvy Moms

Weaning can be a bit of a pain at the best of times. Constantly cooking, blending, freezing and then unfreezing. Just to repeat it all again week after week. And it seems to never end! Now thankfully there are a number of containers out there for freezing easily. Not to mention a few great DIY ideas for using ice cubes. But the problem always lies with going out, what do you do then?

Well here’s the perfect solution and at a really great price. Not to mention it’s environmentally friendly. They’re called Pouch Love, because it’s a pouch filled with love. Designed for the on the go – no spoon or bowl needed.

What makes them so great?

  1. It’s Ergonomic Design – The shape is easy for babies to hold and squeeze. Rounded edges and no base gusset makes the pouch easy to clean. It’s got a double zip lock seal which is great for when stuffed inside those nappy bags.
  2. Recyclable and re-usable!
  3. FREE of the following harmful chemicals:
    • BPA-Free
    • Lead-Free
    • Phythalate Free
    • PVC Free
  4. Multiple Uses – not just for baby, check out this cool toddler idea. Puree fruits for easy consumption:

Preschool lunchbox image from one of our happy #pouchlove users. #healthyfood #reusablefoodpouch

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How do you use and re-use?

Puree or mash your ingredients to a smooth consistency. Open ziploc at the bottom and fill your pouch with a spoon, pitcher or funnel. Fill your pouch 3/4 full and cleaned the zipper seal of any food. Press Ziploc tightly closed to make sure it is clipped in place.

How easy is it to clean?

It’s as simple as washing the pouch with warm soapy water. Use a bottle brush when using for the first time, and after every use. It’s also dishwasher friendly & freezer safe.

Pouch Love makes eating healthy food simple, affordable and fun for kids of all ages! And because you’re a Busy Mom you need all the help you can get.

Where to buy?

Available to purchase at: babarazzi.co.za

Read this: Free Fruit For Kids At Grocery Stores




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