NutriBullet Baby Food Processor, NUTRIBULLET BABY User manual

NutriBullet Baby Food Processor, NUTRIBULLET BABY User manual
user manual and cookbook
Make an entire week’s worth of all-natural baby food
in just minutes!
Note: NutriBullet Baby is a product which orginated in the USA, where it was known as Baby Bullet & this manual may make reference to this name.
user manual and cookbook
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Make an entire week’s worth of all-natural baby food
in just minutes!
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND
CAUTIONARY INFORMATION
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR SAFETY, CAREFULLY READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING YOUR NutriBullet Baby.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed
including the following:
• Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
• To avoid risk of electrical shock, never immerse the cord, plug or Power Base in
water or other liquids.
• The use of attachments not recommended or sold by the manufacturer may cause
fire, electric shock or injury.
• The use of attachments, including canning jars, not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause a risk of injury to persons.
• Unplug the NutriBullet Baby when it is not in use, before putting on or taking off
parts, and before cleaning or assembling.
• Do not pull or twist the power cord.
• Do not allow the cord to dangle over the edge of a counter or table.
• Do not allow the cord to touch hot surfaces such as the stove.
• Periodically inspect the cord and plug for damage. Do not operate any appliance
with a damaged cord or plug, if the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or
damaged in any manner. If damaged, contact Customer Service for assistance in
obtaining a replacement.
• Keep hands and utensils away from the blade while chopping or blending food to
reduce the risk of severe injury or damage to the unit. A scraper may be used to
move food around, but only when the unit is not running.
• Avoid contacting moving parts.
• NEVER LET THE MOTOR RUN FOR MORE THAN ONE MINUTE AT A TIME AS IT
CAN CAUSE PERMANENT DAMAGE. IF THE MOTOR STOPS WORKING, UNPLUG
THE POWER BASE AND LET IT COOL FOR A FEW HOURS BEFORE ATTEMPTING
TO USE IT AGAIN. YOUR NUTRIBULLET BABY HAS AN INTERNAL THERMAL
BREAKER THAT SHUTS OFF THE UNIT IF IT OVERHEATS. THE POWER BASE
WILL RESET WHEN THE THERMAL BREAKER COOLS DOWN.
• DO NOT USE ANY OF THE NUTRIBULLET BABY COMPONENTS (CUPS, LIDS,
BLADES, BATCH BOWL, BATCH TRAY, MOTOR) IN THE MICROWAVE.
• Always use your NutriBullet Baby on a clean, flat, hard, dry surface.
• Do not blend hot liquids in the short cup or any closed top container.
• Never blend carbonated beverages. Released gases can cause pressure to build
up and the container to burst, resulting in possible injury.
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ake sure the blade base is securely screwed onto the Short Cup or Batchbowl
before placing it on the Power Base.
• Never leave the NutriBullet Baby unattended while it is in use.
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ever run the NutriBullet Baby without food or liquid contents in the Cup or Batch
Bowl.
• Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children.
• T o reduce the risk of injury, be certain that the blade is completely and firmly
screwed on to the Short Cup or Batchbowl container before operating the appliance.
• Do not use the NutriBullet Baby outdoors.
• Blades are sharp. Handle carefully.
• C heck gasket to make sure it is completely seated in the Baby Blend Blade or
Milling Blade base before each use.
• Do not attempt to defeat the cover interlock mechanism.
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o not use the Date-Dial Storage Cups to freeze foods. Use the Easy-pop Batch Tray
to freeze foods.
• Do not fill the date dial storage cups more than 2/3 full.
• Do Not fill the batch tray freezer storage containers more than 2/3 full prior to freezing.
BATCHBOWL SAFEGUARDS
• Always operate the Batchbowl with the Lid firmly in place.
•N
ever blend carbonated beverages. Released gases can cause pressure to build up
and the container to burst, resulting in possible injury.
•W
hen blending hot liquids, remove center piece of two-piece cover.
• A lways ensure that the two-piece cover is firmly in place before operating the
appliance.
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ever insert food into the Batchbowl by hand while the NutriBullet Baby is running.
Remove the Batchbowl from the Power Base to add ingredients.
CLEANING SAFEGUARDS
• DO NOT PUT THE NUTRIBULLET BABY BLADE HOLDERS AND OTHER PLASTIC PARTS IN THE DISHWASHER. SIMPLY HAND WASH WITH WARM
SOAPY WATER.
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O NOT SUBMERGE THE POWER BASE IN WATER. WIPE OFF WITH A DAMP
CLOTH. ALWAYS UNPLUG BEFORE CLEANING.
• T HE NUTRIBULLET BABY BLADE HOLDERS AND OTHER PLASTIC PARTS
SHOULD NOT BE STERILIZED IN BOILING WATER OR STEAM FOR ANY
REASON AS THIS WILL WARP THE PLASTIC.
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HEN WASHING BLADES, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE GASKET
RING. SIMPLY HAND WASH THE BLADES IN WARM SOAPY WATER.
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O NOT EXPOSE BLADE HOLDERS AND OTHER PLASTIC PARTS TO
EXTREME RAPID TEMPERATURES CHANGES, AS THIS MAY WARP OR
DAMAGE THE PLASTIC.
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Table of Contents!
Introduction ............................................................................................ 9
Why Homemade? .................................................................................. 11
Four System Components: ................................................................... 16
Planning............................................................................................... 16
Preparing.......................................................................................... 19
Storage............................................................................................. 20
Serving............................................................................................. 23
How to Use ............................................................................................ 24
Techniques ...................................................................................... 29
Cleaning .......................................................................................... 30
Preparing for the Big Day..................................................................... 33
What do I need?................................................................................ 34
Allergy Alert...................................................................................... 36
First Year No-No List......................................................................... 36
Prepping for the Big Day!................................................................... 38
Food Chart: 4-6 Months Old............................................................... 39
Making the Right Amount................................................................... 40
Ready for the Big Day!....................................................................... 43
Feeding Baby ................................................................................... 44
Stage 1: Perfect Purées 4 - 6 months ................................................. 46
4 - 6 Months: Food Chart.......................................................... 46 - 47
4 - 6 Months: Feeding Schedule....................................................... 48
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Table of Contents!
Table of Contents!
Banana Purée................................................................................... 50
9 Months! Stage 2: Tasty Textures....................................................... 73
Sweet Potato Purée........................................................................... 51
9 Months: Feeding Schedule............................................................. 73
Zucchini Purée................................................................................. 52
New Foods to Introduce .................................................................... 74
Pear Purée............................................................................................ 53
Family Dinners for Baby..................................................................... 75
Green Pea Purée................................................................................... 55
Chicken, Brown Rice and Squash ...................................................... 76
Squash Purée........................................................................................ 56
Turkey, Rice and Carrot...................................................................... 77
Apple Purée.......................................................................................... 57
10 - 12 Months!..................................................................................... 78
Avocado Purée...................................................................................... 58
10 - 12 Months: Feeding Schedule..................................................... 79
Brown Rice Cereal................................................................................. 59
Petite Pancakes................................................................................. 81
7 Months!.................................................................................................... 60
Minestrone ....................................................................................... 83
7 Months: Food Chart ........................................................................ 61
One Year +............................................................................................. 85
7 Months: Feeding Schedule............................................................. 62
Yes-Yes Foods .................................................................................. 86
Additional Food Possibilities............................................................... 62
Foods to Discuss with your Pediatrician ............................................. 87
Stage 1: Perfect Combo Purées.......................................................... 63
“Puréed Goodness” .......................................................................... 88
Combo Purées .................................................................................. 64
Recipes for 12 - 18 Months.................................................................. 89
Oatmeal Cereal Combos .................................................................... 65
Stealth Scrambled Eggs..................................................................... 91
8 Months!............................................................................................... 66
Strawberry and Pear Totsicles ........................................................... 93
8 Months: Food Chart ....................................................................... 67
Mac and Cheese................................................................................ 95
Batch Cooking with NutriBullet Baby .................................................. 68
Food Journal........................................................................... 96 - 111
8 Months: Feeding Schedule............................................................. 69
Stage 1: Perfect Thicker Purées.......................................................... 70
Textured Turnip.................................................................................. 71
Apricot and Oatmeal.......................................................................... 72
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The NutriBullet
Baby System!
