Sage Spoonfuls Review

I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t do much in kitchen.  Aside from making Chili for Sunday Football, or, Matzoh Ball soup when I miss my Mom’s cooking, I’m a disaster in the kitchen! My Mom and Sisters are all Giada De Laurentiis, making gourmet meals for their family… meanwhile, I’m over here trying to figure out how to turn on our KitchenAid Mixer we got as a wedding gift….5 years ago! Somehow, that gene skipped over me.  I was too intimidated to try to make my own baby food when Brody was little, and envious of Mom’s who prepped delicious little purées for their baby. I am so mad at myself for not finding this product sooner and giving it a try! It’s easy, practical, and so much more nutritious!

If you have the same fears I did, or think it’s too much work, I have the best little gadget for you guys. It’s so easy!!!! I promise! I seriously LOVE this set and am so excited to be giving one away! Make sure you enter HERE for a chance to win the Homemade Essentials Package!


Sage Spoonfuls is a wonderful brand dedicated to helping you make nutritious homemade food for your little ones. What I love most about this line, and the Homemade Essentials Package, is that it has everything you need to get the process going. The  Homemade Essentials Package even includes an amazing cookbook with recipes and ideas on what to make for your kiddo. The book is broken down by months (4-6 months, 7-9 months, etc.), taking the guesswork out of what you should feed your little one during that time. The possibilities are endless, and this will help keep it fun and fresh!


From adding oats to make a delicious Banana Coconut Oatmeal to making Strawberry Watermelon Popsicle, Sage Spoonfuls has you covered! There’s even a section with recipes for the entire family. If you grab this book, make sure you check out the Chicken Soup Pasta recipe!!! Delish!!!

What’s in the box:

Immersion Blender w/food processor attachment

6 – 4 oz   glass storage jars

60 labels

Pocket Guide (love this! Goes over infant CPR and is great  to keep in your diaper bag!)

Cook Book with hundreds of yummy food combinations!

I also love THESE 8 oz glass jars that are sold separately. These are perfect to use for yummy smoothies! You could use them to store veggies, fruits, etc. while on the go!

Brody and I did a video review so you can see this product in action. He was a great little helper, and had a little too much fun pouring water into the green beans. The unedited version of this video is AMAZING….Ha!! But, I love that he was so into helping out in kitchen! If you have a toddler and new baby, this could be a really great way to get some one-on-one time in while being productive, but still having fun together 🙂


This is a total Mommy Must Have and should be on your list of things you need for your baby! You will have so much fun feeding your little cutie all of the yummy food made with your Homemade Essentials Package! 😉

Happy Strolling!


One thought on “Sage Spoonfuls Review

  1. Bailey says:

    I’m a 25 year old dude. I’ve spent some time searching for a way to get grreioecs to my tenth floor apartment. I hate making more than one trip, especially if I’ve purchased frozen items. Smaller carabiners designed for hiking and climbing are cool-looking (and not clearly labeled as a mommy/stroller product), but they can’t fit six or seven plastic bags full of grreioecs. This product does a great job of keeping plastic grocery bag handles from cutting into my hands when I try to get everything upstairs at once. No more making two or three trips just because I bought a gallon of milk, some OJ, and canned food. For those of you who are environmentally conscious, it works with canvas grocery bags, too.I keep my Mommy Hook in the car for big trips to the grocery store. It clips conveniently to the vertical bars that support the passenger seat headrest. I’ll probably buy another one in order to balance the weight across both arms (particularly for trips to wholesale/bulk stores like Costco.)Heads-up: the spring mechanism does seem a little stiff and possibly weak. I took care of the stiffness with some WD40, but I’m a little wary about the overall durability. The Home Depot jumbo carabiners are cheaper and possibly tougher, but these ship for free with Prime. If it’ll bother you, the Mommy Hook printing on the foam grip has been wearing off.The Mommy Hook would earn five stars if it was cheaper and more durable. And more color options might be nice.**UPDATE 12/4**Since purchasing the Mommy Hook, I have picked up a couple of Workforce Jumbo Carabiners from Home Depot. As has been mentioned before, they are nearly identical to the Mommy Hook in all but price. The spring mechanism feels smoother on the Workforce ones, but that was probably due more to luck of the draw than superior manufacturing. If you have a Home Depot nearby, and you probably do, grab a jumbo carabiner the next time you’re in there. If you intend to buy online, it’s more cost-effective to get your Mommy Hook with Amazon prime than it would be to spend $3 on a carabiner and $6 on shipping at the Depot.The Workforce carabiners are a little bit higher quality, but they don’t come in the kid-tested, mother-approved color of Johnny Cash black. Boring old blue and red carabiners don’t say biker mom quite like the Mommy Hook.

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