Sunday, January 26, 2014

Contest: win 4 FREE ReSqueeze pouches

Set of 4 PouchesI've blogged a couple times now about our playing with ReSqueeze pouches.  Now I'm happy to be able to give a set of 4 away to one lucky winner!  If I had had these when the boys were 2 up until now I'm confident I would have saved hundreds of dollars on the fruit squeeze pouches at the market and on car cleaning from globs of apple sauce in the back seat.  I can't go back in time, but I can gift these forward ...

So, here's the contest:
  1. Leave a comment on my blog with why you want to win the ReSqueeze pouch
  2. You can leave 2 comments (double your odds) if you leave a recipe idea
  3. I'll randomly pick a winner on February 1 who will email me their shipping address
  4. 4 ReSqueeze pouches will show up in the mail
Simple.

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34 comments:

Mr. Crappy said...

What a brilliant idea! Wyatt goes through 3 of the regular squeeze package kind every day. We make all of his food except the squeeze pouches but it's good to know that it's an option now :)

LKB said...

we just purchased a 4 pack of these and we LOVE THEM! Although 4 is just not enough to keep up with our crazy busy travel schedule, and we have another one on the way, so I'm sure the need for more will come in handy.

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LKB said...

My 2nd comment is for the recipe...we mix a on of different options, but I'd say my daugthers favorite is squash, apple and a green, usually we do spinach or kale, but have tried with broccoli and she still goes for it!

Maren McCoy Kyle said...

I would love to have these. My guy is 9 months and already insisting on self feeding. These would do the trick for foods he's not ready to eat whole.

Maren McCoy Kyle said...

Also, I could fill it with my favorite smoothie recipe!

Into the blender:
Big Handful of greens
Tbsp of ground flax
Half a frozen banana
Half cup blueberries
Half cup other fruit (I buy a big bag of frozen mixed fruit with strawberries, peaches, mango, etc.)
As much almond milk as it takes to get it all blended up!

Seriously tasty and full of good stuff.

Stacy Adams said...

I would love to win these because I'm tired of wasting money on the throwaway kinda at the market, I've spent so much on them i don't even want to think about how much eek

Stacy Adams said...

I love making my son home made cranberry apple sauce(plus it's easy to sneak in veggies because the cranberry is so tart) he loves it but it is really messy and stains anything it touches so these resqueeze pouch would be great :)

Yael R said...

I would LOVE to win the resqueeze pouches. I bought some of the store bought applesauce for airplane travel and my 1 yr old totally loves them. I just don't love the price and the waste.

Yael R said...

comment #2 - recipe:
believe it or not my son loves when I steam and puree broccoli and mix it with applesauce. It's the only way I can get him to eat his dark green veges. I have also mixed broccoli with plums for him and it was a favorite for a couple of months. (no matter how many adults think its gross, he still likes it!)

Char said...

These look awesome! I could see using them for morning smoothies for my daughter who turns 2 tomorrow.

Char said...

Comment 2: simple, Greek yogurt and Amy pureed fruit. The fast in Greek yogurt is so good for growing bodies and there would be no added sugar!

MelissaEaston said...

It would be so nice to win this and to have a homemade packet option :)

Uyen Pham said...

I'd love to win the ReSqueeze pouches because my lovebug enjoys those pre-made ones from the grocery stores so much. Unfortunately they're super expensive and I feel like having the reusable ReSqueeze pouches would be so much kinder on my wallet! :P

Uyen Pham said...

My recipe is a knock-off of the Mama Chia squeezes (something I personally enjoy!).

1/3 cup chia seeds
1 cup of blackcurrant juice
1 cup of water
2 tablespoons of honey

(Mix those four together and let sit until the chia forms a gel)

1/2 cup of blackberry puree
More blackcurrant juice if you want your chia to be less "chunky"

Yum!

Katy said...

I would love to have these for my two year old. He loves to eat from pouches and I would rather not buy them. He is a messy eater though- so they are the best option. I have started making homemade applesauce and would like to try these.

Katy said...

Comment 2- I'd like to try steamed, pureed sweet potatoes mixed with my homemade applesauce!

Racheyy said...

My comment didn't seem to post for some reason.
My hubby and I love these pouches! It's an incredible concept!! I'm pregnant with our second and I cannot stop drinking smoothies, so when I make mine I just pour some into the pouches for our son. Super simple and so tastey.

Katy said...

Comment 2- I'd like to try steamed, pureed sweet potatoes mixed with my homemade applesauce!

Racheyy said...

My second comment is for the recipe! Really simple. Frozen fruit (generally mixed berries), yogurt, milk, and some sort of green like spinach or kale. We vary the amount of frozen fruit and milk depending on how thick we want the smoothies.

Kristina Wilmot said...

My 8 month old is little miss independent. She would love some pouches!

Kristina Wilmot said...

#2 Favorite breakfast is homemade applesauce with a tablespoon of pureed blueberries. Can only imagine how much more she would love it if she fed herself.

Joe and Cassie said...

I would love to win! My infant will love these in a couple months. :)

Allison said...

Our little one is six months thIs weekend, so we're getting ready to try solids... these would be great!

Allison said...

One recipe I'm looking forward to trying is sweet potatoes and quinoa.

Erin Barfknecht said...

I bought a 4 pack of these about 2 months ago. My 1 year old and I both love them. I use them on occasion for my 3 year old as well. Not only are they infinitely cheaper than the store bought pouches but they are so much better for the environment. I also loved that they are made right here in the good ol USA! I would love to have a few more so I don't have to wash them every day:)

Emily said...

I'd love a few more for snacks on the go and school lunches!

Emily said...

Recipe: 1 green apple, dash cinnamon, 2-3Tbsp oats soaked in 1/2 cup milk, puréed till smooth. Yummy:)

Erin Barfknecht said...

My sons favorite things to put in the pouches are yogurt, applesauce, sweet potatoes and apples, pretty much whatever leftover cooked veggies I have laying around:) I also made some crockpot apple pie oatmeal a while back. I blended some of it up and put it in a resqueeze for parker and he loved it! 1cup steel cut oats 4 cups of water 3 diced apples 2 cups apple juice 1/2 t cinnamon. cook in crock pot 7-8 hours on low! yum!

ScoobDeb said...

I would love to win these as we are trying to save as much money as possible to pay off our $32,000.00 hospital bill from having our son in the NICU for a month. He is a preemie, now 8 months, but healthy and strong! He started sucking on the disposable organic ones last month and he LOVES them! The problem is they are very expensive. This four pack would be fantastic! :-)

Kelly said...

My Old pouches are almost broken! These would be an awesome replacement!

Amy Lu said...

I would LOVE to win these because I don't own any! My 2 year old and I are missing out big time!

RunningKitty said...

Blueberry Smoothies: Greek yogurt, milk, blueberry and a little bit of honey (if you like it a little sweeter).

Amber said...

Posting for Jennifer who tried to post a couple times but the comments didn't go through. From her FB post: "Would love to try these!!"