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Fresh N Freeze 2 oz. Reusable Baby Food Containers 12-Pack


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Technical Details
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 4.9 x 4.8 inches
  
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Best Sellers Rank #10,490 in Baby (See top 100)
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Product Description

Making homemade baby food? It's easier with our versatile baby food storage containers! Our original 2 oz. storage cups are freezable, stackable, and portable, so you can freeze, transport, and warm homemade baby food, all in one container. And unlike cups with pop-off lids, our screw-on caps stay put. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Patent pending. Includes twelve 2 oz. containers and storage tray. Designed by OneStepAhead! Our baby food storage containers prevent waste and mess. Unlike those with tethered caps, which can pop open unexpectedly in your freezer or diaper bag, our screw-on lids stay in place until you twist them open. Ideal for storing and transporting homemade baby food, milk, formula, or snacks. Great for bringing meals and snacks to daycare, school, or work. The food containers and tray snap together for space-efficiency in your freezer. The cups stack securely, thanks to recessed hollows in the lids and tray. For easy portion control, baby food containers are marked in one ounce measurements Includes twelve 2 oz. food storage containers and one 7"L x 4 3/4"W tray Our baby food storage containers are BPA Free

Customer Reviews

The screw on lids are great.
A. Rowbotham
The stacking tray is very convenient and they're easy to store in the freezer.
Jennifer S.
These containers are perfect for storing homemade baby food!
alesmom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

336 of 339 people found the following review helpful By A. Rowbotham on June 7, 2010
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Since I make our baby food at home and we travel a lot I was looking for containers that were safe for baby and would withstand the perils of travel. I looked around for baby food containers, even bought the Baby CubesTM 2 Oz. containers, but these came out as the winner.

Why you want these:
1. The screw on lids are great. They stay put on the bumpiest rides so there are no spills, plus it seals in the freshness.
2. BPA free so you know its safe for baby, even if you want to pop it in the microwave.
3. Great size. The 2oz mark is ideal for any baby. Use only once container of food if you baby is smaller, more than one if baby (and her appetite) is growing.
4. You can use these to make fruit pops once baby has outgrown baby food. Just fill with pureed fruit, stick an ice cream stick in the center, cut place holders to keep the sticks in place from cardboard and freeze for a healthy and delicious snack.
5. You get 12 containers for a little under $10. One of the better priced products out there.

Why it looses a star:
1. Watch where you keep these in the freezer. If they drop out when they are full and frozen, they crack/break.
2. If you cross the 2oz mark when filling these, your food will expand when frozen and the lid will open in the freezer.
3. Not eligible for Super Free Shipping. How much you pay for shipping will depend on where you live.

Tips:
1. The best place to keep these are in the freezer door. That way they are at the right temperature and they will not fall and break when you open your freezer.
2. If you intend to make all your baby food at home, save these for when you travel. For use at home, make your food in bulk and use your ice trays to freeze them.
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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Tait on February 1, 2010
One main feature sets this set above all the rest - they are SCREW tops, not pop tops like the others. Pop tops will make nothing but messes when they pop open unexpectedly. I pull a serving out of my freezer in the morning, throw it my diaper bag with a baby spoon, and off I go. The screw tops keep my puree securely in the jar, so they never burst open in my bag like the pop tops. I highly recommend these to any parents who are making their own baby food.
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95 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Georgina on September 25, 2010
I purchased these on a different website to avoid paying the outrageous shipping costs. I had many of the similar problems that others have talked about here. I do a lot of canning, freezing, buying bulk, etc. I used freezer jam jars for jams and thought it would work great for my little one. What I would recommend especially as baby eats more and more is Ball Freezer Jam containers. They are similar to this product but 8oz size, a whole lot cheaper, stackable, and can be found on Amazon or in a local grocery store. All of their plastic jars and containers are BPA-free plastic and are dishwasher safe on the top-rack.

Jars are stackable and lock together for a tidy freezer
Twist on lids seal in the freshness and prevent leaking
Freezer safe - straight jar sides allow for food expansion during freezing

Ball Plastic 8-Ounce Freezer Jars, 5 Pack

Also, instead of any specialized baby food mills, just get an immersion blender (aka burr stick). It is multi use in the kitchen (can make salad dressings, hummus, etc.) and makes great purees! Amazon has very good price.

Cuisinart CSB-76BC SmartStick 200-Watt Immersion Hand Blender, Brushed Chrome

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158 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Elena Redmond on May 13, 2010
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I bought these containers after a long search all over the Internet and reading a lot of reviews. I'm a stay-home mom, who likes to cook in general and especially for my baby. Plus I considered benefits of using only organic products and fresh-made food.
The first negative impression came with the shipping costs. They were huge. Shipping to Alaska cost me twice the price of containers themselves! When the box arrived, I discovered that small box with what I actually bought was packed in a quite big mailing box which included a bunch of ads from One Step Ahead. So I paid for commercials and air being shipped to me!
But it's about service. Let's talk about the product itself. Containers are tiny. Really tiny. They look cute, but they do not hold much. I've been cooking for my son since he was 5 months old. Now he is 8 m/o and he eats food from 2 containers at once. Which means that 12 containers hold food only for 6 meals, or 2 days. Are you ready to cook so often?
Another negative things:
1. in the freezer (probably because material shrinks... who remembers physics?) they do not stay stacked. One occasional hand wave and they fall down.
2. also when cold, they become very fragile. I already got one container broken (rolled out from a freezer as I described above, fell on the hardwood floor and cracked)
3. when cold, lids do not fit tightly. So, there is a high chance to have a mess all over your kitchen if it accidentally falls down. It happened to me twice during 3 months. Now I always check lids after I move a container from freezer to fridge.

So, my conclusion is there are other more attractive options (both for a price and quality).
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