Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Baby Bullet Giveaway {Make Your Own Baby Food}



We have teamed up with some great bloggers to bring you this awesome giveaway to help save money and make healthier food for your baby. It's great for eating at home or for filling those reusable pouches! 

Giveaway Hosted by: Elitemama and Sponsored by: Capital Brands

The Baby Bullet Care System has revolutionized the way you'll feed your baby for the first 3 years of life. Jarred baby food is a big expense compared to homemade food and jarred food contains unhealthy sugars, fillers and also preservatives. Even those jarred foods that are labeled organic! With the Baby Bullet, you can make and store an entire weeks worth of food that is healthy for the little ones in under 5 minutes. 
The all-new Baby Blend Blade is specially designed to blend fruits, vegetables and a combination of meals from baby's first "stage one" purees to stage 3 toddler meals.  

Here's how the Baby Bullet works:



What the Baby Bullet set comes with:
1. One Short Cup - Makes small servings
2. One Baby Blend Blade + One Milling Blade - Blend perfect food textures
3. Six Date-Dial Storage cups + Tip Proof Tray - Cups are refrigerator and freezer friendly
4. Easy Pop Batch Tray - Pop-out one or many servings at a time
5. Spatula - The soft tip spatula is used for easy scooping
6. One Stay Fresh Re-Sealable Lid - Keeps your baby food fresh for travel and storage
7.. The Baby Bullet User Manual and Cookbook

Giveaway

One lucky reader will win a Baby Bullet set. Open to the US and Canada. You must be 18+ or older to enter. Giveaway begins 6/19 and ends 6/28. Enter the rafflecopter form to win. Good luck!


Disclosure: Eco-Babyz is not responsible for the shipment of the prize. If you have any questions the giveaway, please send an email to elitemama89@gmail.com.  

29 comments:

  1. Sweet potato foods. :) We grow our own.

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  2. fresh fruit and veggie purees from our garden

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  3. what couldn't you make lol. would love to make some fruit puree blends as a starter..

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  4. I would make all kinds of different foods. I would try mixing fruits and cereals. and meats with vegetables.

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  5. All kinds of foods.. mashed potato, carrots, etc

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  6. I will make mostly veggies - carrots, beans, squash and many many more!

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  7. I would make ALL of my sons baby food-starting soon! And fruit purees for my daughters oatmeal (healthy way to flavor it) and also mini Popsicle for her also.

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  8. I would make sweet potatoes first, but also try some fruit and yogurt smoothies!

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  9. We have fresh peaches, plums, and pears on our trees that will be ready to pick soon. I would love to make baby food out of them to freeze for when she's old enough to eat it! That is, if she ever decides to make her appearance...due tomorrow with baby #1!

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  10. we do babyled weaning, but I'd use this to puree fruits to add to our yogurt :)

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  11. chicken apples and spinach. well, all sorts of purees for my son!

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  12. Fresh fruits and vegetables....apples...bananas...greens etc. Molly Bussler

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  13. My baby loves fruit so definitely banana s and strawberrys.

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  14. I would like to combine baby foods like carrots and apples, pears and peas.

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  15. Everything! :) I want to start with bananas, avacado, apples, carrots, peas, ect.

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  16. I would like to try making baby food using veggies from my garden.

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  17. I am looking forward to making all kinds of baby foods four our son when he gets old enough. My daughter always loved banana/banana mixes so I think I will be making a lot of those types.

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  18. I am planning on making peas, sweet potatoes, bananas, apples, and a lot of others! I use the Super Baby Foods book.

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  19. Fruit and veggies mostly...maybe some combo dinner foods too.

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  20. Fruits and veggies from our garden.

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  21. My daughter is a big squash fan so that would be one of the baby foods that I'd make using the baby bullet :)

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  22. I'd use it for all sorts of single vegetables and fruits at first; the combination possibilities for when the child is older are endless!

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  23. i'd make all kinds. but would probably focus on veggies.

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  24. I like to make smashed bananas and pears

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  25. Everything! I'd love to make pureed meats and combos, especially!

    huntermb3 at gmail dot com

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  26. I would start with bananas then sweet potatoes and other yummy veggies!

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