Best Blenders for 2021 : Ninja Professional Countertop Blender (BL660)

Blenders are now a days the primarily tools for smoothies and frozen cocktails but they can also blend everything from soups to muffin batter to pesto to hummus to BBQ sauce. With a good blender in your kitchen, you can vastly expand your recipe repertoire.

Before buying a good blender, it’s a good idea to understand how it differs from a good one. Meanwhile, the best juicers completely separate the fibrous pulp of fruits and veggies from the delicious nectar inside, a blender homogenizes everything: what you put in the jar comes out chopped so finely chopped it’s pourable.

Ninja Professional Countertop Blender (BL660)

✓Pro power on a budget

✓ Price: $99.99 | Size: 17 x 8 x 6 inches | ✓Weight: 10.9 pounds | Output: 1,100 watts | Warranty: 1 year

✓Consistently good customer reviews

✓Powerful 1,100-watt motor crushes, blends, ✓purees with ease

✓Large 72-ounce pitcher

✓Comes with two 16-ounce to-go cups

✓Not the best for leafy greens (i.e, green ✓smoothies) or hardy veggies

✓Tricky blade assembly/cleaning

✓Short warranty

The Ninja brand has been around for some time. This is its newest blender which includes a food processor bowl so that in addition to making smoothies, margaritas, and butternut squash soup, you can chop onions, make a chunky salsa, or knead pizza dough. With a whopping 1,400-watt motor this model is tough enough to power through whole fruits, vegetables, seeds, and stems; it’ll turn ice to snow in a matter of seconds.

With this blender you get two travel mugs that you can use instead of the full size jar so that after you blend your breakfast you can just grab the mug and run. On the control panel there are preprogrammed AutoiQ settings for crushing ice, smoothies, chopping, extracting, and making dough. They’re helpful for taking the guesswork out of picking a speed and blending time. Only negative here is that it makes quite a racket when it’s blending.

This is the most difficult part of the procedure for beginning students.

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