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Author:  Laceys-Mummy [ 04 Dec 2009 14:29 ]
Post subject:  Blender??

Hi does anyone know where i can buy the annabel karmel blender??

or reccomend another one???

thanks xx

Author:  Sel [ 05 Dec 2009 00:36 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

Laceys-Mummy wrote:
Hi does anyone know where i can buy the annabel karmel blender??

or reccomend another one???

thanks xx


Annabel Karmel blender! I never knew that they even existed! Doesn't surprise me though! :shock: :? :lol:

Is it not just a normal hand-held blender that you can get absoultely everywhere, just without Annabel Karmel written on it?! :lol:

I just used a Lindam mini blender when weaning. It was large enough to make up food for several days, and did the job superbly. :D

Author:  x.Laura.x [ 05 Dec 2009 01:55 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

i think boots do it hun.

tbh id highly recomend this one,

.argos.co.uk/static/Product/catalogId/1500001801/partNumber/4219921.htm

the ak one didnt have to brilliant reviews. And i killed a basic tesco one blending chicken. id recomend her other bits tho, we have the ice cube trays and mouli, and her books and theyre fab!

it has a brilliant little pot attachment that i still use most days for fruit for porridge etc.

its done two babies weaning now, and i love it!

Author:  Laceys-Mummy [ 05 Dec 2009 10:43 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

Sel wrote:
Laceys-Mummy wrote:
Hi does anyone know where i can buy the annabel karmel blender??

or reccomend another one???

thanks xx


Annabel Karmel blender! I never knew that they even existed! Doesn't surprise me though! :shock: :? :lol:

Is it not just a normal hand-held blender that you can get absoultely everywhere, just without Annabel Karmel written on it?! :lol:

I just used a Lindam mini blender when weaning. It was large enough to make up food for several days, and did the job superbly. :D


hi sel is the lindam mini blender any good, some of the reviews iv read have said that it didnt blend to a smooth puree for that 1st stage of weaning, i liked the look of it, but didnt want to have to buy something else to make smoother puree's xx

Author:  nataliel2221 [ 05 Dec 2009 10:48 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

Laceys-Mummy wrote:
Sel wrote:
Laceys-Mummy wrote:
Hi does anyone know where i can buy the annabel karmel blender??

or reccomend another one???

thanks xx


Annabel Karmel blender! I never knew that they even existed! Doesn't surprise me though! :shock: :? :lol:

Is it not just a normal hand-held blender that you can get absoultely everywhere, just without Annabel Karmel written on it?! :lol:

I just used a Lindam mini blender when weaning. It was large enough to make up food for several days, and did the job superbly. :D


hi sel is the lindam mini blender any good, some of the reviews iv read have said that it didnt blend to a smooth puree for that 1st stage of weaning, i liked the look of it, but didnt want to have to buy something else to make smoother puree's xx



i found the same thing gail but then if you add a bit of hot water to your purree it does the job. other than that the lindam blender is fab! xxx

Author:  Laceys-Mummy [ 05 Dec 2009 11:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

Thanks chick, will get the Lindam Mini Blender then, lol, i see its only £13 at tesco :D :lol: xx

Author:  jess_r_09 [ 05 Dec 2009 13:06 ]
Post subject:  Re: Blender??

Ive just got a mini hand held blender out the argos basics range. We got them free in our goody bags after taking part in the weaning courses at the childrens centre :D

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