Baby Bullet Review & Giveaway

When my babies were first born, I had every intention of being the best mommy ever and making all of their baby food myself.  I almost did it too.  Homemade baby food was abundant in the beginning, but I kept some of the expensive, jarred organic stuff on hand as backup.  Due to lack of time (and sleep) and the inconvenience of using my giant and difficult-to-clean blender, I’m ashamed to say that the backup foods eventually became main meals.  If only I’d had a Baby Bullet back then, I could have made the best food possible and saved money in the process.

Baby BulletWith the BPA-free Baby Bullet, making healthy food for your little one is quicker and easier than ever.  All the tools you need are included right in the box:

  • Batchbowl
  • Power Base
  • Short Cup with Lid
  • Milling Blade
  • Baby Blend Blade
  • Easy Pop Batch Tray with Lid
  • 6 Date-Dial Storage Cups with Tray
  • Spatula
  • Pocket Nutritionist
  • User Manual and Cookbook

The Short Cup is perfect for small jobs, and I like to use it with the Milling Blade to make a nutritious breakfast cereal.  When you have a bigger job to get done, you’ll want to break out the Batchbowl.  You can prepare your food for the whole week by mixing up a large batch in the Batchbowl and storing it in the nifty Date-Dial Storage Cups.

Date-Dial Storage CupsThis might be my favorite part of the set.  The Date-Dial Storage Cups can be used in the fridge or the freezer, and you can set the date so you’ll always know when the food was made.  No need to rely on your memory or messy labels.

Easy Pop Tray

Or pour your purees into the Easy Pop Batch Tray, toss into the freezer, and you’ll have even more food ready when you need it!

The Baby Bullet has so many useful features and is so easy to use, that it actually makes me sad that I didn’t have one when my kids were still babies.  Then I look at the cute, smiling faces on the Baby Bullet parts and I’m happy again.  The past is done, but I can still find a lot of ways to put the Baby Bullet to work for me.

As I’ve mentioned a few times before, I still make a lot of fruit and vegetable purees for the kids even though they’re a little older.  They’re a great way to work some extra veggies into their diets, and a fruit & veggie puree in a reusable pouch is one of my favorite snacks to serve.  I also love making veggie purees that I can add into their lunches and dinners.  (Sneaky but effective!)  The Baby Bullet is just perfect for both of these applications.  My regular blender is enormous, heavy, enormous, hard to clean, and enormous.  Really, I rarely need a full-sized blender for the foods I make for the kids, and I admit that there have been times when I didn’t make the food I wanted to just because I didn’t feel like bothering with that monster of a machine.  The Baby Bullet is exactly the opposite, and it also fits much better on my kitchen counter!

Another bonus of the Baby Bullet system is a fun, alternate use for the Easy Pop Batch Tray.  Ice pops!  Healthy ones, of course.  It feels great to delight my daughter with a frozen fruit and veggie treat, like my Berry Healthy Popsicles, for dessert.  She really enjoys it, and I like that there aren’t any unhealthy or artificial ingredients.  And that’s how I feel about all of the foods I make with the Baby Bullet.  By making the food myself, I have complete control over what I’m feeding my children.  Not sure what to make or how to make it?  No need to worry; the Baby Bullet comes with plenty of recipes for each stage.

The Baby Bullet is the way to go if you have small children and want to feed them fresh, healthy food for an affordable price.  If you ever wanted to make your own baby food, but thought it would be too difficult, this is the product for you.  So simple and convenient, the Baby Bullet should definitely be on every baby registry!  For more information or to purchase, visit

Enter to win a Baby Bullet!  Giveaway is open to US residents who are 18 and older.  Ends 9/18/13.  Good luck!

Game On Mom received a complimentary Baby Bullet for review.  All opinions are my own.  According to Jenny, Viva Veltoro, So Easy Being Green, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Ready to POP! participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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About Denise

Denise is the owner of Game On Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is the mother of a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl, she eats too much pizza, and a tangled Slinky is no match for her.


