Yummi Pouch Review and Giveaway – ends 7/30

This is a wonderful review from my blog assistant, Heather over at Fun With Four!

Yummi Pouch PouchPop ReviewYummi Pouches are a convenient, easy to fill, and reusable pouch that can be filled with snacks for your child over and over again! To make feedings easier for little ones, add on a PouchPop for a more comfortable feeding. Yummi Pouch and PouchPop combined equal a fun and stress free feeding for mom and child!

Yummi Pouch AmayaI am done wasting my money on those throw away pouches!! Yummi Pouches have helped me cut down on unnecessary cost, mess and time. Not only do these work great for my 9 month old, but my 3 year old and 10 year old enjoy snacking with Yummi Pouches too. I can easily fill them with a variety of fruits and vegetables over and over again. My older ones especially love applesauce but my infant loves being able to feed herself any and all pureed foods. When the baby isn’t cooperating with spoon feeding or we are on the go, I know my kids can snack healthy with Yummi Pouches!

yp5One of my biggest pet peeves is the hassle and mess that comes with baby food jars, especially if you are someplace that isn’t convenient for spoon feeding. For example, we do a lot of traveling around for my step-daughter’s softball team. We just recently were away at a tournament and I was able to easily feed Olive with no mess or fuss! I simply filled her Yummi Pouches with jarred baby food, sealed it up, and packed them in the diaper bag for when it was time to eat. Since there is no easy way to feed a baby on a hot summer day in her stroller, I simply got out her Yummi Pouch, screwed on a PouchPop on it, and let her eat while she sat on her blanket with her toys. No baby food container to throw away, no spoon to wipe off, and no mess. Talk about convenient!

PouchPops OlivePouchPop Toppers easily attach to the spout of the Yummi Pouch or any other pouch you may use. These are perfect for transitioning your child (4 months and older) from bottle-feeding to food. Made from premium, hospital-grade silicone, it is soft and supple allowing for comfortable feedings plus you are keeping them safe from any ouch points. PouchPop Toppers are Pediatrician recommended, dishwasher safe, and naturally BPA free and Phthalates free.

Clean UpClean up is a snap for both products! Either stick them in the dishwasher or hand wash and air dry. A bottle drying rack works perfectly!

ypfridgeYummi Pouches hold up to 6 ounces. They are freezer safe so you can easily make up batches of foods in advance and store them for when you are ready to use them. They are also BPA free and Phthalates free too. I know you’ll love saving money and the environment with Yummi Pouches, I know I do! Plus I love how easy it is for my kids to grab a prefilled Yummi Pouch out of the fridge for a healthy on the go snack. The strong top zipper seal never leaks! PouchPops make it so much easier for my 9 month old too! You won’t go wrong with either one of these products!

One lucky reader will win their own set of 6 Yummi Pouches (RV $14.99)!
Must be 18+ to enter. Open to US only.
Begins 7/16/13 at 1:00 am CST and ends 7/30/13 at 11:59 pm CST!

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  1. Yesenia Rios-Galdamez says:

    I would many vegetables such as carrots, peas, & sweet potatoes.

  2. I have two babies and baby food is expensive. I can’t wait to make my own food and the pouches are such a great idea.

  3. cheryl lister says:

    I think fruits and veggies would work well.

  4. Applesauce would be the easiest – but I’m pretty sure I’d come up with some other yummy mixtures! 🙂

  5. makenzie quadra says:

    my little monster would love this with his fresh made baby food

  6. Candace says:

    I just bought a lot of bulk mango so I’d puree that and freeze it for my little ones!

  7. Any type of purée – it’s a great way to get in some veggies 🙂

  8. My little one loves the store bought pouches and I like to feed her veggies but they are hard to find at the store, winning this would be awesome I could make my own veggie/fruit mixtures for her 🙂

  9. applesauce

  10. Kristina Kirk says:

    I’d feed my DD anything she is willing to eat. And right now she has eaten everything I have put in front of her. And my 6yo DS loves applesauce in those pouches, thus way I could put our homemade applesauce in them.

  11. I make all my babys food so I would put anything he eats.

  12. Yogurt!

  13. Laura Smith says:

    Anything we could find recipes for or veggies and fruit

  14. cheryl lister says:

    I would make fruit purees, maybe using some peaches and plums.

  15. My daughter has issues with textures, but she loves purées, these would be awesome!

  16. Belinda says:

    Applesauce and yogurt!

  17. Sherry Compton says:

    yogurt and fruit

  18. jessica z says:

    applesauce and purees

  19. Shawndra Befort says:

    yogurt, applesauce, pureed pear, carrots

  20. Yogurt for my toddler

  21. Trisha W. says:

    Yogurt

  22. Gina Demaree McKee says:

    Applesauce, sweet potatoes, puréed bananas, puréed strawberries and other berries, etc! I could come up with lots of cool treats!

  23. Sherry Compton says:

    Bananas, strawberries, and spinach puree

  24. peach, squash and bell pepper

  25. Gina Demaree McKee says:

    I bet I could purée and freeze bananas to make banana “ice cream” and put in these pouches! It would be a great alternative to popcicles.

  26. Bananas! Pears, all fruit and veg purees!

  27. Bananas, Apple, Avacado all sorts of great purees!

  28. Lots of apple combined with another fruit purees – raspberry, strawberry, sweet potato, etc.

  29. Mary Collins says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THESE!!! I would puree carrots, sweet potatoes, peaches, strawberries, apples, bananas & pears and combinations of them as well!

  30. Vicki Hall says:

    I would use store bought baby food in the pouches

  31. cheryl lister says:

    Veggies, fruit, and maybe some yogurt.

  32. Chathurika Ginige says:

    I’d feed my little man his favourite vege puree with celery, onion, garlic, cauliflower, carrots, tomatoes and herbs! He gobbles it up at home and it’d be lovely to take it out and about.

  33. I would feed Ava all her homemade purees such as her veggie blend and fruit blends. I would also feed her smoothies.

  34. cheryl lister says:

    I just bought a lot of peaches and pears at a great price – they would work well.

  35. Michelle Lee says:

    Fruit puree and yogurt.

  36. cheryl lister says:

    Sweet potatoes and carrots should work well.

  37. Shelley Hammond says:

    any types of veggies or fruits, my kids always hated the mushed meats 😛

  38. cheryl lister says:

    I’d make bananas and pears.

  39. cheryl lister says:

    Would make a mix of fruit and yogurt.

  40. Purred fruit.

  41. Chelsea d says:

    I would feed my baby fresh apples and pears.

  42. Stephanie O. says:

    I would put fruit puree s.

  43. Linda Bradshaw says:

    we would do fruit recipes in it.

  44. Nicki Z. says:

    Yogurt, applesauce, oatmeal, frutie & veggie purees

  45. Stephanie O. says:

    I would make my kids fruit purees or combos like apple carrot.

  46. Sophia Carr says:

    I plan on making my own baby food so I’d use these for all sorts of things! veggies, fruits, etc!

  47. mommasbacon says:

    A lot of yummy purees with lots of interesting spice!

  48. I made my own baby food with my daughter but did not use pouches. I would love to use these with my son! I would make any kind of veggie or fruit puree.

  49. Shelley Hammond says:

    I am so excited I won! Thanks for the opportunity! 🙂

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