being MVP: Fresh Food with Baby Cubes & Giveaway!

Fresh Food with Baby Cubes & Giveaway!



Since Mason is not eating solids yet, I asked my cousin to review Baby Cubes for her son, Royce and here are her thoughts:






When my daughter was a baby, I made all of her food homemade. I would freeze it in an ice cube tray so I would have individual size servings that I could easily take out of the freezer as needed.  But I have always had issues with freezer burn since the food is uncovered.  I was excited when I found an ice cube tray with a lid I thought I had solved that problem and I also liked it because I felt like it was more sanitary.  But I was still having issues with storing the baby food.  I tried putting all of the cubes into a gallon size ziploc or a large tupperware, but they would always get stuck together.  Now that I am on my second child and making homemade baby food for my son, I have finally discovered the perfect baby food container, Baby Cubes by Petite Creations.

 



They each have their own individual lid so they can be stored in the same container that they were originally frozen in, no need to transfer.  Also, they come with their own storage tray.  I cannot say enough about the storage tray.  First of all, they are stackable, so unlike the ice cube trays where I couldn't have them on top of each other, you can stack up several trays in your freezer. 


 
 
Also, the trays have a label where you can write expiration dates and /or contents of the cube, which are easy to wipe off and use with a dry erase marker.  The cubes are 1 ounce each and there are 8 in a tray.  There are also bigger sizes available, they also have a 2 ounce size and a four ounce size.  And the really cool thing is that you can mix and match sizes on the same tray, for example, you can combine two 4oz containers with four 1oz cubes on the same freezer tray. 
 
 
 
Baby Cubes are dishwasher safe, microwave safe, and freezer safe, which makes reheating and cleaning a lot easier.  I really love that the lids are attached to the cubes, they don't actually come off, so it's easier to wash them and not have to worry about losing the little lids in your dishwasher or matching them up again later after they're dry. 

Check out this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_DUU0ca9ZsY
 
 
Buy It:  Find where Baby Cubes are available for purchase HERE
 
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Two winners will receive an assortment of Baby Cubes!
 
(Open to US)
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The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

71 comments:

  1. There are just three easy steps to making baby food.
    hisprincess886 at yahoo dot com

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  2. That it's really easy to make your own food it makes me wonder why more ppl don't do it

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  3. Such a great idea. I love that they will prevent freezer burn with the individual covers.

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  4. I learned that Petite Creations is a family run business that looks for unique baby products from around the world. The utmost consideration and emphasis is always on product quality and safety.

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  5. They are BPA safe and safe to use in the freezer, microwave and the dishwasher!

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  6. I learned they are microwaveable

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  7. I love how the lids are attached. It is so hard to keep track of tiny lids!

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  8. I learned that Petite Creations is a family run business that looks for unique baby products from around the world. The utmost consideration and emphasis is always on product quality and safety. Which is a huge deal in my book.

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  9. I learned that Baby Cubes are
    BPA Free,
    Phthalates free and Lead free
    Non Toxic
    Microwave safe
    Dishwasher safe
    Freezer safe.

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  10. I learned that they are BPA free which is awesome.

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  11. I learned these things are awesome!!!! We have been doing the same thing and having the same problems you were!!! I love these they are BPA free microwave and dishwasher safe and best of all come in various sizes so as her appetite grows so do they!!! These are a MUST have!!!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!!

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  12. Microwave and dishwasher safe

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  13. Microwave and dishwasher safe, what a great thing.

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  14. My GFC name is Mrs. Kathy davis
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  15. They are dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  16. FB fan as Kathy Newsom Davis
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  17. I learned that Baby Cubes are: BPA Free, Phthalates free and Lead free.
    lajohnson555 at yahoo dot com

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  18. You can use these to freeze, microwave & then wash in the dishwasher - great that they make the process easier.

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  19. you can microwave the cubes too!

    karinaroselee at gmail dot com

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  20. I learned that you can microwave the cubes, that's so convienent!

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  21. I learned that they're microwave safe.

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  22. I love that these can go from the freezer to the microwave! I also love that this site has a section on starting solids and a recipes page!

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  23. I love that they have their own lids and can be frozen!

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  24. They are available in three sizes which is perfect for baby foods as they get older and eat more per serving.

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  25. I learned that they grow with your baby in 3 sizes.

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  26. They are BPA free and microwave safe! :)

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  27. They are non toxic, BPA free, dish washer safe!

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  28. bpa free and much easier to use than i thought!

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  29. I learned that they come in three sizes

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  30. I love that they are BPA free!

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  31. They are BPA free, dishwasher & microwave safe. Cool!

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  32. That they stack and don't take up much room in the freezer!

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  33. The have French translation on their page. LOL!

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  34. I learned that 'Baby Cubes have always been made with polypropylene plastic, a plastic that is now widely used because it does not leach any BPA or Phthalates when heated or cooled.'... even before the ban!

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  35. They can be heated to a temp of 400°F degrees to be sterilized.

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  36. BPA free and I love tht they have recipes on their site!

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  37. I learned that you can store fruit and veggies for 6 months in the freezer.
    -Heather S

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  38. BPA free and microwave safe! makes moms happy!

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  39. I learned that they are Microwave safe and
    Dishwasher safe

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  40. I learned they're carried at Burlington Coat Factory, which is just down the street from my house! I'll have to go check them out!

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  41. I didn't know these existed. I loved reading all about them. They store, freeze, microwave and are servable too.

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  42. I love that they are Microwave and Dishwasher safe! Also free of all plastics and chemicals!

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  43. thank for the chance to win!
    The baby cubes come in three awesome sizes, 40mL, 70mL and 120mL.

    jenny at jumperooforbaby.com

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  44. I learned that these cubes are made from a safe plastic called polypropylene.

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  45. They are microwave,dishwasher and freezer safe!

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  46. I currently make all of my little one's baby food, and am so proud to say that he has never been fed a jar of commercial baby food a day in his life. These Baby Cubes would make such a wonderful addition to our food making stash, and would be so helping (especially in transporting the food when we need to go out). I really enjoyed reading about the materials in these cubes, and was happy to see they are very baby safe. Thanks so much to the company for posting that information for parents, as it is very important.

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  47. I learned that if you drop the container then you can't use them, which I find odd. It should say (in my opinion) discontinue use if there is any damage.

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  48. I learned that Baby Cubes have always been made with polypropylene plastic, a plastic that is now widely used because it does not leach any BPA or Phthalates when heated or cooled.

    alittlepieceofheaven777(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  49. They're at Babies R Us! I'm going to add some to my registry :)

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  50. I learned you can freeze your baby food in them for up to 6 months, depending on the food
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  51. I learned they are bpa free (very important) and that they are microwavable. I like this alternative to buying the bullet. I can just use my own blender at home.

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  52. I learned they are microwaveable

    Kristie Betts
    Momsfreebies17@yahoo.com

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  53. BPA free, that is VERY important to my family!

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  54. I learned that Petite Creations is a family run business.

    maggie at literary winner dot com

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  55. I learned that Baby Cubes do not contain any phthalates or bisphenol A. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  56. I learned Baby Cubes are freezer safe

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