Ever use a product and think “I wish I came up with that?”
Little Green Pouch is totally one of them. It’s a reusable and refillable food pouch. It has a super strong zipper on the top and a spout just like the ones in the grocery store. It works just like them, too. Except it’s dishwasherable and freezeable, too. So, I can fill it and throw it in a bag for a dinner or snack out. Or I can fill it and freeze it for lunch the next day for the girls.
Something that I didn’t figure out right away? Twist the lid off and blow into the pouch, then open the zipper on the top. It’s a million times easier to fill it this way. Then, you either spoon the food in (butternut squash, spinach and yogurt here, I think) or use their handy collapsable funnel.
With the funnel, if the food is thick, you end up having to tap a bit on the funnel to get it to go in.
Each pouch hold about 6oz of yummy goodness and is marked off on the back so you know just how much is in there. It also has clear bottom so you can sort of see what you put in there as well.
Safe to say that E most definitely approves. I approve because it is so much cheaper than the store ones (these are $14.99 for four pouches). While they can go into the dishwasher, I found I preferred to clean them by hand to make sure everything got out of them. I also found that a bottle brush works well to get in all of the cracks.
These are not only good for baby food that you homemade and pureed, but also the older kids too with applesauce or flavored applesauce.
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*I received a set of pouches for review. All thoughts are my own. No compensation was received.