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This sounds like a great concept - but this product fails miserably.
I use it mostly for homemade baby food storage in the freezer as it's nice to not have to transfer it to a microwavable dish.
We were very surprised to find that several of the green plastic lids for the glass containers cracked upon first use.
This containers are just right size container for my LO. They are easy to wash and handle. I like them because they are made of glass.Published 2 months ago by shermin_e
These baby food storage cubes work great with the tray. I only wish it would come in a 4oz instead of a 2oz container.Published 2 months ago by ANG
These are great! Perfect portions and even a place for labels. It made it really easy to make my daughter's food and bring it to daycare for her. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katie H.
My wife bought these based on positive reviews, and after extensive testing has decided they are darn near perfect for our 9 month old. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Uptop With The Whim Wham
Small and easily stackable. Do not let your baby play with them. If they throw the container while playing with it the thing will shatter all over the place. Read morePublished 5 months ago by hdgriller
These are very convenient for storing homemade baby food. They're the perfect size for new eaters. I love the little stickers that come with them for labeling the food. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kallie Rearden
I have been using my Green Sprouts by iPlay glass cubes for a few weeks, both in the fridge and freezer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Connie Chai Scholl
I have the green sprouts trays and make my son's baby food. These small glass squares (each holds 2 oz) are perfect for heating up the 1 oz cubes from the trays (I heat them in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by floperrerdogs
Don't use these for anything liquid. They leak everywhere. Also, if you must use them in the freezer, cover the food with plastic wrap and then add the lid. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michelle