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Juvenile Solutions Baby Cubes (2 oz/Pack of 8)


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  • 8 x 2oz/70ml Baby Cubes per package
  • Reduce waste: only defrost what you need
  • Lids attached directly to each cube for convenience
  • 3 measures to suit growing baby's needs: 30, 45, 70 ml
  • Dishwasher-safe, microwave safe, freezer safe
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Technical Details
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 3 x 4 inches
UPC332850374322 845055065914
Item model numberBaby Cubes200
  
Additional Information
ASINB000V8LCA8
Best Sellers Rank #38,605 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.1 ounces
  
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The preparation and storage of baby food just got a lot easier with Juvenile Solutions Baby Cubes. Sold as an individual set of freezer cube containers, each cube comes with an attached lid, making them stackable, airtight and dishwasher safe. Plus, they are a great option to take with you when you are on the go. Whether you are storing baby food or breast milk, the Baby Cubes can be frozen and are microwave safe. Baby Cubes are BPA-free. * BPA-free * Stackable * Air tight * Dishwasher safe * Microwave safe

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Customer Reviews

They're the perfect size for storing homemade baby food.
Anne Pezalla
I like that the lids are not separated from the containers but unfortunately the lids did not stay closed at all!
Maggie C.
I loved them so much that I've ordered another 2 trays and may be back for more!
Rebekah- Mom of twins

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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By mother of boys on June 6, 2008
These cubes do the trick, but I wouldn't trust them to keep the food fresh in the freezer for too long. They certainly don't seen to be airtight, and the lids do frequently pop off. They don't close securely, and they do leak if tipped over. The cube plastic is flimsy and when I sent one to daycare with food in it, they thought it was disposable and threw it away. The idea is great, but the product isn't up to par. It seems as though the lids will easily break from the containers. I gave this product 3 stars because there isn't another product like it that I can find, and the little containers are convenient. I wish Rubbermaid or Tupperware made small enough containers for storing because their covers are tight fitting and plastic is more durable.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Proud Mom on November 22, 2008
These cubes are quite handy. When my son was first eating solids, I was making my own purees and using these, they are a little larger than a 6 month old's feeding size, but came in very handy once he started eating larger portions. I use these for his school lunches (he's 14 months now) and they are easy to wash, and the lid is connected so you don't have to worry about it getting lost.
Tip: for earlier ages, using an ice cube tray for baby purees was more beneficial for me. The feeding size of the cubes were perfert.
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93 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Sierra on October 23, 2007
I bought these but can't see the benefit of putting food in these tiny containers that tip over, are quite hard to store in the freezer, not good for microwaving to defrost, and then you have to wash them individually.

I gave up and use ice cube trays- so much easier to put the baby mush in (spray with Pam 1st for easy dispensing), pop out and store in Freezer Ziplocs, defrost as needed.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rebekah- Mom of twins on May 30, 2008
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I love this product! They are easy to clean, can be steam serilized in the microwave (not all baby bowls/dishes can go into the microwave), and the food can be thawed/reheated in the microwave.

As another reviewer mentioned, I did have one that popped open when I put it in the freezer, but that was because I filled it too full. Just fill it to the max line and you will be fine. I also like that these cubes (when filled properly) don't leave the food freezer burned. I'm not sure if that's a problem with the ice cube trays, but that was one of the reasons why I wanted to try these. And I haven't been disappointed!

This two ounce size is great for my twins. I also love that there is a measuring line on them so I can divide the food evenly between the twins to make sure both are getting their fair share! I believe there are also smaller 1oz cubes you can buy, but the 2oz size seems to be the perfect amount after your baby has been introduced to solids and starts wanting more than just a taste of food. For me, I pull out 2 or 3 of the 2oz cubes and can easily get the twins meals ready in just a few minutes.

Instead of writing on these with a dry erase marker, I just put a small round sticker on the front of the tray with the food and date, and it works great for me. The trays allow me to stay organized so it's easy to know how much of a particular kind of food is left... so I know when to make more!

I originally only bought 2 trays to test them out and see how they worked. I loved them so much that I've ordered another 2 trays and may be back for more!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Louis on October 31, 2009
These containers are very poor quality. They do not open/close particularly well and shatter easily if you happen to drop one from the freezer.

A much better option is Rubbermaid's 1/2 cup Easy Find Lid containers. There are a little bigger (4 oz), but your baby will soon outgrown the 2oz pots anyway! Rubbermaid's close securely, open easily, stack up well in the freezer and are robust enough not to crack if you happen to drop them. And most importantly, they are also BPA free[...]

Rubbermaid 7J55 Easy Find Lid Square 1/2-Cup Food Storage Container, 2 pack
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Camden's Mommy on May 1, 2009
The idea of these containers is great. I researched lots of options, and this seemed like the best at the time. I have 5 sets of the cubes and have been using them for about 4 months. Even if I only fill them to the recommended line, they still pop open in the freezer. 2 of them already have big cracks in the bottom so that they can no longer be used. I called Juvenile Solutions about this and they said they'd send me a new tray. I thought that was very kind and generous. They called back 3 days later to say that the owner had changed her mind. What?! I was hoping these cubes would last thru 2 babies. No way. If I had it to do over again, I would've just purchased a set of the small Ziploc storage containers.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Hubbard#5 on April 27, 2009
These cubes are a must-have for anyone making their own baby food. These have handy mL measurements on the side, and the lids snap tight. I make a large batch of food and then portion out & freeze. After the puree is frozen solid, you can run the cube under water for a second or two and the puree pops right out. I transfer all the frozen puree cubes to a ziplock bag for easier storage. This also allows you to use one or two trays over and over and not have them tied up in the freezer. I can take a frozen cube out of the bag and put back into one of the cubes to send to day care. Our day care especially like that the lid is attached. I highly recommend these!
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