We recently got the opportunity to try out Squeasy Snacker, a reusable food pouch from Squeasy Gear that comes in 3 sizes: 3.5 ounce, 6 ounce, and 16 ounce. We reviewed the 6 ounce pouch.
The Squeasy Snacker comes with a removable insert that can be used for thin liquids, to keep the pouch spill proof. This is good when you use the pouch for juice or water. I've mostly used the pouch for thicker things, without the inset.
I like that I can stick just about anything in the pouch. Instead of just plain yogurt, I can add things to increase the nutritional value of the snack. This is great for us, since we need to be proactive about getting healthy foods into Luke. I've put peanut butter in with other things before, and the squeeziness of the silicone makes it super easy to squeeze it out.
A huge bonus for me is that instead of pricey and sugar filled single yogurt tubes or bottles, we can buy big tubs of regular yogurt or applesauce and still have the convenience of a single serving on the go.
Although I initially was thinking only of Luke when I signed up to review Squeasy Snacker, but once I started using it, I realized it would be a great way to send yogurt to school with Hannah. Through trial and error, we learned that if I fill the pouch half way with yogurt and freeze it the night before, I can add refrigerated yogurt the next morning, and the whole pouch is just the right temp--not too warm, not too frozen--at lunch time.
Squeasy Snacker works great for applesauce, pudding, custard, tapioca, baby foods, congee, mashed potatoes, and anything of similar texture.
The Squeasy Snacker comes in 3 different colors; green, pink, or turquoise. One blog reader will win their own pouch in the color of their choice!
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