Squishy Snak Pak for Nutrition on the Go! {Giveaway}

Michelle Zacharias is a busy mom of 4, who values good nutrition, even when the family is on the go. She invented the Squishy Snak Pak, and once I laid my eyes on it, I was hooked! I was using a similar product already but in  single use packaging only and by a baby food brand. Problem is, we don’t have babies anymore and it was really wasteful!

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What’s a Squishy Snak Pak?

The Squishy Snak Pak is a reusable spouted pouch for homemade baby food, yogurt, apple sauce, smoothies and anything else little hands can squish! You’ve probably seen packaging like this cropping up in your food aisles, but Squishy Snak Pak offers you so much more!

With the Squishy Snak Pak you can fill your own pouch with your child’s favourite foods. Most of the store brands only come with applesauce bases and textures and one of my son’s is really turned off by that. With the Squishy Snak Pak, I can fill his with his favourite vanilla yogurt and still have the convenience of the pouch in the van. The spouted pouch eliminates the need for spoons and kids can easily feed themselves by sucking the contents out, mess free!

I like that the Squishy Snak Pak comes in a gender neutral and non-babyish design. We were buying this ‘baby food’ for our boys because it offered a healthy option when traveling in the van, at theme parks, on the beach etc. but it was always a little embarrassing to have your four year old sipping baby food in public!

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If you are making your own baby food puree for your little one at home, this is the only way I know of that you can still benefit from the convenience of baby food pouches. You can even freeze portions right in the Squishy Snak Pak for later. Our family will be taking on a 24 hour road trip to Florida soon, and I am sooo excited to be able to freeze some yogurt in these pouches and have them on our long trip. They can keep other food cold and when thawed, they will be ready to eat!

  • * Snack container you can fill it from the bottom, squish it out the top
  • * Our product is made from BPA free materials and feature a choke proof cap along with a heavy duty zip closure. Fill it up with any creation your little one loves
  • * Wash it and reuse it over and over again
  • * The clear window on the back allows you to see the contents
  • * Holds 1/2 cup of your creations

You can experience the ease of Squishy Snak Pak too! 
Enter below to win a Squishy Snak Pak – 2 Pack!
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Comments

  1. Is this an International Giveaway?

  2. Can think of tons of things like applesauce, yogurt and other spreadable snacks.

  3. Applesauce and yogurt.

  4. yogurt

  5. Lisa Ehrman says:

    yogurt

  6. Holly Kennedy says:

    Veggie and fruit shakes

  7. Apple sauce and yogurt

  8. I recently order this product for my 1year old. She can have applesauce at daycare without the waste of the single use products. I do worry they will accidentally toss the caps, but so far so good!

    • I worried that the kids will lose or toss the caps too, because we aren’t used to saving them! they are great for litterless lunches!

  9. applesauce, yogurt, and baby food!

  10. yogurt. My 2 year old makes a mess with a spoon and this would make things cleaner, especially when on the go.

  11. Applesauce or sweet potatoes

  12. Apple sauce!

  13. Yogurt

  14. Apple sauce & yogurt

  15. applesauce or yogurt

  16. Maegan Morin says:

    Juice or yogurt or pudding… the possibilities are endless!!

  17. Jennifer Barata Allen says:

    apple sauce

  18. applesauce

  19. applesauce, yogurt

  20. yogurt, smoothies

  21. Jennifer L. says:

    yogurt

  22. lalaine hagler says:

    i would put veggie puree and fruits puree that my son loves

  23. homemade apple sauce

  24. pureed peaches, applesauce, pears

  25. Smoothies, for sure! My twin girls love yogurt, blueberry, and raspberry!

  26. Applesauce would be great.

  27. yogurt

  28. apple juice

  29. Sarah Stickney says:

    my son’s favourite is strawberries

  30. Dayna Wilson says:

    Pureed veggies… the pouches you can buy in the store are usually primarily fruit. I’d like to make some purely veggie ones for on the go.

  31. I would make a fruit smoothie for my little girl

  32. julie_bolduc says:

    fruit shakes

  33. yogurt or applesauce!

  34. francine says:

    yogurt maybe pudding

  35. My granddaughters love yogurt. I could see my daughter sending them to school with this.

  36. definitely yogurt! this would keep my son’s face clean as he likes to crush the yogurt containers into his mouth (gross) and with these, he can just suck it out! totally cool!

  37. Jennifer Abbott says:

    I’d put yogurt or pudding in the squishy what a great concept!

