I’ve always wanted to be one of those minimalist cooks who owns nothing more than a good knife and one skillet. After years of acquiring every kitchen gadget and appliance under the sun (including, but not limited to, a crepe maker, stand mixer, hand mixer, waffle iron, and panini press), I finally had to admit that I’m actually a kitchen maximalist. The upside of this is that I didn’t have to run out and buy anything for my baby-food making needs.
Below you’ll find my review of every conceivable food-masher known to home cooks. Needless to say, it makes the most sense to start with what you already own and purchase something only if what you have doesn’t work. I’d also recommend buying something that you’ll use in the kitchen for years, even after baby’s palate has matured.