In addition to the baby blend blade for mashing and pureeing fruits, vegetables, and other foods, the Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System also comes with a milling blade for grinding up grains. I have previously used my other food processor to grind chia and flax seeds. For my squash and banana baby food, I decided to grind up some chia seeds in my new Baby Bullet. The milling blade worked perfectly to grind up the chia seeds.
Using the Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System to make homemade baby food is incredibly easy. Although I have spent over a year and a half making my own baby food, the Baby Bullet cookbook offers a couple dozen recipe ideas for helping parents just starting off with making baby food. I particularly like the toddler recipes for foods such as stealth scrambled eggs and mac and cheese, both of which incorporate vegetables.
I am very pleased with the grinding and blending action of my new Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System. The milling blade grinds grains and seeds up finely, which makes creating wholesome cereals and adding healthy fiber to baby food super easy! The baby blend blade makes baby food as thin as purees to as thick as mashes. I will definitely be using my Baby Bullet to make homemade baby food for my daughter and any other future children.
The Baby Bullet Complete Baby Care System offers a number of storage solutions. You can simply blend up your baby food in the short cup and then use the stay-fresh resealable lid to keep the baby food covered in the refrigerator. You can also transfer the baby food into the six date-dial storage cups with lids using the Baby Bullet spatula. For larger batches of baby food, you can freeze the purees and blends in the batch tray with lid. The frozen baby food pops out of the silicone tray and fits perfectly inside the storage cups.