Thursday, December 18, 2014

Product Review: Squeasy Gear Food Pouch


A few months ago I was asked to test out a new baby product, the Squeasy snacker, by Squeasy Gear.  I was a little hesitant to have Natalie try this when we first got it for fear of a mess and I wasn't sure how well she would be able to handle it.  I am seriously kicking myself now for not trying this sooner.  She is a smart girl and would have had zero problem navigating this thing.

We are big fans of the Gerber/Earth's Best food pouches for the convenience factor.  It's easy to screw the spoon on and have a snack for Natalie on the go.  This is quite similar to that from the pouch standpoint, but so much easier and it's reusable.  When I finally got the opportunity to test this thing out, I wanted to do it during snack time at home - just in case things did not go as I would hope and I would have easy access to a back-up plan.  I opted to go with a tried and true favorite of Natalie's - apple sauce.  I simply put the apple sauce in, screwed on the lid and gave it to Natalie.




She was a little bit hesitant at first but quickly got the hang of it and sucked it dry.  No mess, no fuss and I was able to sit back and not have to do a thing.  With the store bought food pouches, I have to attach the spoon and feed her.  If I don't have a spoon, I have to watch her like a hawk otherwise the entire pouch ends up everywhere.  With the squeasy snacker, I was able to let Natalie have it and not worry.  It is seriously the no mess version of the store bought pouches!  When she was finished, the snacker was easy to disassemble and wash.  I was even able to turn it inside out to make sure I dried it well.  Super easy to use and super easy to wash - what's not to love?!

I like to buy in bulk so it will be nice to be able to buy a big tub of yogurt or a big jar of applesauce instead of buying single serving containers for Natalie.  Just take some yogurt, add in some pureed fresh fruits and use the squeasy snacker.  Not to mention, Brandon loves fruit smoothies so I am sure he and Natalie will be enjoying more of those in the near future thanks to how easy the snacker is to use.  I am really excited about the possibilities that have opened up for on the go snacking for the little miss!  

To get a squeasy snacker of your own, check out their website: http://www.squeasygear.com

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Squeasy Gear. I was provided with one squeasy snacker in exchange for my honest review of the product. The opinions expressed are 100% my own. #SquesasyGear


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