Using the Handy-Chopper


I have to admit something. When my husband received the Black & Decker Handy-Chopper as a wedding gift from one of his customers, I kind of laughed about it. I believe my exact words were, “Hmm, well that was nice of them. Not that I’ll ever use this thing for anything, but still…” At the time, we were a young couple living in a condo in South Florida.

Fast forward to having two little ones and abundant fruit trees in the Indiana countryside.

Now, you can certainly buy perfectly good applesauce and pureed pears. Gerber, Beechnut, et al do a wonderful job. And it’s rather easy and handy to grab those cute little jars (for I far prefer the old fashioned jars to those newfangled plastic packs) off the shelf.

What’s even easier?

Picking apples and pears off your own trees, cooking them until they’re soft, and tossing them in the Handy-Chopper.

I love the perfect “baby-food-making” size of it. I also love that it’s tiny enough to toss in the dishwasher when you’re done. I don’t even mind admitting I was wrong.

For more great tools that make a mom’s life easier, check out Toolin’ Up Tuesday, hosted at Life as Mom!

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