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    Default Fillable pouches

    I have been making my own yogurt/fruit squeezies for ages but the company that i was getting my pouches through is no longer.

    Im looking for a new fillable pouch.

    Anyone do this? What pouches do you use?

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    Yes I do, I use Squooshies, from here;

    http://shop.aussiebubs.com.au/brands/Squooshi.html

    They are lasting well and I put them through the dishwasher. Also quite easy to fill through the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthurDent View Post
    Yes I do, I use Squooshies, from here;

    http://shop.aussiebubs.com.au/brands/Squooshi.html

    They are lasting well and I put them through the dishwasher. Also quite easy to fill through the bottom.
    Do they ever burst? Ive only used the ones where u fill with a syringe. I worry they might burst. Yogurt all over my kids at school...ewww

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    No they haven't, but I'm pretty careful not to overfill them. The ziplock seems to be quite strong.

    I haven't tried freezing them so not sure if the contents expanding in the freezer would be an issue.

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    I've used the squooshie ones as well though haven't used them for a long time. Never had one 'burst' and dd would have been only 18mths so it handled lots of squeezing!
    We don't have a dishwasher so they were a bit of a pain to wash. Just used a dish brush to get into all the corners

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    I use zestio. Love them and they Australian made

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    Zestio here too!

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    Little Mashies are another option.

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    I use sinchies 😊

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    You'll have your world rocked to not have to syringe stuff in!! The zip locks are the best!


 

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