Homemade Baby Food! #30daysofpositivechange

I didn’t take yesterday off, went walking around briefly and was mainly focused on getting all my school information/paperwork in order and getting registered for classes, so there really wasn’t anything new to talk about, but I was still on my path of positivity! Last night, since Cash has been waking up more frequently for food in the middle of the night, I decided to make some wholesome baby food for him, so he’d have a really full belly before bed that way we’d all get more rest! Thankfully I was gifted The Magic Baby Bullet at my baby shower, which definitely makes it a little simpler to make baby food for littles, however if you don’t have one, a food processor works just as good!

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With the Baby Bullet instructions are pretty self-explanatory, the honest to goodness BEST part of the baby bullet, is the cookbook and food storage that comes with it! The book is so full of helpful knowledge like how long the food will be good for, how to freeze it, what babies can/can’t have their first year, etc… and the food storage is PERFECTION! You can actually turn a dial and expose the date the food was made on so you know when you need to toss it, AND it comes with an easy freeze-and-pop-out tray so you can actually make your food last for 2 weeks instead of just 1!!

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mark the date!

The containers fill up with the perfect amount of food for baby, one container will last about 2-3 feedings, depending on how into eating solids your little one is. I blended 1 sweet potato which filled up 2 containers, and 2 bananas filled up 4 containers and 3 freezable storage slots. So it really makes your food last! The how to is super simple too! Use steamed veggies or cut up/clean fruit, simply drop in, put lid on, and press down to blend to perfect consistency!

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Fill up your containers, and as I mentioned before, you can fill up the freezable storage which will freeze for a week while your fridge food gets enjoyed, then pop them out, put them into clean storage containers, and your fresh food cycle has started, now you’ll only have to make 1 batch a week!

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Cash really loves eating his baby food! Gosh, he’s really growing up too fast!!

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Sweet Peas and Sweet Potatoes!

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About britaknee

I'm Brittany, I love my bbz (James & Cash) clothes, glitter, mud, glitter, PBR, making stuff, and freedom.
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5 Responses to Homemade Baby Food! #30daysofpositivechange

  1. Valerie says:

    Such a cute design and great invention! Glad you enjoy it. 😀
    P.S. Found you through the Mommy Bloggers Share FB group.

    • britaknee says:

      thanks for reading Valerie!!! It’s a great invention for sure! 2 bananas makes 5 jars, cost of 2 bananas is about 80 cents where as 5 jars of processed baby food would be a little over $5!! Great savings!

  2. Samantha says:

    I have got to try the Baby Bullet. I’ve heard great things about it. Your little one is adorable! I found your blog via FB Tampa Fashion Bloggers group.

  3. Samantha says:

    I have got to try the Baby Bullet. I’ve heard great things about it. Your little one is adorable. I found your blog via the FB Tampa Fashion Bloggers group.

    • britaknee says:

      it’s great, but honestly you could do the same with a food processor or blender and save $75, the best part of the Baby Bullet is the storage kit! Thanks for reading!

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