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spacepoodle Thu 13-Apr-17 14:45:50

I have made some purees for DS who is 7 months; one batch of sweet potato, carrot and lentil and one batch of sweet potato and avocado.

Normally I would just freeze it all and defrost when needed but we are going away for the weekend for 3 nights and I want to take some of it with me. Is it best to freeze and put in a cool bag with an ice pack tomorrow or put in the fridge and take in a cool bag? The drive will be minimum 5 hours and there will be a freezer at the other end.

Sorry for the anal question, just don't want to end up with a load of unusable, half-defrosted mush!

DeliciouslyHella Thu 13-Apr-17 14:50:12

To be honest - this is the kind of situation that Ella's pouches were made for. You could probably take some of your homemade stuff in a cool bag with freezer blocks, but it's handy to have a back up.

Nightfall1983 Thu 13-Apr-17 14:56:54

Freeze and put into cool bag BUT don't refreeze at the other end, straight into the fridge.

Youdontwanttodothat Thu 13-Apr-17 14:59:50

Agree with both pp. Prepaid and chill bag to fridge. I remember taking swede purée that dd weirdly liked.

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