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My brother and SIL used a simple immersion blender and loved it! We will likely get the Beaba. We have the regular magic bullet and its great, though, so if the baby one is similar, it's good quality for sure.
I have been doing a lot of research on baby food makers. The baby bullet is great and a co-worker has it and loves it. One of the negatives I saw was that its a baby version so it will be harder to make a larger quantity to store and freeze. Other than that, its a great baby food maker.
I want to be able to make a larger quantity and store, so I think I will just use my food processor or I will get the beaba.
My friend gave me hers and said she loved it. Otherwise I prob would have just used our regular mill, a food processor or handblender. Other friends gave us a travel hand mill -- BabySteps Deluxe Food Mill with Travel Tote -- which I was going to return, but figured would be handy for short trips or camping. The friends who gave it said they used it a lot.
I already have a blender and a Magic Bullet so I don't see the need to buy a baby bullet. The one thing I will say is the Baby Bullet has a great website/blog with a lot of puree ideas so that might be worth looking into!
I used my mini food processor to make baby food for my first daughter. I'll use that again, my only complaint was that it wasnt big enough to make big batches all at once.
If I invest in anything this time around, it would be a bigger food processor. In the grand scheme, you only make baby food for such a short span of time that I'd rather spend money on something I can get more use out of, KWIM?
Ok, I know of few of you on here told me that the baby bullet was not really worth it that I could make baby food with a blender or food processer BUT I caved and got it and I am so excited to use it! I got a great deal too! It was $60 at BRU, I had a 20% off coupon and if I bought the baby bullet that day they gave me a $10 BRU gift card for next time. The bullet also comes with some really useful recipes, feeding guides and info on what you need to buy and such......can't wait!
Wife to Glenn
Sophia (9 months)