It’s time to start saving money at the supermarket by cooking your own baby food. Yep, YOU CAN TOTALLY DO IT (you really can)! Follow on below as we show you why we are loving hard on the Kilner Kids Jars as they’re the perfect glass storage partner for the job!

If your baby is between the age of 4 and 6 months old, you’re likely to have started introducing solid foods into their diet and loading up on pouches of prepared baby food at the supermarket. BUT did you know in your baby’s eyes, you’re a money-saving Masterchef in the making?

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Start saving and start cooking! Making your own baby food is easier than you think! Source: Supplied

Here’s your chance to WIN a bundle of Kilner Kids Jars with our HUGE Kilner prize pack giveaway! We also have two Howards Storage World Gift Cards valued at $100 each, up for grabs! Keep scrolling down to enter!

ENTER TO WIN: Win all of these Kilner goodies. It’s a kitchen glassware bonanza!  Source: Supplied

Home cooking – better for your budget, better for baby!

Home cooking for your baby is easier than you think! It’s MUCH more cost-effective than buying ready-made food at the supermarket, PLUS you know EXACTLY what’s going in your baby’s belly.

You also don’t need fancy equipment to cook for your baby. A saucepan, a potato masher, a sieve to push food through to make a puree (or a stick blender) and fridge and freezer storage is all you require.

Home prepared food is super fresh (not sitting on a shelf for months) free of additives and preservatives, and let’s not forget it’s made with a whole lot of mama LOVE!

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No cooking skills required, these are MADE WITH MAMA LOVE!  Source: Supplied

Puree Recipes

1. CARROT AND PEA

  1. Boil 200g of sliced carrots until tender. 
  2. Add 40g of peas and boil for an extra couple of minutes.
  3. Drain, reserve liquid. Blend together.
  4. Add cooking liquid to loosen it up if too thick.

2. BERRY AND BANANA

  1. Boil 4 tablespoons of water in a pan.
  2. Add a diced banana, a dozen berries, 1 tablespoon of baby rice cereal to the pan. 
  3. Simmer gently for 5 minutes.
  4. Blend until smooth. (Add boiled water if too thick)

3. SWEET POTATO AND CINNAMON

  1. Peel and cut a 200g sweet potato into chunks.
  2. Cover with cold water in a pan and bring to a boil.
  3. Drain and add a pinch of cinnamon to the potato.
  4. Mash with a fork or potato masher. Done!

Kilner Kids Jars – the perfect baby food storage solution

And speaking of love, when it comes to storing your freshly made baby food, look no further than these sweet and mighty practical Kilner Kids Jars. They truly are the best in the biz, and it’s not hard to see why. Made from the thick, quality glass Kilner brand is renown for, these jars can go from the countertop to the fridge, freezer and the microwave. So versatile and such quality.

What sets these baby food jars apart from the rest? Quality aside, it HAS to be the soft silicone lids. They’re leak-proof and push on and off with ease which is nothing short of brilliant if you only have one hand to spare when wrangling a wriggly babe on a hip. Happy days!

Soft, flexible, push on and off, LEAK-PROOF jar lids for the win!  Source: Supplied

Kilner Kids Jars are available in sets of six and two sizes – 110ml for smaller appetites and perfect for the starting stages of weaning/purees and 190ml for bigger appetites. They’re perfect sizes for mixing and matching (a savoury lunch with a small sweet puree dessert to follow for example).

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THE BIG FREEZE. Batch cook and freeze with Kilner Kids Jars!  Source: Supplied

Watch our review video below to see the Kilner Kids Jars in action for yourself! I also make three delicious baby foods, so be sure to watch for the recipes and add them to your bub’s menu to try!


What do I really think of Kilner Kids Glass Jars?

Hands down, without a word of a lie, I LOVE them.

Firstly,  I’m flabbergasted by the super silicone lid. The fact that it pushes on and off so easily and is even leakproof is some sort of epic wizardry. Knowing that the jar seal is liquid-tight is very reassuring.

Secondly, the versatility and convenience of Kilner Kids Jars win me over. I can literally, empty my saucepan into the jar and take it to the fridge, the freezer, defrost it and microwave it – ALL IN THE SAME JAR.

Also, if there’s a messy post-dinner clean up, I can leave the washing of Kilner Kids Jars and lids to the dishwasher because they’re dishwasher safe too!  #winning

Kilner Kids Jars – my new go-to baby gift!  Source: Supplied

Finally, they’re super cute and PRACTICAL. I know my friends would love to receive these as a baby shower gift – Kilner Kids Jars are going to be my new go-to gift for new babes! Head to Howards Storage World!


Kilner Kids Jars

9.8 Kilner Kids Jars

Pros

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Freezer safe
  • Microwave safe
  • Easy-fill meal portions
  • Leak-proof silicone lid
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Comfort
Eco-Friendly
Leak-Proof
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Make a start today on what baby foods you could batch cook with love in your own kitchen for your little one. Kilner Kids Jars are priced $29.95 (set of six 110ml jars) or $39.95 (set of six 190ml jars) and available from Howards Storage World. Shop them in-store or online.

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enter-to-win

Want to win a MEGA Kilner prize pack to enjoy at home?

The Kilner prize pack is valued at $201.65 and includes:

  • Kilner Clip Top Bottles
  • a Kilner Fermentation Set
  • Kilner Kids Glass Jars sets, and
  • a Nut Drink Making Set

We also have a $100 Howards Storage Gift Card to give away to TWO lucky entrants!

Enter your details below to be in the running and GOOD LUCK!


This is a sponsored post for Howards Storage World.

Author

South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

2 Comments

  1. A wonderful read, these look amazing and good luck everyone with the giveaway.

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