Yummi Pouch Review

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We love Yummi Pouches here in our house and wanted to add them to our Holiday Gift Guide!

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You may have remembered my previous Yummi Pouch review, but this time I bring you a review of even more great products from this great company!

IMG_7751Yummi Pouch products are simple and easy to use. Since they can be reused over and over, this makes Yummi Pouch an eco-friendly and cost-effective must-have for all parents. You can even stick them in the dishwasher for easy cleaning or store them in the freezer for later use.

IMG_7754I’m loving Yummi Pouch Brights. The bright, fun colors and patterns make feeding time fun. If you could call a pouch stylish, Yummi Pouch Brights would definitely fit the bill!

IMG_7752I’m so excited for sports in the spring with Yummi Pouch Sport pouches. These will be great for my step-daughter who is involved in softball. We can easily fill these with up to 10 ounces of fitness smoothies, shakes, or juices. With the reinforced double zipper seal, we won’t have to worry about spills.

Yummi Pouches make feeding on the go a breeze. My daughter has entered the phase of no longer wanting mom or dad to spoon feed her so pouches allow her the freedom and independence to self feed. The Yummi Pouch Pouch Cover is great for us when we are busy on the go, especially during the holidays. The durable neoprene material is a wonderful insulator and helps keep the contents of the pouch warm or cool. I can easily toss this into my purse or diaper bag.

IMG_7755Yummi Pouch Minis have a 2.5 ounce capacity and are perfect for smaller meals or snacks. They would also be great as an introduction pouch for your little one! These feature Yummi Pouch’s durable, reinforced double zipper seal on the bottom and a top mouthpiece.

I can’t even begin to share my enthusiasm over Yummi Pouch products. I love that I can rinse them out and reuse them over and over again. It’s great to know that I can conveniently pack healthy snacks while we are on the go or for dinner/snack time at home. Yummi Pouch products are also BPA free, PVC free and phthalate free making these a safe, affordable, and practical gift!

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Review Disclosure


  1. I have heard of this company before–in fact, I think I did a promo with them and never received anything. I love the chevron designs, and I can imagine these work well and look nice at the same time.

  2. I like that they can be reused. At a certain age kids want to do everything themselves. This is so much less mess.

  3. These are really cute and awesome. Too bad they didn’t have these around when my kids were little.

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