October 24, 2012

Review: Ninja Kitchen Blender

If you are in the market for a new blender, I highly suggest the Ninja Kitchen Blender!  This is a great blender with lots of added features.  It is very strong and durable, able to take on some of your toughest kitchen creations!

The Ninja Kitchen System Pulse includes a dough blade, cookie paddle, and a standard blade.  It also includes two single serve cups, a smaller blade, and drink lids that can be used to quickly make a breakfast smoothie or (our family favorite) a milkshake.

So your thinking, what makes this blender any different from other blenders?  We decided to put the blender to the test and make a batch of cookies.

The cookie dough paddle works great to mix the dough.  It takes literally seconds to change out the blade to the paddle.  Once the blender is set up, add all of your ingredients into the pitcher.

The bag of Betty Crocker cookie mix fits perfectly in the 40 oz bowl.  There is just enough room for all of the ingredients.

To blend your smoothie, cookie dough, or pizza dough, simply hold down the lid.  There is no need to scrape the bowl edges, as the cookie dough paddle pulls the dough and mixes it all up very well.  Once the dough is mixed thoroughly,  you are ready to add them to the pan for baking!

We have tested the Kitchen-Aid blenders in the past, and have found that the plastic prongs on the base of the blender that break off.  Once they start to break off the blender will no longer mix.  We couldn't find any plastic parts that could potentially break off on the Ninja Blender.

There are five different styles to choose from, and the prices range from $99.99 to $169.99.  The Ninja Kitchen Blenders can be found at your local Costco Warehouse, Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy's, and Target.

For more information, you can also visit their website at www.ninjakitchen.com.

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