08-08-2011, 11:33 AM
Does anyone have one of these (http://www.babybullet.com/)? I was going to get my daughter-in-law a baby food mill, but then I saw the Baby Bullet on tv. I like it, but am thinking that maybe all of that jazz is unnecessary and sort of gimmicky. What do you gals think? [heart]
08-08-2011, 12:10 PM
I saw that too it looks very neat, I thought about getting one next time I will need baby food again, but was the same as you would love more insight on someone that owns one or knows someone that does, the pros and cons of it, because it does look neat and easy
08-08-2011, 06:40 PM
I saw the baby bullet on tv also and that it was neat. I know the regular magic bullet can be used to make baby food as well. Not sure what the difference with the baby bullet is tho.
11-12-2011, 05:58 PM
I know people who had the magic bullet and loved it for baby food along with whatever else they used it for. I just used the food mill. it fit my needs since I mostly had store bought baby food provided for me. but the times when I could take our family spaghetti and grind it up, it was wonderful!
11-12-2011, 10:00 PM
I've had Moms tell me that they wish they would have just gotten the Magic Bullet... but I'm sure it depends on the person:) I have a baby food mill and love it! I used it a lot with Ashlyn:)
11-12-2011, 11:18 PM
i had a baby food mill and i never used it, just seemed easier to mash stuff up with a fork in my opinion. i breastfed too though so i wasn't terribly concerned about them getting 'enough' food. i did use my blender a bit. I probably would have liked a bullet. actually i want one to make protein shakes. cleaning my blender is a bit of a pain!
11-14-2011, 11:02 AM
my hubby just bought me a baby bullet.. it was on sale.. haven't used it yet, little guy is way to young to start on food just yet..we have a magic bullet and we use it all of the time o make smoothies and such..
05-16-2012, 09:52 PM
I hope that I'm not bringing up old post too late but thought I'd reply to this post because I own a baby bullet. Our son Blake would NOT eat any baby food. I tried everything. I owned a mini food processor which worked just fine for my other 2 older children when they were babies. The blade on the mini processor would not get the food to a stage 1 puree. So after a few months of my baby going on his "hunger strike" I broke down and bought a baby bullet.
We love it. It's faster to make then the mini processor. I love all the cute jars it comes with. I love that you can put the date on it so you know when you made it. I use to forget to always write the date on the jars. The frezzer trays are great as well. The food releases well from them. When I did ice cube tray I personally found them harder to use.
So I say thumbs up to the baby bullet. And I'm not one to normally buy into the whole media thing but this is a true winner in my book.
05-31-2012, 03:53 PM
I didn't do too many purees either. With my second, I pretty much just started with foods she could feed herself. IME, the pureed food stage is so short, that I would try to get by with just your blender, or buy something that you will be able to use past that stage (such as the regular magic bullet). Good luck!