Baby Dan Food Mill with Serving Spoon

June 28, 2016 - Comment

Developed by a paediatrician, the BabyDan Food Mill is a convenient way to prepare natural baby food that is blended to the perfect balance of smooth puree and essential bulk for easy digestion. Use at home or away to treat your infant to the wholesome goodness of fresh cooked meats, pasta, fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Developed by a paediatrician, the BabyDan Food Mill is a convenient way to prepare natural baby food that is blended to the perfect balance of smooth puree and essential bulk for easy digestion. Use at home or away to treat your infant to the wholesome goodness of fresh cooked meats, pasta, fresh fruits and vegetables. Feed directly from the 4 ounce capacity cup with the included serving spoon. The lightweight tote, fashioned like a lunch box, conveniently stores the food mill and spoon before and after use.Plastic components are moulded to meet FDA specifications for food preparation while the precision sharpened cutter and strainer are medical grade stainless steel. The entire assembly is dishwasher safe, may be sterilised and won’t chip, break or crack.

Product Features

  • Prepare healthy and fresh foods for baby
  • Strains and purees, separating seeds
  • Simple to use anywhere
  • No batteries or electric needed
  • Dishwasher safe, easy to clean

Comments

ilcigno says:

Unsatifactory We had a food mill years ago like this for my daughter, who had eating difficulties, and it was fantastic, allowing us the freedom to go to restaurants without carrying extra food for her. I put everything from soup and salad to meat through it. For the grandkids, I thought I’d buy a new one. But unfortunately, despite the description on Amazon of a “stainless steel cutting blade and strainer disc”, the disc is actually made of PLASTIC. This means the food doesn’t really get cut before going…

A. King says:

Melted strainer I bought this item because the product description stated that it “may be sterilised”. This is apparently not true. After I sterilised it the plastic strainer melted so I could no longer use the product. When I contacted the seller they told me that according to the manufacturer the product is not sterilisable, and that it was a mistake that the product was described as such on the Amazon page (but that they could not change the product description). 

DK says:

Disappointing I bought this after reading the other reviews and have been disappointed. It works well on very soft foods (like ripe pear), hence the two stars, but these would be easy to mash into a puree anyway. I used it on some steamed mixed vegetables today and I had to push down so hard I might as well have just used a sieve instead, despite them being steamed until soft. I also find the disc quite fiddly to remove.

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