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Beaba Cook

Delilicious: Beaba Baby Cook

For parents, who like to cook all of their tot's tasty meals, the Beaba Baby Cook is a heaven–sent product.

Hugely popular in Europe, Americans are now privy to the convenient meal–maker.

To learn more about this Beaba,

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This small machine works overtime as a steamer, blender, warmer and defroster. Instead of dirtying up pots, pans and blending appliances, use this simple gadget to do it all. Steam the veggies, preserve the vitamins and chop it all up in minutes.

For $140, you get two polycarbonate bowls, a cooking basket, a spatula and a recipe booklet.

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mhegedus mhegedus 6 years
this is awesome - but EXPENSIVE!!!!!!!!!!
amba123 amba123 7 years
This looks great, but the bowl in polycarbonate, which contains BPA. If it were just a blender, that's one thing, but heating polycarbonate increases the BPA leaching. Just a thought...
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
for those of you that DO make your babies food.... what do you find most helpful... our lil guy's starting solids in about a month (altho i'm pretty sure he'd be happy to start tomorrow)... i'm wondering what everyone found most useful...?thanks
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
for those of you that DO make your babies food.... what do you find most helpful... our lil guy's starting solids in about a month (altho i'm pretty sure he'd be happy to start tomorrow)... i'm wondering what everyone found most useful...? thanks
stina829 stina829 7 years
Hmmmmm... I like it but I think I'll just stick to my Magic Bullet, lol
techkim techkim 7 years
I like that a lot and use the baby hand food grinder but $140 is a lot.
macneil macneil 7 years
I have one of these, and it is terrific for the first weaning stage. I never defrosted in it, though - much harder to clean than a dish in a microwave.
LA-Mommy712 LA-Mommy712 7 years
SO cool! Jack will be done with purely pureed foods in a little while, but I'll consider for baby #2!
sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 7 years
I want it for myself!!!
sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 7 years
I want it for myself!!!
JennyJen2 JennyJen2 7 years
Definitely cute
JennyJen2 JennyJen2 7 years
Definitely cute
kikidawn kikidawn 7 years
Oh I like it! I really want to make my baby's food whenever I have him/her :)
anniekim anniekim 7 years
Oh, I like this. I made almost all of the baby food my girls ate, but a blender or fork pretty much did the job for me.It's hard to resist a gadget.
anniekim anniekim 7 years
Oh, I like this. I made almost all of the baby food my girls ate, but a blender or fork pretty much did the job for me. It's hard to resist a gadget.
abqmama abqmama 7 years
This does look like it would be convenient, but for $140 I think I can do without.
rgrl rgrl 7 years
Very cool. Probably won't invest in this since I have a mini blender I like (and was not that cheap) and we're running out of kitchen space with all the gadgets we own.
schnappycat schnappycat 7 years
This looks very cool! I'll have to consider it in a few months when my son starts eating solids.
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