Thanks to Ninja, I was sent the Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO With Auto-iQ to review here on the site. I am so excited to have this product since it is encouraging my family to make better choices for snacks and meals, and the opinions expressed in this post are that of my own.
For the past couple of weeks, I have been experimenting with different combinations of ingredients to create appealing smoothies with “better for you” ingredients for my children.
One of their favorites has been a simple Fruit Based drink made with Almond Milk.
To recreate this Easy Fruit Smoothie Recipe, you will need the following:
6-7 Strawberries around a 1/2 Cup
2 Cups of Ice
1 Cup of Vanilla Almond Milk
Place all the ingredients into the blender and then press the Frozen Drinks/ Smoothie Option.
Once it stops blending serve immediately. (Makes enough for around 4 )
Not only has the Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO With Auto-iQ come in handy for smoothies, but I have also used it for a veggie juice, as well as homemade marinara for pasta.
Since it is a “2 in 1 product”, it is designed for optimal blending as well as nutrient & vitamin extraction.
Developed with Auto IQ, the machine has technology that detects the kind of container being used as well as unique timed pulsing, blending, and pausing patterns.
Through this, I have been able to create a great texture in my meal creations, plus it is pretty cool to watch as it goes to work.
Inside my Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO With Auto-iQ was a 72 oz. Blender Pitcher, a Regular 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup, Jumbo 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup, 1 Pro Extractor Blades, 2 Sip and Seal™ Lid(s), as well as a”3-Day Jump-Start Plan ” by Rachel Beller, MS, RDN, and a cookbook called “Simply Delicious, Simply Nutritious with 75=+ Recipes”.
Have you tried any of the Ninja products in the past? What is your favorite ingredient to include in a smoothie?
For more recipe inspiration, visit Ninja on Pinterest at pinterest.com/ninjakitchen.
I am definitely getting my use out of this, and can’t wait to experiment with a few of the recipes in the cookbook like soup, sauces, and mixed drinks.
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