Best New Product – Infantino’s Make Your Own Food Pouches

by Michal Levison on October 9, 2012

I rarely get excited over a new baby product, probably because seven new doodads come out every minute and usually they are a giant waste of money, prey on parental fears and make more garbage than our earth needs.

Today, I discovered the most incredible product that is inexpensive, saves money and is awesome.

I don’t know about you, but I love the baby food pouches now available in every store. Companies like Ella’s Kitchen make terrific combos and I love the portability of the pouch, how it packs so well and makes feeding a young one on the go so simple. The big downside is that they are pretty expensive – anywhere from $1.69 – 2.50 per 3.5-4 oz pouch. That adds up really fast. Plus, I am never sure of exactly what is in the pouch, where it came from or how long it’s been in there.

Enter Infantino’s Fresh Squeezed.

This is a make your own pouch system. Now, most baby food items are overpriced. I would NEVER tell you to go out and buy a special $99 food puree machine because the $10 hand blender works just as well. This contraption is $24.99 and includes one squeeze station, 3 tubes, one press and 10 squeeze pouches. If you want more pouches, a 50-pack costs $16.99 bringing the cost per pouch to 34 cents.

The best part? You can make whatever you want and put it in a pouch! I LOVE THIS! I am the biggest proponent in giving your child the same food you’re eating. This makes the proposition easy! Just take your food, puree it and push it into a pouch. Freeze them,┬árefrigerate┬áthem, take them with you. Easy breezy.

They sell accessories, but I don’t think they’re necessary. Though, the spoon attachment is pretty neat. Hey, if you’re inclined to buy the extras, go for it!

Not convinced yet? Watch the video:

Cool, no? Want to buy? Go here.


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