We are proud to introduce the latest member of the Magic Bullet family – the
NutriBullet Baby! The NutriBullet Baby has all the power and convenience of the
original Magic Bullet and so much more! Specifically designed to make healthy,
nutritious baby food in just seconds, the NutriBullet Baby system is, hands down,
the most convenient in baby food making for quality, efficiency and affordability.
With the NutriBullet Baby, in less time than it takes to go to the store and buy
one jar of food, you can create several flavors of delicious, preservative free
baby food using the finest organic ingredients. And guess what, you can actually save money! One organic banana costs about 30 cents and will make at
least 5 ounces of banana purée. That’s only 24 cents per 4-ounce serving of
organic banana purée compared to 65 cents for a 4-ounce jar of non-organic
banana baby food. And when you make your own baby food, you know
EXACTLY what is going in it...fresh, wholesome foods and nothing else.
The best thing about the NutriBullet Baby Food Making System is that it gives
you both the tools and the information you need to set the stage
for a lifetime of healthy eating. From identifying the signs
that Baby is ready to try solids, to how to choose the perfect,
freshest produce, to tips for storage... the NutriBullet Baby
will be with you every step of the way.
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Why Homemade?
Babies typically triple their weight in the first year. So, if we are what we
eat, it’s our job to make sure Baby’s food is fresh and healthy!
With the NutriBullet Baby, creating homemade food for your baby is a faster,
healthier, less expensive alternative to buying overpriced, over processed jarred
baby food.
Until now, jarred baby food has been considered the most convenient way
to feed your growing baby, but now with the NutriBullet Baby, you can make
wholesome, homemade baby food in just minutes. That’s less time than it
takes to find your keys, put the stroller in the trunk and get the baby in the car!
Did you know that jarred baby food has a shelf life of up to 3 years. What??
You wouldn’t feed your baby a 3 year old banana, so why is it okay to feed your
sweet cherub 3 year old banana baby food? How fresh can a banana be that’s
been sitting on a shelf for 3 years? At NutriBullet Baby, we feel strongly that
homemade baby food is more nutritious than commercially prepared baby food
because it is fresher and much less processed.
Even when jarred food is labeled both preservative free and organic, the
reason it can have a shelf life of 3 years is because it’s been heated to
such an enormous degree that no bacteria can survive in it. But guess
what – not all vitamins and minerals can survive that kind of heat
either! So, some of the nutrition has been leached out of jarred food
during that preservation process.
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The Darker Side of Jar Food
The bottom line is, jarred food is convenience food. And just as adults
shouldn’t eat every meal from a drive-thru, can or box, we feel it’s not
healthy for babies and toddlers to consume processed, packaged baby foods
more than on rare occasions. At NutriBullet Baby, we believe that jarred food
should be the exception, not the norm for feeding your baby.
The good news is, the NutriBullet Baby makes it easier than ever to create
healthy, nutritious baby food in just seconds... and for just pennies!
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Food Made With Love
When you make your own baby food – you know EXACTLY what is going into
each meal because you pick the ingredients! No starchy fillers, no hidden salt
or sugar, no scary “non-food” surprises… just your hand picked ingredients
and your baby’s favorite flavor combinations made with love. Now that’s a
great way to feed your baby!
Introducing the NutriBullet Baby
Baby Food Making System
What You Get
For Preparing
For Storing
Stay-fresh Resealable Lids
Batch Trays
Spatula
Batchbowl
Short Cups
Milling Blade
Power Base
6 Date-Dial Storage Cups
Baby Blend
Blade
User Manual
and Cookbook
Tray
Pocket Nutritionist
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There Are Four Components
in the NutriBullet Baby
Food Making System
1 Planning
When it comes to great nutrition – an ounce of planning is worth its weight
in gold! That’s why the NutriBullet Baby Food Making System comes with
two invaluable planning tools.
The Pocket Nutritionist
The “magic” behind the NutriBullet Baby Food Making System starts
with your handy in-store companion, the “Pocket Nutritionist” which
teaches parents:
• Which foods to avoid in the first year
• Which foods should be organic
• How to choose a well rounded
weekly menu
• How to select the freshest
produce
• Exactly how much produce to buy
to meet your baby’s needs
• The health benefits associated
with the foods your baby eats
• And more!
The NutriBullet Baby User Manual
and Cookbook*
This wonderfully comprehensive, easy to follow book contains everything you
need to know about operating the NutriBullet Baby and feeding your child for
the first 18 months.
The book includes:
• The signs that Baby is ready to start on solids
• The “No-No” Food List for the first year
• A Step-By-Step plan for Baby’s first meal
• The proper schedule for introducing new foods
• Eating schedules for each stage of development
• Wholesome recipes!
•A food journal for tracking favorites and reactions
to foods
• How to choose a well rounded weekly menu
• And much, much more!
The NutriBullet Baby User Manual and Cookbook also includes the very important NutriBullet Baby Food Journal which helps you track your baby’s reactions
as you introduce new foods. From a simple “yuck” to an allergic reaction, you
have a place to note every single thing that your baby eats and exactly what
happens at each meal and after each meal, so you’ll know what agrees with
Baby and what doesn’t.
* T he information contained in our guide and cookbook is not a substitute to regular baby
care. Always consult your pediatrician regarding nutrition and the feeding of your child.
This amazingly informative guide will help you navigate the grocery store
aisles for exactly the right foods for your child at any age. This pocket-sized
guide saves you time and money – every time you shop! NEVER LEAVE
HOME WITHOUT IT!
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2 Preparing
Follow the eating schedule and choose your favorite recipes for your Stage One Perfect
Purées, Stage Two Tasty Textures, and whip up a week’s worth of your child’s favorites.
The Batchbowl
The larger vessel, the Batchbowl, is for creating large amounts of
baby food for storing. The Batchbowl is BPA-free.
Never operate without the cover on.
The Short Cups
These cups are used to mix and
store your ingredients. They are BPA-free.
The Power Base
The Power Base is the heart of the NutriBullet Baby system. Simply
place either the Batchbowl or the Short Cup on to the High-Torque
Power Base, press down and twist…it couldn’t be easier!
CAUTION!
• Do not submerge the Power Base in water and always unplug the
Power Base before cleaning it.
• Always make sure the cover is on the Batchbowl when using.
• Keep hands and utensils away from the cutting blade while chopping or blending
food to reduce the risk of severe injury to person or damage to the blender.
The Blades
The NutriBullet Baby comes with two blades:
The Baby Blend Blade is for puréeing and blending foods.
The Milling Blade is for milling grains to make cereals.
Note: The Milling Blade is only used on the Short Cup.
Both blades are BPA-free.
Note: In the base of the blades there is a plastic gasket that creates an airtight seal
with the NutriBullet Baby vessels.
CHECK GASKET BEFORE EACH USE TO MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY SEATED IN
THE BABY BLEND BLADE OR MILLING BLADE. ATTEMPTED REMOVAL OF THE GASKET
MAY PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE BLADE CONFIGURATION AND CAUSE LEAKAGE.
IF IN TIME A GASKET BECOMES LOOSE OR DAMAGED, PLEASE CONTACT
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR A REPLACEMENT NUTRIBULLET BABY BLADE HOLDER.
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3 Storage
It’s on to storage where you decide whether to freeze or
refrigerate your fabulous concoctions. The good news is
that the NutriBullet Baby comes with our exclusive Date-Dial
Lids! So you can spoon fresh baby food right into the Storage Cups and twist on the Date-Dial Lid to track when the
baby food was created. Then, simply refrigerate!
Or, when you are making large batches of baby food, use the NutriBullet
Baby Soft Tip Spatula to spoon purées right into the handy Batch Tray.
