This mini version of the Magic Bullet purees fruits and veggies in a flash.

By peoplestaff225
Updated April 07, 2011 04:00 PM
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If you’ve seen the infomercials for the Magic Bullet blender and watched in awe as it purees large amounts of fruits and veggies in a matter of seconds, you’ll be equally amazed with the company’s mini version — Baby Bullet.

Designed for the littlest tastebuds, it promises to make and store organic baby food “up to ten times faster, cheaper and healthier than any store-bought baby food in a jar.”

After testing it out, we were impressed by the processor’s speed and how easily it makes the task of preparing fresh baby food. All you need is 10 minutes to serve up veggies or fruits for your little one. And since it comes with more than a dozen pieces, including sealable cups for the fridge or freezer, you can make as much as you’d like at once.

The handy instruction manual is really helpful for first time moms embarking into the wonderful world of solids. Not only does it tell you how long to steam things, but it lets you know how long foods keep in the fridge.

And with a retail price of $80, it’s definitely one of the cheapest baby food makers out there. Plus, with a 30-day, risk-free money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose if you’re not satisfied.

We all know that making your own baby food is a great way to save money and ensure that your child is getting natural, preservative-free food — and the super-fast, super-convenient Baby Bullet makes it easier to commit to that philosophy.

Amy Jamieson