Mums are going crazy for this simple homemade trick to help soothe teething pain.

After one mum shared her easy solution to help little ones suffering teething pain her clever idea went viral.

Posting on The Parent Pack Facebook group, the mum uploaded a photo of her trick using baking paper on a tray and squeezing baby fruit puree from a pouch.

The mum created different shapes including simple lines, circles, hearts and stars.

“Squeeze yummy baby pouches onto greaseproof paper on a tray and pop in the freezer for fun, frozen, yummy teethers,” she wrote to the group.

“So soothing on baby gums.”

The post attracted 17,000 comments. Mums have also shared their own little tricks as well.

“I did this with breast milk my little one loved it.”

Some mums also suggested blending your own fruits and vegies as a much cheaper option.

Others have warned mums to be careful of the size and be mindful of choking hazards.

Genius idea!

Share your teething tips below

  • Great idea espeically when you’ve tried lots of other things!


  • Mum’s are so amazing with their handy tips for babies. This is just another great idea


  • its amazing how we can share all these wonderful ideas with each other


  • Great idea… I’m wondering what age is too young for this


  • Great idea – the cold really helps with those teething problems. As for them melting – isn’t that what bibs are for? Or have they too gone out of fashion? I know they were very helpful with my family.


  • Good idea, but des it get messy as it melts?


  • I wonder how long before they start melting and getting messy? I suppose no different to self feeding, or even upchucking haha. Clever and could make different flavours.


  • What a great idea! Love it.


  • lovely idea, but I can imagine as soon bub is handling these frozen teethers and start sucking that it will melt and create quite a mess…


  • Very clever idea I love it


  • Great idea.


  • A great nifty idea.


  • ha, what a cool idea, wish I had thought of it!


  • Good idea as long as it is safe for babies.


  • This is such a brilliant idea!! Mum’s are such ingenius, innovative creatures!! Definitely going to give this a try with my fiercely independent 15 month old as her teeth are bothering her a lot at the moment.


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