The Best Baby Feeding Products to Include on Your Registry

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Assortment of baby feeding products
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Products meant for feeding a newborn baby are one of the pillars of a well-rounded registry. Because, let’s be honest, eating is one of the things babies are known for doing—often. Each parent/baby feeding routine is unique. That’s why it’s important for us to have the products we need to make feeding, no matter what that looks like, as easy as possible. 

Whether we’re breastfeeding, bottle feeding, or preparing for the stage where we’ll introduce foods besides formula or breast milk, there are products designed to make sure we’re well prepared. That’s why we wanted to offer some guidance in the registry department by gathering a list of the best baby feeding products to consider. Many of these products have been personally used by our editors, and all come with raving reviews on their quality. 

Creating your baby registry can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help with editor- and expert-approved picks for everything you need for your new baby (and for you!) with our first ever Baby Registry Awards. Click here for our top picks for everything from bouncers to baby bottles. 


The Best Baby Feeding Products for Your Registry

Read on for the best of the best baby feeding products to add to your baby registry. 

Editor’s Note: Many feeding products like breast pumps are fully or partially covered by insurance and many feeding essentials like breast pump accessories and bottles can be purchased using FSA or HSA dollars. Check your coverage before purchasing.


1. Formula

When it comes to baby formula, we want the best of the best. To us, that means all of the good stuff and none of the bad. Bobbie formula is exactly that. As a USDA certified organic product, Bobbie formula includes organic milk and is made with non-GMO ingredients. Additionally, Bobbie formula has received both the Clean Label Project’s Pesticide Free Certification and Purity Award. Modeled after breast milk, their recipe meets US and European regulations, meaning it includes DHA and leaves out unwanted ingredients like corn syrup, soy-allergens, and palm oil. Bobbie recipes are also soy allergen free. We can feel good knowing we’re feeding baby the highest quality formula when we choose Bobbie. Their starter bundle is great to have on hand so you can be prepared for feedings along with baby’s arrival.

For routine feeders, available as a Starter Bundle or as a 4, 8, or 10 can subscription.
For fussy feeders, available in a 4, 8 or 10 can subscription.


2. Bottles

Baby bottles are a must-have, whether we’re choosing to breastfeed, formula feed, or combo feed. Like all baby products, we want the highest quality available for our little ones. That’s why we chose products that avoid BPA and harmful chemicals. These bottles include breast-like nipples for a natural feel for babies. Plus, they’re clinically proven to reduce colic with their internal vent systems, provide a consistent flow rate, and preserve nutrients. And let’s not forget, they’re dishwasher safe—the type of convenience we need! 

Pack of 5 bottles, try them all and find your favorite!
Target | Dr. Brown's
pack of 2
Target | Comotomo
pack of 2
2 colors available
Amazon | Tommee Tippee
pack of 3
Target | Philips
pack of 3


3. Breast Pumps and Hands-Free Breast Pumps

With so many breast pump options on the market, it’s difficult to know what type of breast pump is best for your needs. Hospital-grade breast pumps are great for at-home use and gathering a supply of milk. Manual pumps help on-the-go and then there are hands-free pumps, which are great for multi-tasking thanks to their portability. While a breast pump can be on the higher price point side of a registry, there are plenty of high-quality, affordable options as well. Here are the top-rated and editor-approved breast pumps. Remember, many pumps when purchased through insurance are eligible for FSA/HSA reimbursements—be sure to check with your insurance carrier for more info! 


5. Breast Milk Storage and Supplies

From bottles to bags, there are plenty of ways to make sure breast milk stays fresh and secure after pumping. With highly rated options and even physician-approved inclusions, we can be confident when using these products. Plus, we included supplies specifically for making each feeding session easier. 

Walmart | Medela
100 count
Target | Medela
breastmilk storage that doubles as a bottle
combo pack with overnight and regular
available in sizes S-XXL
5 colors available
Kindred Bravely
available in sizes S-XXXL
5 colors available
Amazon | Earth Mama
Amazon | Lansinoh


5. Bottle Drying Racks and Sterilizers

Parents learn quickly that babies come with a lot of stuff. There’s gear for every part of taking care of a little one. While there are the essentials, there are also some that can be considered ‘nice-to-have.’ Anything that saves space and allows us to organize baby gear is a win in our book. That’s why we love these bottle drying racks. Made specifically for baby bottles and accessories, they’re the most efficient way to dry bottles after washing.


6. Burp Cloths

As Jocelyn from Schitt’s Creek would say, ‘spit happens!’ As do burps, spit-ups, messes, and the like. In these cases, and during each feeding session, burp cloths are essential. After babies eat, it’s recommended that they be burped to let out any air stuck in their tummies. Burp cloths are great for protecting clothing from inevitable spit-up that happens with feeding. The best ones are highly absorbent, durable, and soft for baby’s skin.

aden + anais
pack of 2
13 colors available
Amazon | Burt's Bees Baby
pack of 5
18 colors available


7. Formula and Baby Food Makers

At about the six-month mark, the CDC recommends introducing babies to foods other than breast milk or formula. This can be an exciting time as we can get to know our babies better—what foods they like and what they’re not so fond of. It’s also a great time to make our own baby food. While there are great brands out there for baby food, making it from scratch can offer peace of mind by knowing the exact ingredients. The best part? With a good baby food maker, it doesn’t have to be as difficult or time-consuming as it may sound. Here are a few we recommend. 

Baby Brezza
3 colors available
Amazon | BEABA
6 colors available
Babylist | Sage Spoonfuls
Target | Baby Brezza
pack of 10


8. Baby Feeding Utensils

When baby starts eating different foods, it will be nice to have utensils on hand specifically designed for little ones. They’re crafted to fit in little human hands, and are made with materials that will be easy on their mouths. From spoons to plates and bowls, baby will basically have their own kitchen dedicated to them when the registry is complete! Our favorite products are made of silicone (AKA, not breakable!) and are BPA, phthalate, and latex-free for safe feeding every time. 

5 colors available
Target | ezpz
Expert Approved: "The EZPZ Tiny Cup is the perfect size for babies and is weighted on the bottom to lessen the likelihood of spills. It's a great way to introduce water at meals and helps promote independence with drinking. Plus, it grows with your baby!" 3 colors available
Amazon | numnum
Expert Approved: "These flat spoons are ideal for starting solids and help to encourage self-feeding skills. The flat surfaces allow food to stick and the short handle is perfect for little hands. As a bonus, they help soothe sore gums when teething!"
available in packs of 2, 4, and 6
Target | EZPZ
5 colors available
Amazon | WeeSprout
11 colors available
Amazon | WeeSprout
11 colors available


9. High Chairs

A list of the best baby feeding products would be incomplete without including our favorite high chairs. When picking out the perfect high chair, we looked at durability and the ability to grow with baby. Plus, “It’s important that the chair you put on your registry has an upright back with a footrest to promote improved posture,” said Mary Noreen Cheng, a pediatric physical therapist, and part of our Registry Awards expert panel.

The chairs we’ve included here come highly rated, have adjustable trays that can be placed in the dishwasher, and adjust to different levels for baby’s needs. 

16 colors available
5 colors available
Amazon | Graco
3 colors available
Amazon | Joovy
5 colors available
Baby's feet should be supported when eating, so add this budget-friendly favorite to your registry asap.
Etsy | Little Bit Outfitters

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This post contains a sponsored inclusion of Bobbie but all of the opinions within are those of The Everymom editorial board.