  1. Lisa Brown says:

    i learned that the Baby Bullet does not contain any BPA (Bisphenol A) or Phthalates.

  2. I love that as baby grows, you can just pulse the food less to give the food more texture- what an easy way to transition to solids!

  3. I didn’t know it came with 2 different blades. And I love all of the charts that are included, like the food introductory one!
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  4. I love how easy to use the baby bullet is. Would love to try it out for myself!

  5. Julie Wood says:

    I can make different portions of baby food with the Baby Bullet by using the Batch Bowl or the Short cut bowl to get the right amount of food made. The food is pulsed so is it nice and smooth!

  6. I like that you can get a nutrition book free with your order.

  7. I like the date dial cups so you don’t have to buy labels!

  8. Love the versatility of this blender with the different size cups and the dating options on storage cups.

  9. Danielle Porter says:

    I love that they are BPA free, and that it’s great through multiple stages!

  10. Love that you can try it risk free!

  11. Stephanie O says:

    I like they are bpa free and the storage jars have date feature .

  12. I like that it comes with date dial cups.
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  13. I like all the great recipes they have for all 3 stages of baby food!

  14. I like Free Shipping

  15. Darlene Owen says:

    I like that you can try it risk free.

  16. I learned that Baby Bullet Cups and Containers are made out of non-toxic high-impact plastic.
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  17. I like that you can make healthy foods for your baby using fresh veggies and fruits!

  18. I learned that you can make your very own baby food and keep the flavor and nutrients that your baby needs. The system looks super easy. I also like the dates on the lid, so you know how fresh the food is.
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  19. Lindsey Doepker says:

    I like that its so cute and i like the stoge cups

  20. some of the perfect foods for stage 1 are carrots and peas

  21. They’re BPA free… awesome!

  22. laurie nykaza says:

    you can make great baby food with easy clean up too

  23. Rebecca Xavier says:

    The Turbo Steamer looks great.

  24. Jenny Stanek says:

    I love that its such an easy way to give your child so much nutrition!

  25. I love that the Baby Bullet “grows” with your child so to speak.. you can make different textures of the food as your baby grows. How great!

  26. I like they list different stages of food.
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  27. I love the way you can give baby all natural foods with no additives 🙂

  28. natalie nichols says:

    I like that it’s completely BPA free and it has multiple uses!

  29. This seriously would be perfect for me , as I am having a child in January and I am trying to do all natural foods. I strongly believe that babies should have the most nutrition they can, and the baby bullet makes that easy! Regardless, I will find a way to obtain the baby bullet one day! 🙂
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  30. I like the availability of recipes online. That makes everything more convenient.

  31. kristaljane25 says:

    I like that the containers are glass. It’s not porous and it’s great that it comes with 2 blades.

  32. Vanessa Coker says:

    I learned that all the Baby Bullet Cups and Containers are made of non-toxic high-impact plastic and are BPA free.

  33. Paol Trenny says:

    I like the Baby Bullet To Go Bag

  34. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I really like the milling blade feature. It would be great to have all natural foods for my grandbabies. And I like that they are BPA free!

  35. Love this! I have always been interested in trying to make my own organic baby food! Love your blog!

  36. I love the Date Dial feature. Perfect for my daughter and her 1st baby. She grows a garden and would use her fresh veggies with a Baby Bullet. Thanks!
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  37. BPA-free, optional 5 year warranty, and date dials really hit the mark for parents.

  38. i like their perfect foods section that has ideas and tips on stages and feeding
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  39. The dial lids are genius so no need to worry about buying labels, and the pulsing feature for the batch cup as baby grows is another great feature.
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  40. Angela Rhodes Ingles says:

    I love that when you order, you get a 200 page baby nutrition guide for free – it’d take the guesswork out of preparing baby’s food. 🙂

  41. Blessie Nelson says:

    I love that it is BPA free (so important!) and The Milling Blade is perfect for fresh home made cereals!

