Magic Bullet: A Magic Bullet For Baby Foods

Posted June 20th, 2011 in Home and Garden, Kitchen by admin

Magic Bullet

Shared By: Jill R. from Westerly, RI

Secret Tip: Don’t laugh at this infomercial product, The Magic Bullet is actually a secret must-have for moms who are making solid foods edible for their young ones. It takes up no more space than a coffee mug on your counter-top, too.

Find It Here: $43.99 from Amazon for the Magic Bullet Express 17-Piece High-Speed Blender Mixing System

Why You’ll Love It: Your baby’s transition to solid foods is a big step, but it need not be entirely store-bought. When you make it yourself, you get the benefit of knowing exactly where the ingredients come from, you know it is fresh, you can cater the meals to your child’s needs/likings, and…icing on the cake: you can save some bucks. Jill shares with us the Magic Bullet (yes, as seen on tv!) as her way of cheffing up super fast, super easy, and cost-effective meals for her little one. Tip: you can find some delicious homemade baby food recipes online for your babe, depending on their age, check out these Avocado recipes.

What Jill Has To Say: “I knew that when my son was ready for solids, I’d make his food, but I wasn’t quite sure how to do it. A veteran mom of four kids recommended the Magic Bullet, but I was hesitant – as in the Magic Bullet from infomercials? No thanks. But after trying to puree food in my blender (too large to make small amounts for baby, time-consuming to clean) and my food processor, I decided to give it a try and I instantly fell in love. The Magic Bullet is so easy, you just put the food (fruits, vegetables, even table food mixed with water) in either the large or small mixing cup, stick it on the base and puree for 10 seconds to one minute. The food comes out nice and smooth and ready for baby. To clean, just fill the cup with soapy water and shake it up. It could not be easier. You don’t even need to order the Magic Bullet from TV – it’s available for less money at stores like Target and Walmart. And the best part – when baby has moved on from pureed foods, you can toss in some tequila and make a margarita to celebrate!”


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