Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches Review

Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches Review

It’s all GO in our house at the moment.  Both kids have now started daycare, I’m about to start my new job next week and Mini will turn 6 month’s old then too!

We’re just about settled in our new apartment after emigrating back to Australia and things are falling into place bit by bit.

Now that I’m a busy mum of 2, I’ve been looking at ways to make our lives easier and more efficient.  Getting two kids organised is a busy enough task but this particular daycare do not provide breakfast or lunch so I’ve been attempting to put together lunches that she can take in her rucksack and put in the fridge.

I’ve bought a couple of plastic storage tubs but it isn’t really enough and we have such limited storage in our apartment that I don’t really have the room to store more.

Until I heard of Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches!  I’ve never reused storage bags before but these award-winning pouches are wonderful quality and perfect for storing her sandwiches, wraps, fruit, salads, yogurts and snacks, then washing and using again and again.

Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches Review - Reusable Baby Food Bags

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They are flat so I can store them really neatly and because they come in multi-packs, I can make lunches for Miss in advance and store them in the fridge without using up all of my storage boxes.

The range actually goes way beyond these pouches and includes pouches in various sizes, weaning spoons, icy pole pouches, cleaning brushes and drying racks and snack bags.  I’d say everything that you need to store and send your child’s daycare or school lunch is available.

We travel a lot and these pouches fit neatly into my changing bag to grab quickly for travel snacks on the go.  When my toddler wants a snack – she wants one NOW with no messing around!

The pouches are clear so you can see what is stored inside and there’s a space to write the item name and the date you stored it which is especially useful if you want to freeze anything.

Mini M is in the process of being weaned and I’ve also been using the pouches to store formula powder to slide into the side of my bag.

Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches Review - Reusable Baby Food Bags

I’ve also been using them to store my toddlers hair bands as they’re so small and get everywhere!  As well as her cutlery and other little things that I don’t want to have loose in my bag.

The pouches are made free from BPA, Phthalates and PVC, Sinchies are freezer and dishwasher safe which makes cleaning and storing easy!  Here are some tips from other parents on how to use and clean them.

Here’s your chance to win some Sinchies Kits for your family!  One winner will win a Sinchies Prize Pack containing:

  • 1 x Starter Kit (includes 2 x 80ml pouches, 2 x 140ml pouches, 2 x 200ml pouches, 1 x 500ml pouch, collapsible funnel, cleaning brush & child safe lids)
  • 1 x Weaning Kit (includes 2 x 80ml pouches, 2 x 140ml pouches, 1 x 1L pouch, 2 x spoons)
  • 2 x Weaning Spoons

RRP $47.40

To enter, simply complete the Rafflecopter and comment below with what your best use for Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches would be – the most creative answer will win!

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1.  Giveaway is open to Australian residents only.
2.  Giveaway closes on November 15th.
3.  The winner will be emailed on November 16th and announced here.
4.  The winner will be judged on merit and creativity.

Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches Review - Reusable Baby Food Bags

Disclosure:  I was sent some awesome Sinchies Reusable Food Pouches in exchange for my honest review.  Affiliate links above.

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  1. 30th October 2015 / 3:38 pm

    My eldest is starting Kindy next year, so I’d probably use them to hold yoghurt or smoothies for his lunch box. I think it would also be handy for small things like sultanas!!

  2. Nicole Mattick
    30th October 2015 / 10:43 pm

    I’d use these in my caravan, they’d make the perfect space saver for everything from food to bits and pieces that can’t be lost! Much easier and compact than regular containers, these look great :)

  3. Leah
    31st October 2015 / 6:34 pm

    I would use these when going to class instead of going broke buying food while I am out

  4. sarah mary
    1st November 2015 / 5:26 am

    I would use the sinchies to store treats when we go camping! The perfect size for travelling light.

  5. Caroline Raj
    2nd November 2015 / 8:48 pm

    My daughter is obsessed with consuming food out of a pouch! Hey, I don’t mind when we go out as it creates a lot les mess than finger foods but I’m sick of buying them from the supermarket and think I could really do some interesting pouches from home made food – thinking bolognaise, risottos or a fruity smoothie. So I would love to win and try these out I think she would just love them!

  6. Brigitte
    3rd November 2015 / 5:58 pm

    How handy and neat! So many ways in which I could use this …

  7. Lydia Hawke
    4th November 2015 / 10:17 am

    I would use these for bub’s meals on the go instead of packing a spoon, bowl etc or resorting to store bought packets. Brilliant idea!

  8. Patty
    4th November 2015 / 5:48 pm

    Those would be perfect to keep the meal leftovers fresh for surprise cravings!

    5th November 2015 / 3:30 pm

    I’d store baby food on the go

  10. Samantha Allen-Stephens
    7th November 2015 / 9:41 pm

    I would use Sinchies Food Pouches for pureed fruit :)

  11. Teghan
    10th November 2015 / 9:39 pm

    Such an amazing and usefully prize!

  12. sarah beck
    11th November 2015 / 8:55 pm

    yoghurt but the ideas are endless

  13. Jessika
    12th November 2015 / 9:00 pm

    This is so clever absolutely love this

  14. Becky Downey
    15th November 2015 / 10:07 am

    Sandwiches, grapes and home-made flapjacks! They often tumble and rumble about so I’d get CARRIED away if they all kept together and fresh!

  15. Leandra F
    15th November 2015 / 7:58 pm

    I use these for my daily lunches. They are so much more environmentally friendly than single use ziploc bags.

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