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Conair Cuisinart BFM-1000 Baby Food Maker and Bottle Warmer

4.2 out of 5 stars 256 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 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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Product Description

A fast and easy way for parents to turn the foods they choose into healthy meals for baby, the unit steams and purees in the same bowl. A 4-cup work bowl means lots of leftovers, which can go right into the refrigerator or freezer. A built-in bottle warmer heats baby's bottle to just the right temperature. Includes Cuisinart Baby recipes in the recipe booklet as well as a spatula, bottle adapter ring and integrated measuring cup.

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Technical Details
Item Weight7.4 pounds
Product Dimensions7.8 x 12.2 x 10 inches
UPC086279047700 008627904770 885225140294 646131361742 885225035637
Item model numberBFM-1000
Material TypePlastic
Number of items1
Best usespersonal
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeNo
Is portableNo
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB009L1VWCO
Best Sellers Rank #15,969 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  
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I resolved before my daughter was born to make my own baby food for her when the time came. I read reviews for every other baby food maker I could find. So why did I end up buying a model that had not yet been reviewed, and was relatively expensive compared to the other, more common baby food makers?
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.
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I am now convinced that all baby food makers (steaming and pureeing with one appliance) are a waste of money and may do more harm to your child then good. I researched baby food makers for months and read through at ton of Amazon reviews before deciding to purchase this baby food maker from Cuisinart. I loved using the first two times and felt like it would be very simple to use long haul. However, by the third use, the work bowl, blade, and spatula started to show stains from the food. I had followed all directions and transferred the purees to a glass container to clean the appliance quickly every time, but it still happened. As I tried cleaning the work bowl, I found upon deeper inspection what looked like hard water deposits/burnt in areas where the food was sitting on the sides of the bowl during steaming. I couldn't get them off and contacted Cuisinart to see what could have caused the marks. Thankfully they just sent me a new bowl free of charge, even though I still had no idea what first caused the stains. I continued to use the product for months and never let the purees sit again in the work bowl in case it was the heat...

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.
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Similar to previous reviews, I found mold while cleaning the steam compartment. I got this product as a baby shower gift and I've only used it to steam milk bottles and haven't even use it to steam and blend food yet since my baby is only three months old. I did the suggested decalcifying with vinegar and water and noticed specks of material coming out that I thought was mineral deposits. So I repeated the treatment, agitated the vinegar/water mixture by shaking the unit sideways, dispensing the solution, and then using water to rinse out the vinegar/water residue. Each time I poured the rinsing water out, I noticed specks and chunks coming out and after the THIRD shaking and rinsing, huge chunks of black floating gunk started coming out. Ive posted a couple of pictures of the gunk and mold that came out! Gross!!!

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!
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with my first baby, i used a steamer and food processor to prepare all of her homemade food. when baby #2 came, i did not feel like i could do all that work. i'm a full time working mom and the thought of spending my evening hours doing everything else on top of preparing my baby's food made me want to just curl up and cry. then i saw my sister using a baby food maker and it was so easy, i decided to try this one. the price was a bit intimidating at first, but after using it for a few months, i knew it was the best investment i had ever made for my baby's diet. whenever i cooked food for my family, i would cut up extra veggies and meats, set aside some rice or oatmeal, then i would dump everything in here, fill the water to max and steam/puree. the baby food was that easy to make. and she always had healthy variety of meals always consisting of several veggies, protein and grains. i don't know if it's because of this but to this day (she's 14 mos), she is a great vegetable/meat eater.

obviously, i'm not knocking on anyone who buys baby food. i bought plenty for my first kid. and i probably would have with my #2. however, if you WANT to try making all of your baby's food, but the thought of it intimidates you, you don't want to have giant steamers and food processors out on your countertop and sink all the time (i've been there), definitely give this a try.

i loved :
this keeps all the vegetable steamer water in the mix so you don't lose the nutrients.
i don't have to cook each ingredient separately, but i could dump them all in this one container
it steams and purees in one container = less dishes!
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