3 Must-have products to make your own baby food

By Amanda Bloye on May 29, 2012
For busy parents, making homemade baby food seems like a daunting task. It can be messy, complicated and time consuming. We’ve rounded up a few new products to take the mess – and stress! – out of your little one’s next meal.


Baby Bullet

Key features: This safe, non-toxic and BPA-free countertop magician was specifically designed for new moms, on-the-go Moms and even Dads, too!

Why you’ll love it: Parents can prepare, blend and store an entire week’s worth of organic baby food in less than five minutes!

Price:  $59.99, includes two batch trays, six date-dial storage cups, a storage tray, and other accessories.

Available at: Canadian Tire, Costco, London Drugs, Bed Bath & Beyond, HBC, Showcase Warehouse, Toys R Us and Walmart. Visit babybullet.com for more info

T-Fal Baby Home 2-in-1 Blender/Steamer

Key features: The graduated blending bowl stays cool to the touch to eliminate the risk of burns. The double locking system ensures it only works when the lid is in place.

Why you’ll love it: The combination blender and steamer features four settings: steam, heat, defrost and purée, that make it possible to maintain the nutrients without sacrificing flavour.

Price: $129.99, includes three resealable food storage containers.

Available at: Sears stores across Canada. Visit t-falbaby.ca for more info.

NUK Fresh Foods Processor

Key features: Two texture settings, a divided steam basket, and a bonus smoothie blade that the whole family can use and enjoy.

Why you’ll love it: With the largest bowl in the market, this processor can make up to four meals at a time leaving you with less prep time throughout the week.

Price: $115

Available at: Major Canadian retailers including Walmart and Babies R Us. Visit NUK-freshfoods.com for more info.


Originally published in ParentsCanada, May/June 2012

Photograph by: istockphoto.com/Ryan Putnam


By Amanda Bloye| May 29, 2012

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