Twistshake Bottles, a Unique Twist on Feeding + a GIVEAWAY! Ends 11/8

review disclosure

When I first saw Twistshake bottles, I knew they were something I needed to tell people about. Due to some big breastfeeding mistake early on (I’ll elaborate on that one later this month!), I formula-fed my oldest and also a little bit with my second. We used powdered formula, mostly due to the price. When we would go out, sometimes I’d bring a little bag or locate a plastic container that didn’t quite fit well with everything, to bring just enough formula that we would need while we were gone. It was really quite a pain. My favorite thing about Twistshake bottles is the small storage container that comes with it and easily stores inside the bottle, perfect for storing your powdered formula! It’s compact and it stores in an even more space-saving way. I found the whole concept extremely useful and different.



  • Comes in six colors and three sizes
  • Twistflow prevents baby colic and helps natural flow
  • DailyPrep is easier with a powder container making refill completely spill-free
  • Anti-colic nipple
  • BPA-free
  • EasyClean with wide neck, dishwasher safe



Twistshake bottles come in a multitude of vibrant colors that I really love. My favorite are actually the peach and blue. Twistshake also carries a variety of bottle sizes so that you can get what best suits your baby. 180 mL/6 oz would be for a new baby, whereas 330 mL/just under 12 oz would be appropriate for a 4+ month old. They are BPA-free with a silicone nipple and come with the powder box for easy formula carrying, as well as a mixer net to break up clumps of powder that might be sticking together. I remember with my oldest, there were many occasions where the water hadn’t been quite warm enough and the clumps would clog our bottles!


Twistshake isn’t just for formula, of course, I just love the useful design of it! You can use it for any cool or warm liquids that you’re giving to Baby, like breastmilk or juice for your older babies. The “powder box” also serves as a great on-the-go container for your snacks! Head out on a picnic and bring some fruit and cold water! I love the concept of Twistshake bottles and I’ll totally be recommending them to all moms!



You can purchase Twistshake bottles in various sizes and colors here at


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One (1) winner will receive a Twistshake bottle in the size and color of their choice.
Open worldwide. Ends 11/8.

*The Crunchy Mom Next Door received the above item(s) in exchange for her honest review. All opinions and experiences are her own only. Open worldwide. Must be 18+. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Giveaway ends November 8, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). One entrant per household/IP address. Winner(s) will be chosen at random by Giveaway Tools. Winner will be notified via e-mail and must reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be shipped from sponsor unless otherwise noted. The Crunchy Mom Next Door is not responsible for prizes lost or damaged in transit. This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.

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43 thoughts on “Twistshake Bottles, a Unique Twist on Feeding + a GIVEAWAY! Ends 11/8

  1. normally i would be all over blue but i have to say i’m in lvoe with the purple one! THanks for ths amazing giveaway!

  2. These look awesome! I love that they can come in different colors and are able to be repurposed after baby is done with bottles.

  3. These would be great! I work two nights a week so I pump when I get home and then clean everything up takes another half hour or so. These would be great to pump, store, and have little to wash.

  4. This is great! I nursed my first two kids for 9 months each and still got crap for not going longer. My third baby came along and I could not, for the life of me, breast feed. It hurt, my nipples bled, she cried, I swore. It was not a good experience. I had literally spent a year and a half of my life nursing babies, but for whatever reason it wouldn’t click with the last one. Until you’ve walked a mile, myob.

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