I can’t tell you how many applesauce pouches we have gone through with our toddler. He loves them and I love how independent it makes him, especially when we’re out and about. However, those disposable pouches can get expensive. That’s where ReSqueeze solves the problem! Let’s talk pros and cons about ReSqueeze:
- You can fill with whatever you’d like, saving money and insuring the best nutrition for your child.
- Dishwasher friendly.
- There’s a no-leak zipper bottom. It works great, but takes a lot of muscle to get it shut all the way.
- Made with BPA free plastic.
- Sometimes it’s challenging to get food out of the inside right next to where the top nozzle is located. But a little elbow grease and possibly even soaking can do the trick.
- You have to use a cooler when traveling outside of the house.
- You have to help squeeze the rest of the food out of the pouch for the little ones who don’t understand that concept.
- I had one in the dishwasher and it burned it up (I blame the dishwasher). I’ll be hand washing from now on.
- When I put one flavor in the pouch that my son didn’t like, he doesn’t want to try it any more. As soon as he sees the pouch he turns away. I’m hoping this will change after a short time. It may be helpful to have multiple colors of pouches, possibly?
These are actually the second reusable pouches I’ve had experience using. The first was The Little Green Pouch. The only real difference I saw was that the Little Green Pouch’s spout was on the side, whereas ReSqueeze is on the top.
Overall, I think they’re a great way to save money and make customizable on-the-go food for your child. If anything, it’s worth the $15 investment for 4 pouches. However, if you scroll to the bottom of the page, you’ll have a chance to win one of two 4-packs of ReSqueeze. Good luck!