DIY baby food makers

DIY baby food makers

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  • Beaba Babycook

    Popular in Europe for years, this baby food maker was an immediate hit with American moms and dads of the foodie persuasion. And for good reason: The Beaba is an all-in-one appliance that allows you to steam, blend, warm, and defrost in one compact and attractive unit. The result is healthy homemade baby food without a lot of muss and fuss.

    What to watch out for: The Beaba makes small batches of food, and some parents say it's difficult to clean.

    How much: $100

  • Baby Chef Ultimate Baby Food Center

    This new option has plenty of bells and whistles. It does all the steaming, chopping, blending, and warming, and also warms baby bottles. The two side-by-side compartments allow you to steam and blend simultaneously (saving time in the process). Other nice features include a drawer for storing utensils. And like all of the baby food makers in this slideshow, it's has no BPA.

    What to watch out for: Parents say the blender can't handle thick foods well and that the bottle-warming feature is pretty much a throwaway.

    How much: $75

  • Baby Brezza

    After cooking your baby's meal, the Baby Brezza (pronounced "bret-za") automatically blends it, meaning one less step for you to worry about. Just place the food in, add water, check the book for the correct cooking time, and wait for the nifty little machine to finish. Since all the steaming and blending happens in one canister, the Brezza is easier to clean than units with multiple compartments and many moving parts.

    What to watch out for: Several parents report the blender failing – immediately or after just a few uses. Luckily, they say, Baby Brezza's customer service is responsive.

    How much: $100

  • Baby Bullet

    Essentially a specialized blender, the Baby Bullet ("As seen on TV!") gets high marks from some parents. It features two different blades – a milling blade for creating rice cereal and baby oatmeal from whole grains, and an unfortunately named "baby blend blade" for making purees and blending. The Bullet comes with containers for food storage, which saves you money.

    What to watch out for: Because it has so many moving parts, cleaning the Baby Bullet can be laborious. It does not steam food, so you'll need to do this separately (on the stove or in the microwave). Also, parents complain about parts breaking and rude customer service.

    How much: $60

  • KidCo Baby Steps Electric Food Mill

    Parents who like to keep things as simple (and as moderately priced) as possible love this food mill for its convenience and ease of use. Just toss in cooked veggies, meats, or fruits, and the mill will puree it to baby food consistency. The KidCo mill is small and easy to travel with, so you can make healthy food for your baby wherever you are – like at a restaurant or relative's house. This mill has only three parts, so it's easy to take apart and clean.

    What to watch out for: This isn't an all-in-one baby food maker – you'll use it to puree food that's already cooked. Also, the KidCo makes a small amount of food at a time. It's handy for pureeing a meal when you're on the go, but it's not the tool you'll want to use to make a week's worth of baby food.­

    How much: $27

  • Watch the video: Baby Brezza Baby Food Maker Review (November 2022).

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