Nanny to Mommy: Safely Storing Baby Food with Littleware Storage Containers



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Thursday, September 10, 2015

Safely Storing Baby Food with Littleware Storage Containers

This review is sponsored by Littleware. All opinions are my own.
 
My son is going through a weird phase with food right now. He wants to feed himself, but he is picky about finger foods. I'm not sure what to do. I decided I should probably bring the baby food maker back out and start getting nutrients into him anyway I can.

 
I have always liked to make my baby food in bulk. So when I was sent the Littleware Baby Food Storage Containers to review, I was kind of excited because they look like little baby food jars. Littleware Baby Food Storage Containers are BPA free, microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe. When I make my baby food, I prefer to freeze them in a silicone freezing tray and then transfer them to a plastic bag. So although I could freeze my baby food in these containers, I used them more for reheating my little man's food and feeding him from them. These containers have a 2 inch wide mouth, so frozen baby food fits in easily.

They come in a set of 12, so you could have some freezing, some in the fridge, and some in the dishwasher! They hold up to 4 ounces of purees at a time. I also like to use them as snack containers when we are on the go because they are the perfect little portions.


On the back they of the box it had serving suggestions and even a couple of recipes. I really liked that. There is always a notice at the bottom: "Always consult with your pediatrician when introducing solid foods to your baby. Make sure to discuss any foods that may pose allergy risks for your baby."
 
The Littleware Baby Food Storage Containers are made by an ISO 9001 Certified Manufacturer right here in the USA, ensuring quality and durability. They are also backed by an industry best 1 year free replacement guarantee. And are currently available for purchase on Amazon.

Did you make your own baby food? Are you interested in making your own in the future? What do you think of these containers?
 
I received complimentary products to provide this review. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

1 comment:

Thank you for dropping by! I would love to hear what you thought. :)

Thanks!
♥,
Diana