Food storage is all plastic throwaways — until you have a baby. Keep toxins at bay with tempered glass storage cubes, bowls, and tubs. Durable, ecofriendly, and safe, each comes with a bright snap-on top to keep leftovers, snacks, and baby food as fresh as the day you packed it.
Food drippings in a cookbook are charming; goopy fingerprints on an iPad are not. Keep your beloved tablet in pristine condition with a stand and wand for scrolling through recipes without making a mess.
This Brooklyn-grown biodegradable, dye- and fragrance-free cleanser masterfully removes crusty leftovers no matter how long your dishes have been waiting. Bonus: The design is so pretty you won’t want to hide it under the sink.
In the spirit of fake it ’til you bake it, we present these mixes — apple or zucchini muffins and pumpkin or banana bread. All you have to add is the key ingredient, oil, and water. This is as close to homemade as we get with two toddlers pulling at our apron.
The secret to success in the kitchen: Everything tastes twice as good when it’s made with something pretty. Plus, the whisk’s wires have a colorful silicone coating to protect pans and bowls — how considerate.
Our kids love millet, barley, and quinoa — as long as they’re squeezing it out of a fruit and grain combo pouch. Flavors include zucchini, banana, and amaranth; apple, raisin, and quinoa; sweet potato, mango, and millet; and plum, berry, and barley. It’s the healthiest way we know to tide over tummies until dinner.
Baby food makers rejoice! Finally a way for your little eater to squeeze every last bit of nutrition out of your made-from-scratch purees. Plus, the silicone pouches are BPA and phthalate free and dishwasher safe.
You know what you can’t do with a Ziploc? You can’t toss it in the washing machine to clean. And plastic baggies aren’t made from organic cotton. And they don’t come with adorable illustrations. So there.
A homemade push-up that’s a time-filler and magic trick rolled into one. It’s made from BPA-free, nonleaching silicone, so the only thing your little ingests is whatever you freeze. We suggest strawberry yogurt.