Frugal Baby Feeding: First Food Tastes

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: Anderson eating baby food, by Brian Brodeur (mightyb), on FlickrIf you are making your own baby food, and baby is still only at the tasting stage - storing your prepared food in ice-cube trays can be wasteful, since it is way more than your baby will eat in one sitting.

Look around for some cocktail ice-cube trays (I found mine at the Dollar store).

Depending on the size you find, each cube is only about 1-2 teaspoons - just the right size for a taste!

Then you can use the tray again when your child is older, to make fun ice cube shapes for their drinks!

Thanks to Suzanne for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Photo credit: Anderson eating baby food,
by Brian Brodeur (mightyb), on Flickr
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Image: Better Housewares Cubette Mini Ice Cube Trays - 90 mini ice cubes per tray. Twist to release cubes.Image: Casabella Silicone Mini Cube Ice Cube Tray, Set Of 2 - Constructed from flexible food grade silicone with no-spill reservoir for mess-free useShopping Suggestions:
Better Housewares Cubette Mini Ice Cube Trays
Casabella Silicone Mini Cube Ice Cube Tray
Arrow Ice Cube Tray
Mumi+Bubi Solids Starter Kit
Juvenile Solutions Baby Food Storage Cubes

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