276°
Posted 20 hours ago

NUK Food Cube Tray with Lid for Freezing Baby Food | 6 Months+ | Dishwasher Safe | BPA Free

£9.9£99Clearance
ZTS2023's avatar
Shared by
ZTS2023
Joined in 2023
82
63

About this deal

Material: Flexible silicone | Number of ice cubes: 8 cubes per tray | Size: 27 x 14 x 6cm | Cube size: Not specified, but described as 'giant' What Mumsnet users say It will typically take around six hours to freeze water in an ice cube tray in a home freezer. What is the best ice cube tray to buy?

Eco-glass is durable and long-lasting and can be recycled at the end of its usable life; latex teats are biodegradable and can also be recycled The highly flexible silicone tray makes it really easy to dispense these portions, meaning that using the product is effortless. The food cube tray is also completely freezer safe and BPA free.Material: Silicone tray with lid | Number of ice cubes: Nine | Size: 14 x 14 x 5cm | Cube size: Can hold up to 60ml What we like Material: Flexible silicone, plastic | Number of ice cubes: 24 per tray (small) | Size: 8 x 15 x 17cm | Cube size: 2.2cm What we like Mumsnetters love Lakeland for all things kitchen gadget and this flexible ice cube tray comes highly recommended on the forums. Its oversized design is handy for keeping drinks chilled for longer and for storing soups, purées, fruit juice and more. The NUK Food Cube Tray is the perfect solution for freezing and storing small portions of baby food. Rubbery trays are easier, I think. Some of the plastic ones can snap more easily (my cheap ones did!)" - onepieceoflollipop

Glass jars and containers provide an ideal way to store homemade baby food if you'd rather avoid plastic. Made from sustainable and durable materials, these jars are great for fridge/freezer storage, reheating and easy cleaning. They are likely to last longer and less likely to stain, absorb smells or warp in extreme temperatures. How long can you keep baby food in the fridge/freezer?

Nuk Food Cube Tray with Lid Reviews

When your baby is ready to start weaning, having the right baby food storage and baby weaning products will help make the process easier for you to prepare meals for your little one without food going to waste. Whether you're pureeing your baby's food in a baby food maker or blender or creating handy meals, storing your food in baby-friendly portions in the fridge or freezer will help save leftovers while providing equally nutritious meals as freshly prepared dinners. It boasts a steel frame so the whole tray will remain rigid (so you don’t have to) as you remove it from the freezer. The flexible silicone makes releasing the cubes a stroll in the park too.

Silicone ice cube trays can generally withstand a high heat (up to 260 celsius) and are safe for use in the dishwasher, as are stainless steel trays. Plastic ice cube trays can be prone to warp in higher temperatures and can lose shape overtime. You should treat your ice cube tray like any kitchen product and clean it regularly because of its multiple purposes and exposure to fellow freezer items. How long does it take to make ice cubes? Lakeland do great 'flexible' ones that are really easy to get the food out of." (Vetted by Mumsnet user Millie1) Our verdict Choosing ones that are dishwasher, microwave and steriliser safe can also help to make your life easier when it comes to cleaning and reheating recipes. Plastic potsLakeland's] silicone trays for giant ice cubes are perfect for slow-melting ice in G&T." (Tried and tested by Mumsnet user thegasp) The highly flexible silicone food cube tray features 9 x individual cubes which are ideal for storing small portions of baby food. By preparing baby food in small batches and freezing it in the NUK Food Cube Tray, you need to only cook once or twice a week!

Asda Great Deal

Free UK shipping. 15 day free returns.
Community Updates
*So you can easily identify outgoing links on our site, we've marked them with an "*" symbol. Links on our site are monetised, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.
New Comment