Conair Cuisinart BFM-1000 Baby Food Maker and Bottle Warmer
- Steam, chop/pureé and bottle warmer functions; 4-cup work bowl
- Patent-pending Blade lock System holds the blade in place while pouring
- Steam blade creates even steam distribution for quicker, more efficient results
- Bowl seal to prevent spitting and improve steaming; Powerful motor for quick steaming and precise chopping
- Recipe booklet, spatula, bottle adapter ring and integrated measuring cup included; 18-month warranty
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First, I was looking for something superlatively efficient. I wanted consistent results from a compact machine. For the price I was willing to pay, the Cuisinart brand is a proven performer, and this machine lives up to the name. Admittedly, I've only had it a couple of weeks and used it a few times, but I'm very happy with the results so far. I've followed the directions exactly in terms of water amount and the size of the diced food I put in to be steamed, and the resulting puree has been perfectly consistent. I also love the efficiency of having all the steaming and pureeing in one bowl -- just turning a 3-position dial couldn't be easier.
I haven't used the bottle warming function on this or any comparable machine.
I like the size - it's about the size of a small coffee maker, like you might find in a hotel room. It has a small footprint and is unimposing on the countertop -- it doesn't scream 'baby appliance.' I'd love a model in black or stainless, but I'm not crazy enough about aesthetics to mind.Read more ›
Side note here: Why can't we just manufacture a glass bowl people? That would be the day!!
Anywho, a month ago I started to become paranoid as I heard more and more about mold growth in other baby food makers. I thought to myself, if they are growing mold, why wouldn't mine be too? I can't even open up the steaming chamber to check, but I took a flashlight and peeked into the slots at the bottom of the chamber... and, let me tell you, what I found... was disgusting...
To make a long story short, I encourage you all to do the same.Read more ›
I am keeping this thing away from my baby and will try to return it to amazon. Amazon/Cuisinart should stop selling this product and it needs to be recalled!
You cut up the fruit or veggies, add some water to the steamer compartment (in accordance to what you are making..there is a chart in the instructions) and turn the knob to steam. After it is done steaming you simply turn it to chop and you are all set. It is perfectly puréed and ready for your baby. And cleanup is a breeze as well because you only have one bowl to clean.
I can't say enough amazing things about this food maker! Worth the money as it is a fabulous product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't heat bottle warm enough, has burning smell after a little over a month of usePublished 15 days ago by Drew Martens
This product is a life saver. 3 in 1 is super convenient and is a space saver. Where do i start.... the bottle warmer is great. It can accommodate any bottle type. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Liz
You really can't go wrong with Cuisinart! I love the idea of a mixer that steams and purees baby foods. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have been using this now for about a month. I am thoroughly impressed with how easy it is to use & clean. I am so happy I chose to go this route instead of the baby bullet.Published 1 month ago by T. Lax
I love the two in one steamer and purée. There is some wait time in between batches so that the machine can cool down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Davidson
Love this product! So glad we bought this one. We make our own baby food and this does the job. It also comes with an instruction manual on what you need to do to make your baby... Read morePublished 2 months ago by swanprincess05
This is a wonderful tool for steaming both the babies food and our veggies for dinner. We have gotten a lot of use out of this. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amanda M
made all of my sons food for the first year, and still use to make apple sauce when we go picking.
We would have to make a few batches of food bc it only holds about three... Read more