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    I would freeze food in the Take n Toss containers, but I wouldn't toss them at the end.

    I also froze in the ice cube trays from IKEA, as they are flexible. I'd then take the food out and keep the cubes (or whatever random shapes 😜) in a freezer container. I'd then just grab as many cubes as I needed for meal.

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    I use the weinmeister ones. I love them. I use them heaps, even now that my children are bigger. I could never of used normal ice cube trays because after a few weeks of starting solids my kids were eating around 100-200ml purée and at times way more then that. The weinmeister cubes are around 50ml and I found that to be a perfect size. The pack of 3 has been enough for me and definitely used enough to be worth the money. X

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    I have them and love them, worth the investment as you can keep using them.
    Try urbanbaby or the pharmacy - both have had them on sale
    Qubies are great too..

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    Thanks for all the posts - I reckon I may invest in a few then pop the cubes into ziplock bags

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    I have used before the regular ice trays. Just make sure you it's very clean. I would normally pour a few drops of hot water on it before using.

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    With my first DS I used to buy the occasional jar of baby food and jellys which he loved. So I use to wash those up and re-fill with my home made food and pop them in the freezer


 

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