Cover and freeze, then either pop them out as you need them, or pop them
all out at once and save them in a freezer bag so your Batch Tray is ready
to freeze even more of Baby’s favorites. It’s that easy!
Note: Refrigerated foods need to be enjoyed within 3 days. We
recommend consuming frozen foods within 30 days for optimum
freshness.
The Batch Trays
To save even more time and money,
it’s easy to make large batches of your
baby’s favorite foods and freeze them
for later use. The NutriBullet Baby
Batch Trays are perfect for freezing
over 24 ounces of baby food and the
BPA-free silicone “easy pop” cups
make it a breeze to pop out one serving
to several servings, or all 12 NutriBullet
Baby servings with ease.
The Soft Tip Spatula
The NutriBullet Baby Soft-Tip Spatula has been specifically
designed to get your baby food creations into the NutriBullet Baby
storage vessels with ease. To clean, simply give it a quick rinse
with warm soapy water.
The NutriBullet Baby Storage Tools Include:
Six Storage Cups with Date-Dial Lids
Your NutriBullet Baby System comes with 6 revolutionary Date-Dial Storage
Cups that are refrigerator friendly. Simply
spoon your baby food in, twist on the lid
and turn the Date-Dial to show the date
you created the food. Now you never
have to guess when you made the food
– you’ll know exactly when you made it.
The Date-Dial Storage Cups are BPA-free.
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4 Serving
When it’s chow time, serving NutriBullet Baby Food couldn’t be easier! For
refrigerated foods, you can serve right from the storage cup or portion out
a serving from the Short Cup. Never save leftovers that have come in to
contact with a used or dirty spoon. Always throw out leftovers!
T o defrost frozen foods, remove the food from the freezer and place into
the refrigerator a few hours ahead of mealtime, or place the sealed food in
a sealed plastic bag into a bowl of cold water. If you are in a rush, change
the water a few times until the food is defrosted.
DO NOT USE THE NUTRIBULLET BABY CUPS OR COMPONENTS
IN THE MICROWAVE FOR DEFROSTING OR WARMING.
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Using the
NutriBullet Baby
Blender
Making Large Batches of Fruit and
Vegetable Purées
ALWAYS use clean hands, clean cooking utensils, clean
preparation surface(s), clean pots/pans, etc. when
making and preparing homemade baby food.
Cleanliness is VERY important when making
homemade baby food.
1 Twist the Baby Blend Blade on to the bottom of the
Batchbowl for puréeing large batches of baby food.
2 Add thoroughly steamed or soft boiled fruits/vegetables after it cools into the Batchbowl making sure
any skins, cores, pits or stems have been removed.
Making Smaller Batches of Fruit and Vegetable Purées
ALWAYS use clean hands, clean cooking utensils, clean preparation surface(s),
clean pots/pans, etc. when making and preparing homemade baby food.
Cleanliness is VERY important when making homemade baby food.
1 A dd thoroughly steamed or soft boiled fruits/vegetables after it cools into the Short Cup making sure that
any skins, cores, pits or stems have been removed.
2 A dd ¼ cup of water (you can always add more if
you’d like a thinner purée).
3 T wist the Baby Blend Blade onto the Short Cup for
puréeing, or twist the Milling Blade onto the Short Cup
for milling.
4 P lace the Short Cup onto the Power Base, push down and
twist to engage the motor.
5 B lend your food until you’ve achieved the desired consistency.
6 E ither place into a bowl and serve or spoon your purée into
the Date-Dial Storage Cups to store in the refrigerator.
3 A dd 1/8 - 1/4 cup of water (you can always add more if
you’d like a thinner purée).
7 F or longer term storage, spoon your purée into the Batch
Tray, snap on the lid and freeze.
4 Place the top onto the Batchbowl and twist into place.
Note: Refrigerated foods must be consumed within 3
days. Frozen foods are good for up to 30 days.
5 Place the Batchbowl onto the Power Base, push down
and twist to engage the motor.
6 Blend your food until you’ve achieved the desired
consistency. Use the Pulse Technique (page 29) for
creating textured foods.
7 Spoon your purée into the Date-Dial Storage Cups
to store in the refrigerator. – Don’t forget to set
your date.
r, for longer term storage, spoon your purée into the Batch Tray and freeze.
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Note: Refrigerated foods must be consumed within 3 days. Frozen
foods are good for up to 30 days.
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Milling Grains and Rice
For Cereals
Short Cup Milling For Smaller Batches
ALWAYS use clean hands, clean cooking utensils, clean preparation surface(s),
clean pots/pans, etc. when making and preparing homemade baby food.
Cleanliness is VERY important when making homemade baby food.
1 A dd the desired amount of rice or grains into the
Short Cup.
2 Twist on the Milling Blade.
3 P lace the Short Cup onto the Power Base and twist to
start grinding.
rind until you’ve achieved a fine powder (see brown
4 G
rice purée recipe on page 59).
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NutriBullet Baby
Techniques
The Pulse Technique
The Pulse Technique comes in handy when Baby is ready
for chunkier, more textured fare. Pulsing takes a tiny bit of
getting used to, but once you get a feel for it, you’ll be a pro
in no time! To Pulse, you simply press straight down on the
cup very quickly and immediately release.
THE SECRET: The trick to successful Pulsing is to make
sure that the machine doesn’t accidentally slip into purée
mode. To avoid this, use your other hand to apply
counter-clockwise pressure as you Pulse
The “Shake” Technique
Sometimes, when you are working with thicker recipes, like
Chicken, Brown Rice and Squash (page 76) the density of the
mixture can make it hard for the ingredients toward the top of
the cup to make it down to the blade.
If some of your ingredients are having a hard time making it down
to the blade, simply use this Shake technique.
Step 1: Remove the Batchbowl/Short Cup assembly from the
Power Base… pick it up and shake it like a cocktail shaker.
Step 2: Place the vessel back onto the Power Base.
Step 3: Repeat… if necessary until you achieve the
consistency you want.
Note: You may need to add more water to get the right consistency.
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Preparing for the Big Day*
The American Academy of Pediatrics states that the best time to start feeding
your baby solids is between 4 and 6 months. Some pediatricians even go on
to say, the closer to 6 months, the better. Your baby’s digestive system is not
mature enough to handle solids until the 4th month. This may be even later for
preemies. So even though people may suggest feeding your baby earlier, your
baby and your pediatrician will let you know when it’s time for solids.
Signs That Your Baby Is Ready For Solid Food
Experts all agree that there are obvious signs when your baby is ready to start
eating solids. Here is a comprehensive list of those signs. Please remember,
even though you may get pressure from others to start your baby on solids,
your baby will let you know when the time is right.
• Baby is at least 4 months old but somewhere between 4 and 6 months.
• Baby has doubled birth weight.
• Baby can sit upright with support and has the ability to “lean in” for
more food.
• Baby can turn away to show that mealtime is over.
• Baby seems very interested in what you are eating.
• Baby seems consistently hungry after nursing or drinking a bottle.
• Baby can swallow food vs. instinctively pushing it out with tongue.
• Baby can bring an object to his/her mouth.
* T he information contained in our guide and cookbook are not a substitute to regular baby
care. Always consult your pediatrician regarding nutrition and the feeding of your child.
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What Do I Need?
Soft Tipped Spoons
Vegetable Steamer or a nonstick Pot
Most foods need to be cooked before they can be puréed into baby food except
for soft foods like bananas and avocados. Steaming preserves many of the
nutrients inside fruits and vegetables but, boiling is another great alternative.
We recommend using the water you boiled your fruits and vegetables in as it
adds some of the vitamins and minerals back into your purée. Let the foods
cool down before blending.
High Chair with Tray
Choosing a high chair is an important task. Safety is always first, so stability is
the first thing to test on a high chair and the safety strap is second. The strap
should prevent Baby from standing or moving around too much in the chair.
Then it’s on to the tray which should be easy to remove (think one hand) for
cleaning and should have a “lip” around the entire tray to keep food and liquids
from spilling onto the floor. Comfort is another consideration, so keep that in
mind when choosing your high chair and give the padding a once over to see if
it’s soft and cozy.
