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OXO Tot Baby Blocks

 

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Not just for babyfood, use these to store all sorts of foods for later use.

Our friends at KitchenClique.com are giving one lucky winner the chance to win a these OXO Blocks. In order to qualify for a chance to win please tell us in the comments below how you would use these, what would you store in them?

Entrants must be US Residents over the age of 18. Contest closes October 26th 2011 at 9 am EST. Winner will be chosen by online randomizer from qualifying entries.

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.

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About Tamar Genger MA, RD

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Tamar lives in New York and is the mother of three amazing children, a Registered Dietitian, professor of Nutrition, and as you can probably guess, a foodie! Tamar loves to travel with her family and visits kosher restaurants wherever she goes. Although she loves the sights, she spends more time talking about the restaurants and food she ate! As a mom and a nutritionist, Tamar tries to balance her passion for healthy cooking with her insatiable desire for chocolate! Find more on Google

 

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59 Responses to OXO Tot Baby Blocks

  1. avatar says: Cheryl F.

    I would stored diced onions and sliced mushrooms in them :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  2. I would send cut up fruit for my kids’ lunches in them.

  3. avatar says: Aviva

    I think it would be very handy to store spices!

  4. avatar says: Kim

    I would store spices in them. They are the perfect size.

  5. They will definitely be very handy in organizing and storing food items and ingredients. In particular, I would store ice cream toppings in them :)

  6. avatar says: JoAnn

    to store homemade baby food.

  7. I would use them for individual servings of pudding or jello.

  8. I like to serve small portions of berries with breakfast every day but there isn’t always time in the morning. The OXO blocks would be perfect to portion out the berries the night before then just grab and serve in the morning.

  9. They’re perfect for storing spices! I buy spices in bulk and always have a problem finding containers

  10. avatar says: SarahG

    Good for storing small amounts of homemade sauces/marinades in the freezer, and to shake up and store fresh salad dressings.

  11. I’d use them for storing homemade baby food for my six month-old son.

  12. avatar says: Timmsks

    I like to store homemade sauces (cranberry sauces, gravy, etc), frozen vegetables to quickly warm up on busy nights, left over vegetables/fruit in the fridge, perfect for leftover deviled eggs/hard boiled eggs, or small foods like trail mix/nuts/granola on the go.

  13. I would use them for small amounts of leftover foods, extra chopped onions and other ingredients, spices, and a plethora of other small items. My husband will not like another kitchen item, but I would find it extremely useful.

  14. I would use them for storing spices. I never have enough containers for storing dried herbs and spices. Also I might store the granola I make. I think that they would come in handy for a variety of uses in a Kosher kitchen.

  15. I can’t help but imitate some of the other entries and say I’d store spices in them. I have gotten into the habit of buying the packages of bulk spices that are sold in the produce section of the supermarket since they are sooo much cheaper than the bottled spices in the spice aisle. So I either have to buy a spice bottle or I just end up having zip lock bags of different spices floating around.

  16. I would use them for leftovers. I always cook too much.

  17. avatar says: Esther

    For one, I’d use it for Baby Food. I make a lot of my own. But it can also be great storage for rubberbands, paperclips, pushpins, and that sort of thing.

  18. avatar says: Amomomys

    I would use these to store dinner leftovers and food for the baby.

  19. avatar says: strandjss

    I’d send them to my daughter in Montana because she makes her own baby food and would love these. And I would love to be able to send them to her.

  20. I would keep spices in them.

  21. I just started watching my grand daughter a few days a week for my step daughter and she just turned 9 months old and loves snacks… So not only baby food but her snacks and as she grows the types of foods that I would in them would also

  22. avatar says: bedziner

    Perfect for taking snacks for little children on the road.

  23. avatar says: Rachel BL

    Creative? Maybe not, but G-d willing we’ll be using them for their intended purpose soon! I’ve been determined to make our own baby food.

  24. avatar says: Mrs. B

    I would use them to store homemade baby food for my 8 month old. :o )

  25. homemade jelly from my garden

  26. avatar says: dale

    my grown daughter has special dietary needs: she eats only dairy free and gluten free. i would use these little containers to store some of her foods; for instance i would pre-shred her dairy free cheese substitutes to store and have on hand when she visits.

