Baby Bullet Review
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Baby Bullet Blender makes it easy to produce affordable and fresh baby food right at your house. The 200-watt motor of the baby blender is this enough power? Is the consistency of the results comparable to those from shelf-jars?
This review will help you find out…
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If you are looking to blend soft ingredients like bananas, apples, and grapes, the Baby Bullet Blender is perfect. It will also puree vegetables if you plan on steaming tough ingredients such as carrot and sweet potato first.
Not steaming these items first will require you to use the blender for longer, causing the unit to possibly overheat or leave lumps in the food, as the motor is not very powerful. If this happens, you might be better to get a stronger blender.
Over 60% of the 600+ reviews on Amazon give the blender a 4-star rating and up – not too bad. You can still test the blender for 30 days through Amazon and then return it to Amazon if the product does not satisfy your needs. Square Trade offers an option to prolong the one year warranty.
Even though it has some great features, we can’t recommend it. The Nutri. Bullet Baby consistently created smooth purees in our tests without the hassle of multiple parts. A blender allows you to do all of the work, including cleaning up and decaling. You can also get two different sizes for your blender, plus storage cups and an extra tray to make baby food preparation easier. Unknown black substance was found under the extractor knife, which we were unable to identify. This black substance concerns us and leaves us wondering if it might be able to get into the baby food. Nutri. Bullet claimed that “the black residue does not mix with the pureed meal” but one Amazon reviewer disputes this claim and said they witnessed it (with a photograph). The results of our observations are not what we expected. We don’t recommend this product to friends or family.
Review: Baby Bullet
Before my daughter was six months old she started eating solid foods, I had already prepared baby food from scratch. A small food processor was all I needed to make homemade baby food. Two years ago, my daughter is now two and I still make some food for her. For any children in the future, I plan to make my own baby food. Therefore, I took the Baby Bullet’s offer to review it.
Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System. Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System also includes a machine base, power base, baby blender blade, batchbowl with spatula, batchbowl with short cut, batch bowl, spatula with stay-fresh lid, tray with lid and six date-dial storage glasses with lids. The retail value of the Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System is $59.97.
My first Baby Bullet package arrived in a beautiful box. I was immediately impressed by the quality and completeness of it. Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System has all I need for making nutritious, tasty homemade baby food. Each piece of the system is solid. It is especially nice that all the parts of the blade are made from one piece. Both my small blender and food processor have rubber gaskets which form tight seals. Both of them are hard to clean. The blade pieces of the Baby Bullet are a single part, making use and clean-up easier. Every other part of the Baby Bullet has the same high-quality quality.
Using the Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System to make homemade baby food is incredibly easy. Although I have spent over a year and a half making my own baby food, the Baby Bullet cookbook offers a couple dozen recipe ideas for helping parents just starting off with making baby food. Particularly, I like toddler recipes such as the stealth scrambled and mac and cheesy eggs. Both of these include vegetables.
Baby Bullet for the first time, I tried making butternut squash baby food. Half of the squash-banana mixture was also made with chia seeds. After I’d prepared my vegetables, I added the cooked pieces to the Baby Bullet. I first used the baby blend blade in the batchbowl. This batchbowl is similar to a small blender, and can make larger batches of homemade baby foods. Just screw the blade on, add the food to the batchbowl and cover with the lid. The power base will then be used to blend the squash and banana baby foods.
Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System comes equipped with the Baby Blend Blade for pureeing and mashing fruits, vegetables, etc., as well as a Milling Blade for grinding grains. To grind flax and chia seed, I used my previous food processor. I needed to make some baby food squash and bananas so I made a batch of chia seeds using my Baby Bullet. To grind the chia seeds, I used my milling blade.
I had been using the bulkbowl for quite a while so I was tempted to give the cup a try. The short cup works best for making smaller batches of baby food. To the cup, I added cooked squash and banana, ground almonds, and almond milk. Once the blade base was on, I placed everything on the powerbase. Next, I pushed the ingredients down into a smooth mixture that I could make for my little girl.
