Prizeapalooza day eight – Squooshi reusable food pouches

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If your New Year’s resolution was to stop buying packaged baby food and start making it yourself (don’t scoff – I know you are out there!) then today’s prize will make that task a million times easier.

In fact, it will be easier for three separate winners, who are going to take home the mixed pack of Squooshi reusable food pouches pictured above, as well as a drying rack. Each prize pack is valued at US$47. The winners will each receive eight refillable Squooshi pouches (four small, four large) and the drying rack for ease of cleaning. Not just for baby food, the Squooshi pouches can hold a wide range of pureed and semi-solid foods and drinks so don’t hold back from entering just because you don’t have infants!

To enter leave a comment below with your full name in the Post a Comment section, telling us which recipe from the Squooshi recipe collection would go down a treat at your place. You have seven days and entries close midnight, 14 February, 2013.

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228 Comments

  1. OMG!!! This is the great thing I have seen. I make all my sons food and these would be fantastic for when we are out and about. Fingers crossed for me in this competition :-)

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  2. * greatest

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  3. I would make frozen yoghurt smoothies to gobble down on these hot days. Made with Jalna they are perfect for my 9 month and 9 year old (and mum and dad!) and so much better than store bought ice cream!

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  4. Love the idea of these. How convienient for going out and travelling. Nothing better knowing your giving your bub food that you have made :)

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  5. I have a 4 month old son who will soon be starting to try his first foods. I am going to try the carrot and Apple puree, without thr spinach first. Then I will introduce it slowly. So many good recipes to help us get started.

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  6. Will be starting my little one on solids in a couple of months, so the super porridge sounds good to me

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  7. What an awesome idea. I use to buy th pouches as it was so much easier tat trying to ake my homemade food…..I would definitely be tryin the mango lassi…prob for myself:)

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  8. I am yet to try any Squooshi recipes as I’m a FTM – 23w4d but OMG they are so cute especially the Panda, that I would love them for my little one to enjoy meals/snacks on the go.

    Thanks

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  9. I think they will save us money and my child will eat and drink oyt off them. It will be healthier to make your own.

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  10. Oh I soooo want these. Our little man has multiple severe food allergies so I make everything as one of his allergies is all preservatives, colours and flavours. These would be PERFECT! And make life soooo mucheasier on the go

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  11. My daughter can’t have dairy and so I make all her custards and yogurts for her. These Squooshis would be perfect for housing and keeping them for her.
    Emilie Eadie

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  12. Green bean, zucchini and potato purée, sounds yummy and healthy, good enough that I’d definitely chow down on bubs leftovers! Those ingrediants are always in my kitchen, perfect baby purée!

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  13. Intolerant to a lot our youngest one is,
    no peaches no dairy no soy!
    no this no that upset tummy at a drop of the hat,
    makes meal times a terrible chore!
    Two foods she can eat are lovely and green,
    apples and spinach galore!
    So green apple sauce will leave her begging for more!
    Much nicer then bland boring rice!

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  14. How cool are these pouches and so nice when you can make your own purée from scratch, one I would try would be the – BABY FOOD RECIPE WITH BEETS + PEARS + KIWI + STRAWBERRY yummo! Thanks. :)

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  15. Apple-licious oatmeal!

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  16. Oh wow how cute! I’m due to have our baby in 4 weeks & I’m sure these will come in handy soon!! Hope I win :)

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  17. So convenient and love that there is no wastage, great for a mess free yogurt solution in my house, the kids will love it!

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  18. Mango Lassi!

    I am already using cloth nappies on my baby to help reduce our impact on the environment. He is now starting to eat solids and I’d like to avoid buying the pre packed bags from the shops. These would be awesome to take out and about. I’ve not seen them before. Wish I’d thought of the idea.

    K.lovatsis

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  19. My resolution to make all my baby food is going really well so far. So this would be a great prize. The green applesauce sounds yummy!

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  20. Wow what a fantastic idea, would deff come in handy

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  21. Love these!! definately the lentil soup! great for mum and miss 3.

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  22. These look fantastic! I look forward to making my little girl fresh foods when she starts eating solids. The green applesauce looks interesting! Yummo!

