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Annabel Karmel Freeze Cube Tray (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Includes (9) 1 ounce food spaces
  • Easy pop-out design
  • Dishwasher safe
  • BPA free
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Product Description

Product Description

Freeze tray lets you freeze and store your freshly prepared baby good.Includes (9) 1 ounce food spacesEasy pop-out designDishwasher safeBPA freeIncludes recipes to make your own child's food!

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Freeze tray lets you freeze and store your freshly prepared baby good.

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Technical Details
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 5.9 x 2.4 inches
UPC773554251036
Item model number125-103
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Care instructionsWash the product thoroughly in war soapy water (or in the top rack of dishwasher) before first use and every time after that.
Number of items1
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB003I868DY
Best Sellers Rank #75,320 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Sara B. on November 29, 2010
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I really wanted to love these little trays. I'm doing all homemade baby food for my youngest child and really wanted a good system for safely and neatly freezing and storing batches of purees. I liked the look of these and was glad to see they came with a lid (NOT airtight, but better than nothing) for easy stacking in the freezer and for limiting the food's exposure to air. I ordered two. BOTH of those original two arrived with tiny (pinhead size) holes in them, one in each tray, as well as a pencil-eraser sized weak spot, where the silicon was thinner, in one section of one of the trays. Amazon has some of the best customer service around and made the exchange for two more super easy, even upgrading me free of charge to next day shipping so I'd have them quick. The next two that arrived were perfect, at least in terms of being hole free. I made a batch of puree and tried them out...when it came time for popping the frozen cubes out to store in freezer bags, I was disappointed to find that they didn't really "pop" out at all. In fact, they were stuck pretty fast in there. It took running the bottom of the tray under warm water to release them. That isn't so much extra effort, but I had really hoped that the silicon would just release the cubes cleanly without any trouble so that I could keep the entire amount totally frozen until needed.

I haven't tried any other baby food storage trays, so I have nothing to compare these to. I question whether they'll hold up well over the long term and I hope that they will. I do like their form factor and it is great to have something I know won't leach chemicals or something in my baby's food.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Angie J. on November 1, 2010
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I've been making baby food for about a month, and I've been freezing it (as it is recommended for longer storage) and this cube tray has made my life much easier!

I've used this AND regular ice cube trays. When you have crying in the background the last thing you really want is to be trying to get frozen baby food from an ice cube tray (the food wouldn't budge out of the regular ice cube tray at all; I nearly threw it out the window in frustration). Luckily for me these silicone cube trays are extremely flexible and the food comes right out.

The fact that you can stack them when full, compared to the ice cube trays, is also helpful when you have very little space in your freezer. No mess under the tray = no mess in your freezer either.

I had originally purchased one; but since I'm making quite a bit of food, I've since placed an order for three more.

Volume wise it holds about the same volume of a stage 1 food jar.

NOTE: the lid WILL NOT make a perfect seal, but it protects the food from any spills you might have and helps you stack them. While some people might be turned off by that, I'm okay with that since I'm making mostly purees that will be used within two weeks. I don't think the product would be as great if the seal would be perfect as the lid would very likely be difficult to get out.

Edit: I just measured, each of the 9 cubes will hold 2 liquid ounces of food.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Looneyluden on July 29, 2010
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From the picture it looks almost like a see through green tray for the bottom. It isn't which to me is good. It is more of a rubber product that makes it easier to pop out your cubes of puree. The only thing is that there isn't a line inside the product to let you know where to fill it to, but I assume it should be 3/4 full to allow expansion. The top is a hard plastic top so that you can stack these in your freezer. Very helpful. I did wash in the dishwasher, and put it on the top shelf. It doesn't specify if you can put on the bottom shelf, but I didn't want to chance screwing something up. The container and top came out fine. No shrinkage or warping. Very happy with the product.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By All Aly on January 3, 2011
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This is a very cute product, which is honestly, probably why I bought it. It's not very practical, though. The long and short of it:
1) The cubes of food don't pop out. I have to run warm water and wedge a butter knife in the cracks to get a cube out. The water then starts to defrost the other cubes, which I then return to the freezer.
2) The lid is not air tight--doesn't even secure tightly.
3) If your baby (or in my case, babies), go through more than 9 servings of food in 2-3 days, it makes more sense to buy the little twist and seal individual containers that are not much larger and keep in the fridge. (I found a 4 pack at Walmart for $2 and some change). Those give you more storage options if you have a tighly packed freezer/fridge like me--instead of having to make room for a large, square silicone mold.

But, it is cute. And the packaging is nice (comes with a little booklet of 5 or 6 baby recipies)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KatyM on October 11, 2010
These are so great! I have 4 of them and use them all the time. I was freaking out about making/storing my own baby food, but these nice, bendy trays made life a lot easier. They have a tidy, attractive, compact appearance that make them fun to use and easy to stack in the freezer. Also, because they are kind of bendy, it isn't as hard to get out a single serving as I was thinking that it would be (if that makes sense). The serving sizes are huge for a baby just starting solids (like mine) but I think that they seem to be about equal to a jar of baby food. I recommend getting a book of simple baby food purees and a bunch of farmers market veggies, then freezing away!
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