Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender £10 @ Asda George

Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender £10 @ Asda George

Not everyone follows 'Baby-Led Weaning', some use the stage-by-stage puree method. For those of you that are doing the latter - the Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender is reduced from £20 to just £10 at Asda George.

The Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender is ideal for blitzing fruit and vegetables into a smooth puree or into a chunkier mix.

Due to the size of the Blender, it helps make the perfect portion size for little babies.

As it features a 2 speed setting and has a pulse action, you can ensure your baby's food is made to just the right texture.

You know what appeals to me about this? It's easy to clean - the container AND the blade can go in the dishwasher. Hurrah!

You can Click and Collect the Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender for FREE from an Asda store near you or pay £2.95 to have it delivered to your front door.

Thanks to AzaanMommy

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  • Laura C.

    I know it's a long way off but this was a god send x

    • Tenille R.

      Bought it xx thanks lovely x

    • Megan-Lee F.

      Ooo will have too look into this :)

      • Charlotte F.

        Oh I use jar food lol thanks thou xx

        • Tracy T.

          There a steamer n it smooths food too on amazon that I'm thinking of getting :wink:

          • Nicola W.

            I have a blender but thanks anyways! X

            • Lauren M.

              Ooooo very cheap thanks x

              • Lauren S.

                Don't you worry already purchased that bad boy :joy::joy:

                • Katie G.

                  I've been looking at this x

                  • Lisa-Marie H.

                    I saw this one but on Amazon it says it doesn't steam, whereas you can get ones that seam and blend

                    • Louise T.

                      True. I just used to do big batches in the normal blender

                      • Julie F.

                        Or do baby led weaning and let them eat what you eat

                        • Isobel F.

                          I was going to say the same! So much easier from the onset.

                          • Makeda G.

                            What's baby led weaning? Are babies able to eat what we eat? Sorry for all the questions, my eldest is 8yr & a lot has changed. Was thinking of getting one for me baby.

                            • Lara C.

                              Makeda Gentles is exactly what you said. My little girl weaned at 6 months and she's always eaten what we do in the form we'd eat it.

                              Gill rapley is worth a Google and there's a fab Facebook page called 'baby led weaning uk' which is worth a join :)

                              • Clare B.

                                I can reckoned a baby led weaning book lovely nice and easy all I need but all info on net too I did BLW AND LITTLE PURREE and worked well she feeds her felt and is confident and eats loads of flavours and textures it's great, messy but great and k ow learning cutlery too 14 mths xx

                                • Julie F.

                                  I'm on the blw page on fb as well it's great for tips and receipys it's simply what we eat with little salt and sugars. There is nothing my daughter won't eat she's a monster , chilli's , curry's, full roast dinners she's not even two yet . She's so healthy as well . She's never ate nothing I haven't made. You just have to limit salt as it's bad for them to have too much just like it is for us adults so we all benefit from cutting back x

                                  • Makeda G.

                                    Lara Cooper Thank you! Il take a look at the Facebook page. My baby is only 3 months but nothing wrong with playing ahead eh!

                                    • Makeda G.

                                      Go Emily! I feel like a first time mum all over again lol! I think I tried to prepare all Nye's food but it became difficult cooking two sets of meals & mashing them all. So turned to jars... I don't wanna do that with Dinky, & if she can eat what we do just with less seasoning that would make my life easier xx

                                    • Jasmin H.

                                      Wow that looks so good! I'm defo gonna get one! Xx

                                      • Melissa J.

                                        Oohh il have a look. Thanks!

                                        • Lisa-Marie H.

                                          Kids are weirdos. Especially ours lol

                                          • Louise T.

                                            He is currently trying to brush the cats teeth

                                            • Abigail A.

                                              We've already got one, think we got it from your mum but not sure:blush:xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                                              • Gemma M.

                                                Yeah I thought you did but wasn't too sure :yum::yum:xxxxxxxxxxx

                                                • Abigail A.

                                                  Okay dokey :blush:xxxxxxxxxxx

                                                  • Gemma H.

                                                    We've got one these. Although I've found the smoothie maker is brilliant for baby food lol xxx

                                                    • Emily L.

                                                      Thought you might have one. £10 is a bargain xx