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What else can the nutribullet do?

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chumbler Fri 15-Jan-16 22:21:53

Ok so the advertising has finally got to me and I fancy one (one year late!) Does anyone have one? Is it worth paying for the highest wattage? And what else can you make besides smoothies? Can I blend soup? Make breadcrumbs? Granita? Granola? Baby purée? Falafel? Basiclaly is it just a smaller magimix? I already have a magimix.. Maybe I should just use that more?! Ok quiz over! Please share your thoughts grin

e1y1 Sat 16-Jan-16 01:11:56

I have both the Nutirbullet and Magic Bullet.

I would say they would do most things, cant say that it would do everything a food processor can do, but suppose not far off.

Both machines come with 2 blade bases, a flat blade for whipping, grinding etc and a cross blade for blending, ice crushing pulverising etc.

The only things I have done in mine thus far is smoothies (naturally), milkshakes, also made a chocolate mousse with hersheys chocolate sauce and whipping cream and have also ground fresh coffee beans, for which, they came out ace.

It should come with a receipe book to bury in the drawer for inspiration.

MarkRuffaloCrumble Sat 16-Jan-16 01:24:20

I used mine to make some lentil soup smooth, as my normal blender left the lentils slightly lumpy, but nutribullet made it totally smooth.

I tend to only use it for fruit and veg to make it quick and easy to wash. It only needs a rinse out as long as you do it ASAP. If you leave it unwashed the fruit dries on and if you use peanut butter, coconut etc it leaves a greasy residue and needs a proper wash.

MadauntofA Sat 16-Jan-16 08:33:32

You can Blend anything but not if it is hot so not good for soup unless you are cooling it. I love mine!

SaoirseLikeInertia Sat 16-Jan-16 08:38:18

I've used mine for grinding coffee beans, chopping nuts, making sauces. I was a bit afraid that I would never use it but it is sooo much handier than previous blenders or liquidisers I've had. A quick rinse and it's done!

uggmum Sat 16-Jan-16 10:01:38

I have a nutri ninja. I mainly do smoothies.
They have it on offer online at Costco for £79 which is cheaper that the nutri bullet. It's the top model too.

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