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Baby’s mouth is very sensitive, that’s why baby stores are full of different types
of spoons designed for Baby’s first meals. Take a look at what’s out there and
decide what you think is right for your little one. It’s always safe to grab one
or three different spoon styles and then purchase more once you know which
ones work to your liking.
Bibs
Very little of Baby’s first few meals is going to wind up in Baby’s mouth. Most
of it will wind up somewhere between Baby’s forehead and the floor. If you
want to protect Baby’s cute little outfit – a bib is a must.
Floor Mat
Which brings us to the floor mat! Much of your baby’s fare will end up on the
floor. To protect carpet or porous flooring, be sure to get a High Chair Floor Mat.
Basically, it’s a tarp to throw under Baby’s high chair to protect whatever is below.
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What is on the Menu?
Allergy Alert
Certain foods have a significantly higher likelihood to cause an allergic reaction
in babies – and that’s why we’ve avoided all of those foods! With the NutriBullet Baby feeding program, we’ve created a schedule where only the very safest
foods are offered to your baby for the first two months of eating solids. Then
we introduce some low risk foods and ultimately a full spectrum of healthy foods
will be offered in a manner where it’s easy to identify any possible allergic reactions
so you’ll be able to quickly track that back to the culprit. Here is an at-a-glance
chart to help you get an overview of what is safe and what is risky.
Signs of an Allergic Reaction
Gas
Diarrhea
Nausea
Vomiting
Stomach Pain
Coughing
Wheezing
Difficulty Breathing
Lip/Face Swelling
Rash
Clear Runny Nose
Itching
Irritability
Fatigue
Eczema
Eye Swelling
Note: Even a small allergic reaction can be the first sign of a severe reaction. Please
call your pediatrician at any sign of an allergic reaction!
First Year No-No List
Eggs
Milk
Peanuts
Soy
Tree Nuts
Fish
Shell Fish
• None of these foods should be consumed in the 1st year
without pediatrician approval.
Other Possible Allergens
Apples
Apricots
Bananas
Carrots
Cantaloupe
Celery
Corn
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Cherries
Fennel Seeds
Hazelnuts
Honeydew Melon
Oranges
Parsely
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Potatoes
Sunflower Seeds
Tomatoes
Watermelon
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Food Chart for
Months 4 - 6
Prepping for the Big Day!
Tripod with camera perfectly situated
Excited calls to Mom and best friend
High chair
Soft tipped spoon
Super cute bib
Floor mat
Homemade first meal made with love… it’s time to make it!
Choose from these foods –
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1 Avocado
Baby’s first meal will be made from one of the foods on this short list:
Banana
Sweet Potato
Pear
Yellow Squash
Zucchini
Green Peas
Apple
Avocado
Brown Rice Cereal
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
1 Squash
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1 Banana
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
1 Cup Peas
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
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1 Pear
Using the ever-important 4-Day Food Introduction Schedule,
Baby’s first week on solids means only 2 foods will be introduced. Choose your 2 favorites and its almost time to use
your NutriBullet Baby!!
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1 Apple
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servings (8 oz)
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
10 NutriBullet Baby
servings (20 oz)
=
1 Sweet Potato
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When it’s time to choose the very first food that will go into your baby’s mouth,
suddenly the list seems rather long! Don’t fret! Close your eyes and point at
this page to choose the first two foods if you have to…because the very
first meal will most likely be only about a tablespoon.
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=
10 NutriBullet Baby
servings (20 oz)
=
5 NutriBullet Baby
servings (10 oz)
1 Zucchini
=
1 Cup Brown Rice
Cereal
16 NutriBullet Baby
servings (32 oz)
Note: Fruit and vegetable sizes vary, so you may wind up with more or less food.
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Making the Right
Amount of Food for
Week One
For the first week, each meal should not be much more than a tablespoon.
Food only keeps for 3 days in the refrigerator, so it’s a good idea to fill 4-3
Storage Cups to the halfway mark with flavor #1 and then 4-3 Storage Cups to
the half way mark with flavor #2. Fill the Batch Tray with any remaining purée
and freeze for later use, so you’ll have it for backup.
Important!! Don’t feed baby straight out of the cup unless you are going to
finish the contents or throw away any remaining food. You cannot reuse any
remaining food as germs and bacteria may have gotten in by way of the spoon.
Now, it’s finally time to use the NutriBullet Baby! The instructions for creating
Baby’s first purée can be found on pages 50 through 59. You’ll be using the
Short Cup to create Baby’s First Foods, so if you need to review the
instructions, turn to page 25.
Note: Depending on the two flavors you have chosen…you may have some extra baby food. If so,
put the contents in the Batch Tray and freeze for later use.
Week One Flavor #1
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Storage Reminder! Fresh food keeps in the refrigerator for 3 days.
Frozen food keeps for about 30 days.
• DO NOT FILL BATCH TRAY CUPS MORE THAN 2/3 FULL TO
PREVENT FREEZER BURN AND LEAKAGE.
• MAKE SURE ALL SIDES OF THE BATCH TRAY LID ARE SNAPPED
ON AND SEALED TO AVOID FREEZER BURN.
Week One Flavor #2
Freezer
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Ready for the Big Day!
You are officially ready! Here are some tips for making Baby’s first meal a
wonderful experience for both of you.
1 Offer the first meal at a time when Baby isn’t too hungry.
2 O
ffer the first meal early in the day (morning or afternoon) just in case there
is a reaction such as gas or colic.
3 M
ake sure you are in a good mood. Your attitude towards this meal has a lot
to do with how this is going to go.
4 O
ffer food that is a bit warm (think 98.7 degrees) or cool.
Don’t overheat foods!!
5 T he consistency of the food should be almost liquid, it should run off
of the spoon. Feel free to add water, formula or breast milk to achieve
the right consistency.
Go Time!
At a regularly scheduled AM or midday feeding time, stop halfway through
breast feeding or halfway through a bottle and place Baby in the highchair.
Checklist
1) Baby strapped in high chair.
2) Bib on.
3) Spoon and clean up towel.
4) Protective floor mat.
5) The liquid thin food’s temperature is
somewhere from moderately cool to warm.
6) SMILE.
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Feeding Baby
Place a tiny bit of food onto the spoon and put some on Baby’s
lips. Then place the spoon on the bottom lip and slip the spoon
gently into Baby’s mouth. This may cause Baby’s tongue to
push the food back out. If so, use the spoon to scrape the food
off of the chin area and try putting it in Baby’s mouth again.
Repeat.
Moving forward
Depending on your baby’s age at the time of the first meal, you may be
looking at 2 servings a day pretty quickly. Follow Baby’s lead. If all meals are
being polished off with glee, go ahead and try another meal 3-4 hours after the
first one. As Baby gets more used to eating, you will be ready to follow the Stage
One Feeding Schedule on page 48.
It the tongue keeps pushing the food back out, don’t worry…never push Baby to
eat. If the first meal doesn’t go well…no worries. Try again in a few days.
Ending Mealtime
A closed mouth, turned head and fussiness are all signs that mealtime is over.
If there is food left, throw it out. Never force Baby to continue eating when full.
Throw out any leftovers that have come into contact with Baby’s mouth or the spoon.
You did it! Congratulations!!! Now jot down ALL the details in the NutriBullet
Baby Journal on page 96.
Week 1
For week one, you will continue to feed Baby one meal a day. After 2 days, make
sure you take the servings for day 3 and 4 out of the freezer and place them in
the refrigerator to thaw. On day 4, take the servings for day 5 and 6 out of the
freezer and place in the refrigerator to thaw.
Week 2
For week 2, you can offer a third flavor, but stay on the 4-Day Food Introduction
Schedule, but offer Baby a bit more food than in week one. Offer half of a NutriBullet Baby serving one time a day, but always watch for Baby to let you know
when mealtime is over.
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Stage One Perfect Purées
Stage One foods start with Baby’s first meal and go for the next 6-8 weeks.