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  23. definitely the yoghurt, its the one thing that I know all the kids will eat

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  24. Definitely the mango lassi! My little one is too young for solids just yet but I thing food in a pouch just tastes better :)

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  25. I bought something just like this yesterday, but nowhere near as cute. I would try the lentil soup as our toddler is refusing to eat meat or chicken at the moment.

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  26. My oldest wouldn’t eat from a spoon when out as too many distractions, these would be perfect for when my new one gets a bit older!

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  27. I just got a set of these and would love another set. My 5 month old loves the green applesauce recipe as well as his vege mixes in his and my two year old loves her homemade yoghurt for breakfast in hers. Best idea ever!

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  28. The carrot, apple and ginger purée in a batch would be awesome, cook up enough to have spare squooshi’s in the freezer making it super easy to grab and go! And I think my 6 month would adore the gorgeous animal designs. Fingers crossed ; )

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  29. My niece loves anything yoghurt so the mango lassi would be perfect.

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  30. We are mango fans in our household. The Mango Lassi Puree is the perfect mango treat. My kids would eat it day and night – like having a dessert all day. It would also be delicious topped onto your breakfast cereal and swirled through your cake or muffin mix, for that extra oomph. Can’t wait to try the recipe – would be truly perfect if I won the food pouches to store the extra mixture. (Rachel Kriss-Newell)

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  31. So many choices… any fruit smoothee would be great in lunch boxes but i think starting the kids day with super porridge full of vitamins and fibre would be the best way to use these adorable and practical containers(bottles).

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  32. Wow! These are incredible! I would try the Green Applesauce recipe – it looks so healthy and nutritious but also tasty for my toddler at the same time.

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  33. Amy Grima – I would love to try making the lentil soup

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  34. Vitamin A vege mix with the veges from our own vege patch would be great to make the most nutritious use of the squooshi. Would love to win but was going to buy these fantastic products any way! Brie Treasure

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  35. We would try the Halloween recipe for pumpkin, apple and spinach here; although we’re still about 5 months off starting solids yet!

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  36. I’d like to try the mango lassi, as everyone in the family enjoys them :)

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  37. I love Shannon’s philosophy and the super porridge would go down a treat with my son in a squooshi pouch.

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  38. My 8 month old would love these!

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  39. I love the fruit smoothie idea! Perfect for this warm weather and hopefully perfect for getting my fussy almost 3 year old to have more fruit! The green applesauce recipe sounds interesting too. I wonder what other vegetables I could ‘squeeze’ into the toddler through such fun packaging!

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  40. the pears green beans and greek yoghurt sounds so yummy I think I could send a Squooshi pouch of it off to work with my Hubby!

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  41. Love these – they were on my Pinterest board awhile ago!! I make and freeze all my baby girls food but use the packaged food when we’re out for lunch or dinner as they’re too easy. This would let me have our food when out too!!

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  42. Oh and I’d make more of yoghurt and custard recipes for her!

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  43. My sons just started to eat solids recently and loves mango. The mango lassi puree is great for on the go if you’ve got Squooshis!!!

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  44. Squooshi is just such a fabulous idea & too cute designs. Bubby has just started solids and loves orange food. So would love to try the green bean zucchini & potato recipe…with applesauce too.

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  45. I would make the lentil soup. My family loves eating lentils and I cant wait to introduce the soup our daughter. The squooshi sound and look fantastic. I’m a first time mum so this product would come in handy in my household.

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  46. Those are AMAZING! DS would love these as he is a big fan of the pouches but I despair at the waste and not controlling what is in them!

    I know DS would love the Green Applesauce recipe!

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  47. Would love the mango lassi – something Alex and I can share as he starts eating food in the next few weeks!

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  48. So cute & clever. Luv it!!

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  49. Green Applesauce is sounds Crazy but my Sons Favourite Foods are Broccoli and Spinach :)

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  50. Mango Lassi Purée! My little one loves mango flavoured treats!

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  51. Carrot apple and ginger. I found my now 2yr old would only eat homemade food and refused store bought ones when we were out. These would be fantastic for bub number 2 if he/she is as fussy when the time comes for solids. Plus I like they are environmentally friendly and bub safe too!