Baby Brezza Vs Baby Bullet
The Baby Brezza is another steam/blender combo unit that is priced less than the Beaba Babycook but more than the Baby Bullet.
Many people have mixed feelings about the Brezza. There were complaints about steamer results, performance and parts durability. The Baby Bullet’s proven blender design, however, is far more reliable.
Given the poor quality of performance and price, I can’t justify the Baby Brezza. Babycook will provide you with an all in one steamer/blender. If steaming food separately is not your preference, then the Baby Bullet may be a better choice.
Bullet vs Baby Nuk
Nuk sells in big retailers, and the price is lower than that of Baby Bullet. Baby Bullet can only use 200 watts. Baby Nuk blends 250 watts. Also, it comes with various baby food storage containers.
These are my reasons to avoid the Baby Nuk. Many people have complained about the Nuk’s parts breaking or poor results. While the Baby Bullet uses the Magic Bullet design, which is well-received and has been sold in millions worldwide, it’s based on the Baby Bullet.
Also, Baby Bullet’s manual is much more comprehensive for someone new to making baby food. Nuk’s price is attractive, but a cheaper blender with better performance and lasting power would work better.
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Cancel Reply Hi great reviews and comparisons. You may be able to tell the difference between the regular Nutri and Nutri Plus. The baby Nutri will be compatible with bullet jugs What is Bullet?
I dropped and chipped the batch bowl of my baby Nutri. Bullet can’t find spares, but I think it is easier to purchase replacement parts for my Nutri. Bullet
I am grateful to Baby Bullet for making my life easier! Thanks!
It’s possible that all negative reviews were written by one person. However, the baby bullet is the absolute best product I have ever purchased. My baby would not eat anything but the original flavor, so she stopped eating it. She is beginning to become less interested in solid foods and has started to disinterested from flavoured oatmeal. Baby Bullet was able blend the apples and make super-fine puree so she could eat it all. Easy to clean the blender makes it a great tool. Also, I like the small baby bullet containers. These are ideal for small portions of puree that you can store so there is no waste if baby finishes the entire amount.
One-year warranty. Purchased Dec 2018. $160.00
Baby Bullet Review: Magic Baby Bullet Baby Caring System
Baby Bullet Blender is a member of the same powerful blender family that gave birth to the Magic Bullet. The company is known for making different versions of their original blender with Baby Bullet set to take on all the challenges of preparing home-made, fresh meals for your baby.
For parents whose baby is ready to step up to solid foods, the big question that comes up is whether to make their own baby food or opt for store-bought varieties. Although home-prepared foods give you full control of what your baby eats without worrying about added sugars and preservatives it can also be time-consuming.
As you will see in our Baby Bullet review, it is possible to cut down on the time required for making homemade baby food. You can store and freeze baby food in the blender’s six storage containers.
Baby Bullet Review: Overview
Baby Bullet makes baby food easy by making it simple to make and store. You can make a range of baby food with it. Baby Bullet has the ability to handle everything, from delicately pureed and soft foods in their first stages, through chunkier spaghetti sauces, meatballs, and other meaty ingredients.
You will need to prepare your vegetables, fruits, and meats ahead of time and let them cool before you put them in the Baby Bullet.
Baby Bullet’s design and operation. One thing you might notice about Baby Bullet is the wide mouth on the blender bowl. This clever design detail makes it simple to spoon your pre-cut meals from another container in the bullet. It is virtually impossible to spill or make messes.
Operating Baby Bullet is also a one-step procedure. Simply secure the lid in place and screw the blender bowl into the power base. This appliance has no complicated settings and buttons. Press down on the blender bowl in order to turn on the motor. Then, twist the blade outward to stop the engine.
The blending operation lets you get the consistency you desire whether it’s a fine puree or a chunkier blend. Baby Bullet uses dual blades to handle different kinds of food. There is also a grain blade which helps you create smooth cereals, without leaving any bits of pasta or grain behind.
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