The NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer is fast, easy to clean, and a real go-getter just like you. Not only does it steam cook fresh ingredients for homemade baby food, it also defrosts frozen foods and sterilizes baby bottles, pacifiers, utensils, and toys for easier baby times, all around.
Cook fresh food for warm purées, defrost batch-cooked baby food, and sterilize bottles, pacifiers, and beyond; this versatile steamer does it all.
Set and steam.
With 5 steam settings and a built in timer, you can easily cook fresh fruits, vegetables, and more in minutes. Homemade baby food made simply and quickly.
Defrost and enjoy.
Take batch-cooked baby food from frozen to ready-to-eat in minimal time, without any extra mess.
Sterilize in a snap.
Sterilize baby bottles, pacifiers, nipples, utensils, teethers, toys, and more.
Cleans like a dream.
Less mess, less stress. All components are dishwasher-safe for quick and easy cleanup.
Baby Turbo Steamer Reviews.
Baby Food Steamer & Sterilizer FAQs
Yes, it is BPA free.
Yes, the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer comes with a sterilizing tray and is great for sterilizing pacifiers and toys.
With the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer, you can be sure that your baby’s pacifiers, small toys, bottle nipples, and bottle rings are clean as can be and safe for your baby. You’ll first add a full cup of water to the water tray and place the white sterilizer tray onto the steamer base. Next, you’ll place the items to be sterilized on the white sterilizer tray, cover with the lid, set to Setting 5, and then simply wait for the “beep” to indicate your items are finished sterilizing.
Much like boiling water, steam sterilization destroys harmful microorganisms, such as bacteria and spores, by exposing them to high temperatures for a specified period of time.
Yes, the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer comes with two defrosting trays for defrosting previously prepared frozen foods. Remember - always test the temperature of the food before feeding your little one.
Microwave heating often results in uneven food temperatures where one area of the food is still cold and another area is very hot. These hot spots can be dangerous because they can easily burn a baby’s mouth. With the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer, defrosting baby food has never been easier. Simply add a full cup of water to the water tray, pop frozen NutriBullet Baby® servings into the blue defrosting trays, set the defrosting trays onto the blue steamer tray, cover with the lid, set to Setting 5, and then simply wait for the “beep” to indicate your items are finished defrosting.
With the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer, steaming your baby’s favorite foods couldn’t be easier. With the blue steamer tray, a little water, and just a few minutes – you can have deliciously steamed ingredients in a cinch. You’ll first want to rinse, as well as peel, pit, and core all fruits and vegetables before steaming. Then, you’ll simply add the recommended amount of water to the water tray (listed in your NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer User Guide), place the food on the blue cooking tray, cover with the lid, select the proper setting (also listed in your NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer User Guide), and wait for the “beep.” It’s as simple as that!
The NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer comes with a measuring cup with graduations, so you know exactly how much water to use. It also comes with a guide that indicates the amount of water as well as which setting to use for various foods. Each setting has a pre-programmed steam time.
First, wash, peel, and dice a medium sweet potato into ½” thick pieces. Next, add a full cup of water to the water tray in your NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer. Place the blue cooking tray on the base and place the diced sweet potato on the cooking tray. Cover with the lid, set to Setting 5, and simply wait to hear a “beep” to indicate your food has finished steaming. It’s that easy!
Yes, the NutriBullet Baby® Turbo Steamer comes with an egg tray that will allow you to prepare up to 6 eggs at a time. Remember - always test the temperature of the food before feeding your little one.