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  52. While it’s definitely not soup weather at the moment, I do love my soups so I’d have to try the Lentil soup from the Squooshi recipe collection.

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  53. My one year old is quite partial to all things fruit, and I think the mango lassi would be the favourite for her!! I think my big kids (4 & 6) would munch into it too though.

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  54. Wow – mango lassi recipe for me! Oh wait I mean for my little one :)

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  55. My six month old is just starting solids and it has been a messy affair! I’m not sure he is actually digesting any of the food at all… either way I am going to try the spinach & apple sauce recipe from the squooshi site. I would LOVE these containers they are so cute!

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  56. What a fantastic idea and so cute as well. My daughter fell in love with Mango Lassi’s in Bali, so definetly the Mango Lassi Puree

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  57. Those pouches are so cute! As for recipes…I like the idea of the green applesauce, not only for bub but also for me! The mango lassi and lentil soup also sound good.

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  58. I was just commenting last week that I would like to invent these pouches as my two year old will only eat yoghurt this way. It would be much cheaper and healthier to make my own food with these pouches and I would know exactly what she is eating. I woulduse the mango lassi purée recipe and also experiment with my with produce that is in season. These pouches would be a valuable addition to our home and would get used daily by my daughter then my son when he is ready to have solids.

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  59. The Mango Lassi Puree would be a huge winner with my daughter. She LOVES fruit and LOVES yoghurt!!

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  60. I plan to fill them with homemade yoghurt just like the ones from the supermarket !!

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  61. The mango lassi purée sounds delicious! Great food for my baby, and great study snack for me.

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  62. I hope that the green veg and potato would go down a treat in my house. Zucchini is the only thing my 5 1/2 month old actually eats, everything else comes straight back out!

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  63. Finding healthy snacks for my two boys
    Has been as hard as getting them to pick up their toys
    I always end up making banana bread
    We eat it every week so I know they are well fed
    But like me they get bored of eating the same food
    So I’d love these pouches to help mix up the mood
    I’d start with the mango lassi, yum!
    Maybe then they’d think I was an awesome mum!

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  64. My 7 month old will be starting on yoghurt soon so mango lassi it is! Maybe he and i can share, it sounds so good!

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  65. Green applesauce, my bub loves greens with fruit. Can’t say that I’m a fan thou :)

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  66. Little Green Monster recipe seems ideal for Miss nearly three.
    She loves the yoghurts in a bag, makes healthy stuff easier to be had.
    The drying rack is a great idea, can’t wait to see if in my post they appear :)

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  67. The Green Applesauce recipe is such a superfood! Eating this healthy and nutritious power food, my son will turn into Popeye, eating spinach (without knowing!) to recharge his superhuman strength and grow so major guns (no anchor tattoos allowed though!)

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  68. I am jumping for joy reading the Mango Lassi Puree mixture! My daughter refuses to eat mango (“Noooooooo…It’s stinky mummy!”), so this scrumptuous treat means a healthy mango snack that tastes great and hides so much goodness (and smells!)

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  69. Mango Lassi Puree
    My son just love love lovesss mango!

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  70. My son doesn’t do breakfast – when he wakes up, he’s super busy and goes straight to his toys, avoiding his highchair like the plague! The Apple-licious oatmeal will make him gung ho for brekkie – he’ll think he’s eating a delicious dessert, not boring breakfast!

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  71. Since my son doesn’t like to eat meat or spinach, I have been worried about his iron intake. So the Green Applesauce recipe would be a great way to increase his iron intake.

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  72. Omg no more having to buy Ben 10 yogurt or princess ones that are so expensive. I love the idea if the green apple sauce with spinach but I know I would try the mango lassi. Oh and use it to fill up with more cost effective yogurt.

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  73. I think I’d go for the green applesauce! That way i could eat some too!!

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  74. How fantastic are these! I would make the lentil soup and certainly use them for yoghurt for my toddler!

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  75. The Apple-licious oatmeal sounds like the most amazing treat in the world , I’ll probably be trying to steal some from her ;)

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  76. ❤❤❤❤spinach and Apple for my son delicious combination he has asthma so perfect and light and nutricious❤❤❤❤❤

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  77. My bubba loves pasta bolognaise!!

