Little Green Pouch Giveaway from WeeliciousPin

As soon as your baby masters eating a variety of fruit and vegetable purees, it’s time to let them start trying to feed themselves. Especially when you have more than one child or a hectic schedule, allowing babies and toddlers to feed themselves offers a sense of independence that many little ones crave. Even at this young age it can make kids become more active than passive eaters.

For new eaters holding a spoon can be a tricky task to master, but holding a Little Green Pouch filled with homemade purees makes meal time easier and less messy for both mom and baby. Knowing that I’ve got less than a year before I’ll be feeding my new bundle of joy I’m going to stock up on a bunch of Little Green Pouches. Here’s a few of my favorite features about them_

Fill Em’ Up
There’s a zipper seal at the top of the pouch so you can easily open and fill up to 7 ounces of your favorite pureed foods. For the 1st use, just remove the cap and blow into pouch to expand it to its full shape! You can pack them in school lunch for older kids with applesauce, smoothies, yogurt, or fill them with dipping sauces, pizza sauce, and more.

Re-Use Re-Use
Little Green Pouches are made of durable, BPA-free, PVC-free & phthalate-free plastic. They are built to withstand beatings that only young children can give and even after cleaning take some more.

Freeze-Away
If you like to make homemade baby food in large batches, just fill up a bunch of reusable pouches and pop them in the freezer for another day. Defrost them in warm water when your little one is ready to enjoy. Or, pack them as freezer packs in your lunch in the morning for school aged kids so they’re ready for squeezing mid-day.

Now the most important part! What easy purees do you whip up to put inside? Here are 10 Homemade Baby Food Recipes for your Little Green Pouch that are made from a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables that are easy to find in markets right now and perfect for these Little Green Pouches!

Spinach Banana Puree from WeeliciousPin
Spinach Banana Puree

Blueberry Mango Breakfast from WeeliciousPin
Blueberry Mango Breakfast plus a video.

Avocado Banana Mousse from WeeliciousPin
Banana Avocado Mousse

Italian Green Vegetable Puree from WeeliciousPin
Italian Green Vegetable Puree

Cantaloupe Cream from WeeliciousPin
Cantaloupe Cream

Broccoli, Potato, Cheese Puree from WeeliciousPin
Broccoli Potato Cheese Puree

Raspberry Banana Puree from WeeliciousPin
Raspberry Banana Puree and a fun video.

Lemon Chicken with Vegetables Baby Food from WeeliciousPin
Lemon Chicken and Vegetables

Cannellini Bean Puree from WeeliciousPin
Cannellini Bean Puree

White Peach and Pluot Puree from WeeliciousPin
White Peach and Pluot Puree

For even more recipe inspiration, check out the recipes page from Little Green Pouch. They’re great for the whole family- from baby food to school lunches and smoothies.

About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. Making my own purees and using a sandwich bag to squeeze it into an ice cube tray. This would be handy for on the go food. One thing I suggest for any starter kit is a small brush to clean the dispensing spoon.

  2. The Dr. Brown’s bottle brush has a tiny scrub brush inside the handle that work’s marvelously for the dispensing spoons!!! You even get an additional one that you could keep with the dispensing spoons so you’re able to clean it on the go.

  3. Aside from the health benefits making your own food just economical. Organic baby food pouches are expensive!

  4. I love the green pouch! This is such a wonderful idea for Moms on the go! Can’t wait to try these with my almost 5 month old!

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