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Baby Brezza One Step Baby Food Maker, White/Grey

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  • Easy to use Just add your ingredients and set your steam time, and the machine will do the rest
  • Safe, one bowl design means you don't have to transfer hot foods to another bowl or blender in the middle of your cooking process
  • Easy to clean bowl and blade are dishwasher safe; BPA/phthalate free
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 9.8 x 8.4 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC886267090431
Item model numberBRZ-9043
Material TypeBPA Free
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB004Q3LBTG
Best Sellers Rank #3,419 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Steam and blend your baby's food in minutes. view larger

Healthy, Homemade Baby Food

The Baby Brezza One Step Baby Food Maker is a patented, multi-functional device that allows you to steam and blend fruits, vegetables, meats and fish all in one bowl quickly and easily. In as little as fifteen minutes, you can have a healthful, nutritious and delicious meal ready for your baby – with the satisfaction of knowing that you made it yourself.

This baby food maker is easy to use. Just add your ingredients, set your steam time, and the machine will do the rest. Because of its safe one-bowl design, you won't have to transfer hot foods to another bowl or blender in the middle of the cooking process.

Key Features
  • One-bowl design to prevent spills
  • Easy to clean - bowl and blade are dishwasher safe
  • BPA/phthalate free
  • Bowl holds up to 2 1/2 cups
  • Dimensions: 7.75" wide x 7" tall x 9" deep
Make your own healthy, natural baby food.
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Product Description

Bring healthy, homemade baby food to your table in just minutes with the Baby Brezza One Step Baby Food Maker. This patented, multi functional baby food maker allows you to steam and blend fruits, vegetables, meats and fish all in one bowl quickly and easily. In as little as fifteen minutes, you can have a healthful, nutritious and delicious meal ready for your baby and the satisfaction of knowing that you made it yourself. 


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mamavivian
The two problems other users have complained about are the same ones I experienced, which shows that this product is badly made and should be recalled.
Mafalda
All in all, if you want to make your baby food, I highly recommend the Brezza!
MCB

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

189 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Heather Sue Waters on March 8, 2012
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I loved this product for about 4.5 months! I used it to make batches of organic baby food several times each month and loved how easy it was to make healthy food for my daughter. Occasionally I would notice dark particles in the lighter colored foods that I would make and just thought I was seeing bits of the skin from potatoes or carrots that I didn't peel with the greatest of care. Two weeks ago, I noted a larger speck in the potatoes I was feeding my daughter and pulled it out. It looked like a metallic flake. I began to examine the machine and discovered that the interior coating of the water reservoir had begun to bubble up and was flaking off along the bottom of the tank! I contacted the company asking for the chemical composition of the coating so that I may have my daughter tested, as I had no idea how much of this coating she had ingested over how long a period. The company representative first said that there was no coating and that the tank was ceramic, so what I noted MUST be limescale build-up. I am not unfamiliar with limescale, and absolutely know that THIS is not mineral deposits, but the actual darkish grey, metallic coating (underneath where the grey has flaked off, the reservoir is black). I took pictures to send the company and spoke with other company representatives who finally admitted that yes, there WAS a coating and said they thought it was silicon-based over aluminum. I asked again for the name of the compound and/ or the chemical make-up so that I could have my daughter appropriately examined. They agreed to contact the company in China and get that information. They called back days later and said that the Chinese company sent a letter saying that the "silver coating" was tested and FDA approved. That's it.Read more ›
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96 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Coraline on June 5, 2011
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While I was waiting for my order to arrive, I used a steamer and a handmixer to make food for my baby. This was a pretty easy, hard to mess up process and I started having doubts whether or not I really needed a Baby Food Maker. Boy, was I wrong! The Baby Brezza saves me so much time!
1. it steams faster than a regular steamer (I think it's because the space is so compact, the steam gets right to the veggies/fruits)
2. I don't have to be around the kitchen after I fill up the container. Just set the time and walk away! And wait for the beeping sound. With the regular steamer, you'll have to set a timer or keep coming back regularly to the kitchen to check if the food is ready.
3. The machine itself can automatically blend the food for you. Once again, you don't have to be around the kitchen after the food is steamed. Just stay away and wait for the beeping sound. With a regular steamer, the food has to be moved to the measuring cup before you can blend it with the handmixer (and wait for it to cool down).

The accessories work perfectly along with the product. The machine is very easy to operate. I couldn't have asked for more...I'm happy!

Yes, a regular steamer and handmixer can do the job too, but if you appreciate the freedom of not having to monitor the food being steamed or blend, buy the Baby Brezza!
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Trish T. on September 23, 2011
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I am not the main chef in our household. My husband enjoys cooking whereas my comfort zone is being the clean-up crew(washing dishes, storing leftovers away). Don't get me wrong, there are a few occasions where I will prepare a decent meal but for the most part, I'm normally in the background when it comes to the kitchen.

With our first child, I made a feeble attempt at making my own baby food. I roasted a butternut squash in the oven, steamed a couple of vegetables then used a food processor for blending. I was excited about making my own baby food for about two weeks tops. For me, it took so much time and a lot of clean-up afterwards that I ended up purchasing ready-made baby food.

With our second child, I decided I wanted another go at making baby food. Since I already (unsuccessfully)tried making food by steaming/baking and blending separately, I realized it made sense for me to purchase a baby food maker. I narrowed it down to Beaba and Baby Brezza. I chose the Baby Brezza after reading the reviews for both on Amazon.

I love the Baby Brezza. Since my daughter turned 6 months, I've prepared: green beans, sweet potatoes, carrots, chicken breast, sweet peas, pears, apples, peaches and prunes. And she is 7.5 months. Yes, I know that I've only been using it for a month and a half but the point is, I have used it every four days (the recommended time for babies to be introduced to new food) and I see myself using it until she can eat food that actually looks the way it should. It's super easy to use. You chop up the food in small 1/4 cuts, pour water into the reservoir, transfer the food into the container, decide whether you want to steam only or steam + blend, select the length of steam time and press START.

The clean-up is pretty easy.
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101 of 128 people found the following review helpful By D. Mc. on December 29, 2011
As many other one star reviewers have posted my unit's blender function did not work. It is a brand new unit right out of the box. Steam function works great, but the motor would never turn the blender blade so my food just sat there. Luckily there's an easy fix. I took the entire unit apart and found that the belt from the motor was not engaging the turnshaft that would in turn enable the blade to spin. After properly aligning the belt I put it all back together and the unit now blends like it is supposed to. My guess is that this is the same problem that caused others' blender function to not work. I would futher venture that the Brezza knows about this issue and has done nothing to correct it. It's hard to believe that after multiple complaints about the same problem that Brezza does not put its units through some sort of inspection process to prevent this from happening. It is very frustrating to have to fix a brand new product that has just been taken out of the box.
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