Best Of: Baby Food and Baby Feeding Equipment

There are one bajillion different products in the baby feeding market, from bottles to bibs to high chairs to feeding utensils and fancy baby food makers. I’ve put together a video tour of some of our favorite recommended products, because before I had Cohen I toured a few mom’s homes to see their faves so I thought I’d pass along the favor.

 
 

Where to Find (Click on each Image to take you to view):

 
EZPZ happy mat  sticks to the table or highchair so they can’t throw the bowl! Genius!

EZPZ happy mat sticks to the table or highchair so they can’t throw the bowl! Genius!

 
 
Boon Pulp Silicone Feeder  is perfect for when babies are just starting off with solids.

Boon Pulp Silicone Feeder is perfect for when babies are just starting off with solids.

 
 
Oxo Self Feeder  is similar to Boon but a little bit easier for little babes to grasp

Oxo Self Feeder is similar to Boon but a little bit easier for little babes to grasp

 
 
Ikea Antilop High chair is AWESOME and only costs $20! The legs come off for easy travel too!

Ikea Antilop High chair is AWESOME and only costs $20! The legs come off for easy travel too!

 
 
 
 
Amara baby food  has 1/2+ less sugar than other baby foods! You can mix with water in the pouch for on the go feeding.

Amara baby food has 1/2+ less sugar than other baby foods! You can mix with water in the pouch for on the go feeding.

 
 
The  Kitchen Aid chopper  (it’s small) is perfect to place steamed fruit and veggies in to make your own baby food OR to place serviings of meals in later to chop for them (like meat, lasagna, etc.).

The Kitchen Aid chopper (it’s small) is perfect to place steamed fruit and veggies in to make your own baby food OR to place serviings of meals in later to chop for them (like meat, lasagna, etc.).

 

Cohen has been getting SUPER messy lately while feeding himself avocado and black beans, so I recently purchased these Ikea bibs and they have great reviews and only $5.99! The oxo bibs are great for feeding baby food but some additional coverage is needed unless you plan to change their outfit after letting them feed themselves (or I’ll take Cohen’s shirt off).

 
 

Do you have any favorites to feed your little with that I haven’t tried?? Please let me know!! Thanks so much for swinging by! -Traci