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weakestlink Sun 01-Jan-12 21:14:41

Has anyone seen anythinglike this on the market here?

My baby loves sucking fruit / porridge / yoghurt out of a pouch and it's getting very expensive buying the Ella's Kitchen ones 2-3 x per day when I could make my own!

MrsDobalina Sun 01-Jan-12 21:28:41

I looked extensively to no avail but it was 2 years ago so you might have better luck. I used to snip the bottoms off an Ella's pouch, re-fill it and used a food bag clip along the bottom to seal it. Bit messy but I went through a month of desperation! So glad Sainsburys now do fromage frais in pouches - yogurt was the worst grin

FredFredGeorge Mon 02-Jan-12 11:44:39

I've wondered if Gel Flask would be sufficiently similar, however they have bite valves and not not the sort of top that the pouches do.

Jemman1 Mon 11-Jun-12 03:10:59

Bettytastic Sat 30-Mar-13 14:01:03

My baby has completely taken against being fed with a pain! Not to mention expensive!

I've just bought this:

Really good! The pouches are reusable, I emailed and checked first. Just wash out the pouch and put in Milton to sterilise first...You can probably reuse the Ella and plum pouches too if the nozzle fits.

Fantastic product!

FannyBazaar Sat 30-Mar-13 17:32:36

Interesting article here about fruit pouches here:

I have seen the ones you can fill yourself in supermarkets and wonder why anyone would use those.

Runningblue Sat 30-Mar-13 23:37:10

Koko pouches - google them! I was just wondering whether to invest in them, but they are reusable pouches just like you say...

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nicky1976now Fri 07-Nov-14 17:14:59

Try these

LostMySocks Fri 07-Nov-14 22:34:44

Just remember that the reusable pouches are a bit like bottles. You need to sterilise them and use within a short time of filling. They're not designed for long term storage.

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Hobby2014 Tue 17-Mar-15 09:44:16

I've seen those in mothercare x

Loveallmyboys Tue 24-Mar-15 12:07:42

Hi, not sure if you're in the uk but I bought these yesterday from wilkinsons for £3 and the separate spoon attachments were £1.50!

Mamia1552 Fri 03-Apr-15 12:11:01

Why do you need to sterilise the bags? I don't sterilise the food pots I fill before freezing them so why are the bags any different?

squizita Sun 05-Apr-15 19:02:38

I've got the koko ones. Sadly a pain in the arse to hand wash or dishwasher wash. sad Shame as they'd save £££ in the long run.

sleekgirl Mon 27-Apr-15 01:38:48

My mummy friends and I all use NomNomKids pouches, they're fantastic as can be used time and time again! Not only are they made from safe materials, but can be heated, frozen and dishwasher proof. My son loves the lion and fun animals design, and I love the fact that whatever I put in the pouches he will eat, (even when tired, poorly or busy playing). I can't recommend them highly enough ��

eastmidswarwicknightnanny Sat 09-May-15 13:58:21

I am sure jojomaman bebe used to do them shall go do a search as wanted some myself although thanks to pp as wilko looks like an option

eastmidswarwicknightnanny Sat 09-May-15 14:01:10

Nope they did but not now

dollydaydream27 Sat 09-May-15 14:08:53

I saw some in wilkos baby section the other day.

Suzgm Tue 12-May-15 11:19:21

The wilko ones are an Australian brand and their FAQ's state that you should only use them a few times, not sure what Wilko says:

Cherub Baby Food Pouches are reusable, however we do suggest disposing of the baby food pouches after 5-6 uses.

Kitty149j Sun 17-May-15 13:16:47

Bought the mothercare ones (and gadget to fill them).,default,pd.html
Fantastic for smooth purees but not for lumps. Have them in freezer as I batch make DS food and brilliant to defrost on the go. If comparing to Ellas kitchen then defo saving £££s long its only £5 for 10 reusable pouches.,default,pd.html

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