Baby Brezza Deluxe One Step Food Maker Review

A compact, modern blender/steamer with food storage pouches included

An image of the Baby Brezza Deluxe One Step Food Maker, reviewed for our guide to the best baby food makers
(Image credit: Baby Brezza)
GoodtoKnow Verdict

“I love how efficient the BabyBrezza makes the whole foodmaking process, from the one step and one bowl offering to the dishwasher-safe parts.”

Reasons to buy
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    Compact design

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    Automatic blend after steaming setting

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    Storage pouches included

Reasons to avoid
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    Somewhat delicate parts

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    No bowl measurements

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    No sterilise, reheat or defrost settings

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If you’re looking to steam and blend food for your baby or toddler, the BabyBrezza Deluxe One Step Food Maker steps up to cover both bases-  which is why we've featured it in our guide to the best baby food makers. It can handle both functions in just one bowl meaning there is no need to transfer the mixture halfway through. Instead, you simply turn the blades upside down! Not only does this mean your work surface won't be cluttered with all manner of bits and pieces, you'll also save on the washing up! 

There are no measurements on the side of the jug, which is a shame, but the blender does come with three handy pouches for food storage. 

An image of the Baby Brezza baby Food Maker, featured in our guide to the best baby food makers


(Image credit: baby Brezza)


Weighs: 1.8kg | Suitable from: 6 months+

Arriving pre-assembled, the BabyBrezza offers a genuinely compact design that won't take up much surface space, even in more crowded kitchens. In a black, white, and orange colourway, the latter offers a pop of brightness without making the machine feel childish. It’s a shame there are no measurements on the side of the bowl, a handy offering on various other baby blenders in this category. However, the bowl does have an 800g capacity, a happy middle ground that allows a good batch to be made without dominating work surfaces. The buttons on the base are well laid out and the digital display is bright and clear. 

Comfort and features

Finding your footing with the BabyBrezza is made easier by a really easy-to-read, 1-page manual. It’s not a bells and whistles machine, and it doesn’t try to be. Instead, it offers three functions, and executes all of them well; steam only, blend only or blend automatically after steaming. The blending blades are cleverly made with holes in them to aid the steaming process. The ‘One Step’ in the product's name refers to the ability to steam and then blend your food in one bowl, simply by turning the blades upside down when steaming is complete. You then press the blend button, and this function begins. This will make the item especially appealing to those adverse to huge piles of washing up, as only the one bowl and blades need washing once you’re done. They’ve also made both the bowl and the blades dishwasher safe. Furthermore, the water compartment for steaming is removable, meaning you don’t have to find a water bowl or lug the entire machine over to the tap to fill it up. 

Value for money

If you’re looking for a machine that can do it all, this isn’t it; it doesn’t have defrost or sterilise function like some of its competitors on the market in the same price bracket. However, if compact size, minimal washing up, and the ability to simply steam and blend are what you’re looking for, the BabyBrezza will suit you perfectly. 

Its mature design will also mean you’re happy to keep it around for years to come, even once your little one has outgrown the blending and steaming stage. 

It’s also worth noting that included in the box are three colourful pouches for storing your food, complete with a ziplock section and an opening from which you can feed the baby directly. There are also three orange funnels to allow you to pour your mixture into the pouches, again included in the box.

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Grace Holliday

Grace Holliday is a freelance journalist specialising in pregnancy, parenting, and motherhood. She has written for a broad variety of newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, the Independent, the Telegraph, Glamour, and Stylist. She is also a proud northerner and mum-of-one.