Here are some other uses I've found for these bags:
- storing & freezing homemade baby food. It's so much easier to defrost homemade baby food when it's in a bag as opposed to a container. Just drop it in a bowl of hot water and it's ready to eat in a few minutes. Most baby foods pour right out of the bag, but thicker substances may require you to use a spoon to get it all out.
- freezing other foods. My kids love marinara sauce with their pizza, but they never eat enough to justify opening an entire jar of sauce. Instead, I'll save the leftover sauce after we have spaghetti, put it in a bag, and freeze it. When it's time for pizza, I can just drop it in a bowl of hot water and by the time the pizza is done, the sauce is ready to eat.
- waterproof phone cover. I have to give credit to Honeysuckle Breastmilk Storage Bags for this one. Breastmilk storage bags are watertight, right? They keep the milk in so they can keep the water out. I tried this at the pool yesterday and it was great. I was able to check my phone without having to dry off. I was glad for the bag when a child redirected one of the fountains while I was texting Jason. She soaked me and the phone! Her mother was so apologetic but I told her it was no big deal since the phone was safely enclosed in the bag. I also snapped these pictures while the phone was in the bag.
All opinions are my own. Thanks to Honeysuckle Breastmilk Storage Bags for providing a sample.