I have seen one of these and it looks intriguing.
Has anyone used this?
Is it worth the money?
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02-12-2011 19:19 #1
Phillips Avent Baby Food Maker
22-12-2011 18:00 #2Senior Member
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Friends have this and it's basically a mini blender. I just use my food processor, but you can get small, cheap blenders from K Mart.
22-12-2011 18:09 #3
is it the one that flips upside down. you steam on one end and then blend on the other. Its like $200-$250ish?
if so, yep its great!! it doens't actually do anything a pot and blender won't do - but its very easy to use and clean.
My sister hated cooking for her baby - she was always in a rush and would feed him avacados/bananas/crackers as snacks and sometimes meals. Once she got this - she cooked for him all the time. It does the perfect amount for a few meals. she wouldn't peel anything, just chop up some vegies and occasionally meat. Even pasta/rice. Cook it all up in 10min and wiz it up.
She says it was worth every cent!
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