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How to you heat up baby food when you're out?

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zippytiptoes Mon 09-Nov-09 07:08:56

We're always out at weekends - walking, up hills and out and about in the countryside. I usually take a flask of hot water to heat up a pot of homemade baby food, but it's not always that successful at warming it thoroughly. What do other people use and how do you store the food in transit!?

theyoungvisiter Mon 09-Nov-09 07:25:03

you could heat up the baby food and put that in the flask?

But I never bothered, I have to say. I used to give mine sandwiches or whatever in that situation, or something that's ok cold like yoghurt or avocado.

I figured they were getting a nice warm drink of milk so their food didn't need to be hot as well.

SazZaVoom Mon 09-Nov-09 07:30:36

Pretty much ALL my food was home prepared, however when out with no prospect of a heat source i used the Ella's Kitchen sachets which they can suck straight from the packet. I only tried these as a friend gave me some she had left over but discovered they were pretty bloody useful.
They are very easy, no storage issues or mess and seemed to fill DD2 up (her favourite was the beef casserole). I then gave her some breadsticks and a banana and she was full. Oddly she was always happy to have them cold hmm

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