The mumi&bubi 'Solids Starter Kit' helps busy parents to prepare simple, nutritious and economical food in your own home.
* A simple step by step guide with 27 recipes.
* 2 premium portioned freezer trays with lids.
The guide/recipe booklet has 27 recipes designed to educate you on the optimum way to prepare foods for your baby so they retain all their nutrition and goodness.
The guide also informs you of the signs of when your baby is ready for solids, shopping lists and nutritional information. The shopping lists include quantities, which eliminates food wastage when making your baby's food.
BPA-free freezer trays with lids for homemade baby purees
The trays have been purposely designed for freezing baby food (Australian accredited), they are made from non-toxic, non-leaching plastic - PP5 - and are dishwasher safe. For your peace of mind, the trays are BPA-free, PVC-free and do not contain any type of phthalates.
Each tray holds 21 cubes and each cube is about 2 tablespoons. The cubes have been designed so they are rounded at the bottom so you can 'lever' out the desired number of cubes and put the rest back in the freezer.
Each tray comes with a lid to ensure the food is kept hygienic and away from freezer burn. The lids have grooves in the top for easy stacking on top of each in your freezer. Parents often use one tray for fruit and one for vegetables.
The Solids Starter Kit is also a simple system for mothers who are returning to work as you can tell your caregiver to give your child X amount of cube portions per meal.
The cost of the mumi&bubi Solids Starter Kit equates to about 1 week's worth of store bought processed baby food. Parents often use the premium freezing trays for 6 months or more, saving over $1000!!!
Multi-purpose idea from Christina at Mumi&Bubi
If you don't have littlies at the solids stage and want to test the Solids Starter Kit, mash a few bananas add a few Tbsp yogurt and toss in some frozen blueberries or other fruit - I call these 'banana lollies' and toddlers love them! A few chopped up cubes of banana lollies turns what used to be a bowl of ice cream into now mostly fruit & yogurt (with a tiny bit of ice cream on top). And it's handy to have these in the freezer to pop into a smoothie for yourself.
To remove the cubes when frozen, press on one end and the cube will lever out as the bottoms are rounded. If the cube seems stuck, run warm water over the back and it will lever right out as well. As the trays are made from non-toxic PP5 which is a rigid material, they are non-twisty.