Ditch that old plastic freezer tray covered with plastic cling wrap and start freezing your homemade baby food in a safe and practical way! TheHaakaa Freezer Trayis perfect for freezing puree, homemade baby food, breast milk, or even plain old ice cubes! Made of 100% silicone, our handy little tray is totally heatproof, microwave safe, dishwasher safe, and free of any potential nasties that come with leaching plastic freezer trays.
To remove the ice cubes from the tray, simply press the bottom of each compartment up from below with your finger!
Haakaa freezer trays are perfect for infants getting used to the taste of solids. Freeze large batches of food or milk into easy, perfectly-sized meals.
6 Compartments: 6 x 70ml = 420ml
100% food-grade silicone
Dishwasher and microwave safe
Flexible silicone body to make removing cubes a breeze
Keep food fresh for up to 6 months
BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free
Wash before and after each use. Although dishwasher safe, we recommend hand washing your freezer tray with warm, soapy water and rinsing thoroughly. Do not use bleach-based cleaners or tablets to sterilise or clean your Haakaa products. To sterilise, use a steam steriliser (electric or microwave) or boil in water for 2-3 minutes
Check product condition regularly. Replace if this product shows any signs of damage. Avoid storing near sharp objects or digging out the ice cubes with sharp objects. Please refer to the directions tab for more advice on removing the ice cubes. Only soft bristle brushes or soft sponges should be used to clean this product, as hard scourers may scratch the surface. Do not use this product for anything other than its intended purpose.
Solid food is recommended for babies 4-6 months +. Please consult your midwife or medical professional if introducing solids earlier.
Please note: It is not recommended to keep infant food/breast milk frozen for longer than 3 months unless in a deep freeze. Do not refreeze thawed food, breast milk, or formula. Solid food is recommended for babies 4-6 months plus. Please consult your midwife or medical professional if introducing solids earlier.