FreshFoods Baby Food Maker Review

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FreshFoods Baby Maker

Other than subscription boxes, I don’t review a lot of things on my blog. It has to be something I am really interested in. But when the people over at Mom’s Meet asked if I wanted to review the NUK FreshFoods Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker, I jumped at the chance. Remember when I planned on making WB his own baby food? Ha! That never happened. But I realized it wasn’t too late. I still had a chance!

FreshFoods Baby Food Maker
FreshFoods My First Recipes Book

At first I thought this was just a blender that blended your already cooked food.  WRONG!!! I guess I missed the cooked part of the name.It both cooks and blends.  How cool is that?  You can make up to 4 bowls of food at a time and can blend for a smooth texture or make it a little more on the chunkier side, for older babies.  The machine even beeps when the veggies are done cooking so there is no guess work.  It will be perfectly cooked every time!

FreshFoods Baby Food Maker
Getting ready

Because it’s a hot day here, we decided to make one of the smoothies recipes in the booklet.  We modified it a little and opted to use strawberries, blueberries and bananas.  We blended those to a smooth texture (it took maybe 30 seconds) and then added a little yogurt to thicken it up.  All totaled, I believe it took maybe a minute from start to finish.

FreshFoods Baby Food Maker

I actually couldn’t believe how fast and easy everything blended.  I had my doubts about the power of it since it was small, but I shouldn’t have worried!

FreshFoods Baby Food Maker
L approves

L opted to take his smoothie out in his swingset while I froze WB’s into a popsicle for him to enjoy later (when all the big kids get ice cream from the ice cream man I am guessing).

FreshFoods Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker
All set to freeze

I am going to go out today and picking up some of those pouches that you can use to put your homemade baby foods in.  WB will eat basically anything from a pouch because he can hold it himself and thinks that is awesome.  I am so excited about this because it’s EASY to use (even I can figure it out) and I can actually seriously start making more of WB’s foods.  Store bought pouches, while great, are expensive so this is going to save us a fortune.

What do you think of the NUK FreshFoods Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker?  Is it something you’d use to make baby food?  If you are interested in learning more, click here.  And I will report back after I make some pouch foods too!

Disclosure: The Freshfoods Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker was provided by Moms’s Meet for review purposes. No compensation was received and you all know by now that ALL opinions are my own!
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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Danielle

    I use a Beaba which is basically the same concept, then I pouch my food with the infantino fresh squeeze system. I could probably save $ using the re usable pouches but this way I can freeze in bulk. You will enjoy this machine and probably use it for way more than baby food. I’ve been known to steam frozen veg in mine in a pinch…lol. I also love Annabel Karmel and all her recipes mostly because she’s awesome, but partly too because she’s British! Haha!

  2. Nicole

    So where do you buy these re-usuable pouches at? My son loves them and would eat 5 a day if I would let him.

  3. Ashley C.

    I made all of my youngest’s food — he never tasted more than one container of Gerber food [and proceeded to spit it out and clamp his mouth shut!]. I had seen this contraption, and was really interested in it, just like the baby bullet … but could never see spending the money, since I knew he was my last baby, and it would only be used for such a short time. I just used my Ninja!

  4. Mary Q.

    This looks fabulous. Will definitely keep it in mind for future uses… and I love that you made a popsicle from it! I wouldn’t have thought of that.

  5. Debi B

    That is so neat,it would make great shower gift !

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