Today I am reviewing Ninja; one of the most popular blender companies out on the market today. Ninja provides everything you need from blending to even cooking! I am reviewing the Ninja Ultima blender-one of the best blenders that Ninja makes.
The Ninja Ultima features:
*2.5 Peak Horsepower Motor/24,000 RPM
*Only blender with Dual Stage Blending
*Total Crushing™ & High Speed Cyclonic Blades
*PRO Variable Speed
*Gives you a wide range of speeds to
create anything from sauces to whole juices!
*2 Nutri Ninja™ Cups with Sip & Seal™ lids
for personalized drinks on the go
This blender can also replace many of the tools in your kitchen as it can: make ice cream, juice, grind meat, crush ice, make soup, make batter, mills grains and food, and so on.
Something that impressed me right away was the motor. The motor in this baby is very powerful-you can feel it when you crank it up! I was very excited about how fast this blender worked to crush ice and fruit for a smoothie that I had made. The blades were crazy sharp and the drink came out heavenly smooth.
Ninja offers a ton of recipes on their site to use when playing with your new Ninja blender. The one that I chose to make was this:
Skinny Belly Busting Breakfast Replacement Smoothie
PREP TIME: 2 minutes
SERVES: 4 14-ounce servings
Perfect high protein smoothie to keep you full in the morning, packed with fiber, and the green tea boosts your metabolism.
2 cups low-fat plain Greek Yogurt
4 tablespoons flax seed
3 cups green tea
2 cups frozen strawberries
4 teaspoons agave
- Place TOP BLADES in the Ninja Ultima Pitcher and add all ingredients in order listed. PULSE 3 times and flip the switch to START. Set to Speed 1 and slowly increase to Speed 8. Blend for 45 minutes or until smooth.
To view more of Ninja's blender recipes, click here!
Overall, I was super duper impressed by this powerful blender that Ninja had to offer. I had never been a fan of Ninja until I tested this awesome product! Definitely worth buying for such a great price.
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Disclaimer: I was given a Ninja blender to test, at no cost. All opinions are my own.