Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Guest Post: Review of Nutri Ninja Pro

Buying the right blender is crucial if you enjoy getting in your daily servings of greens and fruit from delicious smoothies like I do.  I recently purchased the Nutri Ninja Pro after the unfortunate death of my Magic Bullet, and followed by hours of researching, comparing, and reading costumer reviews.   I needed a blender that was compact enough to fit in my small apartment kitchen that was reasonably priced, yet powerful enough to produce a smooth and even consistency in my smoothies.


What's included:
  • 900 Watt Motor Base
  • 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
  • 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
  • 2 Sip and Seal Lids
  • Ninja Pro Extractor Blades
  • Instruction Book
  • 30 Recipe and Wellness Guide


Pros:
  • Powerful
  • Stable
  • Easy to use
  • Great for on the go! The accessory cups, one smaller and one larger, made it easy to take my concoctions in the car or walking to class.  
  • Less expensive than the Magic Bullet
  • Compact
  • Smooth consistency
  • Easy to Clean
  • Dishwasher safe 

Cons:
  • Have to continuously hold down to blend
  • Limited to single serving cups
  • Only one speed
  • Does not blend everything perfectly


Overall, I believe the Nutri Ninja Proto be a great investment for those looking to make personal smoothies.   Since buying the Ninja, I make a smoothie nearly every morning for on my way to class or work. For the price and the power, it was worth the $100 investment.  Compared to the NutriBullet Pro 900, I found it to be more powerful, higher quality, and able to blend up ice, seeds, and vegetables much better.  The cheaper price tag is just icing on the cake!


This is my favorite morning-time green smoothie I’ve made with my Nutri Ninja Pro:
  • 1 cup kale
  • 2 large bananas
  • 1 cup almond milk

Place the ingredients into the Nutri Ninha Pro blender and blend until smooth, adding ice if you wish!
 
Tip: Use 1/2 – 1 frozen banana to make it a cold smoothie rather than adding ice!

Guest Post by Hannah
Hannah is a Junior Miami University Dietetics Student and is currently interning at Grass Roots Nutrition. She will be co-hosting the December Real Food Challenge. Hannah enjoys hiking, cooking any breakfast foods and creating new recipes.

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