Reduce Plastic Waste: No Need for Plastic With This Baby Food Hack by Jan Mostrom


Reduce Plastic Waste: No Need for Plastic With This Baby Food Hack

As a person who is always trying to find ways to reduce my plastic use, especially the single use variety, I was so excited when my sweet friend Katie found these pouches that are refillable to feed her beautiful daughter Anja. She got them online for a great price and they are so easy to use!

Any food that you are making at home for your little one can be popped into a blender and then into these pouches. And instead of throwing them in the landfill, just wash and use again and again. What a simple way to reduce plastic use in your home.

We filled ours up with my homemade applesauce recipe and it was a big hit! The first try we didn't put the food in the blender, but it worked just fine. However, the blender works a lot better. Try them and reduce your plastic waste today.

Photo (main): A photo of little Anja used with permission from her mom.

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This is a fantastic idea.
Elisa Schmitz
Wonderful way to reduce waste. You always find and share such cool ideas, Jan Mostrom , thank you!

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