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When it comes to baby food, we believe that freezing is the most wholesome and nutritious way to preserve your recipes but only if it’s done right. In honor of our freezing series, we scoured the popular household brands and compiled a list of the best freezing containers to purchase and use.
For glass, there are a variety of options, but the most appropriate are jars and dishes preferably made with tempered glass. The importance of tempered glass is related to its safety—if tempered glass breaks, it breaks into larger chunks instead of small shards. Glass jars or containers are better for long-term use, so if you plan to make a recipe in bulk but happen to be away from home (i.e. travel, holidays) then storing them in glass is a smarter option. Most recipes yield at least 16-24 servings in terms of “baby food portions.” In order to avoid waste, freezing the contents is the optimal choice. There aren’t too many glass containers available but we’ve selected the two best options suitable for freezing and storing baby food.
If you batch cook for your little one, let us know what you use for freezing!