This MOM Review has been in my head since I received the whole system as a christmas present in 2011, when my twins were just about to start “solid” foods.
I made all of their baby food and can say that my twins have never had jarred food.
Baby Bullet System
Six small containers with date dials and lids
A freezer tray/lid for six servings
A batch bowl for larger batches/blender lid
A short cup for smaller batches and use with the milling blade/storage lid
A milling blade for rice/grains/oatmeal
A regular blade for fruits/veggies/protein
A thin spatula
I used the batch bowl for baby food exclusively because I was making food for two babies and there was no need to use the short cup for blending fruits or veggies.
Does a great job at quickly making purees!
I did however use the short cup for blending my grains. The milling blade is perfect for making rice cereal, or baby oatmeal. I still use the milling blade today, quite frequently too.
Blending oatmeal for the twins breakfast
The books included are great for ideas especially if you are a first time mom and are unsure of where to start. I read that guide every couple of days, and it was small enough to keep in a kitchen drawer just incase you need to refer back to it.
Even though my twins are beyond “baby” food I still use the bullet to make purees to fill my Little Green Pouch for a quick way to get them to eat either on the go or veggies that aren’t finger food friendly.
Final Vote: Buy if you don’t have a blender and want to make baby food. If you get one as a gift, I’d for sure keep it… you’ll use it.