This product was mentioned in
with an average of
Reusable squeezies are a hit in our house! We have cheapie ones from Amazon like this; because of the kindergartener I got the bigger size (we totally use them for yogurt or smoothies in her lunches) but the bigger ones are still hard for the toddler to manage (some food gets left at the bottom, so I use a binder clip to pinch it up). You can prep a bunch at once and even freeze them. I haven't gotten too adventurous with them, but it is worth mentioning that rolled oats or quick oats will soften if left to soak over night in milk/water/fruit juice. So my usual breakfast pouch for the baby is a large handful of fruit, dry oats, a scoop or two of plain yogurt, and enough milk to cover it and soak the oats. It is also really easy to add spinach, leftover cooked squash, and other soft veggies. I put it in a mason jar so it screws right onto my blender base the next day and I can make 3 large pouches or 4 small ones from a mostly-filled quart jar. We also buy store pouches on occasion, but they're really not that hard to do on your own!
For reference I bought the weesprout 150ml ones. They were big enough for at least one banana and they fit into the back pockets of my Trisuit nicely.
I second this, I've used these with good results. The bottom seal part has never busted open on me and they're easy to clean.
I found these on amazon. Ive never used them so I have no idea how well they work.
They're great when you're in a pinch and need something fast. They're also great for age appropriate recipe ideas. I used to look at them and then make a reasonable facsimile at home and freeze it into cubes.
With my second kid, my wife found some reusable ones that you fill yourself. I just fill a few when we're going out for the day and wash them when I do the bottles. No worrying about bacterial growth or anything.
Hi - not sure how old your kiddo is, but I used these with my guy until he got the whole spoon thing down. Now I just pack yogurt into a little container or buy the pre-pouched ones if I don't buy a large container.
We use these ones, and I love them, but I'm sure most brands work pretty similarly!
Here’s one option from amazon, but there are also fancier ones that have hold up the pouches for easier filling.
Please keep us posted and good luck!
They're not infantino brand but if you look in the Q&A section they tell you that they're compatible.