Tommee Tippee Baby Food Blender

Tommee Tippee Baby Food Blender
Tommee Tippee Baby Food Blender Tommee Tippee Baby Food Blender Tommee Tippee Baby Food Blender
Brand: Tommee Tippee
Product SKU: 440050
Availability: Out Of Stock
Price: RM135.00 RM125.00


Baby food blender

Make fabulous fresh food for your baby in a range of textures. The two speed settings and pulse action can easily handle fruit, vegetables, fish and meat for a variety of healthy and nutritious meals.


*4m+ weaning

Weaning can start from around 4 months (17 weeks is the earliest). Small amounts of pureed food is the best way to get started

* The Department of Health recommends that solid food should not be introduced before 6 months, although you can start earlier (but not before 4 months) if advised by your health visitor or GP.


7m+ training

The training stage starts around 7 months. They'll enjoy mashed and chunky food, and may start to feed themselves!


12m+ active

The active stage starts around 12 months. They're now on the go a lot more so will enjoy family meals in manageable portions.




(i) Chunky pasta sauce as tasty as grown-up food



1 dessert spoon of vegetable oil

1 small onion

half a red pepper

half a courgette

400g can of chopped tomatoes


Peel onion, blend then set aside.

Wash courgette and wash and de-seed pepper. Add both to blender and blend into small pieces.

Heat oil and gently soften onion for a few minutes. Add pepper and courgette and cook for a further 5 minutes.

Add tomatoes, cover and cook for another 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Serve with pasta.



(ii) Peach and banana puree for your baby's first tastes



1 small ripe banana

2 ripe peaches


Wash peaches and place in boiling water for around 45 minutes.

Remove and plunge into ice cold water so they are easier to peel.

Peel and cut peaches in half to remove stone and cut banana into chunks.

Add both fruits into the baby food blender and blend until smooth.

You can store your puree for 3 days in the fridge, or up to 3 months in the freezer.



Safety Warning:

Handy hints and tips for worry-free weaning

Don't be upset if they don't like things. Babies like foods that are familiar. You may need to offer a new food ten times before your baby will like it, so don't force matters, just wait until next time.

Say not to salt, sugar and stock cubes. Try not to add these to food or cooking water - they simply don't need it! If you're cooking for the whole family, you may want to take out their portion first before adding extras.

Letting your little one feed themselves is great for their development, but give yourself a break! Try placing a plastic mat under their high chair, use a bib that catches crumbs and consider a cup with a non-spill valve.

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