Infantino Squeeze Station

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Infantino Squeeze Station

Infantino Squeeze Station

  • Includes 1-squeeze station, 3-tubes, 1-press and 10-squeeze pouches
  • Soft rubber press allows for easy grip
  • Non-skid base
  • Holds up to 4 oz. of your homemade puree
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Includes 1 squeeze station, 3 tubes, 1 press and 10 squeeze pouches
  • Non skid base
  • Holds up to 4 ounce of your homemade puree

Press it. Take it. Yum. Other methods for storing and serving baby purees and toddler & preschool snacks haven’t kept up with today’s parent. That’s why we created Fresh Squeezed. It presses your homemade or store bought foods into single serving, ready-to-go Squeeze Pouches so you can customize what your child eats and save money.

List Price: $ 24.99

Price: $ 19.79

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  1. 163 of 169 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Convenient & easy homemade baby food on the go!, January 25, 2013
    Holly (Corpus Christi, TX, United States) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Infantino Squeeze Station (Baby Product)
    These homemade baby food pouches are wonderful! At first, I bought the refill pack only and used a piping tip and ziploc bag to fill them. It was doable, but kind of a pain. It takes long enough to make baby food, especially when you’re taking care of a baby at the same time. I don’t want to spend extra time trying to figure out how to pipe it into the tiny spout just to save a few bucks. I did that once and went back to buy the squeeze station – totally worth it!

    I had been doing the ice cube tray method for storing my batches of homemade baby food, but they take too long to defrost on the go. Even then, the baby food containers kept exploding in my diaper bag (fun!). These are awesome on the go – I just grab one from the freezer, pop it into my diaper bag, and it’s generally defrosted by the time I need it. If not, I can run it under a hot tap or ask for a cup of hot water.

    – Easy to assemble/use
    – Easy to clean (take the top and bottom off the Squeeze station, wipe it clean; pop the tubes in the dishwasher)
    – Not too terribly expensive (refill bags are 50 for $17; less if you have Babies R Us coupons, which I usually do)

    – Can be messy (the baby food squeezes out of the top when you’re filling the bags sometimes, and the plunger gets suctioned down at the bottom pulling the food out of the bag when you try to extract the plunger)
    – Bags are not reusable

    In regards to REUSING THE BAGS, the manufacturer says not to. They are so sturdy looking and while not necessarily expensive, it seems like a waste to just toss them. I am experimenting with reusing them. I rinse them clean immediately after use, and soak them in hot soapy water. I think the biggest issue with reusing them is that it is not sanitary to let them air dry – they are not a well-ventilated and I could see them being a breeding ground for nasties. My plan is to clean them and refill them immediately, as I think that’s the only way to avoid that problem.

    UPDATE: I have been successfully reusing the food pouches. I rinse them until they run clear with hot water, then shake hot soapy water inside of them. I rinse them clean again, and dry them upside down on a drying rack, puffed up so the water can get out. So far, so good!

    **Definitely purchase these at Babies R Us or Target for half the price shown here. I believe these are a Babies R Us and Target exclusive at the time of my review.


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  2. 106 of 115 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I know you think you don’t need this, but BUY IT., July 8, 2013

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    I am a very crafty person, …a foodie with a VERY well equipped kitchen, all matter of pastry bags, tips, basters and injectors … I have the patience of a saint- Do yourself a favor and BUY THE DAMN FILLING STATION. It saves a TON of time, and even though it can get a little sloppy, trying to figure out how to fill the INfantino Food Pouches using your own crafty method will be more frustrating, and I can guarantee, A TON MESSIER. I hate having another random gadget like this in the kitchen, but it was totally worth the $25.

    A adore these food pouches. At first I was set on getting reusable ones (I don’t love the waste and bulky top) – BUT at .$33 a piece, it was the cheapest option when it came to making A LOT of food all at once. They are also the only pouches I’ve found that are completely transparent. Using fresh organic produce, they ended up pricing out almost the same as Plum Organics ($1.50/pouch) but nothing beats the fresh factor!!

    Last- They freeze well. I thaw in warm water. They say DO NOT MICROWAVE- I of course tried, but wouldn’t recommend it. The spout and top edges become ridiculously hot after only a few seconds. The top 1/4 inch actually started to boil and the rest was frozen solid. They also say DO NOT REUSE. I tried, again, not worth it. Hard to safely clean and dry, and it stays kind of crinkly.

    Oh- The top spout doesn’t seem to be a universal kind of thing, SO, if you are going to spoon feed out of them, buy the Infantino spoon attachments. THe “BOON SPOONS” which fit Plum Organics do not fit.


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  3. 89 of 96 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to Use, but a Bit Messy. My 4 year old has never eaten so many veggies!, April 25, 2013
    Allie (MA, United States) –

    This review is from: Infantino Squeeze Station (Baby Product)
    This is a very useful gadget for a mom (or dad) who make their own baby food. In fact, when I ruined my first one, I very promptly obtained a new one. No fault of the product…a knife melted on our heating element in the dishwasher and the smell was so horrible that I felt uncomfortable using anything plastic or silicone that was in the dishwasher at the time.

    It’s not perfect, but still gets a 5 star rating.

    Things I really like:
    – It’s very easy to get the food inside the pouch. The plunger does a great job.
    – The pouches are easy to store and very easy to defrost under running water (although I usually take a couple out of the freezer the night before). They also take up very little room for travel.
    – This was purchased to make baby food for my infant, but my four year old loves the pouches as well. She eats just about anything and loves veggies, but I feel like having
    the squeeze pouches has doubled her veggie/fruit consumption, hurray!

    Things to know:
    – I don’t use the base. I find it cumbersome and yet another thing to wash/store (it does not fold for storage). The pouches screw onto the tubes quite securely. Once I have screwed on the pouch, I hold the tube (with the pouch attached) in one hand, fill the tube with a spoon with the other, and then use the plunger to push the food in. MAKE SURE YOU UNSCREW THE POUCH BEFORE PULLING THE PLUNGER BACK OUT. If you don’t, you’ll end up pulling some food back out of the pouch as there is a vacuum.
    – If I am making more than one type of food, I just rinse the plunger and use a different tube. I find that I end up washing less tubes that way (one for each food instead of three).
    – There is no way around it…some food will come up above the plunger as it’s being pushed down. I just put it back in the bowl and repeat the whole process with another pouch until I am done.
    – If you trying to squeeze some air out of the pouch before screwing on the cap, do this over the bowl as some will undoubtedly escape.
    – There is a little “lip” on the tubes where the pouch screws on, this is difficult to clean if not rinsed right away and if the tubes are washed in the dishwasher with the opening down (which is how I do it), you will get some water pooling inside the lip. So rinse immediately after use.
    – Other reviewers are right, if you are spending more that $25 on the station and more than $17 on the 50 pouches (which by the way you should buy right away as there are only 10 included with the station), you are spending too much.

    – Be careful about certain foods for young babies, this is printed info from the AAP given to me by my pediatrician (so check with yours): beets, turnips, carrots, spinach, and collard greens in some parts of the country have large amounts of nitrates. Nitrates can cause an unusual type of anemia in young infants. Baby food companies screen their produce for nitrates, but there is no way to do this at home. So the AAP feels that it’s safer to use commercially prepared version of these specific foods. If you do choose to prepare them at home, serve fresh and do not store as the nitrates can actually increase with storage. I just thought I’d mention this as I had no idea…and there is a really beautiful picture of carrots being prepared with the Squeeze Station that just makes you want to make and store carrots in the pouches!

    It’s made in China.


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