During Stage One, very simple, low allergy risk ingredients are puréed to a very
thin consistency. New foods should be introduced on a 4-day schedule, which
means that only one new food is introduced per 4-day period. This is critical
for tracking any allergic reactions to a particular food. Use your food journal on
page 96 to record what Baby ate, what time, how much and any reactions to
the food. (Bowel Movements, cranky, rash, etc).
=
1 Cup Peas
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
=
1 Pear
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
Food Chart for
Months 4 - 6
=
1 Avocado
=
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
1 Squash
=
1 Banana
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=
1 Apple
10 NutriBullet Baby
servings (20 oz)
=
5 NutriBullet Baby
servings (10 oz)
1 Zucchini
=
1 Cup Brown Rice
Cereal
16 NutriBullet Baby
servings (32 oz)
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
Note: Fruit and vegetable sizes vary, so you may wind up with more or less food.
=
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
1 Sweet Potato
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Every child is different, but this chart is a great place to help you start
determining your baby’s food needs for the day. Remember to start with just
one food and stick with that for 4 days. Then, work in a new food and eat only
those two foods for the next 4 days and so on and so on until your baby has
tried all of the foods on the safest foods list. Never introduce more than one
new food every 4 days and keep good notes about each new food in your
food journal. That way if any rashes or strange poop appears, you’ll be able to
track it back to the offending food.
Preparing Stage One Foods:
Perfect Purées
Feeding Schedule
for Months 4 - 6
Time
Food
Drink
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
1/4 to 1 NutriBullet Baby servings Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Bedtime
Foods: avocado, brown rice cereal, peas, zucchini, squash, apple,
pear, banana, sweet potato.
Food groups: 2 - 4 servings of fruits and vegetables.
1 - 2 servings of cereal.
Food consistency: smooth, thin purée.
Wake Up Time
AM
Noon
Afternoon
PM
1/4 to 1 NutriBullet Baby servings
Note: Baby will work up to two servings. Start with one and continue until Baby
appears to need an additional serving. Do not reuse food that has come in
contact with Baby’s spoon or mouth! It can contain bacteria.
ALWAYS use clean hands, clean cooking utensils, clean preparation surface(s),
pots/pans, etc. when making and preparing homemade baby food. Cleanliness
is VERY important when making homemade baby food.
The information contained in our guide and cookbook are not a substitute to
regular baby care. Always consult your pediatrician regarding nutrition and the
feeding of your child.
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banana purée
sweet potato purée
Rich in potassium and known for its contributions to digestive
health, banana is a healthful and delicious food for baby.
A global favorite for baby, sweet potatoes contain vitamins
A and B6, as well as potassium and manganese. One
sweet potato goes a long way, making several servings of
baby food at once and saving you time and money. Now
that’s sweet!
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
1 whole raw banana
¼ cup of water
Baby Blend Blade
Batchbowl
1 peeled sweet potato boiled or steamed until very soft
1 banana
yields 8 oz of
baby food.
1 cup of water
1 sweet potato
yields 20 oz of
baby food.
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – add less water if you want a thicker
food or more water for a thinner purée.
10 seconds
1.) Twist the Baby Blend Blade onto the Batchbowl.
2.) Add both ingredients to the Batchbowl and secure
the lid.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – because sweet potato is so thick
and starchy, you may need to use the Pulse
Technique on page 29.
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zucchini purée
pear purée
Zucchini is a wonderful food for your little one. Even
the pickiest eaters will enjoy its mild flavor, while
parents will love its vitamin C and B6 content!
Sweet and tender pear makes a divine purée for baby,
containing both fiber and folate for your little one.
Baby Blend Blade
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
Short Cup
1 pear boiled or steamed until soft (must be peeled and cored)
1 zucchini boiled or steamed until soft, then cut
1 zucchini
yields 10 oz of
baby food.
¼ cup of water
¼ cup of water
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – add less water if you want a thicker
food or more water for a thinner purée.
1 pear yields 8
oz of baby food.
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – add less water if you want a thicker
food or more water for a thinner purée.
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green pea purée
Baby will soon say please to peas! These little green bits
are sweet and tasty, and contain vitamins K and B6.
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
1 cup of steamed frozen or steamed fresh peas
¼ cup of water
1 cup of peas
yields 8 oz of
baby food.
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – add less water if you want a thicker food or
more water for a thinner purée.
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squash purée
apple purée
Creamy and mellow squash makes a nutritious first
meal for Baby. Its mild flavor mixes beautifully with other
fruit and vegetable purees and its soft flesh adds an
extra dose of vitamin A to any meal.
Pureed apple combines well with cereals as well as other
fruits and vegetables.
Baby Blend Blade Short Cup
Baby Blend Blade Batchbowl
1 apple boiled or steamed until soft (must be peeled and cored)
¼ cup of water
1 yellow squash
yields 20 oz of
baby food.
1 yellow squash boiled or steamed until soft (with
tips removed)
1 medium apple
yields 6 oz of
baby food.
¼ cup of water
1.) Twist the Baby Blend Blade onto the bottom of
the Batchbowl.
2.) Add squash and water to the Batchbowl and secure
the lid.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – add less water if you want a thicker
food or more water for a thinner purée.
10 seconds
Note – add less water if you want a thicker
food or more water for a thinner purée.
10 seconds
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avocado purée
brown rice cereal
Often called the perfect food, avocado provides
a good helping of vitamins, minerals, and healthy
fats. Mild and creamy—what’s not to like about
avocado?
Nutritionally dense and high in fiber, brown rice can be
served alone or combined with any fruit or vegetable
for an energy-boosting purée.
Baby Blend Blade Short Cup
Milling Blade
Short Cup
1 peeled and pitted avocado
1/2 cup of brown rice
¼ cup of water
4 cups of water
1 avocado
yields 8 oz of
baby food.
1/2 cup of rice
yields 16 oz of
baby food.
1.) Add both ingredients to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
Note – to make a thinner purée add more
water and blend for a bit longer.
10 seconds
1.) Add 1/2 cup of uncooked brown rice to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Milling Blade and mill to a fine powder.
3.) Add the milled brown rice and 4 cups of water to a pot
and cover until it boils. Then, turn down heat to low and
cook with cover for 20 minutes.
4.) Test the consistency of the brown rice cereal. If you want it
thinner, add more water.
5.) Once the ideal consistency is achieved, pour brown rice
cereal into storage cups to refrigerate and/or the Batch
Tray to freeze.
Note – This is a great cereal to combine with any
fruit or vegetable purée. Higher in fiber and nutrition
than white rice, brown rice is great for energy and
the development of a healthy nervous system. Milled brown
rice cereal is a fantastic first food for Baby and combines
perfectly with all fruit and vegetable purées.
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7 Months!
Continue to feed your little one Perfect Purées on the 4-day Food Introduction
Schedule until you’ve tried all of the foods from the Safest Foods List. Start to mix
single flavored fruit or veggie purées with brown rice, millet or oatmeal cereal to
keep things interesting. Feel free to combine any of the foods that you’ve already
sampled and know agree with Baby. So, try apple and banana or green beans and
yellow squash…mix it up!!
Food Chart for
Month 7
=
20 Spears of
Asparagus
=
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
White Potato
=
=
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
Carrot
8 NutriBullet Baby
servings (16 oz)
1 Cup Milled
Oatmeal Cereal
10 NutriBullet Baby
servings (20 oz)
Chart for
= Food
Month 7=
1 Cup of
Green Beans
1 Cup Milled
Millet Cereal
5 NutriBullet Baby
servings (10 oz)
10 NutriBullet Baby
servings (20 oz)
=
Peach
5 NutriBullet Baby
servings (10 oz)
Note: Fruit and vegetable sizes vary, so you may wind up with more or less food.
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Additional Food Possibilities
Cottage Cheese
Tofu
All Natural Plain Yogurt
Stage One:
Perfect Combo Purées
Though soy and dairy are included on the First Year No-No list (pg 36), some
pediatricians may recommend adding small amounts of tofu, plain yogurt, and
cottage cheese into Baby’s diet at the 7-month mark. Check with your pediatrician to decide whether or not these foods will work for your little one, and as with
all new foods, follow the 4-day Food Introduction Schedule and document all
information in your Food Journal.
