Who is this product designed for? Moms and dads who want to prepare their lil ones' foods on their own, rather than from a jar or packet.
Is it practical? The seven pieces in the line may not be all you ever need to make your baby's food, but they are a great start. Durable, easy to clean, and easy to use, they certainly cut down on the cost of feeding your tot compared to premade versions. Each piece comes with a handful of recipes from Karmel's library of cookbooks, with detailed instructions for using the tool.
What could be better? I wish the line was more extensive. While a masher and a food mill are great, they take time to use, and a handheld blender would be a nice, faster addition.
Would I buy it? Yes! In particular the silicone Food Cube Tray ($10), which is perfectly sized for babies' meals and easy to clean, and the Puree Pops kit ($9), while nothing new in the world of homemade popsicles, is designed for smaller mouths and teethers. After testing out a batch of homemade mango pops (using Karmel's included recipe) on my lil one, I'm a convert to popsicle teethers for sore gums!