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Different baby food brands to try and best value offers

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charlottebeans Fri 10-May-13 08:29:51

Hi, yesterday someone at my baby group said they bought a trial pack of baby food, all different brands for £12, she said it was really great value, but I can't remember what she said it was called and I can't find it from searching online .... Has anyone got any idea where I can get this from? Or any good value offers on baby food?

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 10-May-13 15:52:03

The best offer we had on baby food was to just give what we were having, much, much cheaper than buying jars or pouches smile

charlottebeans Fri 10-May-13 20:30:18

Yes I have been trying to do that but my lovely girl sometimes doesn't like my cooking so I like to have back up .... It's also useful for out and about, hectic days and leaving her with her dad, grandma etc.... So any bargains appreciated smile

snala Fri 10-May-13 23:11:36

There was a link to a site to trial a lot of weaning food, you could only order once. I've been trying to find the thread for ages...........confused

MummyWeatherwax Fri 10-May-13 23:26:38

The site you want is

I used it and got loads and hundreds of stuff for £15

You can only order each thing once though, so I just got one of everything.

JiltedJohnsJulie Sat 11-May-13 08:57:33

Just one word of warning on offering alternatives, don't do it! It might be tempting but she will soon learn that if she turns her nose up, something more to her liking will appear.

Also why can't DGM and her dad give her things like sandwiches, eggy bread etc?

snala Sat 11-May-13 20:16:22

THANK YOU!!!! I knew I wasn't going mad grin

MrsHoarder Sat 11-May-13 20:23:49

Nothing weeing with cooking and whizzing what she likes in purees for a while. Get a stack of small pots (don't get the ice cube sized ones though) and fill a freezer drawer. Then you can just pull one our the night before if its all she will eat.

MrsHoarder Sat 11-May-13 20:29:45

Nothing wrong with!

AnaisB Sat 11-May-13 20:34:53

op wants to use a jar every now and then. i'm sure she doesn't need a lesson in how to make veg purees in advance.

charlottebeans Sat 11-May-13 21:04:43

Ah that's what I was looking for, thanks for your help!

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