You would need to buy additional storage, but sure. I have used the large mixing bowl to blend two cans of stewed tomatoes for a beef stew before, so the bowl is definitely big enough. It came with 6 little (2 oz) storage cups with lids, and a silicone freezer tray with 6 2 oz compartments.
I steam a few carrots and keep them in a fridge in a food container. When it is time to feed LO, I put the carrots (or peas, or pears, etc) in the blender and mix it up fresh, but you can make a big batch and freeze also.
you can but ice cube tray for storage and freeze them in ziploc bags or if you find the ice cube tray with a lid it works great.
I just did the ice cube thing this weekend with some oatmeal. Worked great. Reheated in the microwave, mixed with some slices of pear in the baby bullet, mmmm, breakfast for baby.
I had purchased a box of oatmeal flakes for the baby, but it just tasted....odd. I wouldn't want to eat it. So I used the bullet to grind up regular oats, cooked them, put in the ice cube tray, froze them, popped them out, and put the in ziploc bags. It was a little more work than just measuring and adding water to the store oatmeal, but I would actually eat the stuff I made.
I bought my baby bullet last night! woo hoo! I gotta begin. Think I am making some carrots and some peas. Thats a good idea about the oats too. I have never bought oats, is it just sold in a bag in the cereal section of the grocery store?
Yeah, oats are in the cereal aisle. Usually low on the shelf, in a round canister. The bullet book has a 'recipe' for making baby oatmeal, I only do about half the water they suggest. It is pretty runny.
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