We were gifted a Baby Bullet for Christmas and I really love it! We have been making our own baby food every since my second child was old enough for solids. I was using my blender which did work but I do have to say having this little system is so much better.
Being a mom with four young kids you can imagine I am busy, this system has made making my own baby food easy and fast. The large batch bowl can be filled enough to make about 1 week worth of food at a time, the storage containers are fridge and freezer safe, the batch tray is perfect for freezing extras for later and the spatula makes clean up a breeze. It came with two books, the manual/cook book and the pocket nutritionist. Both are filled with a lot of great information and the recipe book has lots of great ideas for meals for your little one.
The last batch of baby food I made was banana. I just broke a large banana in half, stuck it in the large batch bowl and pureed until it was ready. The baby bullet cookbook recommends using water with the banana but I found it was thin enough without the water. The large banana without any water filled three of the baby bullet storage containers. One was used right away and the other two went in the fridge.
The thing I think I like the most about the storage containers is they have a date dial on them. That way I always know which food was made on which day and I do not have to worry about sticky notes falling off the jars in the fridge or freezer.
I use my baby bullet for more then just making food for Amelia. I made the older kids some frozen fruit pops with the batch tray. I filled the batch tray with a mix of blending strawberries and bananas, stuck them in the freezer with popsicle sticks in them and a couple hours later the kids enjoyed their home made popsicles.