Feeding Schedule
for Month 7
Time
Wake Up Time
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Bedtime
Food
None
1 to 1 1/2 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 to 1 1/2 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 to 1 1/2 NutriBullet Baby servings
None
Drink
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Foods: avocado, brown rice cereal, peas, zucchini, squash, apple, pear,
banana, sweet potato, asparagus, carrots, green beans, white potato, peach,
tofu, cottage cheese, milled oatmeal cereal, milled millet cereal
Food groups: 3 - 4 servings of fruits and vegetables. 1 - 3 servings of cereal.
1/2 serving of dairy.
Food consistency: Smooth purée (a little less water than last month).
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combo purées
oatmeal cereal combos
Combine your favorite two purées into one flavor
extravaganza. Mix fruits and veggies together for tasty
delights. Always use the 4-Day Food Introduction
Schedule when introducing new foods.
Mild and comforting oatmeal combines well with fruit and
vegetable purées, adding fiber and oaty goodness to your
baby’s meal.
Milling Blade
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
1/2 cup of steamed or boiled green beans
Short Cup
1/2 cup of Whole Oats
4 cups of water
1/2 cup of cooked brown rice
1/8 cup of water
1.) Add all ingredients to the Short Cup and twist on the Baby
Blend Blade.
2.) Blend until you’ve achieved the proper consistency.
3.) Serve!
Note – Other great combinations to consider:
Mango and Banana
Apples and Plums
Green Beans and Brown Rice
Pear and Millet
Apples and Oatmeal
Peas and Carrots
Yellow Squash and Brown Rice
1.) Add 1/2 cup of uncooked whole oats to the Short Cup.
2.) Twist on the Milling Blade and mill into a fine powder.
3.) Add the milled oatmeal and 4 cups of water to a pot
and cover until it boils.
4.) Once it hits a boil, turn down heat to low and cook
with cover on for 20 minutes.
5.) Test the consistency of the oatmeal cereal – if you
want it thinner, add more water.
6.) Pour into a bowl and combine with your favorite fruit
or veggie purée. (2 oz cereal w/2 oz fruit or veggie)
7.) Enjoy!
1 cup of whole
oats yields 20
oz of stage one
baby food.
Note – This is a great cereal to combine with
any fruit or vegetable purée.
Tip – Make combos with fresh ingredients,
or use two preprepared purées and mix them
together!
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8 Months!
Even more flavors await your baby this month. Plus, it’s a great time to start
creating purées with a bit more texture to keep things interesting – and delicious!
Simply add a bit less water and use the Pulse Technique on page 29 to find the
right consistency for Baby. (If the new texture is not appreciated, simply add more
water and blend NutriBullet Baby servings to create a smoother purée, then try the
thicker texture a few days later.) Now that Baby has so many flavors to choose
from, it’s a great time to start Batch Cooking.
Even though Baby’s digestive system is maturing, it’s still VERY important to use the
4-day Food Introduction Schedule for every single new food that is introduced and
track any and all reactions in the Food Journal.
Food Chart for
Month 8
=
1 Cup of
Cantaloupe
1 Cup of
Watermelon
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
=
3.5 NutriBullet Baby
servings (7 oz)
2 Plums
• Don’t Cook
=
=
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
• Don’t Cook
=
4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
1/3 Head of
Cauliflower
=
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
• Don’t Cook
1 Cup of
Pineapple
=
1/3 Head of
Broccoli
6 NutriBullet Baby
servings (12 oz)
=
3 NutriBullet Baby
servings (6 oz)
1 Cup Kale
1/2 of Eggplant
6 NutriBullet Baby
servings (12 oz)
=
1 cup of turnip
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4 NutriBullet Baby
servings (8 oz)
Note: Fruit and vegetable sizes vary, so you may wind up with more or less food.
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Batch Cooking with
NutriBullet Baby
Now is when you really get to take advantage of all that the NutriBullet Baby has to offer and make several flavors of baby food in minutes!
Here’s how you do it:
Choose your weekly menu and
determine the quantities by using
the Food Charts provided in each
section and in your Pocket
Nutritionist. Then, boil or steam
all the fruits and vegetables in a big
pot, so they cook at the same time.
Then, peel, skin or core the fruits and vegetables (some skins come off easily after
boiling or steaming) and add ¼ to ½ cup of water (water the produce boiled in is
best because it has all the nutrients) and blend to the right texture. You can create
several flavors in just minutes!
For foods you plan to serve within 3 days, refrigerate in either the Short Cup or
in the Storage Cups. Use the Date-Dial to keep track of the preparation date.
For freezing, spoon into the Batch Tray and freeze for up to 30 days.
Creating a week’s worth of delicious, wholesome baby food has never been easier!
Feeding Schedule
for Month 8
Time
If you’ve chosen any non-cook
flavors, like banana, watermelon,
canteloupe, pineapple or
avocado… create those purées
while the other flavors cook. They
just need to be skinned, peeled,
cored and/or seeded.
Wake Up Time
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Bedtime
Quantity
Drink
None
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
None
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Foods: avocado, brown rice cereal, peas, zucchini, squash, apple, pear, banana, sweet
potato, asparagus, carrots, green beans, white potato, peach, tofu, cottage cheese, milled
oatmeal cereal, milled millet cereal, apricot, cantaloupe, plum, watermelon, broccoli,
cauliflower, lentils, turnip, kale, eggplant, pineapple, greens.
Food groups: 4 - 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. 2 - 3 servings of cereal.
2 servings of protein.
Food consistency: Smooth purée - a little thicker than last month.
CHECK GASKET BEFORE EACH USE TO MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY SEATED
IN THE BABY BLEND BLADE OR MILLING BLADE. ATTEMPTED REMOVAL OF
THE GASKET MAY PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE BLADE CONFIGURATION AND
CAUSE LEAKAGE.
IF IN TIME A GASKET BECOMES LOOSE OR DAMAGED, PLEASE CONTACT
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR A REPLACEMENT NUTRIBULLET BABY BLADE
HOLDER. DO NOT RUN MOTOR FOR MORE THAN ONE MINUTE, AS IT CAN CAUSE
PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE. IF THE MOTOR STOPS WORKING,
UNPLUG THE POWER BASE AND LET IT COOL FOR A FEW HOURS BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO USE IT AGAIN. YOUR NUTRIBULLET BABY HAS AN INTERNAL
THERMAL BREAKER THAT SHUTS OFF THE UNIT IF IT OVERHEATS. THE POWER
BASE WILL RESET WHEN THE THERMAL BREAKER COOLS DOWN.
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Stage One:
Perfect Thicker Purées
textured turnip
A good source of vitamin C, turnip makes a savory and
satisfying purée that Baby will devour. To keep your
turnip nice and thick, you’ll use the Pulsing Technique
on page 29.
Baby Blend Blade
Batchbowl
1 cup of well cooked, skinned turnip
¼ cup of water
1.) Twist the Baby Blend Blade onto the bottom of the Batchbowl.
2.) Add both ingredients to the Batchbowl and secure the lid.
3.) Place the Batchbowl onto the Power Base.
4.) Press straight down on the cup very quickly and
immediately release.
5.) Pulse the turnip a few times until you have a nice
textured consistency.
One cup of
steamed, boiled
or baked turnip
(remove skin and
greens) yields
8 oz of stage one
baby food.
Note – To make a thinner purée add more water and
blend for a bit longer.
Tip! – Use the Pulsing Technique (page 29) to
create food with a more textured consistency.
Turnip and Brown Rice
It’s like Thanksgiving dinner in a purée – these 2
flavors create a savory, satisfying meal you are sure to
serve again and again.
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apricot and oatmeal
This sweet and tangy purée combines vitamin A in
apricots with heart-healthy oatmeal for a delicious and
healthful meal for baby.
