Baby Bullet: From The Makers of Magic Bullet

Baby Bullet: From The Makers of Magic Bullet

Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 20, 2011

Magic bullets are loved the world over. For those who don't have a trustworthy blender or food processor (and even by some who do), the Magic Bullet has filled a void in their kitchen. In the same fashion, but on a smaller scale, the world has now been blessed with the baby bullet. We're not sure we need it but it sure is cute!

As you might have guessed, we're suckers for anything that's anthropomorphic. So the little faces on the blender's jar and small storage containers suckered us in. And you know what happens when you get sucked into watching an infomercial don't you? Hopefully we're not the only weak minds in the group, because usually we're lured in hook, line and sinker.

This time around the same thing happened, but even after watching all about the convenience factor of making your own food, the fun dated storage cups, the holder that keeps them all organized and the unit being easy to clean — we're not wholly convinced we need this product in our kitchen - even if it makes a full weeks worth of food in one go.

It may be faster than a basic food mill, but if you already own a blender, a stick blender and a food processor, this might just take up space in your kitchen. If you don't hoard small appliances like we do, you can pick one up for $80 and like all good infomercials, just wait... there's more. According to their website, you will get a second Baby Bullet set up for free, so if you have a friend who's in the same boat as you, then maybe this would be a good addition to your home.

(Images: Baby Bullet)

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