Whip Up Fast, Fresh Meals With Baby Food Maker

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Baby Food maker

Tantalize your tot's tastebuds. Credit: Giggle


Ooh la la! Straight from France, the Beaba Babycook baby food maker makes it easy for any mama or papa to whip up fresh, healthy gourmet cuisine for their little bébé.

Babycook is a steamer, blender, warmer and defroster in one compact appliance -- so you can quickly steam veggies, fruits, meats and fish in 15 minutes or less, while preserving vitamins and flavors.

After steaming, Babycook can puree and blend food to a consistency that's just right for your little one -- whether it's super smooth, chunky or anywhere in between. The Babycook also defrosts or reheats meals, so you can prepare and store meals several days in advance.

Available at Giggle for $149.

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