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  78. Mango Lassi Purée. What a convenient way to have homemade food on the go.

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  79. With so many mangoes on hand this summer, and my little one being a yoghurt lover, I think the mango lassi puree sounds like a winner!

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  80. What a super fantastic idea!!! My son is 8 months old and still only interested in mush!! We are heading away on a beach holiday and these would be just perfect!!! The mango lassi would definitely have to be a favourite!!!!

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  81. A brilliant idea – I would use these for my girls lunches and snacks. My eldest has just started school and loves to take yoghurt – it would be perfect for a frozen yoghurt smoothie :) I love the recipe for lentil soup as well – my daughters love lentils – so at last there is a way to make it portable but not messy!

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  82. I am so happy to see that some clever person has created these. Another win for the environment and for me too as I like to know exactly what my little girl is eating. I would love to try the carrot, apple and ginger purée :)

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  83. Such s great idea these are!! Mango Lassi will definately be a favourite for my little man.

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  84. Lentil soup! Just the thing to be filling up my little man when the weather starts to cOol down!

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  85. Wow these are genius! I’m big on cooking healthy nutritious meals for my little guy but I have to admit that at times, for convenience sake, I’ve resorted to squeezies. No mess, no fuss, however a huge environmental burden & they’re expensive particularly if you opt for the organic variety in BPA free plastic.

    I’d definitely make the lentil soup – we’re vegetarian so lentils are a good source of protein and iron :)

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  86. Mmm Apple-ishious Oatmeal would be very popular in these adorable pouches!

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  87. I love the adaptability of these! Perfect for our 3 year old right through to our 9 year old son! They would love an oat smoothie for school and sports but on warm days would appreciate an icey mango lassi!

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  88. i always want the perfect gift for baby showers, that are not only practical, but a little bit different. These will fit the bill perfectly. I especially like the drying rack.

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  89. The green applesauce wounds great. We seem to always have plenty of spinach in the garden :-)

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  90. Definitely the green applesauce! We have just started solids and these look like such a fun way to eat them.

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  91. Cute fun designs to fill will Grenn Apple Sauce for my little one when its solids time

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  92. Mango Lassi Puree is healthy and convenient for any time of the day!
    Prepared with fresh and tasty ingredients, it would be devoured in obedience!

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  93. OMG vegie delight! I have been looking for a way of getting my four year old to eat vegetables (any vegetable!) Its so frustrating … so I would love to try the green vegetables and potato.

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  94. The green applesauce is genius. I will definitely be giving that a go whether I win or not!

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  95. Green bean, zucchini and potato purée sound delicious for our baby girl.

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  96. I’m going to try the mango lassi. How great to have a convenient way to take my little man’s food out & about with us.

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  97. Apple-ishious Oatmeal… I think I could get fussy eater miss four to have a good breakfast!

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  98. I have been looking for something like this! My toddler now insists on yoghurt from a squeeze pack. The mango lassi recipe would be perfect – economical and I can control the ingredients!

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  99. Mango Lassi would be my daughter’s favourite. The perfect summer treat. Love that they can be used over and over again. These would save me atleast $10 on my weekly grocery bill buying the pre prepared satchels of puree fruit!

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  100. My kiddies cannot stand soup, let alone a green one! Icky, yucky, mummy! So tucked away in these gorgeous pouches, the lentil soup will miraculously become very appealing, tasty and yummy!

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  101. The only thing better than home made yoghurt is home made yoghurt that doesnt require cleaning your house from floor to ceiling once the kiddies have finsihed eating. Love it!

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  102. Apple-ishious sounds so delicious! Unlike most porridge recipes, this one is super “kid friendly” and makes congee an appetising breakfast or snack that keeps my daughter’s tummy fuller for longer and super-energised for ore-school!

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  103. As the others have said, I am pretty sure my son would love the Mango Lassi recipe but I would also love to try it with the Lentil Soup because cleaning up soup is a nightmare, a squooshi pouch seems soo much easier!

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  104. Applesauce & spinach!! Yummy & healthy!

