Feed Babies Mess-Free with EasyPouch

Let your toddler or baby eat mess-free with EasyPouch!

Kids love being independent, and it’s a trait that we as parents want to encourage as much as possible! Little Anna loves feeding herself, and she actually does really well with a spoon and fork! But when it comes to the pouches of applesauce and baby food, she often accidentally squeezes the container and spills it – and this was much more of a problem when she was younger! I love that EasyPouch – Independence decided to solve this problem with their simple pouch containers, which we were lucky enough to test!

Mess-free on-the-go feeding for babies and toddlers with EasyPouch

The EasyPouch container is very easy to use – it snaps over any size of baby food pouch, and it also works on the applesauce pouches that I buy for my kids’ school lunches, as well as the reusable pouches I fill with homemade applesauce.

Easy baby pouch feeding with EasyPouch

It’s a big hit with two-year-old Anna! Unlike most toddlers, Anna hates making messes, and she was actually avoiding pouch foods until I presented her with this mess-free solution! The container is very easy for me to open and close, but it is designed so that most children will not open it.

Babies and toddlers can feed themselves mess-free with EasyPouch!

Want to try EasyPouch out for yourself? Enter this giveaway of a set of EasyPouches AND a 16-pack of pouch food! You can also buy an EasyPouch through their site. They are sold in sets of two, so you can keep one in your diaper bag and one at home! The holder is tall so that it can hold all sizes of baby food pouches, but it is still easy for small hands to hold (it is designed for children aged 9 months and older). It is also compatible with the Infantino Fresh Squeezed food pouch system, and the PouchPop Topper.

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Baby food pouches are one of my favorite healthy on-the-go snacks for kids – and now I have a way to keep them mess-free, even with my youngest! What are your favorite snacks and travel accessories for kids?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of EasyPouch. The opinions and text are all mine.

MaryAnne lives in Silicon Valley with her Stanford professor husband Mike and their four children. She writes about parenting through education, creativity, and play. Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting is a space to share crafts, hands on learning activities, and family outings that enrich lives and bring families together.

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