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Annabel Karmel Stackable Pots
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- Six Annabel Karmel stackable food pots for storage of fresh baby food
- Lids to keep food covered for maximum freshness
- Three different sizes (2 x 50 ml, 2 x 75 ml, 2 x100 ml)
- Each food pot stacks by clipping together for space-efficient storage
- For use in both a fridge or freezer
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These colourful Stackable Food Pots are perfect for storing fresh baby food in the fridge or freezer during weaning. The pots clip together for easy storage and they are see-through so that you can tell what food is inside. They are suitable for freezing and the microwave so you can freeze freshly made baby food, then defrost and reheat it in the microwave. They are equally suited to use when you are at home or out and about. There are three different sized pots in this set of six: 2 x 50ml, 2 x 75ml and 2 x 100ml. They are suitable for use when your baby is around 6 month olds, which is when most are ready to start weaning. They are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning and BPA-free so contain no harmful toxins.
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Top Customer Reviews
in short, i would suggest you save your money and buy store own brand pots, icecube trays, or jars of food you can feed your baby, then refill with your own food afterwards!
To conclude, an expensive, poor-quality product. I love Annabel's books but these pots are no good.
I love that there are 3 sizes which means you can leave space in the top so when you heat the mixture there is room to stir through without flinging it everywhere!
These will last us a long while and the lids are very secure - each lid and container has a little lip and if you line them up they work fine. If you don't then they are tricky to shut which is probably why others have had issues.
They are cheaper than other alternatives and bigger than the ones I have from ASDA. I wouldn't trust the asda ones on a trip out for lunch.
I like the colour coding of the different sizes and although the picture shows pink I actually got blue instead which is better for my little boy! :o)
We've found that if making small cubes up then its good to do a big batch and then once frozen decant into freezer bags to re-use the pots. But ice cube trays are now too small for my little ones portions (he's a growing lad) and so the bigger sizes here are great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
None of the lids fit well, some don't close at all. Sad as I wasted my money on perhaps something that might not be the real deal.Published 21 months ago by abm
Excellent for freezing baby food and storing it on the go. Very good sizes and I like the way you can stack them in the fridge. Great purchase!Published 22 months ago by Inga Solodilova
Can't say I was super happy with these pots. Now I have them I can't actually see the diff in just buying any old standard plastic container to keep the babys food in. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jo Ellis
These pots are not a complete waste of money, but the the lids are not very tight and easily come off especially In the freezer.Published 23 months ago by miss m joshi
Great for storing the food for the Nipper. Freezable and dishwasherable. Highly recommended. These are far batter than many other plastic pots.Published on 17 Dec. 2013 by Gary White
These are a stocking filler for my newborn, but they are exactly what i know I will be needing once I start to wean her.Published on 17 Oct. 2013 by Mrs Kathryn McCormack