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Take N Toss Snack Cups

Reviewing: The First Years Snack Cups  |  Rating:
nekoneko By nekoneko on
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Just like with the other Take-N-Toss products, this is a product that's meant to be durable and sturdy enough to reuse but also cheap enough to toss when needed.

I'm one of those mothers who's really into making homemade mush for her baby. The big problem with this method of feeding is that you either make small amounts every time you feed your baby or you make large amounts and need to store it. I prefer the latter as a timesaver and so I don't go nuts washing my food processor.

I got these bowls because they're the right size for single servings and they can later be used for finger foods such as cheereos. I also got these for the fact that the lids are interchangeable with the lids for the sippy cups that are just a tad too big for my infant at the moment.

I have to say that for food storage, GladWare Mini Rounds has this product beat. For the same price I can get two extra containers of the same size for the same purpose.

The interchangability is the key with this product though. Like I said, the sippy lids fit perfect on this, making a cup that's perfectly sized for my son. As he gets older and I need to start carting around snacks like Cheereos these will transition nicely.

My only concern, really, is the lid. It has a revolving top piece that is advertised as allowing you to choose how much snack is dispensed. It really only determines how fast the snack comes out, and I imagine it can come loose with time leading to spills in the diaper bag.

This is a decent product, but for the price and uses there may be better options out there.