Reusable Squeeze Pouch

We are big fans of the applesauce squeeze pouches.  They are awesome for travel, church and the playground.  However, I’m not a big fan of the waste they create, and also the price tag.  So I asked around and discovered a reusable squeeze pouch.  My friend Amanda at The LittleLilyPad said her friend tested out five different options and this was the best one, the BEABA Babypote.

I don’t understand the name, but I do know that it works.  It’s easy to fill, easy to clean and both kids can work it.  For the little guy, I do have to help him get the last bit out, but that is no different from the applesauce squeezes sold in the store.  Plus, I discovered my choice in apple squeeze pouches  got a C+ rating from Fooducate. (an awesome iPhone app if you are interested) Turns out there is a lot of hidden sugar in each pouch.

I have only put in my homemade applesauce recipe, but I expect it would work great for traveling with your own homemade baby food.  I plan to make some mixes with fresh summer fruits, like banana blueberry or a raspberry apple blend.

Happy travels!

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Disclosure: I bought this product on my own and was not compensated for this post. Affiliate links are included in this post. I’m sharing this post with Sustainable Ways & Your Green Resource, and Tuesday Baby Link Up.

11 replies
  1. Amanda says:

    So glad they are working out! I have frozen mine on occasion so they stay cool and thaw for later in the day and that works well too! I still need to order a couple more!!

  2. eryn says:

    Thanks for this recommendation. My son loves to eat the Happybaby mango baby food squeeze pouches, but this would be a great alternative that would us save money and reduce waste. Plus, I'm not sure how much longer he'll want to walk around sucking up baby food.

  3. Kate says:

    Love this recommendation! My kids love the squeeze applesauces but I too hate the price and waste. And the nutritional content!! Once again you've come through with an awesome solution – thanks!

  4. folkhaven says:

    Thank you so much for this post! My toddler has sensory issues that sometimes have him accepting hardly any food other than what we call "slurpie pouches". He's 2 1/2 and very large for his age to boot so he can down quite a few of these in a day and the expense is killing us. I can make purees at home no problem but for some reason it is this delivery system that works for him when his sensory issues flair up. It is also a great way to get veggies into him by making combo purees. I'll be ordering some of these right away!

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