50 ways to use baby food storage pouches!
What is a reusable baby food storage pouch and surely there can’t be 50 things I could do with it?
Well, reusable baby food storage pouches are a reusable version of squeezie yoghurt and baby food pouches that you buy in the supermarket. You fill them yourself with whatever you like, and then wash them out and use them again.
Here are our top 50 ways we use reusable baby food storage pouches in our busy house of 5:
- Yoghurt in lunchboxes
- Icing a cake
- Taking baby puree out and about
- Pouring pancake batter letters
- Travelling with toiletries
- Freezing breastmilk
- Storing portions of baby formula
- Smoothies on the go
- Filling with 100s and 1000s for easy sprinkle decorating
- Dips and sauces for picnics
- Leftover tomato paste storage
- Storing grated cheese in the freezer
- Porridge out and about
- Tube feeding children with tummy tubes
- Squeezie shaving foam paint activity for preschoolers and toddlers
- Wet bag for bibs – 500ml pouches are the perfect size for this.
- Homemade jelly for kids – no preservatives or colouring!
- Protein shakes
- Storing cooking wine
- Homemade ice blocks
- Fruit purees, jellys and gels
- Storing coconut oil
- Snack bag of nuts and sultanas
- Party bag gifts
- Handbag hand-cream
- Spice, herb and seed storage
- Pouring egg batter to make egg nets
- Portioning sauces for kids to add to their food themselves
- Homemade yogo or custard on the go
- Infuse oils with herbs
- Smuggling vegies for kids!
- Homemade chocolate sauce for strawberries
- Mess free spaghetti and sauce for kids out and about
- Pouring macaroon batter
- Camping portions of groceries
- Store homemade curry paste or stock
- Ice brick that you can eat at the picnic!
- Homemade glue for kids craft
- Storing breadcrumbs
- Taking cocktails and mocktails to a BBQ
- Sunscreen for the beach bag, nappy bag or car
- Make your own running or sports gels
- Pestos and salad dressing for picnics
- Making sensory or I-spy bags for kids
- Glitter dispenser for craft
- Taking pancake mix to the beach or park BBQ
- Storing soup (there are 1 litre pouches for this!)
- Recipe in a bag gifts (dry ingredients mixed and measured and ready for wet ingredients)
- Marinading or shaking and baking dinner (big pouches!)
- Storing honey or other bulk buy groceries
Note: The views and advice expressed on this blog post are those of the author and are not representative of the Pregnancy Babies & Children's Expo.