Mumi&Bubi Solids Starter Kit, 42 x 1oz Cubes In Two Compact Baby Food Freezer Storage Trays, Plus Free e-Recipes

January 11, 2014 - Comment

Make your own baby food quickly and easily with the Mumi&Bubi Solids Starter Kit. Each kit includes two premium stackable compact baby food freezer trays with lids, each with 21 cubes, plus an easy step-by-step e-guide with 27 baby food recipes to get you started. The Solids Starter Kit makes it truly easy to freeze

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Make your own baby food quickly and easily with the Mumi&Bubi Solids Starter Kit.

Each kit includes two premium stackable compact baby food freezer trays with lids, each with 21 cubes, plus an easy step-by-step e-guide with 27 baby food recipes to get you started.

The Solids Starter Kit makes it truly easy to freeze and store big batches of healthy, home-made baby puree and food for older babies. These unique freezing trays are Mom-designed to help you keep up with your baby’s growing appetite.

Save time, freeze up to 42 cubes, or mix and match.Save space in your freezer with the unique stackable freezer tray design.Snug fit; trays and lids lock on, eliminating spills, contamination and freezer burn.Easy-out cubes; simply press on one end of a cube and it will slide out the other end. No need to twist the freezer tray.

Solids Starter Kit baby food freezer trays have been specially designed for freezing baby food. They are made in New Zealand from non-toxic, virgin PP5 polyproylene and are top-shelf dishwasher-safe. For your peace of mind, the freezer tray material is certified free of phthalates, BPA and PVC.

Each tray holds 21 cubes and each cube is about 2 tablespoons or 1 oz. The cubes are rounded at the bottom so you can slide out the desired number of cubes and return the rest to the freezer.

Each tray has a lid to ensure the food is kept hygenic and protected from freezer burn. The lids have grooves for easy stacking in your freezer. Parents often use one tray for fruit and the other for vegetables.

The Solids Starter Kit is great for mothers returning to work, you can tell your child’s caregiver how many cubes to use for each meal.

Product Features

  • 2 x premium stackable compact baby food freezer trays with lids
  • 42oz capacity, each tray has 21 x 1oz cubes for maximum storage
  • Step-by-step home-made baby food recipe e-guide with 27 recipes to get you started
  • Easy-out cubes, press on one end and frozen cubes simply slide out
  • Made in New Zealand, dishwasher-safe, certified BPA-free, PVC-free

Comments

KmyraEA "Lauren" says:

Spatula In & Spin Out These trays are so easy to use: filling, storing, removing cubes and cleaning – EASY!Filling: I like to whip up a large quantity of food at once and freeze it for the future. So far I’ve done a variety of purees and I simply spread it with a rubber spatula until it fills all of the cells – it takes about 30 seconds between pouring and spreading.Storing: Put on the lid and stack them – done! I’m notorious for having a full freezer, and these freeze just fine even if it’s not perfectly level.Removing: Push on one side and it pivots (due to the rounded bottom)! Even if the tray was frozen while tilted, it’ll still spin out just fine. Sometimes I leave the lid on and run hot water over the bottom, but I really only do that if I want to quickly remove every cube so I can reuse the tray.Cleaning: Dishwasher safe. Another benefit of the rounded shape is that there aren’t any angles to scrub out, it’s super quick and easy to hand wash…

katemac says:

Care required to avoid plastic shards I ordered two of these thinking they would be better than ice cube trays for freezing baby food. The instructions say that you just simply press on one side of a cube and it will just pop out. Not so. You either need to use a knife to loosen it or press REALLY hard. I opted for the second of these options, and pressed REALLY hard. Not only did the food shoot straight into the air and across the counter, but the plastic on the bottom of the tray shattered and there were little shards of plastic left lying on my counter (luckily not in my baby’s food). This happened twice in a row. This is a very, very dangerous item for storing baby food. I will go back to using plain old ice cube trays covered in plastic wrap.******Update several months later: I don’t find ice cube trays any easier to manage, so I went back to these. The instructions say that if the food doesn’t just pop out, which for me it never does, then run hot water over the back. While this…

j.w.w. says:

Expensive but high-quality — frozen cubes fit Green Sprouts Glass Cubes and Munchkin Freezer Cups The videos showing how the frozen food can be removed from these trays were helpful. The cubes aren’t always easy to remove, but I’m not usually in such a huge hurry to get them out in 2 seconds flat.Although I agree with most of the previous reviewers about the price and high-quality, I don’t want to merely repeat what other reviewers have said, so I’ll limit my review to mentioning one tip about its use, one tip about baby food recipes and two products that interface well with this one:1. Brushing the insides of the tray with coconut oil before filling with puree seems to make the frozen cubes slide out easier. This way, the trays are really easy to clean too, with hardly any residue left behind.2. For other recipes, wholesomebabyfood.com has been a good resource.3. Compatible products: Green Sprouts glass cubes; Munchkins freezer cupsThe two products listed above are just the right size for holding the “cubes” of purees frozen…

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