Both innovative and functional, Ninja Blenders are a frequent choice of cooks and chefs for making smoothies, soups, dips, pancakes, quick breads, pesto, dressings, margaritas and more. Choosing the best Ninja blender model for you from Ninja's wide selection can be challenging.
To find your new Ninja blender, determine what size pitcher you need and how powerful its motor should be based on the kinds of food prep you'll be doing. The 400 watt Ninja Master Prep includes a 48 oz. pitcher, while the 1,000 watt Ninja Professional Blender includes a 64 oz. pitcher and the 1500 watt Ninja Mega Kitchen System features a 72 oz. pitcher. You may need only a Ninja single-serve blender like the Ninja-Fit or the Nutri Ninja to create single portions.
If you want a new Ninja blender to make healthy and tasty smoothies, search for a Ninja that specializes in liquifying and blending anything you place in the cup, ready for you to pour into an insulated water bottle and take with you in the morning. If you want your Ninja to help in making purees and sauces, you should select a Ninja blender with grinding and pureeing capabilities. If you'll be using your blender for chopping nuts or cutting vegetables, select a Ninja with chopping capabilities and a pulse function ─ which also can crush ice cubes right out of an ice maker to make margaritas or other frozen drinks.
How to Use: Ninja Blender Smoothies, Batters and More
Once you get your new Ninja blender working in your kitchen, you may be surprised by its versatility. While you can put it to use in traditional ways, making smoothies, soups, sauces and frozen desserts, you can also branch out and make homemade peanut butter or homemade pizza sauce. A Ninja blender can earn you a reputation as a master of breakfast when you create custom waffle or pancake mixes from scratch, then cooking them on an electric griddle. It's easy to find new recipes and functions for your Ninja products by firing up your iPad Pro and searching the internet.