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Score Product Price Our Take
87
$120
Although this blender option can't accommodate hot ingredients, it does perform well and has lots of extra features that make it a top contender
86
$80
Top Pick Award
A Boroclass pitcher blender that is worth consideration given its acceptable puree quality, eco-health properties, and ease of cleaning
86
$100
Editors' Choice Award
An excellent blender that may take up kitchen space but is worth the expense given its multiple positives, including puree quality, ease of use, and capacity to create large batches
77
$45
Best Value Award
Simple, inexpensive, and versatile, this unit makes baby food in a snap
57
$10
Top Pick Award
A muscle-powered food maker that mashes food and is portable, but does not produce puree quality like machines
55
$20
A portable, no-frills baby food maker with a low price-tag
55
$60
Although easy to use and clean, we do not recommend this blender due to its black residue production
54
$130
Nice design but the puree consistency is poor and the cleanup harder if you wait
52
$150
Harder to use option that requires food transfer and may hide rust or mold you can't see
44
$45
A food processor we don't recommend due to the removable bowl scraper leaving scratches on the plastic bowl

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