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NUK Cook-n-Blend Baby Food Maker

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  • Dual-action function cooks and blends food for quick, nutritious meals in 2 easy steps
  • Healthy steam cooking helps preserve vitamins and minerals
  • Makes up to 4 meals at a time with large bowl
  • Double steamer basket separates food to help preserve flavors
  • Use for years with 2 texture options: smooth or chunky to grow with your child
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.5 pounds
Product Dimensions13.6 x 10.4 x 7.3 inches
OriginImported
UPC885131765994
Item model number76599
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB006Z6E9I2
Best Sellers Rank #5,659 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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From the Manufacturer

The Baby Gourmet Food Processor makes up to 4 meals at a time with it's extra large bowl. It has 2 texture options smooth or chunky and a convenient beep sound alerts when ready to mix. Included is a healthy recipe booklet to help you get started.

Product Description

Looking for a quick and easy way to make nutritious homemade food for your baby? NUK USA has partnered with world-famous child nutrition expert, Annabel Karmel, to offer a line of solutions to help you make and store homemade baby food. With the Cook-n-Blend baby Food Maker you can create quick and nutritious meals from start to finish in 2 easy steps! The large bowl allows you to make 4 meals at once and the double basket separates food to help preserve flavors. You can feel confident you are giving your baby nature’s best with the healthy steam cooking that helps to preserve vitamins and minerals. And, what’s even better is the free recipe booklet and BONUS smoothie blade so the whole family can enjoy!


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Customer Reviews

So easy to use and clean.
BS
I called their customer service number and they promptly sent a replacement.
Jencar21
It makes it so easy to make my own Baby food.
Melissa C. Johnson

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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca N TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 27, 2013
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My resistance to getting a baby food maker like this was based on my fear of having a large, hard to clean appliance that would make a mess. I'm someone who hates speciality appliances, as I have a NYC kitchen.

I am very happy to say that this appliance is actually very small, and fits in a cabinet (although it doesn't take up too much space on the counter anyway). Think about 2 mugs sitting next to each other. It takes up about that much space. Also, it is very non-messy. You steam and blend in the same container, which is SMALL (the downside is, it won't work for someone who wants to make 20 meals at a time). Cleanup is easy. I would compare the mess and hassle to making coffee using a french press if you grind your own beans. It's about the same effort in my opinion, and the same mess.

Today I made organic sweet potatoes and carrots, and I ate half of it. Oops. That's ok - I'm not big on freezing - this is simple enough to make fresh every day. If you want to start REALLY easy, get a bag of baby carrots. For those, you can toss them straight from the bag into the basket.

How does it work:

- Pour water in the tank
- Put vegetables (or whatever) in the basket)
Press the "on" button and wait until it beeps, letting you know it's done
- Come back, flip the basket over, in the same container that was used to steam
- hold the dial in the "blend" position until it's blended as you wish
- DONE

Now you can quickly rinse the container, and you're done. No mess. The no mess is really the thing I want to stress. I feel like most people who don't make their own baby food are worried more about the mess than the prep. It's easy to take a sweet potato out of the fridge and cut it into pieces.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Sward on June 8, 2013
I purchased this before there were any reviews and have owned it for about 6 months. I have now used it to make all my little guys meals. He has only had to have store bought baby food twice.

What I LOVE about this machine:
I do not have to pull anything extra out to cook with it. I peel, chop and throw in whatever I want to make. I add water depending on the fruit or veggie I add. I press the button, I walk away. In 13-17 mins it beeps. I usually wait to start and have waited up to 30 mins after it beeped to start making baby food (because I was wrapped up with a toddler and an infant) and the food is still steamy and happy when I get to it.

Yes you can do this on a stove top, yes you could use a blender.....BUT this takes up NO real extra room, I do not have to wash pots and pans, or a BLENDER, which I hate trying to wash those. It really is very simple to take the cook-n-blend apart I have not had any trouble cleaning it. Plus you lose nutrients on the stove top. This locks them in and you use the water you cook with to puree.

When I make baby food this is what I use, the basket from the machine, a knife, a measuring cup, a vegetable peeler and a rubber spatula. Everything I have made so far has made 12oz or more, I have a freezer full of ready to eat baby food. I have tasted everything and my toddler LOVED the sweet potato butternut squash mash I made. I pureed the rest and froze it for the baby.

What I didn't like about the machine:
It is hard to open at first, but with each use it gets easier.

The water level indicator is very hard to read, I just finally figured out how much water to put in a bottle to get it to the line I need without having to worry.
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The Cook-n-Blend has a lot of utility for new parents and parents of toddlers but it is also quite useful as a kitchen appliance. It is a VERY handy and easy to use steamer that busy parents will appreciate. It also does make pureed baby food and a more chunky version. I've also used it for salsa with good results. And it has a smoothie blade. It is powerful enough to crush ice pretty well. But my favorite feature is the steamer.

Steaming food preserves a lot of nutrients. It also is usually a method that produces results that babies and toddlers like. This is just a fantastic steamer; tasty results and you can set it and go on to other kitchen tasks or whatever. You put water into a level the instruction book lists as appropriate for that vegetable. You then put the vegetables in. The machine heats the water and puts it under the basket. The basket also has a divider that is handy when you want to keep two things separate and save time. It also turns the machine off. The results have been uniformly pleasing to the whole family: soft, thoroughly done vegetables that are not mushy at all.

You then have a more traditional food processor. One setting purees and is very powerful. The other one leaves more chunks but is also pretty powerful. As I mentioned above you can use it for regular food processor chores. It also has a smoothie blade that has produced good results.

There is one very annoying design flaw. Nuk made it EXTREMELY hard to read the water level when you are steaming. I use a light app on my iPhone and I still can't tell where the water is. They should have made the level lines white but instead they are barely discernible. I also got a small cut unpacking the smoothie blade. It is very sharp and had gone through the plastic wrap.
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