Milk Trays are a breastmilk freezing system that conveniently freezes expressed breastmilk in 30ml portions, eliminating the waste that is commonly associated with milk freezer bags. Unlike ice-cube trays, Milk Trays are specifically designed for the safe freezing of breastmilk: they do not allow soluble nutrients to adhere to the sides or leach chemicals into breastmilk. Made from medical grade BPA Free plastic, they come with secure lids to block out freezer burns and smells. The elongated shape of the frozen 'milk sticks' means they easily fit through any bottle opening and they thaw quicker. iParenting 2009 Award Winner for Outstanding New Product.
2 x Milk Trays with lids per pack.
Posted by Tracey Huxtable on 4th Mar 2012
Fantastic product, no more wasting money on the milk storage bags, the 30ml size per block is perfect for little top ups during growth spurts, they pop out really easily into freezer bags and fit into bottles with ease. Washes easily. What a great product.
Posted by Madi on 30th Aug 2011
Easy to use for breastmilk storage AND defrosting for use when needed. Made process so simple and straight forward.
Posted by Phuong Cooke on 30th Aug 2011
These trays are great! I love how the portion sizes and they work so much better than the bags. There's no wastage as I can defrost as I need and so quickly as well!
Posted by Aranea C on 26th Aug 2011
...they could go in the dishwasher!
These are great, storing milk in small portions means much less waste, the shape is good for fitting in bottles (for smaller bottles sometimes I snap the sticks in half to fit more in) and because the sticks have a lot of surface area, defrosting is faster too!
Posted by Danielle on 27th May 2011
These milk trays are great - the 30ml size means i can leave emergency stock at day care, and if my baby is desperate for food 20 mins before i get there they can just give him 30ml, tiding him over until i arrive with the real thing!
Warning though: i stupidly did not read packaging about cleaning, and poured boiled water from kettle to 'sterilise' them and they went out of shape. Should have realised they would do this from the packaging, but did not think!