Beaba Feeding Set

Giveaway!

With its feeding products, Beaba sets the standards for healthy eating habits very early on in our little ones’ lives. The Babycook, an all-in-one food processor, is small, but almighty: it steams, cooks and blends in 15 minutes; and it can even defrost and reheat foods in less than 10 minutes. Prepping baby’s food from scratch has literally never been so easy and seamless. Plus, it’s BPA-, phthalate- and lead free.

The Babycook Book, which features healthy recipes that you can make using the brand’s food maker, provides inspiration and guidance to those who need it. The recipes are designed and categorized to respect a child’s nutritional needs based on his or her stage of development. 

Beaba’s Ellipse Bowls are designed to keep food messes away — perfect for our little gastronomes in the making. They have a curved bottom to help scoop food onto the spoon, high walls for less spills, an easy-hold edge, and non-skid bottom.

Enter below to win it all: the Babycook, the Babycook Book and an Ellipse Bowl (a total value of $175!).

Beaba Feeding Set Giveaway

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About Charlene Petitjean-Barkulis

CHARLENE PETITJEAN-BARKULIS is the managing editor of Well Rounded. She's a French expat, Brooklyn-based writer and mama to Arthur and Leon. Before settling in New York City with her family, Charlene lived in LA, Berkeley, and Baltimore and earned a degree in journalism from Columbia University. When she isn’t busy chasing after her big kiddo, nursing her little kiddo or writing about all things pregnancy and motherhood, she’s likely to soak in a bubble bath, eat an entire wheel of brie cheese or drink a crisp glass of Sancerre (sometimes, all three at the same time). Follow her on Instagram here.

Charlene Petitjean-Barkulis

Charlene Petitjean-Barkulis

CHARLENE PETITJEAN-BARKULIS is the managing editor of Well Rounded. She's a French expat, Brooklyn-based writer and mama to Arthur and Leon. Before settling in New York City with her family, Charlene lived in LA, Berkeley, and Baltimore and earned a degree in journalism from Columbia University. When she isn’t busy chasing after her big kiddo, nursing her little kiddo or writing about all things pregnancy and motherhood, she’s likely to soak in a bubble bath, eat an entire wheel of brie cheese or drink a crisp glass of Sancerre (sometimes, all three at the same time). Follow her on Instagram here.

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