  27. avatar says: momoftwo

    These would be great for storing extra salad dressing.

  28. i would use them to store my craft beads !

  29. avatar says: Candie L

    You will not believe my answer. But they are perfect geocache containers (my husband hides these treasure hunts all over our town). Thank you

  30. avatar says: Nechama

    My go-to cookie base calls for an egg yolk and I like to save the white for breakfast the next day…these containers are perfectly sized!
    Also, we mince garlic before Shabbos for our salad dressing…again, perfect size!

  31. avatar says: cindy

    I would store portions of salad dressing to pack in lunches so the salad does not get soggy by adding the dressing in the morning. A crisp salad every time.

  32. I would use these to store buttons and other sewing hooks and such
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  33. I would use them to store fruit for the kids! Thanks so much for the great giveaway!
    Renee Walters
    bored2quickly@hotmail.com

  34. avatar says: Lim

    I’d give them to my sister, who is going to start making her own baby food in about a month.

  35. avatar says: Jessica

    I would use these to store homemade baby food for my daughter.

  36. avatar says: SHAYNA

    I WOULD STORE BABY FOOD IN THEM :)

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  37. avatar says: kelley

    I would use it for storing baby food.

  38. These would be great for baby food.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  39. Baby food! I try to feed my prince only home made, natural, organic food …

  40. avatar says: SarahG

    Good for storing dressing and sauces. Or, anything that you’d need to freeze in small portions.

  41. avatar says: Dena

    I would use them to store baby food. I love making apple sauce for my babes.

  42. I would use them to serve cheese and vegetables for tacos-then just put the lids on for leftovers.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  43. My condinments while eating in the patio

  44. avatar says: herblady

    I can think of many uses, but they would be perfect for the herbs that I grow. Once I dry them, they are very crumbly and have to be stored in airtight containers.
    hrbeck_98 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  45. avatar says: petal5

    I would finally make the baby food I have been hoping to make for my little boy! These would be perfect for storing some pureed avacados – yum!

  46. I would use them to store the dried herbs from my garden. If I can’t use the herbs fresh, I’ll pick the extra and dry them so these would be perfect to store them in.

  47. homemade flavored oils, and diced vegetables

  48. avatar says: gkran

    I would use them for my son.. homemade baby food purees.

  49. I can think of 2 things I would use it for: Recipes using tomato paste usually only call for 1 or 2 tablespoons, so I would use them to store the rest of the can in 1-2 Tbsp amounts. Also, I usually buy a much bigger ginger root than I need, so I’d chop up the rest and store it in these little containers

  50. avatar says: tsk11230

    I would store shredded onion, diced parsley and onion, etc, that I could take out and use as needed.

  51. avatar says: Yehuda

    I looked them up on the site you provided and I don’t see them. I don’t know what I would put in them. As a consumer I would appreciate if the manufacturer would provide some clue as to what they are for. Otherwise, I probably wouldn’t know what to do with them. Maybe I could put vegetables or sauces in them. They look like they don’t open up too easily so stuff wouldn’t spill out in your lunch bag. Good luck.

  52. I would use these to make healthy baby food for my granddaughter when she comes to visit. It would be easier to make all the servings at once than to get the baby food processor out for each meal.

  53. I would use these in lunches, thanks for the chance

    Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

  54. There’s usually just the two of us for dinner, and oftimes just one of us will want something…like gravy on meatloaf. It’s impossible to made a decent gravy for one, so I usually freeze what I don’t use in an ice tray. After I transfer it to a freezer bag, it gets ice crystals quickly if I don’t use it right away. These containers look like they’ll hold just the right amount of stuff like this while holding it safely until I need it.

  55. Since I have a 4 month old, these would come in very handy to store baby food. I made a lot of homemade baby food for my first child, and will do so for this one also.

  56. i would use them for our son’s food prep

  57. avatar says: Naddez

    I’d use these for snacks, lunch, baby food.

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