Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Fresh Baby ~ So Easy Baby Food Kit ~ Review & Giveaway

We are getting ready to start
feeding our little guy  solid foods. 

Such An Exciting Milestone!

His pediatrician has already given us the okay
 whenever we are ready. 
We are just trying to hold off until after our holiday travel plans....
which gives me a little extra time to seek out all of
the best baby feeding products
 that will make this exciting transition
easy and enjoyable for all of us.

I really want to make my own baby food.
Having no clue where to begin, I figured I would just find some free info and recipes online and go from there....
Sounds simple enough,right?
Wrong!
I found myself jumping from website to website and it wasn't long before I started feeling overwhelmed and realized that this approach may not make things so easy.
Knowing that I would give up if the process was too involved or time consuming, I started looking for a different approach. 

That is when I came across
the Fresh Baby website
 and found exactly what I needed.


Fresh Baby offers
The SO EASY Baby Food Kit
 (sent to us free of charge for this review).


Why It's A Must-Have:

This kit provides all the answers and confidence that you will need to start making
 Fresh & Healthy Baby Food At Home
in
 Just 30 Minutes A Week 
&
Encourage a Lifetime of Healthy Eating Habits
 for your little one.

This Kit Includes:

A Cookbook
 This Hardcover Cookbook is a complete guide that walks you through the process of making your own baby food 
(organized by baby's age).
Answering questions that you may have and providing tips in addition to the recipes. It's also a journal so you can track babies feeding memories and experiences.
There is even a place for photos which I totally love....it's like a keepsake book for this special milestone.

2 Freezer Trays With Lids
These trays are BP-A and phthalate-free
Spill-Proof
Stackable
 Dishwasher-Safe
Designed for storing baby food in pre-portioned one ounce servings to simplify meal time and reduce waste
(Just transfer the food cubes to freezer bags and store for up to 2 months)

How-To DVD
 Offers A Step-by-Step Instructions
From selecting the right produce - to making baby food -
to serving it.

Nutrition Card
A waterproof Quick-Glance Guide for:
 The Best Sources of Nutrients
 Introducing Foods by Age
 First Aid for Choking
and more.


Even though we are not quite ready to start Bresden on solids (just yet) I enjoyed trying out this kit and since you can store the food cubes for up to 2 months I can actually start making some of his 1st foods now. 

Please visit
for healthy eating advice & fresh ideas.
Check out their selection of products designed to make feeding your baby right
SO EASY!

I am excited to share something else that is
SO EASY....

Entering To
 Win A
So Easy Baby Food Kit
Right Here On The Modern Mommy Must-Haves Blogspot

To Enter This Giveaway
(you must do the first and then any of the following):

1st - Follow this blogspot publicly and comment that you do

2nd - Tell me (if you win) will you keep this kit or give it to someone else.

3rd - Tell me if you've made homemade baby food for your children or if you intend to.

4th - Visit http://www.freshbaby.com/ and share one of the GREEN facts.

5th - Blog about this giveaway & comment that you did, with a link, so we can read about it

6th - Subscribe to the Fresh Ideas Newsletter and comment that you did.

This giveaway will end on November 19, 2010 and is opened to US Residents only!

Be sure to leave your e-mail address with each entry and leave separate comments for each entry!

I was not paid to feature this post! I was compensated only by the products sent to me free of charge for this review/feature!










15 comments:

  1. Since we are almost finished making baby food this time around, I will probably lend it to a friend (our neighbourhood is in baby-making mode at the moment!) to be used for the next one(s)!!

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  2. I do make our own baby food. Yummier. Healthier. Cheaper! And I think its so wise to invest in good tools because it is time consuming!!

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  3. Home-made baby food is safe and nutritious!!

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  4. I follow this blogspot.
    moecurt@yahoo.com

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  5. I'd give this for a gift.
    moecurt@yahoo.com

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  6. No, I didn't make homemade baby food for my babies.
    moecurt@yahoo.com

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  7. I follow your blog!
    slheaton85athotmaildotcom

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  8. If I win I will keep this for our new baby.
    slheaton85athotmaildotcom

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  9. I did not make homemade baby food for our first, because I didn't know where to start, but I always wanted to.
    slheaton85athotmaildotcom

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  10. My neice had a baby in Aug and I know she would love this as a gift.
    Tami @ tbsportsmom2@sbcglobal.net

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  11. I did not make my own but I would of loved to.
    Tami @ tbsportsmom2@sbcglobal.net

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  12. Green fact ~ less waste. No plastic or jars.
    Tami @ tbsportsmom2@sbcglobal.net

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  13. I subscribed to the newsletter.
    Signed Kristi up also.
    Tami @ tbsportsmom2@sbcglobal.net

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  14. I follow your blog.
    Hope to see you when your in Bako !!!
    Tami @ tbsportsmom2@sbcglobal.net

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