Reusable Baby Food Pouches

While I make most of my baby food, sometimes I buy baby food in pouches out of convenience when we’re out and about and my son needs to eat. Well, as we all know, convenience costs. The pouches run about $1.39 each, which adds up when you are buying two or three at at time.
A clerk at a grocery store told me about these reusable baby food pouches. The idea is that you fill them with your own baby food and then wash them out and reuse again later. If you plan ahead and have these ready to go in the fridge, they can be just as convenient for when you’re on the go–plus homemade baby food tastes better and is often more nutritious.
These particular pouches, while cute, costs $18.49 for four, or $4.62 per pouch. I think that’s a little pricey. So I also found these, which cost $9.99 for three pouches, or $3.33 per pouch. I wonder if there are some even cheaper ones out there…

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  1. I purchased a pack of ten reusable food pouches from, we have had them for a couple of months and love them so far. They even sent five extra lids with my order, which will come in handy if any ever get lost. I only had a problem with one that leaked, but I had had it sitting upright in a container in the fridge for a few days with a very liquidy applesauce, and I may have not had it sealed tight. It hasn’t happened again. I hope this might help you! Good luck in your search!


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