|Baby Food Freezer Tray||1.75" H x 5.5" W x 12.5" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Food Makers, Prep & Storage|
Questions & Answers
OXO Tot Baby Food Freezer Tray
Cracked in the frezzer
Anonymous from Wisconsin
My order went fine and all of the products I ordered arrived in a timely manner. After using this tray a couple of times one section has cracked while it was in the freezer. I still use the tray only in the sections that are not cracked.
Good but I'll look for silicone next time.
Melody from Kansas City– Verified Buyer
These are nice for storing and stacking, but the ice cube size has taken a little figuring out in the ratio to food for the baby, i.e. two cubes or three for a serving. While the slide on lid is a nice feature I can't keep food in here for long bc it's not a true seal so I'm turning the frozen food out and putting in other storing pieces. I hadn't thought of that when purchasing, but now it causes me to use them when I make a batch of food, then store them until the next time rather than keep in freezer as I'd planned. Also, turning out would be easier if I'd selected a collapsible silicone type product. They work exactly as described, but in practice another tool would be better for my lifestyle.
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