A grab-and-go homemade baby food system for today's busy parents! The Let's Get Started Package by Sage Spoonfuls is an award-winning 19 piece system that allows you to make, serve and store your homemade baby food with ease! Prepare your nutritious and delicious baby food in bulk to save you both time and money! Included is our 227 page hard cover, spiral bound book that tells you everything you need to know about starting your baby on solids, organics, food allergies and intolerances, nutrition, choking 911, foods to avoid and FAQ's. Plus 66 easy to prepare recipes and hundreds of yummy food combinations to fit every baby's needs. Puree your baby food in just seconds with our immersion blender and food processor, which can also be used beyond the baby food stage to make soups, smoothies, hummus and more! Storage is an easy 1-step process with our air tight, leak proof, freezer and dishwasher safe jars. They have easy to use screw on lids and measurement markings to ensure perfect portions. Each kit comes with 48 ounces of baby food storage, a 2-4 week supply! Plus, no more guessing what's in the jars or when it was made, label and date your baby's food with our biodegradable, easy to remove labels. Jars fit perfectly into our stackable storage trays to keep your baby food organized and easily accessible. Keep the handy pocket guide in your diaper bag for the quick reference of age appropriate foods, yummy combos, infant CPR, food to avoid and more!
- 227 page hard cover book
- 12 storage jars
- 2 stackable storage trays
- 60 labels
- Immersion blender w/food processor and pocket guide
- All products are BPA, Phthalate, Lead and PVC free
- Storage jars, trays, labels and freezer pack are Made in the USA
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BabyAge.com asked: Why did you choose this?
Tabatha Dobson: With all the stuff used to make baby food I prefer to make my own it is also more cost efficient.