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    Aug 2012

    Lightbulb Storing frozen solids

    My DD is eating much more solids now and I am having trouble keeping up with her appetite! I currently use the baby cubes 70ml to freeze and portion her foods but I am finding she can easily eat 2 cubes at one time therefore doubling the amount eaten and used! Has anyone got any other ways they freeze larger amounts of portioned foods? I really like the baby cubes as I can take them out, defrost and serve so anything like this would be great. Thanks

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    I didn't want to buy any more cubes, so I bought large ice cube trays, would fill them up, freeze them then pop out into glad ziplock bags, took up less room in the freezer and meant I'd have a selection of all sorts in bags. I'd defrost a few veg cubes, a fruit one and a meat one - so easy!


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