Save money, be green, and keep your toddler happy all at the same time!

I don't know about you, but my kid goes through a ton of fruit pouches. We're constantly buying more to throw in the diaper bag for when we're on-the-go. Fortunately, to cut down on cost (and waste), we came across Baby Brezza's Reusable Baby Food Storage Pouches.

You can buy these genius pouches on Amazon for only $9.99 for a pack of 10! That's a dollar per pouch, folks. The best part is, they're easy to use and wash. You open up the double zippered side, and it stands up on its own. I would recommend using the provided funnel to fill the pouch since you're less likely to have spills. You simply pour in your desired filling (we like to do yogurt or applesauce), zipper it up, and hand it to your tot. It's that easy!

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Once your little one drains it, you simply rinse it out and throw it in the top rack of your dishwasher. If you want to take it with you while you're out and about, or if your child doesn't finish it in one sitting, there's a cap that comes with each pouch.

The other great aspect is that they hold a lot of food. Most fruit or vegetable pouches you buy only contain three to four ounces of food, while these reusable pouches hold up to seven ounces each!

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We've had them for about six months now, and haven't had an issue with leaking yet. I love that we're cutting down on waste by reusing them and saving money at the same time. While my toddler is past the baby food stage, they're also great for parents who like to make their own baby food.

Baby Breeza is known for its variety of baby products, including their One Step Baby Food Maker Deluxe. If you purchase this handy little cooker/blender, you'll receive three reusable pouches with your purchase. 

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I wish we discovered these sooner, but we'll definitely be using them earlier with our next child, and I'll be recommending them to parents with babies six months and up.

Does your child love to eat fruit and vegetable pouches? Will you give these a try? Let us know in the comments!