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  105. Why do I never think of combinations like these?! Great recipes to try with my little man (love that so many of the foods are raw) and a brilliant way to take them out on our adventures!

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  106. Definitely the APPLE-LISCIOUS OATMEAL! Great for breakfast on the go for young and old!

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  107. Lentil soup yum! my son would have to fight me for it!!

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  108. Exactly what I need for hands free feeding of my twins while out and about.

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  109. What a fantastic idea! Miss 2 loves eating yoghurt out of these! I would love to try the Mango Lassi Puree recipe!

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  110. My girls would love the Mango Lassi! We bought 4 sqooshi packets and it’s just not enough for two little ones! We’d definitely love more!

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  111. My first never ate from a spoon these Would have saved me a fortune in squeezies. I would love to try these with my second who is soon to start solids, I think number one will love to take Mango Lassi to daycare too

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  112. I would make the green applesauce. I like to sneak spinach in as often as possible.

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  113. Mango Lassi in a squooshi would be divine,
    For my dear miss 2 who doesn’t have time
    To leave her toys to sit for a healthy treat,
    But no longer will we have this dilemma,
    Cause with squooshi she can play AND eat.

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  114. I need to try that green applesauce recipe. Very sneaky!! :)

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  115. Been looking for something like this for snack times for my 2 boys.. Would be great to use for yogurt or my boys favourite green smoothie (banana/pineapple/pear/spinach)!

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  116. MANGO LASSI PUREE – My kids are mad about mango!

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  117. Mango Lassi is a great one! All three of my girls use these! 7mo and 3 yrs on the go and 5 yrs in her lunch. As a new SAHM I love saving money and these ROCK!

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  118. Pumpkin, apple and spinach as my little one has to have apple with everything and this would be a good one to try out.

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  119. The green apple sauce sounds yummy!

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  120. wow! theses sound super amazing. definitely have to get some if i don’t win ;) the Mango Lassi Puree recipe sounds a delight for my 6 month old very new to food.

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  121. Lov the green apple sauce. We are about to start solids so this would be the best little kitchen helper.

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  122. The green applesauce looks so delicious I think the adults would love it more than the kids.

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  123. Mango lassi! Yumo awesome prize.

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  124. My little one loves his vegies and with the cooler weather on its way i know he’ll love the lentil soup!

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  125. These Squooshi’s are so cute! And very practical for all the homemade food i make for my son! I would love to try the Lentil Soup Recipe from the Squooshi website – my son LOVES his veggies, so this would be right up his alley!

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  126. love to try green applesauce

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  127. I always make my children’s food and with our third bub due soon these would be AWESOME!!! I like the MANGO LASSI PUREE recipe on the website. My previous bubs favourite breakfast was watermelon, strawberries, blueberries and apples.

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  128. What an awesome idea! My bubba has allergies, and I spend so long at the supermarket looking through ingredients on food. To be able to easily take my homemade food when on the go would be so much better. All the recipes on the web page looked interesting, but any fruity one would go down a treat with my littlies.

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  129. UM, this is possibly the best invention ever! And not just for bubs, but for mama too :P Bubs would love Green Applesauce, I would love to make smoothies out of soy milk and mixed berries to take to work hehe!

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  130. The Mango Lassi! Yumm!!

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  131. What a fabuous product! I will be making all my baby’s food when he is old enough to eat, I think the Mango Lassi Puree sounds amazing!

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  132. The yoghurt smoothies

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  133. The mango lassi puree is great recipe for a healthy dessert on the go!

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  134. Oh my little one loves the little green monster ! I’ve shared the link with my mothers group as we have been searching for great ideas to get more veggies into little tummies ! I’m so happy with squooshi as buying the yoghurt in pouches was getting quite expensive !! Thanks for a great product

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  135. Frozen Mango Lassi… mmmmmmm :)

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  136. My almost 3 year old still loves squeezy pouches and it’s the only way I can get her to eat fruit (weird, I know). The mango lassi (tried with pawpaw, passionfruit and banana combis too) would be awesome!

