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Baby Travel Essentials: How to Travel with Homemade Baby Food

Today’s moms and dads are busier than ever, packing up their babies and bringing them wherever they go — whether it’s a visit to grandma’s house, a trip to the office, or an excursion out of town. If you love feeding your little one healthy homemade food at home, you don’t have to change your feeding routine — and sacrifice the nutritional benefits of homemade baby food — just because you’re traveling. These essentials make feeding your baby homemade food on the go convenient and easy! 

Baby Brezza One Step Food Maker Deluxe

If you are going away for a day or more, bring the Glass One Step Food Maker with you. This award-winning unit steams and blends meat, vegetables, and fruit in one step, in one bowl, in as fast as 10 minutes. As long as you have fresh produce or meats and access to an AC outlet, you can make homemade baby food quickly and for only pennies a portion. Just place the ingredients in the machine, add some water to the tank, press a button, and let the magic happen. Everything blends to the perfect consistency. Make a variety of tasty and delicious recipes in no time. The Glass One Step Food Maker is simple to clean, too, because we know you have better things to do while you’re out and about than deal with a messy, hard-to-clean appliance. 

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Frozen Baby Food Cubes 

Cube trays aren’t just for drinks. Make frozen homemade baby food cubes to make your life simpler while feeding baby on the road. There are several brands of baby food cubes on the market, including Green Sprouts Baby Food Freezer Tray, NUK Homemade Baby Food Flexible Freezer Tray, and more. Fill them with pureed food and put them in the freezer. Pop-out the cubes, put them in plastic freezer bags, and move them to a cooler with ice to keep them fresh for hours. Going to a hotel? They should stay good for up to 72 hours in the mini-fridge. 

Baby Brezza Reusable Food Pouches

Baby Brezza Reusable Pouches make it easy to take your homemade baby food on the go. Fill them with up to 7 oz. of food at home — they have a large side opening and simple-to-use funnel — then stick them in the fridge. When you’re ready to leave, throw the pouches in your bag, and they will be ready for your baby’s feeding. The BPA-free pouches are just the right size for little hands to hold and squeeze and have a double zipper so they won’t leak. 


Insulated Diaper Bag

Having the right diaper bag can make all the difference when it comes to convenience and ensuring that you’ll be able to continue your commitment to giving your baby homemade food while traveling. Choose a diaper bag with an insulated area that will keep food fresh and cool. Make sure it is roomy enough to carry all the bottles, pre-filled jars and food pouches, and bags of food cubes you will be packing.


The fact that Baby Brezza’s New Dante Changing Station Diaper Bag includes 13 pockets has wowed plenty of parents in the past. Not only that, but the diaper bag backpack also hosts two insulated side pockets to keep bottles and food fresh, as well as drop-down flaps that expedite access to the primary interior compartment and multiple zippered mesh pockets. 

Mini Fridge

Portable mini-fridge is an indispensable appliance for traveling parents — and not only for breastfeeding moms who need to keep their liquid gold fresh at all times. Use a compact unit to also store homemade baby food. Take it on road trips!

You don’t have to take a break from giving your baby the homemade food your child knows and loves — and that you feel good about — when you are traveling. With some pre-planning and the right tools and appliances, you and your baby will be ready to tackle all the daily adventures that await with plenty of healthy food on hand.

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