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Baby Bullet Food Making System Giveaway

Starting solid foods marks an exciting milestone in your baby's growth. Do you feed your baby with store-bought or homemade food, or a combination of both? Store-bought baby food is convenient, and easier to store and carry along, while homemade baby food is fresh, customizable to your baby's liking, and a lot cheaper! My second baby started with homemade food first and he turned out to be reluctant to take any store-bought food later on. So I cook for him whenever possible. If you plan to make your own baby food, you are going to love this giveaway!

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Welcome to the Baby Bullet Food Making System Giveaway!
Hosted by: Savory Savings
LoveMy2Dogs and GottaGetMyBodyBack
Sponsored by: Baby Bullet

Did you decide not to cook your own baby food because you thought it would be too hard or take too much time? Then you should get yourself a Baby Bullet--a food puree system by the makers of Magic Bullet--but with special blades and cups just for baby food! This easy to use machine is convenient, fun and fast! Krista over at Savory Savings had a chance to review the Baby Bullet and has shared her thoughts on why she wishes she had this when her little ladies were babies and how she is using it now when they are toddlers!

Baby Bullet saves you both time and money. Just one organic sweet potato can make 10 two-ounce containers of food. At most stores, you can pick up one sweet potato for under $1.00, which means the cost per container of homemade baby food is only 10 cents!

You can also use Baby Bullet to make smoothies, yogurt pops and soup!

One lucky reader will win a Baby Bullet Food Making System valued at $60!


Giveaway ends 8/21. Open to US residents 18+ only. Please enter via the Giveaway Tools widget below. Good luck!


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Linda Kish said...

I like the idea of making veggie smoothies for kids or even yourself to get them/us to eat more veggies.

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