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  137. The whole family is on a SUPERFOOD diet so why not continue this with bubs when he starts solids in 3 months. The pumpkin, spinach and apple puree would give him the best start to eating a nutritious, high antioxidant meal when he starts to enjoy hs palate.

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  138. Love the Lentil soup, sounds like something I could take to work in my very own Squooshi, the kids would love something sweet like yogurt

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  139. Vitamin A veggie mix will work a treat for Mr 2 who refuses to eat veggies in their true form but will happily slurp them down… and the lion Squooshi will make it even more enticing as he loves lions and tigers!

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  140. I would make yogurt smoothies for my boys, would be perfect to freeze and place in school lunch boxes!

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  141. The mango lassi purée looks divine! My little guy loves mangos especially when they’re in season locally here in Darwin), so I’m sure he’d love this meal!

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  142. Pears + Peas + Spinach sounds devine every baby would love this so much and even i would be willing to eat it!

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  143. I really like the sound of the Mango Lassi.

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  144. Mango Lassi for both my boys both big and small, I can steal it if they don’t eat it all!

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  145. The mango yogurt lassi puree recipe would be right at home at our place with our family’s love of mangoes!

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  146. The Baby Food Recipe With Beets + Pears + Kiwi + Strawberry actually sounds delicious, unlike so many of the baby food recipes you see!

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  147. I’d love to say my little man would love the green vegetables and potatoes recipe from the Squooshie website but he’s definitely a meat and potatoes man- perhaps the cute reusable Squooshie pouches will encourage him to eat some greens!

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  148. Definitely the smoothies for my tribe of 4!

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  149. The Mango Lassi Puree or the smoothies for my little man. They sound beautiful!

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  150. MANGO LASSI PUREE IN SQUOOSHI REUSABLE FOOD POUCH this would be the choice in our household. Best it is sealed as mummy may eat it all before my baby boy gets a look it!!!

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  151. These are soo cute, making meal times fun. I think the lentil soup woul be yummy for both mummy and baby.

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  152. As a veg grandma , I wanted to serve my 11 mo old grandson a nutritious meal. The super baby book Main meal of the day is my answer!

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  153. I think we would be a fan of the smoothies!

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  154. My sister has been making all of her own food for her little 8 month old. I’ll be inheriting her steaming/blender bullet when my little come comes and can’t wait to make all my own baby foods.

    I’ve been discovering the tastiness of GREEN SMOOTHIES while pregnant, so I think I’ll be keen to feed my child the GREEN APPLESAUCE recipe. that way mum and bub can both enjoy their crazy bright green food in the morning :D

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  155. Little Miss is starting to try her first foods and loves it! Would love to be able to use the veggies in season out of the garden – Spinach, tomatoes and squash I might try !!

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  156. So smart! I would love to try this!!!

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  157. My daughter is 7 months and I love making (and eating) her food. Would love to give these cute pouches a go!

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  158. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! I’m having number 2 and with number 1 I made the food but could never find a suitable container to take it in. Fantastic recipes, the Green apple sauce recipe sounds fab, a great way to introduce veggies as well. Thanks for sharing the Squooshi site it’s fab.

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  159. Love love love these! I’ve just made the mango lasso and miss L who is 10 months enjoyed it. It would be less messy with a squooshi pouch tho! Haha!!

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  160. Love the Green Applesauce recipe as I really struggle to get my daughter to eat meat and spinach is another great source of iron.

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  161. I have been eyeing these pouches off for months! I’ll be trying the Pears, green beans and greek yoghurt first.

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  162. I can imagine trying all kinds of recipes for our household,- banana smoothies for our toddler, snacks for keeping my husband going on a long bike ride, and a mango lassi or healthy to keep my protein intake up throughout my pregnancy whilst at work.

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  163. Oh i want those pouches! The green applesauce recipe would go down nice and smooth around here, Perfect way to sneak in some greens!

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  164. Mango Lassi, even mummy will want in on this one

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  165. Will give Old Blue Eyes a try, and reckon we will all be eating it!

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  166. The lentil soup looks yummy. Have some reusable packets at the moment, but this brand looks seriously superior! Would love them please

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  167. Green bean, zucchini and potato purée
    Sounds too good to be delicious,
    But packed with nutrients, antioxidents and vitamins,
    It’s a bowl that’s just nutritious.

