With Mia hitting the 6 month mark, it is important that we start to think what to feed her and when we will start. We have begun to feed her here and there, and have no real plans to quit breastfeeding anytime soon. But we want to add in foods to help her develop an expanded feel for tastes, like her eat-anything-sister Brooklin. Helped Brooklin become a good eater wanting to try anything and everything!
We are all about eating organic and whole foods. Especially for our children, we really try to focus on what they actually put in their bodies. Same goes for Mia. While it’s easy to buy a jar of something or a bottle of something else, it is also nice to find the foods that are truly 100% natural. Mia loves to eat bananas and suck on oranges, but it is nice to begin to also introduce other healthy foods.
With the Nuk Freshfoods Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker we can make up whatever foods we want. So taking some fruits and/or vegetables and put them into this simple machine. Its as easy as taking some foods and putting them into the steam basket then filling the machine with water and hitting the “steam” button. After the machine beeps indicating it is finished steaming and fast cooking, take those steamed foods and put them into the food processor section to cut and mash those steamed goodies up!
There are 2 settings for size and texture of food. From a smooth texture to a chunky texture, this machine will last for years to come. Whether it is making food for our 6 month old or making her foods when she is 2-3 years old, this baby food maker will keep fresh healthy foods on hand and super easy.
The bowl makes more than 3 cups and is BPA free and dishwasher safe.
Thomas Murphy says
this would be perfect for my son! I’ve never seen anything like this!
this is so cool! I would get this for my sister-in-law who just had a baby
shelly peterson says
I never made food for my kids but my daughter and I have discussed trying it out for my grandson and this food maker is awesome! It’s neat how it has the two diifferent parts to steam and then mash and puree the food.
Christine Wooldridge says
such an easy way to make baby food