Makers of the popular Magic Bullet now have a system you can use to make your own baby food. It's supposed to be cost-effective and a healthier way to feed your child because you know the ingredients going into their first foods, but Does it Work?
"It says it's better than any food processor. When I run out of food, I can just make it here rather than run to the store," said Jerri Carr, a mother from Jackson.
Jerri is one of several dozen parents asking me to try the Baby Bullet before they buy it. After all, it's $80. Her little four-month-old Bryson just started eating solids. Jerri's ready to try her own hand at making those meals herself and for cheaper costs than the jars she normally buys in the store.
First, we slice up a banana, add the recommended water and get right to pureeing.
"Looks pretty good!"