Baby Bullet’s baby food-making system includes all the information, instruction, and tools needed to make and store a week’s worth of homemade baby food in minutes. From the Batch Bowl and Power Base to the Easy Pop Batch Tray; from the serving spatula to the Date-Dial storage cups and lids, every tool included in the complete 20-piece set is designed to simplify feeding.
Once your toddler hits the picky stage age, it’s really hard to get them the protein and fat that their brains need to grow. I love this yogurt because it has such a great peanut butter flavor, plus that sweet drizzle of honey is what any kid would love. If you are having trouble getting your toddler to eat yogurt, a little sprinkles of chocolate chips on top definitely help!
Peanut Butter Yogurt Recipe
1 cup plain greek yogurt
2 spoonfuls natural peanut butter
2 tb. honey
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
Blend all ingredients together into the Baby Bullet Blender. Puree until smooth. Serve immediately and top with desired toppings.
I love this puree, even though it is a baby food mixture :). The peaches make such a creamy texture, and the sweetness and tartness pairs perfectly together! I made a double batch so I could use it to bake bread with too!
Peach, Apple and Cinnamon Puree
4 apples, skins removed and chopped
2 peaches, chopped
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
In a sauce pan add apples, peaches, and 1/2 cup of water. Simmer until the fruit has softened. Add the fruit and cinnamon in the Magic Bullet Blender until pureed.
We make traditional pesto sauce more healthy by adding a handful of greens, like baby kale, to the mix along with leaves from our basil plant. Baby penne and macaroni are a popular pairing choice for our toddler. She loves picking the noodles up with her fingers and eating them one by one. You can adjust the recipe by adding spinach or other healthy greens.
Baby Kale and Basil PestoIngredients
1 cup basil leaves
1 cup baby kale leaves
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup parmesan cheese
1/3 cup walnuts
1 clove garlic, minced
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
Add the basil, kale and walnuts to a Baby Bullet pitcher and pulse.
Add the cheese, garlic, salt pepper and olive oil and blend until smooth.
I have been making hummus quesadillas for my girls for years and they love it. Recently I had the idea to sneak some veggies into these to give my kids added nutrition. Using the Baby Bullet Blender made it easy and was a perfect to do this!
Carrot and Hummus Quesadilla
1 carrot, chopped
1/4 cup hummus
In the Baby Bullet Blender, add your chopped carrot and hummus. Blend until combined and the carrot has shredded some. Spread a thin layer of butter on one side of both of the tortillas. Turn them over.
Spread a thin layer of the carrot hummus mixture onto the tortilla, top with cheese, and cook until both sides have toasted and the cheese has melted. Enjoy!
If you are looking for a creamy, filling, and comforting puree for your baby then this is the recipe for you! Leeks are packed full of nutrients that your growing baby needs, and the potatoes will give this puree a creamy texture that is perfect for those little gums! Don’t forget to use your Baby Bullet Steamer Basket to steam those vegetables fuss free!
Leek and Potato Puree
1 large leek slices
2 potatoes, peeled and chopped in 2 inch cubes
Add ingredients to the prepared Baby Bullet Steamer Basket and steam on level 5.
Once the vegetables are soft, add them to the Baby Bullet Blender, along with a few tb. of water and puree until smooth. Add water or vegetable broth to reach a desired consistency
My youngest daughter LOVES drinkable yogurt. She will go through so many in one day, but I hate how full of preservatives and sugar they are. I made these as a healthy alternative to those yummy drinkable yogurts all kids love!
Banana Berry Drinkable Yogurt
1 cup plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup frozen strawberries and bananas
2 tb. milk
2 tb. honey if older than 12 months, pure maple syrup if younger than a year
Blend all of your ingredients into the Baby Bullet blender until creamy.
This puree is so smooth and silky, your baby is sure to fall in love! It’s great to store in the fridge or freezer for later use because it freezes SO well. Plus, you can use your Baby Bullet Steamer Basket to reheat when ever needed!
Sweet Potato Mashed Potato Puree
2 sweet potatoes/yams cooked and skins removed
1 russet potato, cooked and skin removed
2 tb. butter
2 tb. milk of choice, can use breast milk or formula for a younger baby and leave out the butter
Add all of the ingredients to your Baby Bullet blender and blend until creamy.
When my girls were young I tried so hard to get them to eat scrambled eggs but they didn’t love them. They always geared towards the sweeter foods, don’t we all! Scrambled eggs are such a great light texture for babies, so I had the idea to cook it with a sweet banana and the end result was fabulous! So delicious that I even ate it myself!
Mashed Banana Egg Scramble
2 eggs, you can use just the yolks if you baby is under a year
1 ripe banana
In the Baby Bullet blender, add all of the ingredients and puree until smooth.
Pour into a greased skillet and cook as you would scrambled eggs.
Serve to baby/toddler once it has cooled a little.
One of our favorite activities to do on a bad weather day is bake together. This almond poppy seed muffins recipe is a favorite of ours, and each time we make a batch they are gone by the next day! My toddler loves to help scoop the batter into the muffin cups, and this teachers her good hand-eye coordination as well. Enjoy these muffins as an afternoon snack with a cup of milk, or as a quick breakfast item.
Almond Poppy Seed MuffinsIngredients
1 cup whole wheat flour
½ cup all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
¾ cup milk
¾ cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup honey
1/2 tsp almond extract
1 tbsp poppy seeds
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Add all ingredients to a Baby Bullet pitcher (wet ingredients in first) except for the poppy seeds and blend.
Stir in the poppy seeds.
Line a muffin pan with paper liners and fill ¾ with batter.
I always make too much pasta whenever I’m making dinner, but it works out for the best because I’ll reserve what’s left over and puree it with some veggies for a filling baby food dinner. You can sub what type of pasta you use, and veggies! Get creative!
Pasta Sweet Potato Puree
1 cup cooked pasta
1 1/2 cup steamed sweet potato*
*To steam your sweet potato use your Baby Bullet Steamer basket.
Add all ingredients to the Baby Bullet Blender. Add a few tb. of water to thin out to desired consistency.