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
1 cup of well cooked, pitted and peeled apricots
¼ cup of water
¼ cup of very cooked oatmeal
1.) Add water and apricot to the Short Cup
2.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
4.) Spoon in cooked oatmeal until you achieve the right
texture for Baby.
Note – To make a thinner purée add more water
and blend for a bit longer.
Tip! – Combine any fruit or vegetable with any
cereal. Just be sure to use the 4 Day Food
Introduction Schedule.
Apples and Oatmeal
Sure to be one of Baby’s favorites! Simply
combine a NutriBullet Baby serving of apple purée
with a NutriBullet Baby serving of oatmeal cereal
and get ready for some serious eating!!
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Stage Two - Tasty Textures
At this stage of Baby’s development, it’s time to thicken the meals up a bit.
Start slow by adding well cooked rice, oatmeal or tiny pasta bits (stars are
perfect) into purées. This adds a bit of texture and flavor. Stage 2 is a great
time to start combining flavors as well. This will help you introduce more
flavors and will help Baby develop a more mature palette.
During Stage 2 many wonderful foods can be introduced into Baby’s diet.
Chicken, red meat and shredded cheese… to name a few. Now that Baby
has a much longer list of flavors to choose from, it’s a great idea to make large
batches of NutriBullet Baby servings in advance (see batch cooking page 68).
That way, when a recipe calls for something like chicken – just throw in a
thawed NutriBullet Baby serving of chicken – it couldn’t be easier. It will save
you an incredible amount of preparation time which allows you to be creative
without spending too much time in the kitchen.
Stage 2 is a wonderful and fun time to start introducing finger foods such as
cereal, tiny bits of fruit and minced pieces of vegetables.
Feeding Schedule for Month 9
Time
Wake Up Time
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Bedtime
Food
Drink
None
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
1 1/2 to 3 NutriBullet Baby servings
None
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Breast/bottle
Foods: avocado, brown rice cereal, peas, zucchini, squash, apple, pear, banana, sweet
potato, asparagus, carrots, green beans, white potato, peach, tofu, cottage cheese, milled
oatmeal cereal, milled millet cereal, apricot, cantaloupe, plum, watermelon, broccoli,
cauliflower, beets, brussels sprouts, lentils, turnip, kale, eggplant, pineapple, greens, red
meat, fish, turkey, beans, cheese.
Food groups: 4 - 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. 2 - 3 servings of cereal.
2 servings of protein.
Food consistency: Smooth purée - a little thicker than last month.
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New Foods to Introduce!
Red Meat
Fish
Turkey
Black Beans
Kidney Beans
Garbanzos
Shredded Cheese
Whole Rice
Small/Well Cooked Pasta
Diced Veggies
Diced Fruits
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chicken, brown rice
squash
turkey, rice and
carrot
This tasty meal contains lean protein and high-fiber
complex carbohydrates. Purée a small portion for baby
and serve the solid mixture to the rest of the family!
Delicious and nutritious, this is sure to become a favorite.
Baby Blend Blade
Baby Blend Blade
Batchbowl
Batchbowl
One carrot steamed or boiled until soft
One steamed/boiled yellow squash
½ cup of fully cooked, diced turkey breast
½ cup of fully cooked chicken breast
½ cup of cooked rice (ideally brown)*
½ cup of cooked brown rice
/ cup – ¼ cup of chicken or veggie broth
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* If Baby is handling textures well, add the rice in
AFTER puréeing.
1.) Twist the Baby Blend Blade on to the bottom of
the Batchbowl.
2.) Add the ingredients to the Batchbowl and secure the lid.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
4.) Enjoy or store.
Note – at this stage, thicker purées are better for
your baby. But if Baby is having a hard time
swallowing the thicker food – or keeps pushing
the food out – stick with a thinner purée for a few
more weeks.
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1 - 2 cups of chicken or veggie broth
* If Baby is handling textures well, add the rice in
AFTER puréeing.
1.) Twist the Baby Blend Blade on to the bottom of
the Batchbowl.
2.) Add the ingredients to the Batchbowl and secure the lid.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
4.) Enjoy or store.
Note – at this stage, thicker purées are better
for your baby. But if Baby is having a hard time
swallowing the thicker food – or keeps pushing
the food out – stick with a thinner purée for a
few more weeks.
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10 - 12 Months!
Now that Baby has grown accustomed to solid foods, you can phase out baby-only
purées and start creating meals the WHOLE family can enjoy! Spoon an appropriate
portion of your family’s soup, pasta, or rice-based dish into the NutriBullet Baby, add
water, and blend until you’ve achieved the proper consistency to serve to Baby as
well. The less custom baby meals you prepare, the more time you will have AWAY
from the kitchen! Family leftovers can also be puréed in the NutriBullet Baby and
stored in the refrigerator or freezer, provided that a used utensil has not touched
them.
Self Feeding
It is very important to encourage self-feeding once your baby has reached 10 months.
Provide Baby with a spoon at each meal and serve consistencies that keep their
shape when traveling from bowl to mouth to minimize spillage. Prepare tiny bits of
food that Baby can pinch between fingers at every feeding; beans and small pieces of
fruit make wonderful finger foods for little mouths.
Though wheat is included on the First Year No-No List (pg 36), many pediatricians
recommend pasta and cereal as introductory finger foods. Check with your doctor to
see if your child can benefit from these wheat products at the 10-month mark.
Also, if your pediatrician approves, begin adding nuts and nut butters to your baby’s
diet, as they are easy to prepare and full of protein, nutrients, and healthy fats. As with
all new foods, follow the 4-day Food Introduction Schedule and document all reactions in your Food Journal.
Feeding Schedule
for Months 10 - 12
Time
Food
Drink
Wake Up Time
Breast/bottle
Breakfast
3 - 4 NutriBullet Baby Servings
Breast/bottle
Lunch
3 - 4 NutriBullet Baby Servings
Breast/bottle
Snack
1 - 2 NutriBullet Baby Servings
Water
Dinner
3 - 4 NutriBullet Baby Servings
Breast/bottle
Bedtime
Breast/bottle
Foods: avocado, brown rice cereal, peas, zucchini, squash, apple, pear, banana,
sweet potato, asparagus, carrots, green beans, white potato, peach, tofu,
cottage cheese, milled oatmeal cereal, milled millet cereal, apricot, cantaloupe, plum,
watermelon, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, brussel sprouts, lentils, turnip, kale,
eggplant, pineapple, greens, nut butter, red meat, fish, turkey, beans, cheese.
Food groups: 4 - 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. 4 servings of grains, 2 - 3 servings of protein, 1
serving of dairy (1/2 cup yogurt or 1 oz of grated cheese).
Food consistency: Increase the chunkiness, plenty of finger foods.
Recipes for
Months 10 - 12
Keep Introducing New Flavors
Once you pass the one-year mark, Baby may become a bit more finicky about trying
new foods, so do your best to introduce a wide spectrum of textures and flavors
between the 10 and 12-month marks.
Now that Baby’s dishes contain more ingredients, you will save time by making larger
batches of NutriBullet Baby servings in advance. Schedule one or two days to cook a
few favorite single-ingredient purées, and store them in the freezer (see batch cooking on g 70). You will then have several ingredients on hand when a recipe calls for a
specific purée—saving you preparation time and allowing you greater creativity on a
moment’s notice.
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petite pancakes
Stack the breakfast table with a batch (or two) of these
family flapjacks! Cut Baby’s into bite-sized bits, and serve
‘em big for Mommy and Daddy. Add a serving pear or
apple purée to your batter for an extra dose of flavor,
fiber, and nutrition.
Baby Blend Blade
Batchbowl
1 cup whole wheat flour
3 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
3/4 cup milk (or breast milk/formula)
1.) Twist on the Baby Blend Blade onto the bottom of
the Batchbowl.
2.) Add all ingredients to the Batchbowl and secure the lid.
3.) Purée until you have achieved the proper smoothness.
4.) Spray a frying pan with olive oil and cook half dollar sized
pancakes over medium heat until golden brown.
