Baby Bullet Owners?

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Starryblue702's picture
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Baby Bullet Owners?

I was just wondering if any of you have purchased one of these? If so, what do you think of it? I have really been thinking about it with this baby, as I hate buying store bought jars of food and wasting all that money...

eFab's picture
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Hi Krystal! I just happened to pop on this board tonight and see your post, so I dunno if you've already made up your mind about this or not, but I thought I'd give my two cents anyway. Smile

The only thing I wonder about the Baby Bullet is whether you have to have all your food cooked first or if there's a way to steam it. I have the Magic Bullet (the grown-up one, LOL) and I love it! But I also have a slightly different machine for making baby food that I also love. (There are lots of machines like mine out there, but mine's by Kalorik.) It steams the food first, then blends/chops it into puree. I didn't see that option with the Bullet, and I wonder if you always have to use pre-cooked food. Just something to think about - GL with your new little one!

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Thanks for posting back Elise! I still haven't decided yet, and I probably won't until baby gets here. The problem is that DD NEVER liked jar food, any kind, so she pretty much moved from milk to solids... so I guess I'll wait and see if this LO is just like his big sister!

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Late chiming in.. but I just recieved a baby bullet set as a gift for my 12 week old when she's ready for solids. That's why I ventured over to this board. Wink

I have one person that I know who LOVES hers.

Yes, you do have to pre-steam or cook the food, but there is a baby bullet steamer now that comes with it. It also comes with a milling blade so you can make your own grains as well (rice cereal or oats). I'm excited to get to use it, though the steamer is smaller than I thought it would be by looking at the TV ads. It also comes with freezer trays and the baby food holders with the date on the lid thingie so you can easily know when it's time to throw out the food.

Just wanted to answer the questions about pre-cooking. :mrgreen:

Utahgirl's picture
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I was thinking about getting one too the new one with the steamer.

2Denise1010's picture
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I bought the baby bullet and it seems to work good so far. I steam some of the foods (like apples and pears), but I also have used it for raw fruit (canelope and banans). DP seems to like it.

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I was also given the baby bullet and have been using it to freeze some baby food for the future. I do really like it and it works well. I wonder if it is any more effective than any other food processor though. I also wonder if a regular food processor would hold more at one time.

I have cooked some acorn squash, butternut squash, and yams and used the bullet to puree them. It has worked well.