  38. I love your yogurt idea. I could totally see packing these for a camping trip.

  39. My boys love the blueberry-banana-apple puree that I make fresh.

  40. Spiced apple and pear puree is a fave of both my boys

  41. Smoothies to eat on the way to the bus stop in the AMs

  42. Puree would be nice to have in it

  43. Lori Bazan says:

    Smoothies ..this is great!

  44. Carol Denny says:

    Yogurt would be a good thing to put in a squishy pack

  45. Erin McGrath says:

    Puréed apple, pear, squash and yogurt!

  46. Pear sauce!

  47. I would Make a Mango, Banana & Papaya Puree to give her a some tropical vibe.
    another would be a Strawberry, Carrot & Oats Puree; It Taste sooooooooooooo Good!

  48. I’d put pureed vegetables

  49. sandra mitchell says:

    Yogurt for sure

  50. Applesauce.

  51. Nicole Newby says:

    some type of fruit or veggies 🙂

  52. These look awesome. I’d probably fill with some sort of fruit/veggie puree smoothie. And baby food for my new baby when she’s ready!

    — Dana
    lilfamily13.blogspot.com

  53. Courtney says:

    Yogurt! PErfect for car rides

  54. Kathleen says:

    Apple sauce or smoothies

  55. Lindsay Cyr says:

    My son just loves apples and strawberries, so I would put a mixture of those fruits in it 🙂

  56. Applesauce & yogurt

  57. is there a glitch with the system? i can’t find my comment. anyways, this squishy snak pak is a fancy creation by jennifer. to michelle, thanks for the collaboration on this giveaway. like i said on my earlier post which seemed lost in the cyberspace, this would be perfect for my handsome 14-month old baby boy. homemade vegetable & fruits puree/juice would now be mess-free. oh hope i win! cross fingers! cheers 🙂

  58. I would use them for smoothies

  59. apple sauce

  60. I would fill my Squishy Snak Paks with good old water. Is that too boring?
    I really like the idea of filling it with yogurt or applesauce. Maybe you could even use it as a piping bag for kids to decorate cupcakes and cookies.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  61. Lisa A. says:

    I love this idea! I’d fill with yogurt. My little guy cannot get enough so we’re always buying yogurt tubes but this would be so much easier and much more economical!

  62. Marilyne Lavoie says:

    Applesauce and yogurt.

  63. Christy Martin says:

    I think I would put frozen iced coffee!

  64. James Beck says:

    yogurt

  65. SMOOTHIES MADE WITH JUICING FRESH FRUIT, IN SEASON AND YOGOURT!

  66. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I would put unsweetened applesauce.

  67. off the top of my head: applesauce, yogurt

  68. We would use these for so many different types of smoothies, applesauce and other fruit and vegetable mixes, then discover more delicious snacks to put on them!

  69. yoghurt

  70. Katy Emanuel says:

    yogurt or apricot puree

  71. fruit sauces (apple etc), yogurt, fruit and veggie mixes, basically anything I could get away with.

  72. My little one would love yogurt in this. We’d also put our homemade blueberry applesauce in this. She loves it but it stains so easily, this could help with that!

  73. Elisabeth says:

    I would fill it with applesauce or yogurt!

  74. Andrew B says:

    Apple sauce

  75. HawkeeMommy says:

    Wow, this is an awesome product – even if I don’t win, I’m just happy to have learned about it! I would put applesauce (cause the kids like it), yogurt, and hmm… would ice-cream work with ice packs to keep it cold? 🙂

  76. Beth McKeown says:

    Ice cream,yogurt,ice,applesauce.

  77. sandyandcosmo says:

    Yogurt.

  78. apple sauce

  79. charmaine tavares says:

    homemade choc pudding yum!

  80. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    applesauce or pudding
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  81. Erica C. says:

    Blended fruits.

  82. Viv Sluys says:

    homemade applesauce or peach probably

  83. Angela Mitchell says:

    homemade smoothies, yogurt, applesauce

  84. Jennifer Nixon says:

    My toddler loves yogurt but she can be quite messy at times with it. I’d use it for fruit and yogurt blends I make myself. Fruit and vegetable purees as well.
    Thanks for this great giveaway 😀

  85. I would use it for our homemade applesauce, the most. Everyone seems to love it around here! 🙂

  86. adina holwerda says:

    pureed vegies and fruit sauces

  87. Olivia L says:

    My baby loves Greek yogurt with mashed banana or applesauce. Both would go well in a pouch.

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