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Have a baby that’s starting solid food? Looking for easy ways to bring your homemade purees on the go or feed your little one using a pouch? Let’s chat through a Infantino Squeeze Station review to see if it’s right for you!
When our first baby was just starting solid foods I made a lot of my own purees. (I’m not brave enough for baby led weaning and wanted to stick with purees!). We gave him my homemade purees when we were home but bought plenty of those handy squeeze pouches for when we were out and about.
I was sent an Infantino Squeeze Station to try out and since Roy still won’t eat vegetables on a daily basis I tried it out for him! (I can’t be the only mom who’s toddler won’t eat veggies unless they’re mixed with fruit am I??)
How does the Infantino Squeeze Station work?
First up you’ll need to make your own puree. You can start with just one fruit or vegetable for brand new eaters or make it more interesting with a variety of fruits and vegetables blended together. Keep reading for a simple recipe that Roy and I both love!
I suggest using something like a Vitamix or Nutribullet to make sure everything is blended up as smooth as possible. Your kids will be much more likely to eat spinach if there’s not chunks in it (learn from my mistakes!).
The other thing you can do is use these for store bought apple sauce or yogurt to make them more accessible for kids and great for on the go! This will help save money when you buy things in bulk and split them up into pouches on your own.
Before you set up your Infantino Squeeze Station, write the date and what’s in the puree on the pouch with a permanent marker. It’s a lot easier to do it that way than after the pouch is full.
Next you’ll want to set up your Infantino Squeeze Station. Screw on the tubes onto the pouches and insert them into their slots on the station. That’s it! 🙂
Once you’re all set up, pour your puree mix into the tubes. Take the press and push the puree into the pouches. Remove the pouch from the tube, put the cap and you’re good to go!
Infantino Squeeze Station Review
Let me just tell you my mind was blown. And no, I’m not joking!
Had we would have had this when Roy was small I would have used it ALL the time. You literally just mix up the puree like you would normally and rather than put it in a container, you can put it directly in a pouch!
Clean up is incredibly easy, everything is BPA, PVC and phthalate free and the tubes fit inside the squeeze station for compact storage.
Here is my recipe!
- 1 banana
- 1 cup of mango
- a handful of spinach
I tend to do more fruit than veggies so I can disguise the greens a bit! Just mix the ingredients together in a blender, attach the bags and fill tubes, pour in the puree, press it down and attach the cap! Seriously so easy!
Another nice thing about the pouches is you can freeze them for up to 4 months! I’m planning on making a ton of varieties for both Roy and Penelope (for when she starts solids in just a couple of months!!).
Infantino Squeeze Station Pros
- Able to make things in bulk.
- Save money (not buying store bought pouches).
- Easy to use.
- Easy to clean.
Infantino Squeeze Station Cons
- Needs to be mostly smooth with no chunks.
- Can create a mess if it’s not put together properly.
If you’re a mom of a baby starting solids or a toddler who won’t eat veggies and you rely on pouches to get nutrients in them I highly recommend the Infantino Squeeze Station!
Thanks so much for reading!
Now swing over to my Raised Real review for another baby food option!