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August 11, 2013

GIVEAWAY: Cuisinart's Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer

Introducing Cuisinart's Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer

A fast and easy way for parents to turn the foods they choose into healthy meals for baby, the unit steams and purees in the same bowl. A 4-cup work bowl means lots of leftovers, which can go right into the refrigerator or freezer. A built-in bottle warmer heats baby's bottle to just the right temperature. Includes Cuisinart Baby recipes.
Steam, chop/pureƩ and bottle warmer functions
  • 4 cup work bowl
  • Patent-pending Bladelock System holds the blade in place while pouring
  • Steam blade creates even steam distribution for quicker, more efficient results
  • Bowl seal to prevent spitting and improve steaming
  • User-friendly dial control with LED indicator light
  • Powerful motor for quick steaming and precise chopping
  • Recipe booklet, spatula, bottle adapter ring and integrated measuring cup included
  • 18-month limited warranty

My Thoughts:
I've had a chance to try a few different baby food makers/processors and this one is my favorite so far. I've tried the Baby Brezza which didn't make much at a time so I felt it was too time consuming. I've also tried the Baby Bullet which doesn't cook the food, only puree's it, and I've also tried mini food processors which get the job done but also don't cook the food. All in All, this one is the best I've used yet.


I decided to make my son some Zucchini. He's mostly eating home made baby food, so we can try new things in either large or small quantities. Since Zucchini is something we ususally have on hand, I chopped up a large zucchini into half inch pieces, put in the cuisinart, added water to steam and turned it onto steam mode. The light goes on while it's steaming and turns off when finished. Then you open the lid to let out excess steam, and flip it over into chop mode until it's well pureed. The steaming didn't take very long, and neither did the chopping.  This product also doubles as a bottle warmer which is such a space saver if you warm your bottles.


They also sell containers to freeze/refrigerate your baby food in, but I found them to be very challenging to fill dueto the circular shape of the containers. They are a "C" shape and when I was pouring babyfood into it, I found it hard to keep the puree within the container walls. Perhaps it's just me, but I prefer using ice cube trays or round containers for this purpose.

Check out their full line of baby products here: https://www.cuisinart.com/baby/featuredproducts.html





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