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Nutribullet’s baby products are on sale — here’s what to get

If you’re in the market for a baby blender, you’re in luck. Nutribullet, the premier choice if you’re looking to get the most nutrition into your baby’s food, is having a sale — and it’s a big one. The Nutribullet product line is designed to quickly blend food at a high speed. That means no chunks or lumps, just well-blended fruits and veggies that your little one is sure to love.

Some people think it takes a ton of time and energy to make your baby food from scratch versus buying it in stores. Sure, the shopping and prep may be slightly more time-consuming than opening a jar of baby food, but the bonus is that there are no additives or preservatives in homemade food — your little one is getting exactly what you are putting in.

Nutribullet products don’t go on sale very often, so now is the time to stock up and save on the following products. Just type in the code OHBABY from 1/25 to 1/31 and you’ll save 20%!

Nutribullet Baby Bullet Blender

The Baby Bullet Blender allows busy parents to make a week’s worth of baby food at once. All you need are the fruits and vegetables, and this blender does the rest. The Baby Bullet “features a blending blade for ideal textures and includes 6 date-dial storage cups for easy meal planning.” The blender comes with a resealable lid if you’re on the move, as well as an extractor blade, batchbowl, a freezer tray and lid, six storage cups, a short cup with lid, and a baby food recipe book for new ideas. It normally sells for $60, but you can snag one for $48 during the sale.

Nutribullet Baby Turbo Steamer

The Turbo Steamer from Nutribullet is the ideal way to steam-cook fresh ingredients for homemade baby food. But it does more than that. It also can be used to defrost frozen foods and sterilize baby bottles, pacifiers, and toys, which is a must when you realize how many times your little one drops them onto the ground. It comes with a steamer base and lid, a measuring cup, two defrosting trays, a sterilizing tray, and an egg-cooking tray. The regular price for the Turbo Steamer is $30, but it will be on sale for just $24.

Baby & Toddler Meal Prep Kit

Parenthood isn’t easy. Any way we can save time with products that are easy to use is a bonus. Nutribullet designed the Baby & Toddler Meal Prep Kit with parents in mind, making feeding time as pain-free as possible. The prep kit comes with a travel bowl and lid for feedings on the go, two color-changing spoons so you can test the temperature of the food before it goes in your baby’s mouth, six reusable pouches, a freezer tray, and six storage cups that show the date the food was prepared. The regular price for the kit is $30 and only $24 during the sale.

You don’t want to miss this Nutribullet sale. You can get all three items for under $100 and be well on your way to making and storing homemade baby food. The recipe book gives tons of ideas for different formulas you can try on even the pickiest of eaters. The best part for parents? You know your baby is getting whole foods, all the vitamins and minerals in those foods, and Nutribullet’s products are easy to use and clean.

All three come with enough storage, lids, and cups to make food in advance, so you really only need one prep day and you will be set for the week. Any busy parent knows this is a welcome addition to mealtime when food is ready to go, especially when you’re dealing with a hungry baby!

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