Vital Baby Press 'n' Pop Mini Freezer Pots, Orange, 1 Ounce, 8 Pack
- Freeze homemade foods easily, soft bases to make popping cubes out easy, stack and freezer neatly in the freezer, Made of polypropylene (pp) and thermo plastic elastomer (tpe), BPA free, latex free and PVC free, Safe for use in the dishwasher, microwave, sterilizer and freezer
Top Customer Reviews
The lids are hard to get on and off, and when I accidentally knocked a couple of them out of the freezer and they fell on the floor, the little pots shattered. This is after only a couple of uses.
I'd love to see them made out of a sturdier material that doesn't get so brittle when frozen -- seeing as how they're supposed to be designed for freezing.
I do not have children so cannot speak to their utility for babies. I use them for salad dressings (PERFECT size) and storage for small items, such as my dog's heartworm pill (we get the big one and split it).
The lid can be tricky to secure onto the container, so care must be taken especially with liquids to put the lid on securely and correctly. Once the lid is on it is definitely air tight. I have not had any salad dressing spill and the second half of the heartworm pill smells as pungently awful as ever a month later. None of these have broken on me, I have just lost track of them over the years.
One warning! Do not let them drop out of the freezer onto the floor because they will crack and break. However, most Tupperware will break if it falls when frozen so I don't think that's out of the ordinary.
When the food is frozen, it is super-easy to 'pop' it out of these containers. I usually pop a few different frozen ones (such as chicken and sweet potatoes) into a ceramic dish and then warm them up in the microwave for a few seconds (or let it warm up on the counter if I'm not serving meat).
If I'm running low on the pots it's really easy to pop these into a freezer bag, then voila! - the pots are freed up and I have a baggie in the freezer of ready food.
I have also taken these with me when eating out and fed my babe right from the little pot. It did not leak or spill in my bag.
I dropped one once when taking it out of the fridge. It did not break, and luckily did not even come open. It was not frozen, though. The plastic isn't super thick so I can see how it might break if dropped when frozen.
I have not had issues with getting the lid on or taking it off. I make sure to be extra careful if there is just liquid in it, I can see how it could easily spill because the pots are so little.
Lastly, after reading others' reviews of these, I use these as storage containers for little things - so far: a leftover package of yeast for baking and chewing tablets for my son.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The lids came off too easy. These however make great disposable salsa and condiment holders for travel.Published 3 months ago by PurpleMoonGirl
I actually got these for packing condiments in my husband's lunch bag when he takes hot dogs, hamburgers, or whatever to work. They hold just enough to make him happy. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. M. Shaw
The one ounce containers are perfect for freezing expressed milk or homemade baby food. They're easy to fill and stack in the freezer. There's a marking so you get exactly 1 ounce. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Buffyisadog
LOVE these things! I ordered them back in 2012 to use with my daughter. I am now using them again for my son who was born in May of this year (2015). I have no problems with them.Published 12 months ago by Amber Haywood
This is a great set for freezing homemade baby food. They are well-made and just the right size. I love that you can pop the frozen cubes out so easily.Published 15 months ago by reddogmom
These don't close super securely. I use them for jewelry storage when traveling. They weren't big enough for my baby's food, but would work for individual sides. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cathleen Warren
Too small for any baby. When a child is supposed to eat at least 2ounces why make 1 ounce containersPublished 19 months ago by beth