Monday, October 20, 2014


My son Wyatt is 2 years old and he absolutely loves those baby food pouches. At at least $1 a pop, he usually he only got them for a treat. When we do get them for Wyatt, he ends up sucking them within minutes of getting them!

My little man is a bit of a picky eater and many of the store bought pouches are a fruit and veggie combo. My son enjoys the taste of the pouch and he gets a veggie without realizing it!

I was extremely happy to be given the opportunity to try this product!

Currently my kitchen is quite bare, but I plan on going grocery shopping later today. One thing I DO have was stage 2 apples, so I decided to put this in the pouch to test it out.

It was super easy to fill the pouch. Open the and fill the pouch with what ever you want. Yogurt , apple sauce, or a vegetable & fruit blend puree are a few ideas. Just make sure you leave a little room so you can close it.
As you can see he loves it!

                                          As usual he sucked the pouch down with in minutes!

I cannot wait to start making my own. All I need to do is go to the grocery store and buy the supplies later today! It is definitely not the norm for our fridge to be so bare!

Cleaning the pouch was extremely easy! I first filled up my sink with soapy water, I  needed to clean some hand wash items anyways. I opened up the zippered end and made sure soapy water filled the pouch.
I let it soak as I washed all of the other things in the sink. I did not even have to scrub it. All I had to do was rinse the pouch out with warm water and it was clean! How easy is that!

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