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  168. Green Applesauce for sure! What a fabulous way to get green veges in in a fun & colourful way. They look fantastic!

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  169. Great product, wish I had found you earlier, this is just what I needed when we took me then 6 month old daughter on a five week camping trip around cape York! I think the cool footballer has the idea, smoothies!! Awesome!

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  170. Thanks for posting about these. I have a Thermomix, which makes it super simple to whip up delicious and healthy baby food. These are the perfect accompaniment!

    Lentil soup for us first…yummo!

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  171. The lentil soup sounds delicious, nutritious and very warming.

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  172. Pears Peas and Spinach will definitely be on the cards when I start my little one on solids next month! An all green recipe to go with a very green baby feeding solution!

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  173. I’d try the lentil soup in them as that would work for most of the family .(wonder how many vegetables I could hide in these) ( mmmwwwhahaha)

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  174. How convenient are these, would be great when we are out and about and I think Dad would even be able to use them!

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  175. Whatever-veggies-are-in-season-puree!

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  176. I would make the Mango Lassi and send it frozen in lunch boxes – would be yummy for morning tea and would stop my girls begging me for the readymades from the supermarket that are sooo unhealthy and full of sugar!!!!

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  177. Mango lassi purée sounds delicious and I am sure my infant will be encouraged to start on solids with this treat!

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  178. I just love the Green Applesauce, I would definitely try this at home. I love that it’s very healthy and is easy to make. Perfect for a SQUOOSHI reusable squeeze pouch. A lovely treat for our little one.

    -Vannedith Villo-Nario

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  179. Mango lassi sounds super yummy

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  180. Two kids – one fussy with food, one not,
    Squooshi pouches perfect to get both eating a lot.
    Green Apple Sauce would have bubba boy screaming for more,
    While Mango Lassi Purée would stop miss fussy from being a food bore.

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  181. I love the mango lassi and other yoghurt recipes as they do not contain additives.

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  182. How wonderful for food on the go, at any age!
    thanks Squooshi, my 11 month old granddaughter would just love these….

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  183. How wonderful for food on the go, at any age… way to go Squooshi, my 11 month old granddaughter would just LOVE these..!

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  184. The “Green Applesauce” is a big winner with my picky 6 month old. Regular applesauce is too tart for him but when we used this recipe, he gobbled it right up!

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  185. Mango Lassi puree

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  186. Mango lassi…and plain yogurt and for a treat chocolate custard. Hopefully this would be a good way to get them to eat more fruit.

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  187. Green Applesauce! These pouches are super cute! I totally want some!

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  188. Super Porridge. Nothing is more important than getting a good meal into the kids at the start of the day when they are fresh & rearing to go!

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  189. My 16 month old has an addiction with pouches of any shapes & sizes. She would eat anything (and I mean anything!) that comes out of a pouch!

    This wonderful Squooshi invention would be great to finally get her on the greens bandwagon! But I’d still start with the fool-proof mango lassi :)

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  190. The Green Apple Sauce would be a delight, transportable for those long trips to the city. No more needing to buy baby something on the way, with a Squooshi reusable food pouch. Love the panda design, so cute!

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  191. i think my bubba boy (and everyone else in the house) would love the Mango Lassi Puree, it sounds super yummy and on hot days would go down a treat.

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  192. Mango Lassi would have both Mumma and bubba droolin’
    Fruit of heavan deliciousness yummy with some coolin’

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  193. The mango lassi puree looks like it would be a delicious and fun dessert for bubs to feed themselves, after the important main course is done. These are gorgeous!

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  194. My partner and his family dont eat ANY vegetables! So I think the green bean, pear and greek yoghurt recipe would be a great way to introduce green vegetables to our darling bub! (Any maybe even the Hubby!)

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  195. The most unique recipe I have ever seen included pears, green beans and Greek yoghurt. I never would have thought up that combination! So that would be the first recipe i would try in a Squooshi. Of course mum would have to do some taste testing also :P

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  196. These are awesome! What a clever idea. I’m liking the sound of the mango lassi puree.

