DIY pouches

(9 Posts)
u32ng Sun 02-Jun-13 14:01:21

It's a bit expensive but have you seen this pouch filler that JoJo Maman Bebé sell? Like DIY but with a bit of help!

www.jojomamanbebe.co.uk/sp+infantino-fresh-squeezed-squeeze-station-in-weaning-and-mealtimes+b1405

ninabrown Sun 02-Jun-13 13:06:15

Message deleted by Mumsnet for breaking our Talk Guidelines. Replies may also be deleted.

WornOut2013 Thu 30-May-13 19:33:01

I tried the DIY pouch thing too but my efforts just ended in a mess. Just seen on my FB news though that there's now a www.littlegreenpouch.co.uk so might give them a try. I'll avoid lumps though!

Tweedledeedum Sun 05-May-13 23:25:51

I bought these www.littlegreenpouch.com/ from the US as my ds also loves eating directly from Ella's Kitchen pouches on the go. Which is fine though filling with your own seems much better, it's just the method of delivery that is great and no mess.

They have been really good, can pop them in the freezer, and clean well and handle cold water Milton sterilising. My only disaster was not blending out all the lumps with a beef casserole! Was squeezing it wondering why it was blocked and the zip up end opened under the pressure and sprayed me with casserole! So get it nice and smooth.

BikeRunSki Sun 05-May-13 19:47:55

We did mostly BLW, with a few pouches - Ella's / Plum and the yoghurts and fruit purees that come in pouches. I have been known to rinse out a pouch and refill! Either with a medicine syringe or by cutting off the bottom and resealing with a freezer clip. Those diy pouches only came on the market just as DD (definitely my last) was getting beyond that stage, or I would have given them a go.

HaveTeaWillSurvive Sun 05-May-13 19:41:45

Bump, anyone?

Maybe I'll just have to be the MN guinea pig...

HaveTeaWillSurvive Fri 03-May-13 06:27:42
Nicknamefail Thu 02-May-13 23:07:15

Looks interesting. What article on packaged foods?

HaveTeaWillSurvive Thu 02-May-13 21:01:11

Has anyone tried these?

DIY pouches

Mainly we do BLW but 8mo DS loves a bit of a Ella's pouch action when we're out and can suck them straight from pouch with no help and more importantly no mess.

I don't mind really as almost everything else is fresh but that article on packaged food really put me off so I'd quite like to make my own and was thinking about getting this.

Any good or bad experiences?

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now