Little Green Pouch and a 4 pack Giveaway!


Recently Little Green Pouch shipped me a box of their pouches to try and review. I was very interested in their product because I am always looking for new and easier ways to take food on the go with us. I have used these pouches for about two weeks and am impressed. They are dishwasher and freezer safe which makes them perfect for our family. I don’t hand wash anything unless I have to. So throwing these babies in the dishwasher was a breeze! I tried them out in The Man’s lunch as well. I made smoothies and packed them in his lunch for work. The kids mostly used them for smoothies. They didn’t leak which is a big thing for me. It took me filling them a few times to realize where the fill line was on the pouches. This was a user error on my end because I was moving too fast and trying to get them ready to head out the door. My kids don’t eat a lot of cereal and we have canceled a lot of bread  out of our diet due to gluten sensitivity so smoothies have been life savers for us. I love this product. Did I mention these are BPA and Phthalate free? Thank you Little Green Pouch for coming up with such a great product and giving me the chance to try it out!

Guess what! Now you can enter for a chance to win a 4 pack of Little Green Pouch! All you have to do to enter is comment below about what you would like to put in your pouches for a chance to win. Contest ends Friday (December 21, 2012) morning! A winner will be chosen using number generator. Good luck!

My favorite smoothie right now:

1 cup Almond Milk

2 tbsp organic cinnamon raisin peanut butter

4 ice cubes

Blend together and serve

I received a 4-pack of Little Green Pouch to review and giveaway but was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations.


49 thoughts on “Little Green Pouch and a 4 pack Giveaway!

  1. This would be great for my little gymnast. So many days we are running to gymnastics [or running to the school afterwards], and we are constantly eating on the run. Since I make my own yogurt, this would be great to fill, freeze, and grab as we head out the door. Thank you so much for offering this!

  2. My 8 month old loves to feed herself using pouches but they are so expensive! These look awesome and much more economical. At this age, I would probably put all of her food in them and then later on keep them filled with fruits and veggies for quick snacks.

  3. I would use them for yogurt combos. I have a 2.5 year old and a 10 month old and I hate the disposable pouches because of the cost and waste. It would be great to make our own smushy pouches!

  4. I will use these pouches for so much but currently my daughter is going through a milk boycotting phase so I will mostly use them for yogurt and smoothies containing milk products. They are going to be amazing!

  5. I would use the Little Green Pouch for everything! Sweet potatoes, berries, bananas…. Etc. My little one prefers eating out of a pouch over a spoon.

  6. I love this product! I would put EVERYTHING imaginable in my pouch. Applesauce, smoothies, any and all purred baby food! Great product!!

  7. I am the type of Mom that makes my three boys sack lunches for school. I would use this to make sure my kids are getting freshly made fruit puree’s. Would certainly be better than using the little tupperware cups and disposable spoons! 🙂 Less is always more. And reusable is a definitely plus!!!

  8. Definitely would do fruit veggie combos. This gives my little guy the independence to feed himself even though he might not have the dexterity to do do other foods.

  9. I would love to be able to pack smoothies for either lunch or breakfast on the go. It seems like we are always in the car and home prepared food is so much better for all of us.

  10. My one year old loves to feed himself with his Little Green Pouch. We love plain yogurt with pureed banana with blueberries or raspberries, sweetened with a little touch of honey, and fortified with wheat germ and ground flax seed. We’ve also enjoyed applesauce and sweet potatoes, and look forward to experimenting with more fruit purees.

  11. I would love to use these for applesauce and yogurt smoothies for my son to take to school and for my little one when we are out and about for snacks. Love that it is reuseable!!

  12. Any possible way of getting veggies into my little guy will make me happy. A little applesause and some sweet potatoes goes a long way!

  13. I would LOVE to have these! We could use these for tons of things from sweet potatoes, applesauce, fruit, you name it I bet we can put it in there! We spend a ton on the disposable pouches for my son every month and this would actually save us a lot of money.

  14. I’d love to mix broccoli and peas up in that bad boy in a tasty way that would get my 19 month old to eat his veggies! The only way we can seem to make that happen is to buy the pouches sold at Target, Wal-Mart, etc. He loves those!….Our wallets? Not so much. ;]

  15. Our daughter wants to be very independent right now so we could put pretty much anything in these pouches and help give her a balanced diet

  16. We would definitely use them for smoothies, homemade applesauce and salad dressing. (I saw this posted on their fb page a bit ago and thought that was such an awesome idea to take to a picnic/or any on-the-go activity.) No more carrying around big bottles of dressing, a few of these and you’re set for an afternoon of healthy munching. 🙂

  17. Applesauce is the first thing that will go in because my girls LOVE the pouches you buy at the store. However they are EXPENSIVE.
    I hope I win!

  18. I would like to try my hand at what the throw away puches are making. Sweet potato, white bean and cinnamon would be my first try 🙂

  19. We have switched to the Little Green Pouches and LOVE them!! I’m happy about what we will be saving on having these little guys around!!

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