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  197. The mango lassi puree sounds amazing!

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  198. OMG!!! These are so awesome, my mother and I were searching baby stores for things like this just the other week.
    I just love the Green Applesauce recipe cause I want my son to eat more greens!!

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  199. my little one was born small it’s true,
    so getting her to eat is the most important thing to do.
    Super porridge is the perfect start,
    to help my daughter put on weight, and is also good for her heart!

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  200. I have ju

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  201. The lentil soup would be wonderful. Could send for school lunch or feed baby. These squooshi’s look great have been searching for this type of product

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  202. Mangos are a hit with the whole family and the Mango Lassi Puree is a Winner with not only bubs but the bigger kids too!!! A perfect partner for the Squooshi reusable food pouch!

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  203. Love, love these pouches. My baby girl loves her food but she has something for pumpkin, so the Halloween recipe would be my pick!

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  204. These are such a fabulous idea! I feel so guilty with all of the plastic waste created when using the commercial food packets. My two year old would love the lentil soup or the mango lassi!

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  205. Great give-away and a perfect gift for friends with little ones!

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  206. The mango lassi recipe would be great to take out and about with my active boy! I love this idea as he often rejects my homemade food for shop bought packets, this could hopefully fix that.

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  207. the yummy lentil soup would be a perfect dinner on the go for nights when we have to rush out to swimming class!

  208. Ooooh!! The lentil soup would be fantastic!!

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  209. Would be great for kids of any age as you could fill them with ‘healthier’ or fruit filled greek yogurt and freeze them for school, so they could last them years – so not necessarily just for babies!

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  210. Yummy lentil soup and some mango lassi’s would. E a great homemade treat for my baby girl to take on her adventures.

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  211. Definitely the mango lassi! I have mango frozen from Jan that would be perfect for it! It would be great frozen and would keep the lunchbox cool too!

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  212. Easy to choose!?! Mango passion puree…or anything with yoghurt. He can’t get enough of it.

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  213. Lentil soup is popular in our house! These pouches are such an awesome idea.

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  214. Oh please please please!!!!
    My two older kids love lentil soup so that’s be a great recipe to try for number three!!

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  215. Definitely the yogurt. So fed up with those expensive disposable ripoffs at the supermarket!

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  216. Mango lassi puree @.@

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  217. The mango lassi purée sounds good enough for me to eat too!

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  218. Oh my goodness what a great idea, I never knew such things existed! Love! Green-Applesauce is what I’ll be whipping up!

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  219. The apple cinnamon oats are one of my daughters favourites!

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  220. I would LOVE to win this. My 9 month old baby was giggling when he looked at them on the computer screen. I would make the Green Applesauce recipe to put my Squooshi if I win. My bub has refused to eat with a spoon and I can’t get him to eat purees. I think these would HELP!

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  221. The Mango Lassi purée would definite be the favourite! My kids love yoghurt and smoothies so would love them :) These pouches are very cute :)

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  222. These look great, I was using something from cherub baby but they didn’t last very long in terms of reuse. Would love these for yoghurt now that my boys are past purees!

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  223. Beets, pear, kiwi fruit and strawberries would be a winner here!! In a lion pouch of course :-)

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  224. Super porridge is the perfect recipe for our boy who loves to have that for breakfast

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  225. Mango Lassi Puree sounds delicious! My daughter would be so excited if she found this in her lunch box!

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  226. It looks like my little boy is going to be lactose intolerant and have a dairy allergy, which makes me nervous about buying packaged food for him. These pouches would be amazing for making his own food. Love the green applesauce recipe!

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  227. My gorgeous miss loves sharing strawberries with her Mema – definitely the strawberry-licious greek yoghurt mix on the menu for us!!

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  228. Try this recipe, my little man used to go bonkers when he could smell it cooking.
    4 apples, peeled, quartered.
    Cook in enough water just to cover until tender with…
    2 cloves
    1/4 tsp cinnamon
    Handful of frozen berries of your choice
    When tender blitz it up for babies, or leave in pieces for toddlers. Goes great with porridge, cereals, yoghurt, etc.
    Blitz this up would go great in the Squooshi pouches.

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