Mommy Katie: #Giveaway #RC Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer Homemade Goodness for Baby!! CLOSED!

Monday, January 28, 2013

#Giveaway #RC Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer Homemade Goodness for Baby!! CLOSED!

Can you believe it? Wyatt is already 5 months old, and it seems that everyday we are hitting new milestones with him. We have teeth, yes, teeth! We are sitting up, by ourselves for a few minutes at a time, and we are now eating foods! It is amazing on how fast things go with a baby, but with each new milestone that we reach, there are things that I want to do for my Wyatt to ensure that he gets the best out of everything. I know that when my husband and I make our baby food at home, we know exactly what goes into it. Recently I was sent the Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer to use to make Wyatt's baby food and review. I have tried some baby food makers in the past and I love that the Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer is different than the others.
With this baby food maker, I can do all of the cooking without having to take separate steps in order to get the food made. The only steps I need to take ahead of time is if I am going to make fruits or vegetables in the food maker, I just need to wash them and cut out any seeds. Other than that, that is all the prep work I need to do. The rest is all done, from the chopping to the puree to the steaming. I love that once the food is ready to be steamed, the bowl is secured enough to where it does not spit any of the food out when it is steaming or when it is chopping and pureeing. I also really like that when I am pouring the food into the containers for storage, I do not have to worry about the blade coming off due to the Bladelock System that keeps the blade in place while I pour. With the 4 cup bowl, I can make enough food to have leftovers to feed Wyatt for a few days! Another great feature that really comes in handy is the bottle warmer, which is easy to set up and heats up the bottle to the perfect temp! In all I love the Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer for the fact that I know what my baby is eating and I can make healthy foods for him, that it makes making homemade baby food simple for parents, that I can warm bottles, and that when I make Wyatt's baby food from home we can save money! When you get a Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer, you not only get the baby food maker and bottle warmer, but you also get a spatula which helps get all of the food out of the bowl, and a recipe book which has some amazing baby food recipes for parents to try out! Here is one that I found, on the Cuisinart site, to be a great healthy recipe for baby, its called Green and Sweets:

Ingredients

1          cup peeled and sliced parsnips
1          cup sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into ½- to 1-inch pieces
½         cup parsley, hard stems discarded
½         cup shredded kale
225      ml water


Instructions

Put the parsnips, sweet potatoes, parsley and kale into the work bowl fitted with the steam blade and cover bowl with lid. Add the water to the steam/bottle warming chamber and set the measuring cup in its place. Close the lid to lock and then turn the dial to steam. Once the light goes out indicating the steaming is complete, turn the dial to chop. Pulse about 10 times to break up, scraping if necessary, and then process continuously until completely smooth, about 20 to 30 seconds. Allow to cool before serving. If not using immediately, refrigerate for up to three days or freeze in individual portions for convenience.



Well, since we are going on a new journey with Wyatt, trying out new baby foods and making them at home, the wonderful people from Cuisinart would like to be included in your little ones journey of trying and eating homemade baby foods, by offering one of my amazing readers their own Cuisinart Baby Food Maker & Bottle Warmer!!

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This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

59 comments:

leanne_mac said...

Apple Pancakes

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jwfong said...

Antioxidant Berry Blast! Yum!

BlessieNelson said...

Eat Your Veggies!

Janet W. said...

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Brooke T said...

Pork Chops with Onions and Sage

Darlene said...

I like 3 Layered Cake

carolwegs said...

I like the apple pancakes. Thanks

Natalia said...

Like the pork chops w onion and sage.

dailymom said...

I like the sweet bunny waffles recipe

J. 76 said...

I like the Baby Chicken Soup recipe.

Thanks!

AStarrA said...

Pork Chops with Apples and Onions

ColleenMarie82 said...

I think the Asian Pork Roast sounds good!

Anne N. said...

I like the baby chicken soup. http://www.cuisinart.com/recipes/for_baby/8564.html

Kimberly said...

Apple Pancakes

Eileen said...

I assume you wanted a good baby food recipe? I'd pick the Baby Chicken Soup
Cuisinart Original Recipe

So simple!

thanks!
ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

Alex Liz R. said...

The BBQ Round Steak with Potatoes!

mummytotwoboys said...

I would like to try the Pink Grapefruit Cake recipe

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Nichol Tone said...

apple pancackes

Amy O said...

Applewood Shrimp Pasta
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Aimee said...

Apple pancakes sound good.

GoodnessGraces said...

Salmon Sweet Potato and Quinoa Superfood
Cuisinart Original Recipe sounds like a great recipe for my daughter.

Terra H. said...

Lamb Stew with Barley
Thanks
partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

JLin said...

5 Layer French Bars

Courtney said...

Sweet Bunny Waffles sound yum.

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TaraMetBlog said...

Greens and Sweets baby recipe

lana said...

Baby Chicken Soup

Bekah Kuczenski said...

The Winter Fruits with Yogurt looks yummy

ashley said...

Apple Pancakes!

Tiaragwin said...

Apple Pancakes

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wigget said...

i like the greens and sweets recipe

Rachel said...

I like the recipe for Baby Chicken Salad.

eclairre said...

The apple pancakes eclairre(AT)ymail(DOT)com

juli guthrie said...

Eat your veggies sounds like a great start for baby!

Robyn said...

super sticky chicken wings!

Kayla Hargaden said...

Sunshine muffin [for baby].

Anonymous said...

Awesome Spinach Bars

ColleenMarie82 said...

Commented on the WarmZe On The Go Bottle Warmers POST

Lloyd Family said...

i would like to try the 5 layer french bars
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sharon cowles said...

Asian Pork sounds delish

Dustie Baker said...

Baby Chicken Soup!!

sweetmelbelle31 said...

Baby chicken soup recipe.

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sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...

I am seriously craving something sweet so the 10 Minute Fudge recipe looks delicious! sonyadmorris@gmail.com

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Heidi said...

I like the Veggie Lentil Medley baby food recipe!

sarah sar said...

Sweet Potato Pancakes

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David Holder said...

Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies.
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Erika P. said...

The Toasted Crab and cheddar Melts

ColleenMarie82 said...

I commented on the Monsters Inc on Blu-Ray 3D!POST

Sarah Walker said...

Super Sticky Chicken Wings is my favorite recipe.

Melanie Montgomery said...

Sweet potato pancakes

Christine M Tubbytelly said...

http://www.cuisinart.com/recipes/for_baby/stage_3/entrees_baby/312.html

Katy said...

I'd love to try their apple pie bread!

Yummy!

Cassandra Eastman said...

Broccoli Cheese Soup! I've been looking for a recipe like this :) I'll have to make it now!

rosie said...

apple pancakes sound yummy

rosie said...

apple pancakes sound yummy

Christine Jessamine said...

i love the Chocolate Marble Cheesecake

Augusta Woods said...

Amish Cinnamon Rolls