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Review of Beech-Nut Homestyle Steamies (Giveaway!)

8:02 PM

My baby is just starting to chow down the solids, but we're already looking ahead to the toddler months and the best foods for when he's a bit older.  One brand that we've always had a good experience with is Beech-Nut.


They just launched some new eats for toddlers called Homestyle Steamies.  They are a delicious, all-in-one meal with varieties like Macaroni & Cheese, Cheesy Lasagna, and Chicken Vegetable Stars.  They come in simple, resealable tubs that are microwavable AND BPA free (which is quite a relief, actually.)  While I don't usually buy all of my baby food from the store (I make quite a bit of my own), it is nice to have some options in the cupboard for when we travel, or for when the meal I serve has too much sodium or is too spicy for me to feel comfortable feeding my toddlers.  The Steamies from Beech-Nut happen to be made with natural ingredients and have no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives!

I thought that these meals were super convenient and great for packing into a diaper bag for Grandma's or even daycare (sometimes you just need to be sure that your child is eating well.)  If you don't have time to prepare a homemade meal, this seems like the next best thing!

You can read about the entire line at the Beech-Nut site!

Wanna Win?  We are giving away a super cool prize pack from Beech-Nut!  It includes:
·         An organic cotton tote
·         A roll of “plantable” gift wrap and gift tags
·         Organic cotton fruit & veggie toys
·         Samples of new Beech-Nut Homestyle Steamies and coupons, as well as feeding tips!


To be entered to win, just tell us in the comments how you feed your toddler when you're on the go.  We'll pick one entry at random to win the prize!  You have until January 13th at 11:59 pm CST to get your entries in. ONE ENTRY PER PERSON, please.

Giveaway is open to U.S. 18+ only, and be sure to give us a way to contact you if you win! (Don't forget to enter all of our giveaways while you're here!)

*Sample prize tote was received for review. Opinions are my own.


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30 comments

  1. I give my great grandson dry cheerios to munch on when we are on the go

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  2. It depends what meal we're missing at home. If it's just a little snack time, I give her the puffs/crunchies whatever you want to call them. Meal time is such a production, from premixing the oatmeal and measuring and putting it all in a mini cooler.

    b(dot)cardone(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  3. When my daughter was a toddler we always had boxes of raisins and peanut butter crackers for quick snacks while we were on the go.

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  4. We usually have graham crackers or small containers of dry cereal with us for snacking.
    mnsteph[at]gmail[dot]com

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  5. Usually finger food like cheerios, graham crackers and goldfish crackers.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  6. My lil man loves Fishes, raisins, bananas, etc. Jenprincess88 at yahoo dot com

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  7. I give my son foods that arent messy and easy to eat. Like Crackers and such.
    jessycafoster@hotmail.com

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  8. I usually pack snacks like the beech nut puffs and the fruit twist and have some squeezable peter fruit pouches
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  9. I try to always have granola bars with us while we're out! Thanks,Jess jdjmcc@aol.com

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  10. Peanut Butter Crackers and cheerios. Thank you, Heather L. littlejs_mommy@yahoo.com

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  11. I like to give apple slices, dried cereal, and juice boxes for snacks.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  12. I bring along yogurt bars for him to munch on
    ellewoods7777@yahoo.com

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  13. i try to always order something that's kid-friendly

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  14. I will bring along snacks for my little one to much on while we're out. We like Cheerios, cereal bars or goldfish! If we're missing a complete meal we will eat something out:)
    ashleygatewood@mail.com

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  15. We usually have juice boxes, squeezable applesauce packets, goldfish, fruit leathers, granola bars, and dry cereal somewhere. In the diaper bag, my purse, or in the car.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. dry cereal or the gerber puffs are usually a big hit

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  17. I feed my toddler on the go by either packing a bag or throwing snacks into a ziplock...depending on how long we're on the go.Thanks for the contest! codisweepstakes2 (@) gmail(dot)com

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  18. my nephew likes gerber puffs. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  19. We usually put a bunch of dry snacks into a ziplock container (animal crackers, goldfish, yogurt puffs, etc) or continue to use the jars of baby food that Jr. will still eat - he's grown sick of most of them.

    kanderspina~at~yahoo~dot~com

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  20. I pack a snack of little crackers, dry cereal, a breakfast bar, and a cheese stick.

    hafner611{AT}gmail{DOT}com

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  21. An o's cereal and whole grain noodles!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  22. We love goldfish crackers, cereal bars, or a small yogurt container. Contact info on my blog, thanks!

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  23. Mandatory Entry:
    when i am on the go-- i bring sandwiches and snacks only--no clean up..i save soups, smoothies for home
    anashct at yahoo dot com

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  24. I like to carry snacks such as goldfish and cheerios.
    yvonne
    yvonngreen@gmail.com

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  25. I usually give my little niece cheerios!

    kngmckellar at hotmail dot com

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  26. My Husband and I have a TERRIBLE time feeding our son. He eats great for breakfast but that is pretty much the only meal. Grammy feeds him by hand and he eats no problem. Maybe these would hyelp me out!

    atayner0183 at yahoo dot com

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  27. i pack snacks like cheerios and fruit so our son can eat on the go
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  28. i usually brought along snacks or made a small lunch in a paper bag

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  29. I bring homemade snacks from home.

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  30. I make little almond butter and no sugar jelly on whole wheat and cut in squares. Sometimes I take little crackers or baby food in a jar-like a fruit, or a banana.

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