About the Fresh Squeeze Station
Other methods for storing and serving baby purees and toddler & preschool snacks haven’t kept up with today’s parent. That’s why we created Fresh Squeezed. It presses your homemade or store bought foods into single serving, ready-to-go Squeeze Pouches so you can customize what your child eats and save money.
- Includes 1-squeeze station, 3-tubes, 1-press and 10-squeeze pouches
- Soft rubber press allows for easy grip
- Non-skid base
- Holds up to 4 oz. of your homemade puree
- Dishwasher safe
- BPA, PVC & phthalate free
Using the Fresh Squeeze Station
The first thing you need to do is slide the pouches into the station, then screw the filling tubes onto the pouches. This makes for a great and easy way to fill the pouches without any mess involved at all! Once the tubes are attached you are ready to fill.
The squeeze station is the easiest thing to use that I’ve come across in a long time. When I first got the station I was worried that it was going to be complicated and hard to use. I couldn’t have been more wrong. You literally just fill the tubes with your puree, press down on the plunger, and remove the pouches. It was so simple I couldn’t wait to make more!
The one thing I will note is that after you press down on the each tube, be sure to remove the pouch and cap it before pulling the plunger back out and moving on to the next tube. If you don’t, the resulting suction created may suck up half of your puree back into the tube (I may or may not know this from experience and from not reading the directions).
Thoughts on the Infantino Fresh Squeeze Station
What I love:
- Easy to use
- Easy to clean
- Kids love using the pouches
- BPA, PVC & phthalate free
- Easy to give my kids fresh food
- Can buy a silicone pouch to reuse (but it costs more)
What I didn’t like:
- Pouches are not reusable (but they are recyclable)
- Directions state food in pouches only lasts 48 hours in a refrigerator (seems pretty short to me – they do last longer in freezer)
Overall I really do like the squeeze station and my kids loved having the pouches. My son, who was not home at the time my daughter and I tried this out found the pouches in the refrigerator and ‘snuck’ about three of them. I only knew because I found the empty pouches laying on top of the garbage can. At least I can rest assured he was sneaking some healthy apple sauce and not candy!
The plan is to use these in their lunch boxes in place of store bought pouches and other prepared foods. The kids are always excited to take their own lunch and this makes it even more fun for them!
Find the Squeeze Station
You can also find the Fresh Squeeze Station and any accessories for purchase on Amazon.
So tell us…
Do you make homemade food for your kids already? What types of food would you make for your kids to put in the Fresh Squeeze Station?