March 23, 2011

{Giveaway} Baby Food Mill for Christine's Virtual Baby Shower

Our giveaway week continues with your chance to win a Baby Food Mill for you or any new mama/mommy-to-be you know!  I'm not a mom, but I have plenty of baby showers baby birthday parties to attend and this Baby Food Mill would be a great gift.  I'm running this giveaway together with Diana from A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa.  Since she has first-hand experience with this product, I'll let her explain why she loves the Baby Food Mill. (More information on how you can enter this giveaway after the jump!)

Diana writes,"There is nothing more important than feeding your child the same nourishing foods that you eat to start developing healthy palates.  When my babies turned one and were really ready to start with solids I used a baby food mill to puree small portions of the foods my family was eating.  From the get go, whatever my family ate, my baby did as well.  This has really helped in getting them accustomed to eating the same foods my family does.

A baby food mill is so easy to use and a cinch to clean up.  I used a mini food processor as well, but the clean up alone often had me reaching for my food mill.  What I love about this version is that it comes with a carrying case.  It makes it so easy to throw it in the diaper bag and have it with you wherever you go.  Whether your at a restaurant or visiting family, it’s convenient to pull out, puree a small portion and feed your baby.

Having a food mill saves you money from having to buy jars of food and really… have you tasted those baby foods in a jar?!!  Trust me, your baby can tell the difference from homemade food and processed baby food in a jar as well.  I’d rather get my baby accustomed to real food versus processed."

How to Enter Baby Food Mill Giveaway

Mandatory entry:  For your first entry, leave a comment as to what you would puree with this Baby Food Mill.

For an additional 3 entries:
 That is a total of 4 entries!  Please remember to leave a separate comment below for each entry! If you do not leave a separate comment for each entry they will not count!

More chances to win!

For five additional entries

I created special cupcake toppers for Christine's Virtual Baby Shower and would love for you to download and print them out, and then use them to decorate any dish you make for our virtual baby shower party.  From cupcakes to sliders, these printables will look great on any party dish.

For the 5 extra entries, either take a photo of your dish with the toppers and/or write up a blog post with the photo and send the photo or link to highlowfooddrink(AT)gmail(DOT)com with a subject line of "Christine's Virtual Baby Shower Cake Topper".  Click Here to Download the Toppers on Scribd.

Even More chances to win!

Visit Diana from A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa and Christine from Fresh Local and Best and comment to win on their sites for even more chances to win. We’ll each be doing a random generator from our comments and from those winning 3 comments we’ll again put it through the random generator to come up with one winner for each gift!

The official rules

The Baby Food Mill giveaway is open until Midnight, March 30, 2011. A winner will be announced shortly after. Contest is open to the Continental United States. The winner will be chosen by random.org. 

Also, if you haven't entered our last giveaway for the Bravado! designs Nursing tank, click here.

27 comments:

  1. A couple of friends are having their first baby in about a month and a half. This would be a fun present for them. Butternut squash is a fave. It might be nice to puree in the mill.

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  2. I would puree fruit with this.

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  3. sweet potato

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  4. I'd like to mill kiwi fruit

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  5. I would puree peaches.

    Thanks for the chance.
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  6. I'm looking forward to pureeing fresh veggies from my garden for my grandson...starting with spring baby carrots.

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  7. erinfromlongislandMarch 26, 2011 at 12:06 AM

    Id use the mill for veggies I grow myself like squash and zucchini

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  11. I would puree peas!

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  14. I think I would puree something exotic for my baby to try like Mango or Passionfruit :)

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  18. carrots would be great!
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  21. If I was the lucky winner I would puree some bananas. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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