Pear Pancakes
Add 1 NutriBullet Baby serving of pear purée to the
ingredients and blend. Yum!
Banana Pancakes
Add 2 NutriBullet Baby servings of banana purée (or
½ a banana) to the ingredients and blend. Yum!
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minestrone
This classic Italian soup bursts with flavor in every bite!
Make in big batches to freeze and serve for busy nights.
Baby Blend Blade
Batchbowl
1/3 cup green bean purée (or 1 NutriBullet Baby
serving of green beans)
1/3 cup yellow squash purée (or 1 NutriBullet Baby
serving of yellow squash)
1 cup of marinara sauce (or 3 NutriBullet Baby
servings of marinara)
1 Tbs olive oil
1 clove of garlic (optional)
¼ cup of water
1 cup of cooked green bean bits
1 cup browned ground beef (or turkey)
½ cup cooked or canned kidney beans (no liquid)
1 cup of veggie broth
1 cup cooked mini-elbow pasta
1.) Add the first 6 ingredients to the Batchbowl and blend
until smooth.
2.) Pour the contents into a sauce pan and cook over medium heat
until heated through.
3.) Add in the beef, beans, broth, pasta and heat to desired
temperature.
4.) Serve or store.
Veggie Minestrone
Omit the ground beef from the recipe.
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One Year +
What a difference a year makes! At this point of development, Baby’s eating habits
are becoming more like your own. Baby should be self-feeding with both fingers
and spoons, and growing more vocal about likes and dislikes.
At the one year mark, it is more important than ever to serve Baby a variety of
flavors and textures, as what you introduce now will set the foundation for his or
her future eating habits.
Between 12 and 24 months, children tend to grow finicky and resistant to new
foods. Encourage experimentation with your child by consistently serving a wide
variety of options from each food group. Even if servings go
untouched, your child will grow familiar with the food
you prepare and more likely to actually eat it in the
future.
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The First Year No-No List
is now Yes-Yes!
Confirm with your pediatrician before offering any of the No-No foods
(page 36) after Baby’s first birthday, but there is a good chance you are going
to get the green light on the following list.
Honey
Peanut Butter
Citrus Fruits
Raw Strawberries, Raspberries and Blackberries
Egg Whites
Whole Milk – as a drink
Shellfish/Crustaceans
Foods to Discuss with
your Pediatrician
Some foods are tougher to digest than others. Even though Baby’s digestive
system has come a long way, it is still developing. That being said, it’s a good
idea to check with your pediatrician before introducing the following foods:
Chocolate
Cabbage
Cucumbers
Vanilla
Onion (Raw)
Vanilla Flavoring
Because these foods are common allergens (hence having to wait so long to
try them!) it’s more important than ever to use your Food Journal and the 4-Day
Food Introduction Schedule when introducing anything from the new Yes – Yes List.
Additionally, if there is a family history of allergies to any of these foods, feel
free to wait a few more months to add them in. Allways consult your
pediatrician for advice.
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Add Puréed Goodness
To Everything You Make
Recipes for
12 - 18 Months
Even though your baby is developing a more mature palate, there is no need to
abandon purées! The following recipes incorporate servings of Baby’s favorite
purées to stand-by meal favorites for an added nutritional boost! Add a
touch of cauliflower to mac and cheese; brew up a hearty beef stew with a base
of carrot, tomato, and yellow squash purée. The possibilities are endless!
For quick preparation, blend up multiple servings of a few different purées,
freeze, then thaw when you’re ready to use them. NutriBullet Baby purées will
save you time and give Baby the nutrition he or she enjoys time and time again!
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stealth
scrambled eggs
An egg-ceptionally delicious and nutritious breakfast that
can be made in seconds with the NutriBullet Baby! Your little
one won’t suspect a thing!
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
2 eggs
1 NutriBullet Baby serving of cauliflower purée (or zucchini)
¼ cup shredded cheese (optional)
1.) Add all of the ingredients to the Short Cup and
blend until smooth.
2.) Add a bit of cooking oil to the bottom of a frying pan and
turn on medium heat.
3.) Pour egg mixture into the frying pan and stir with a spatula
until the eggs are fluffy and full cooked.
4.) Serve immediately.
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strawberry and pear
totsicles
A sweet and healthy frozen treat for the whole family.
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
1 boiled pear (skinned and cored)
½ cup raw strawberries (remove tops)
¼ cup water
1.) Add all of the ingredients to the Short Cup and
blend until smooth.
2.) Use the Soft-Tip Spatula to spoon the ingredients into
the Batch Tray.
3.) Fill as many cups as you can and then insert a plastic
spoon into each filled cup. (use plastic wrap to keep in
place)
4.) Freeze until hard like a pop.
5.) Serve and enjoy!
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mac and cheese
Inevitably, macaroni and cheese will be one of your child’s
favorite foods. So, why not embrace the old mac and
cheese and infuse it with some puréed goodness?
This one’s a keeper!
Baby Blend Blade
Short Cup
¼ cup of cheddar cheese
¼ cup ricotta cheese
1 NutriBullet Baby serving of yellow squash or cauliflower,
1 tsp butter
2-3 Tbs milk
1 cup cooked whole grain macaroni noodles.
1.) Add all the ingredients, except for the noodles, to the Short
Cup and blend together until smooth.
2.) Heat the cheese mixture in a saucepan over medium heat
until melted and warm throughout.
3.) Toss into cooked macaroni noodles.
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NutriBullet Baby ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
At Baby Bullet, LLC, we take pride in our products. We go out of our way to
make products of superior quality and craftsmanship, products designed
to meet or exceed the demands placed on them through everyday use.
Because of this commitment to quality, we warrant the NutriBullet Baby to be free of defects for one full year. Here’s the deal: If
your NutriBullet Baby stops operating to your satisfaction due to
defects in materials or workmanship, we’ll gladly repair it or replace it for free (excluding shipping and handling charges). For warranty service, simply contact our customer service department at
www.nutrifamily.co.uk, simply click the Customer Service link, fill out
and submit the customer contact form and we will be glad to help you.
At Baby Bullet, LLC, your complete satisfaction is our daily goal (hey, we
know what it’s like to be the customer!).
Baby Bullet, LLC warrants that the NutriBullet Baby is free of defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. This warranty is valid only in accordance with the
conditions set forth below:
1. N
ormal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies to consumer use
only, and is void when the product is used in a commercial or institutional setting.
2. This warranty extends only to the original consumer purchaser and is not transferable. In
addition, proof of purchase must be demonstrated. This warranty is void if the product has
been subject to accident, misuse, abuse, improper maintenance or repair, or unauthorized
modification.
3. This limited warranty is the only written or express warranty given by Baby Bullet, LLC. Any
implied warranties on the product (including but not limited to any implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose) are limited in duration to the duration of this
warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation may not apply to you.
4. R
epair or replacement of the product (or, if repair or replacement is not feasible, a refund of the
purchase price) is the exclusive remedy of the consumer under this warranty. Baby Bullet, LLC
shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of this warranty or
any implied warranty on this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
5. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
user manual and cookbook
Make an entire week’s worth of all-natural baby food
in just minutes!
The NutriBullet Baby has all the power and convenience of the original Magic Bullet
and so much more! Specifically designed to create and store a week’s worth of
baby food in just minutes, the NutriBullet Baby system is, hands down, the leader
in baby food making for quality, efficiency and affordability.
With the NutriBullet Baby, in less time than it takes to go to the store and buy
one jar of food, you can create 7 flavors of delicious, preservative free baby food
using the finest organic ingredients. And guess what? You’ll actually be saving
money!! And when you make your own baby food, you know EXACTLY what is
going in it…fresh, wholesome foods and nothing else!
The best thing about the NutriBullet Baby Food Making System is that it gives
you both the tools and the information you need to set the stage for a lifetime of healthy eating. From identifying the signs that Baby is ready to try
solids, to how to choose the perfect, freshest produce to tips for storage... the
NutriBullet Baby will be with you every step of the way.
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