KidCo Baby Steps Food Mill with Carrying Case 1 food mill
Prepare food for your infant in its purest, most natural form. Make healthy snacks and meals for your child, whether at home or on the road. The Food Mill ensures that your growing baby eats only what you want him to eat. Strain or puree fruits, vegetables and more, separating seeds, bone and skin. Hand-operated; no batteries or electricity needed. Dishwasher safe and easy to clean comes with a carry tote for easy transport and storage.
User Ratings and Reviews
4 Stars excellent for restaurants, trips, etc….
This grinder is very good for restaurants, trips…. instead of buying tons of baby food jars, or cooking while you are away from home or vacation, you can use this item
it is great for fruits, and I also like to use it for rice + vegetables or rice + lentils
I dont think you can grind meat or chicken in it, but you can grind fish
it is not excellent for everyday use, it has its limitations, however, I highly recommend it. I am very happy with my purchase. And for the price, you dont have to think twice. Totally worth it
3 Stars Great!
Have only used a few times but can’t wait until my baby is older and she can share our dinner. Works great thus far.
5 Stars Great food mill!
I use it for my baby when traveling =) very portable and no need of battery is a plus of course =p
4 Stars nice little food mill
The good: It works well and does exactly what I bought it for: pureeing food from the table at home and while traveling so I don’t have to deal with jarred food. I’ve used it successfully on peas, all kinds of fruit, pasta, rice, cooked carrots and brussels sprouts. I’d recommend it.
The bad: I need to stick a fork in one of the holes in order to take the top off. I need a dishwasher or veggie brush to clean the holes. The crank started wobbling after a few uses. It doesn’t puree meat.
1 Star I wish I could return it
I enjoy making baby food for my son, and this seemed like a great tool. Unfortunately, it basically is junk. I cooked carrots and put them in the mill, which stained immediately (so I can’t return it). It was nearly impossible to push down to get enough pressure to grind the carrots without another pair of hands, so my husband ended up helping me. A stick blender is much, much easier.