I have just started weaning my baby boy and found this in the anabel karmel book. It’s cheap and does the job well if you want to create a slightly lumpy consistency but I’m yet to make a smooth purée using it. I was disappointed to find that it discoloured on first use due to mashing a carrot. Makes me question the quality of the plastic.
i bought this alongside some other Nuk weaning products to start my baby weaning.
i have mashed sweet potato, apples, pears , etc so far, and it mashes really well. Adding a bit of liquid (water/milk) helps to get a runnier consistency if you wish.
i was planning to get an expensive steam and blend but this works wonderful and has saved me much money.
It's a lovely design and makes it really easy to mash food into a softer form
Doesn't create smooth purees, masher seems to be too wide to get out all lumps
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I really like the design of this product and the price can't be faulted. It makes it really easy to mash up food into a pastier form. Our little boy has a milk allergy so making our own food was really important to us to avoid any cross contamination. This masher and bowl makes it a lot easier to make up portions of softer foods without having to use a blender. It's really easy to wash and the ridges inside the bowl are useful for mashing the food more.
The biggest flaw is the design of the masher. It's really difficult to get all the chunks out of the food, so maybe would recommend for slightly older babies in stage 2 of their weaning.
Great for mashing straight into the bowl, use all the time on fruits as really easy and convenient.
Makes it lumpy or can make it more purée if keep mashing.
I Like the design and easy to clean and dishwasher safe which is a bonus.