I’ve gotta be real with ya’ll. I had high hopes throughout my pregnancy of making the freshest, best baby food for Baby Girl, and bought everything to be ready to do just that. And then she was born, I got sick, our whole world was turned inside out, and I went back to work… and making baby food was the least of my worries.
Luckily, when I went back to work, my mother-in-law was watching Anissa and started making her and her cousin, Ella, some yummy homemade baby food. I think it includes some mix of pumpkin, potato, onions and more- Anissa’s pallet is going to be awesome!
During some of my down-time between my student teaching and subbing, I was able to start finally making some baby food creations for my little miss, and storage was never an issue thanks to Sage Spoonfuls, an awesome company that provides all the tools you need to make healthy, delicious and affordable food for your baby!
The folks over at Sage Spoonfuls were awesome enough to send me a set of Glass Storage Containers, as well as a set of eco-friendly bamboo spoons to test out.
The glass jars are 4 oz. each, which is perfect because that’s just about how much Anissa is eating right now! They are perfect for food, snacks, finger foods and so much more! The best part is, they even come with 30 labels so you don’t have to try to remember what food it is or when it was made! I started out with saving some of my mother-in-law’s puree for Anissa, and loved having the date right there so I wouldn’t forget when to use it by!
As for the spoons, my favorite thing about them was that they are the perfect size for my tiny-mouth gal! They don’t splinter, which is obviously awesome, and they are dishwasher safe. They come in a pack of 3 for $9.99, which is not bad at all, if you ask me!
Knowing I had an easy storage system made taking the homemade baby food challenge much easier! I didn’t have to worry about saving baby food containers or storing the food in oversized tupperware containers. I love the fact that these glass jars are dedicated to Anissa’s food only, so I can definitely make and store the freshest food for her. I ended up creating a few new recipes for her- the orange creation was sweet potato and corn, and the dark food was black beans, quinoa and corn. She loved both, and I loved using our Sage Spoonfuls products to store them!
Besides the products I tested out, Sage Spoonfuls offers a complete line of award-winning products; including an immersion blender and food processor, storage jars, labels, stackable storage trays, a cooler with freezer pack, insulated tote bag and a handy pocket guide. The storage jars, labels, trays and freezer pack are Made in the USA and all of their products are BPA free and made with non-toxic materials.
Mom created and launched in September 2011, the idea for Sage Spoonfuls was born when owner Liza Huber had her first baby. She could not find homemade baby food products that offered the ease of use, convenience and quality she was looking for. Sage Spoonfuls provides parents with a complete homemade baby food system. One that allows them to easily make, serve, store and take their healthy homemade baby food on-the-go! Sounds good to me, how about you?
I know I can honestly say I am a Sage Spoonful lover for life! I’ve really been inspired to make a lot more baby food for Anissa, and I honestly have this brand to thank for it!
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Disclaimer: This review was made possible by Sage Spoonfuls. I received product in exchange for the review, however all opinions are 100% mine.