  42. I have 3kids. A teen, a toddler, n a 3month old! My youngest was a huge surprise! I love that u can make so much food n store it properly, with a date! 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win this, hopefully!

  43. I like that they are BPA free!

  44. I learned that with this product you can make natural foods (no additivies )

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  46. i didnt know it had a milin blade! that is awesome!

  47. I learned that you can buy a 4 year extended warranty for $9.99!!
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  48. I like the turbo steamer

  49. Oh, I NEED this! My food processor AND my blender both bit the dust this year… the year I had my third baby!! HELP!
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  50. Dani Osenbaugh says:

    I like that you can make the food in bulk & freeze it to use later.

  51. I like the recipes that show you the perfect foods for each age!

  52. Wendy Mastin says:

    I like the date / dial storage cups

  53. krystal rivera says:

    I really like the date dial cups so you don’t have to buy labels!

  54. Kimmie Kim says:

    Comes with two different blades.

  55. I like the nutrition book that comes with it

  56. Want to start making my baby girls food! Thanks for the info!!!

  57. I learned that you can make all different portion sizes! Great.

  58. the milling blade turns whole grains, rice and oats into the freshest cereals in seconds.

  59. I like there are 3 different stages from baby to toddler

  60. There’s nothing this mama loves more than “date” lids. LOOOOVE them with breastmilk. Can’t see why I wouldn’t LOVE them with baby food! 🙂

  61. Terra Agueda says:

    love the date lids…

  62. Jessica Snow says:

    I learned that you can make different stage foods and the dates, plus it’s BPA free!!
    Thanks for the giveaway! =)

  63. Gail Williams says:

    I learned a mother said no more reflux after using the baby bullet. That would be wonderful for my newest granddaughter.

  64. Kirsten Barthy says:

    I love that it provides the right consistency for the different stages of weaning

  65. Sherry Compton says:

    They offer food ideas for three feeding stages…foods in the third stage adults may even want.

  66. It’s BPA Free.

  67. I like that you can make foods different textures and that its BPA free

  68. I like that it can grind things to a fine powder.

  69. Michelle Elizondo says:

    I liked that babies can be less constipated.

  70. Lauren Becker says:

    You can purchase the baby bullet with one payment or three!

  71. Jill Myrick says:

    I love that you can purchase additional accessories on the site.


  72. “When it’s time to make large portions of fresh, all-natural baby food, it’s time for the Batchbowl!”

  73. I like the dated cups so you can keep track of what needs to be used when!

  74. Hannah Avery says:

    The Baby Bullet Nutrition Guide looks cool!

  75. christine jessamine says:

    I learned these are easy to use and clean!

  76. I love the recipes and that everything is BPA free!

  77. I like that it comes with a Baby Bullet recipe book

  78. doesn’t contain any BPA or Phthalates

  79. love the real parent reviews!

  80. Renee Walters says:

    I learned that the Baby Bullet does not contain any BPA (Bisphenol A) or Phthalates!

  81. Love the batch bowl feature as it will save time. Then the short cup can be used for leftovers and save a ton of money. Those little jars in the store get very expensive for anyones budget. Thanks for the giveaway.

  82. Natasha Tucker says:

    i like that you also get a recipe book with it 🙂

  83. Tanya White says:

    I like that it does not contain BPA

  84. The adorable containers you can put the baby food in. They are so cute with the faces on them:)

  85. I learned about food stages

  86. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I like how you can use it for any type of foods.

  87. Richard Hicks says:

    I learned it comes with a 1yr limited warranty

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  88. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I love how easy it is to take care of

  89. Comes with a nutrition guide

  90. i like the date dial cups

  91. More of a question, but can anyone tell me an easy way to get frozen babyfood out of the silicone tray? I don’t seem to have the hand strength to do it and even my husband has a hard time. There must be something I’m missing because everything else works really well.

    • I just push from the bottom (applying pressure at the center) of the one I’m trying to remove while peeling back at the opening, and it usually pops out for me. It’s more difficult when there is a stick in there, but with some extra effort, that pops out too. I hope you figure it out!