In this pic it's whipping up my post-workout Berry Cheesecake Pancakes. So there you go, it whips up batters! Just one of the many uses.
I literally want to marry this thing. It produced the yummiest food today, all with perfect consistencies. It is unbelievably quick to use, super easy to clean, and it takes up such minimal space on my counter top.
This machine gets a 10 out of 10 rating from me. I really love it that much.
Soup for breakfast you say? Yes! I eat ANYTHING for breakfast. It is one of the only times I eat high carbohydrate meals so you may find me eating baked sweet potatoes with chicken breast.
So I thought I would put all the ingredients for my soup straight into the Nutri-Bullet, blend it up and warm it up on the stove. Worked a treat!
I placed one cup of pumpkin puree, 3 cauliflower florets, one garlic clove, 1/4 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tbsp cumin powder, 1/4 tsp salt and 1 cup chicken broth in the Nutri-Bullet. Whizzed it up and heated it through in a pot on the stove. I served it with one slice of Ezekiel bread (for my complex carbs pre-workout) and chopped fresh parsley.
I could eat these all day. In fact, I wish I had had them for dinner too. I am definitely whipping them up for breakfast tomorrow!
You can find the recipe here on my site. I put all the ingredients into the Nutri-Bullet, except the fresh berries, and then cooked them on the stove. Absolutely delish!
I first cooked the ground chicken in a pan and steamed the beans and asparagus in my awesome Steamer Bags from Zip Lock. In the Nutri-Bullet I put 5 cherry tomatoes, about a 1/4 cup of fresh parsley from my garden, 2 garlic cloves and 1/2 a very small onion. I pulsed the mixture a couple times. Then I put the mixture together with the ground chicken and heated through on the stove and Walaa. It was super healthy and tasty.
Well, well well. This was one of the best smoothies I've ever had! It was so good I'm going to make one for my husband before his dinner. I'm going to have one again tomorrow! And the best part, it was so filling! It was the perfect pre-workout fuel I needed for my afternoon session at the gym.
Into the Nutri-Bullet went 1 cup of spinach, 1/8 cup raw almonds, 1 tbsp whole flaxseeds, 1/2 cup frozen mixed berries, half a banana and one scoop of French Vanilla Protein Powder from Optimum Nutrition.
Now I don't know whether it was the Nutri-Bullet or the fact that I added fresh Stevia leaves, but this is my best Basil Hummus to date! I'm sorry but it was just perfect! I love basil so much that one day I was making up some hummus flavours and decided to make a basil one. It was delicious. Today I decided that I wanted to try out my Stevia plant, so I risked it and chucked some in there. Thank goodness I did!
Basil Hummus - one can of garbanzo beans, 1 cup fresh basil leaves, 3 fresh Stevia plant leaves, 3 garlic cloves, juice of half a lemon, 3 tbsp's Tahini, 1 tbsp olive oil and 1/4 tsp salt. Pulse a few times in the Nutri-Bullet, being careful not to over blend, and serve with baked chicken breasts and veggies. Just heaven. I will put the recipe and nutrition info on my site as soon as possible.
I can't wait to try out all sorts of other things in here. I think I'm going to do some of my Indian curries and make some protein nut bars. The possibilities are endless!
What comes in the box? You get the Nutri-Bullet base, one large cup (pictured), 2 small cups, 2 lids, 2 screw on handles so you can take your cups to-go, and two different types of blades. I use one blade for liquifying ingredients and the other for things like hummus which you don't want too blended.
If you have one I hope you will share your recipes and I hope I have given you some ideas too.