Our Homemade Baby Food – Vitamix Give-away

Posted on August 19, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 223 Comments

To celebrate the launch of the Really Little Green Pouch, we are hosting a give-away all about homemade baby food. The Really Little Green Pouch is perfect for tiny hands—babies love eating homemade baby food from our squeezable, refillable food pouches. It's a natural transition to self feeding and—bonus for you!—super low mess.

So we’ve put together a great homemade baby food give-away with some of our favorite products (including Really Little Green Pouches of course!) to make it easier to prep, store and serve homemade baby food to your little one.

 

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We will chose a winner at random on September 5th and announce the winner within 48 hours. Make sure we have your email so we can contact you if you win!

BONUS: Two runners up will each receive the Really Little Green Pouch First Foods Starter Kit + Bottle Brush and a copy of the 201 Organic Baby Purees book. 

Contest Rules

    • Must be 18 or older
    • Open only to residents of the US
    • Entries due by 11:59pm Pacific time on September 4th
    • One winner will be selected at random from all entries
    • Each person may enter once each via Pinterest, Facebook and email

Posted in Giveaway, Homemade Baby Food, Really Little Green Pouches, Reusable Food Pouches


5 Tips for Dining Out With Toddlers

Announcing Our New Arrival: Really Little Green Pouches!

25 Responses

Amy
Amy

September 04, 2014

My favorite tip is to peel & cut up ripe bananas, spread pieces in one later on a jelly roll pan & freeze. Once frozen, transfer to a container to keep. You can use them in smoothies or mash. You never have to worry about having only green bananas around with no flavor!

Brena
Brena

September 04, 2014

Lots of variety early on makes it easier to get kids to eat when they are older.

Brena
Brena

September 04, 2014

My first two loved their little green pouches, I can’t wait until I get to use them on baby number 3!

Adrienne W
Adrienne W

September 04, 2014

If you are breast feeding, adding breast milk to your purées gives them a creamier texture!

Amanda K
Amanda K

September 04, 2014

Freezing the pouches ahead of time keeps the purée chilled while out and about and is thawed by the time you’re ready to use it!

Kate
Kate

September 04, 2014

I can’t wait to start feeding my second solids, making my own baby food was such a great experience with my first. I loved watching him learn to love food! I freeze pumped milk in ice cube trays to have small portions to mix into purees and cereals. Works great!

Kate
Kate

September 04, 2014

I can’t wait to start feeding my second solids, making my own baby food was such a great experience with my first. I loved watching him learn to love food! I freeze pumped milk in ice cube trays to have small portions to mix into purees and cereals. Works great!

Hattie Steinter
Hattie Steinter

September 04, 2014

I am going to make smoothies to put in my little green pouch for my little one’s snack time!

Joanna ferrel
Joanna ferrel

September 04, 2014

If at first your LO doesn’t like something cook it another way. And another. And another!

Kenda Fares
Kenda Fares

September 04, 2014

My tip is to make sure you have a plan for how to transition away from pureed baby food onto solids

Rebecca
Rebecca

September 04, 2014

Soups. After dinner purée leftovers, fill a few little green pouches to put in the fridge and freeze the rest in ice cube trays/ ziplock bags.

Meredith Montanez
Meredith Montanez

September 04, 2014

Also, chop/grind the food as fine as you can before cooking. Shortens cooking time and preserves more nutrients.

Meredith Montanez
Meredith Montanez

September 04, 2014

My #1 tip is use seasonings!!! I get onion, rosemary, thyme, sage, garlic, cinnamon, mild chilie, cumin, just about every powder/ground spice I can. Or I’ll grind my own. My daughter’s favorite meal is chickpeas, tomatoes & beef with cumin. Just because they are little people doesn’t mean they won’t appreciate big flavors.

Harmony Steele
Harmony Steele

September 04, 2014

Do big batches when fruit/veggies are in season and freeze it as freezing is the best way to preserve nutrients.

Stephanie
Stephanie

September 04, 2014

Baby food maker – Cuisinart

Tara
Tara

September 04, 2014

One of my daughters favorite combos is yogurt, avocado and banana! Perfect for the pouch.

Linh Payne
Linh Payne

September 04, 2014

Use fresh food!

Amber C
Amber C

September 04, 2014

Use fresh food!!

Sarah Bloom
Sarah Bloom

September 03, 2014

We freeze baby food in ice cube trays!

Gabrielle
Gabrielle

September 03, 2014

Set aside a day to prep your baby’s food.

Gabby
Gabby

September 03, 2014

Looking forward to making baby food for our little one with these cute, convenient packs.

Beckii
Beckii

September 03, 2014

We let our son try everything and harvest our garden for fresh veggies.

Aspen Craft
Aspen Craft

September 03, 2014

I’ve seen this comment already, but I love using ice cube trays to freeze baby food too! The frozen cubes of food are so convenient to pop out and put into Little Green Pouches!

Jenni
Jenni

September 02, 2014

Make your own purees with fresh fruits and veggies that you all eat as a family so baby can join in too :)

Carly
Carly

September 02, 2014

This would be an awesome help to making my own baby food!

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