Baby Bullet Giveaway – ends 5/25


Welcome to the Baby’s First Foods Baby Bullet Giveaway

Sponsored by Baby Bullet and Hosted by Momma Lew

Feeding your baby their first foods can be stressful for a new mom! The Baby Bullet makes feeding your baby fresh and nutritious baby food quick and easy. Read Momma Lew’s review HERE to find out how easy it in fact is!

How would you like to win your own? Baby Bullet is giving away one for one lucky mom to enjoy with her family. Giveaway ends on May 25th at 11:59pm ET and is open to US Residents, 18+, one entry per household. To enter, follow the steps in the giveaway form. Good luck! Momma Lew and participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood was not compensated in any way for this posting. All opinions are those of our own and were not influenced in any way. This particular giveaway is open to US residents only, each giveaway in the hop may vary. Everything Mommyhood is not responsible for shipment of any prizes. This giveaway is not affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or any other social media outlets.


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  2. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I would start out by pureeing fruits and veggies for the baby. What a great giveaway. Thank you so much

  3. maureen says:

    Mashed foods like bananas and peaches and then of course peas.

  4. I had one for my now 3 ear old and loved it…
    My step daughter is now pregnant with her 1st child (she’s 27) and I’d LOVE to WIN this for her…
    If I still had mine, I’d obviously pass it on…
    But I passed it on to another friend who had a child a couple years back…
    It’s been well loved!!!

  5. this is so cute

  6. walissa says:

    We are just starting purees, so right now I would be making veggie purees.

  7. Joanna R. says:

    I think we would use it for fruit and veggie purees.

  8. I would use it to make combination purees instead of single food baby food.

  9. Lindsey L says:

    I would make vegetable puree!

  10. vegetable and fruit puree

  11. Mikaela R. says:

    I would like to make vegetable and fruit puree! I am going to prevent feeding my child “jar foods” as much as possible as to me they look completely disgusting and far from what they should look like.

  12. Vegetables, yams, and fruit 🙂

  13. to puree vegetables from my garden for my grandson

  14. I would make everything!

  15. Gladymar Rodriguez says:

    vegetable puree 🙂

  16. Natalie says:

    I would love to make a apple flavored baby food!

  17. I would make pureed pears first.

  18. Sam carroll says:

    I would love to be able to make all homemade baby food to avoid canned baby food.

  19. Jennifer Williams says:

    Sweet potatoes are by far my favorite thing to make for homemade baby food 🙂

  20. Meghan Castillo says:

    When I was raising my boys, I never brought canned baby food because I made my own. I wish they had the tools they have today back then.

  21. Jessica Haynes says:

    Lots of baby food from organic produce! Peas, bananas, anything!

  22. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    If I were to win, I would first make a fruity desert

  23. This is such a good idea. It makes it easy to make foods. I would puree blueberries.

  24. Jan Lee says:

    I am giving this to a friend who is having a baby, so I’ll suggest to her to make some applesauce 🙂

  25. Stefanie K says:

    Pureed carrots!

  26. anonymous says:

    I saw this on tv its really good to use for children

  27. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I would to copy some recipes that I have bought in certain brands that my granddaughter likes.

  28. homemade veggies such as sweet potatoes

  29. Dandi D says:

    I would puree all kinds of veggies from the garden with this.

  30. kortney Picker says:

    I would use this bullet to make my daughter a smoothie! She loves strawberry, banana, and spinach smoothies!

  31. Deborah D says:

    pureed sweet potatoer

  32. Deborah D says:

    I love the smiley face on the cup

  33. Grace Cuffari says:

    I would make sweet potato puree.

  34. elizabeth marie says:

    Idlove to mic fruits and veggies together

  35. I’d make fruit and/or vegetable purees.

  36. Brenda I says:

    I would make a green bean puree.

  37. Thearry Loun says:

    Purée everything!

  38. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    I would make some veggie/fruit purees.

  39. I would be gifting this baby bullet to my niece who is due in July. I made my own baby food for my son and he loved it. His favorite was sweet potatoes and apples.

  40. I would be giving this to my daughter. Her food processor is great for large batches of baby food, but large batches are time consuming. She has been wanting a Baby Bullet to cover smaller batches and more complex mixes.

  41. I would make sweet potatoes!

  42. It would be for my daughter to make my grandson’s baby food – mostly fruits, vegs & whole grains.

  43. I would puree some fresh fruits and veggies. I would love to start with some sweet potatoes.

  44. Ginelle NT says:

    fruits and veggies!

  45. wen budro says:

    I would make some applesauce and pureed peaches.

  46. Jessica Whitehouse says:

    My kids are older, but have recently discovered squeeze-pouch applesauce and fruit puree. It would be so much easier on our budget to be able to puree several servings and package it ourselves, plus I can make sure to add fresh fruits that my kids like and no sugar.

  47. SaraAB87 says:

    The baby bullet sounds like a great product. It would save money.

  48. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would make natural baby food — fruit, veggies and meats.

  49. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These baby bullets sound so nice. You could make so many great and fresh meals for your child. I am going to get one of these for the next baby shower I am invited to. Thank you so much for sharing

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