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BEABA Babycook Pro 2x, $199.95; BeabaUSA.com                 Making your own baby food not only saves money, but ensures you know exactly what your babe is eating. It's never been easier than with this latest model of the popular Babycook. The machine, which is BPA- lead- and phthalate-free, lets you can make 9 cups of food in 15 minutes -- and will even defrost and reheat your frozen purees.

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First time baby food maker?  Great pictorial to get started with carrot baby food.

First time baby food maker? Great pictorial to get started with carrot baby food. Seems great way to get veggies in smoothies as well

MUNCHKIN Baby-Food-Freezer-Trays Store homemade food BPA Free 24 1oz portions. #Munchkin

MUNCHKIN Baby-Food-Freezer-Trays Store homemade food BPA Free 24 1oz portions

MUNCHKIN Baby-Food-Freezer-Trays Store homemade food BPA Free 24 1oz portions. #Munchkin

These banana pancakes are a perfect first food for baby! Find out how to make them with this easy recipe.

Banana Pancakes Recipe for Baby Finger Food

These tiny banana pancakes are the perfect size and shape for little hands! Find out how easy it is to make this yummy and nutritious finger food for baby.

How Sweet It Is: Homemade Baby Food. Love this way of storing the babyfood so much more than what I was doing!!

Save twenty five bucks a week on baby food. I made my son's baby food and this is pretty much what I did. Used regular ice cube trays and my standard blender. But this post is also great to remind me of some fruits and veggies not to miss for variety.

BABY PANCAKES USING BABY FOOD AND BABY CERALS finally something to do with the left overs!

Love the idea of using up the rest of her baby food. Baby pancakes (using baby food & baby cereal)

Teething babies love it. Freeze baby food puree or fruit juice in these ice pop molds....great gift for parents.

Fill & Freeze Puree Pops A new way to serve homemade baby food—it's fast, it's fun, and teething babies love it! So easy: just freeze baby food puree or fruit juice in these ice pop molds, then give one to baby to chew or suck

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