The Nutribullet has had a baby and it’s new bundle of joy is the Baby Bullet. You know I’m a big fan of the Nutribullet, and before I was introduced to the Baby Bullet, my initial thought process was, well I won’t need it as I already have the Nutribullet.
However… it’s the accessories, the size of the accessories and the clever date markers that impressed me. Now that I have the Baby Bullet I am also convinced that it blends and makes it even finer as a puree.
You can go back and read Georgie’s Solids Story here and see more about the Baby Bullet too.
Today I’m sharing one of Georgie’s breakfast recipes with you.
Disclaimer – I totally should have used the Batch Bowl for the quantity I had and not squeezed it all into the Short cups. However, I was still impressed with the amount I managed to get in (and it still blended beautifully.)
- 1 Peach (peeled)
- 1 handful of fresh or frozen strawberries (I used frozen since I couldn’t find any fresh ones the day I was shopping)
- 30 ml of water
- 1 Weet-Bix Lite (It has no added sugar or salt)
- 2 generous teaspoons of Double Cream Yoghurt (or 1 tablespoon)
- Half a teaspoon of xylitol
Peel the peach and cut it up off the pip.
Pop the peach and strawberries into a bowl with some water, cover and microwave/steam for 2 minutes.Take 1 Weet-Bix Lite and break it up into the Baby Bullet Bowl/Cup.
Add the stewed fruit and the water the fruit was in, which will soften the West-Bix nicely too.
Add 2 generous teaspoons of yoghurt (or 1 tablespoon) and a pinch of xylitol
Blend until smooth. Add a little more water if it’s not blending properly – but not too much, as you don’t want it becoming too runny.Spoon the excess into the storage kit and pop it into the freezer
Get your Baby Bullet for the retail price of R1599, 00.