My husband and I have been long time juicers. I had two different machines – a juicer that we used to well, make juice and then a small bullet knock-off that we got at JCPenney years ago that I used as a food processor replacement. Living in a condo, space is always at a premium and felt that there had to be a product out there to do the job that both of these machines were struggling with. While juicing, it bothered me that all of the nutrient dense materials were extracted from the “juice” and left to be discarded. My “bullet” couldn’t handle simple tasks like grinding nuts, ice or even sometimes puree without overheating.
Cue in the NutriBullet.
Here is the MAJOR difference with the NutriBullet versus a juicer, food processor or blender: The NutriBullet EXTRACTS.
Your NutriBullet purchase comes with:
- The Extractor Blade to use in juicing, purees, soups, etc.. Works to tap into the hidden nutrition inside of your food.
- The Milling Blade to use when you mill fresh herbs, grains, oats, beans or nuts.
- The Power Base is easy to use at 600 watts of power!
- as well as 3 different BPA-free cup sizes, resealable lids, a recipe book and a pocket nutrition guide.
If you have been intimidated in the past with juicers or high end blenders, the NutriBullet will take away that fear. It is easy to use, easy to clean and makes it easy to get healthy! There’s so much for more to do with the NutriBullet than just juice! It is by far the most versatile appliance in my kitchen!
Momma Lew uses the Nutribullet to make a gluten-free chicken breading using pecans!
NJMom uses her Nutribullet for everything! Find out she makes fresh ground coffee, flour mixes and more here!
We’re Parents?! Lactation Boosting Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Milkshake is delicious and the perfect snack for new moms!
The original reason I wanted the Nutribullet: Juicing! We love to juice together creating all different types of concoctions. The kids love it too and their favorite is apples and carrots.
How would you use YOUR Nutribullet?