Ninja Foodi Power Nutri Blender 2-in-1, Blend Smoothie Bowls, Thick Spreads & Frozen Drinks, Automatic Programs, 700ml Cup & 400ml Bowl with with Power Paddle, 1100W, Silver CB100UK
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Everything is plastic, but it feels robust and hard-wearing. There are nice touches, too. The jug has a clever flip-down lid that prevents liquid from flying out, for example, and the cup has a travel cup lid, so you can blend and go.
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Inside the box, you’ll find two 700ml single-serve cups, two spout lids for storage and on-the-go, a motor base and a sharp pro extractor blade for powerful blending and pulsing. This blade is made from high-quality stainless steel and has been put through its paces by Ninja through 1,000 ice-crushing cycles. Ninja’s precision-engineered blades are built to last, made from durable, high-quality stainless steel and put to the test with 1000 ice-crushing cycles.We also used the Ninja Blender with Auto-IQ BN495UK to make pancake mix, incorporating two eggs, flour and milk. Using the 50-second Blend setting was more than sufficient to create a smooth batter, perfect for restaurant-quality pancakes. The CB350UK comes with a redesigned base. Rather than dedicated buttons for Auto-iQ, there’s now a selector dial, which gives the front of the blender a more attractive look. Options available include Powermix, Blend, Crush, Mix, Puree and Chop – although the options available will be determined by the type of jug attached. Previous Ninja blenders have been good, with the main difference between models being the accessories that ship alongside and the Auto-iQ programmes available. For those not in the know, Auto-iQ is Ninja’s system of running the blender automatically for different jobs.
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Featuring a sleek new silhouette with a stylish silver-grey finish and stainless steel accents, this elegant Ninja blender looks great on any kitchen worktop. You’re keen to experiment with flavours: Pretty much anything goes when you’re making a smoothie in this design – from tough ingredients such as pineapple chunks and unwaxed lemon peel, to finer items such as spinach and seeds. No more guesswork with Auto-iQ Technology. Exclusive to Ninja, these intelligent blending programs are tailored to deliver the results you want at the touch of a button. 2 unique pulse, pause and blend patterns do all the hard work for you. You can also take control with manual settings.Next, I put in the pineapple chunks, including the tough core and gave them a blitz, which soon cut the mixture down.
Ninja Foodi Power Nutri Blender [CB100UK] 2-in-1 Blender
To finish off, I added coconut milk, yoghurt and mint leaves. Using the Blend option, I ended up with a perfect smoothie: you can see small chunks of coconut and traces of mint, but the overall drink was smooth, free of large chunks. With its redesigned base, excellent range of accessories and adjustable speed, the Ninja CB350UK is arguably the company’s best overall blender. It’s extremely well priced, too: far cheaper than the excellent KitchenAid Artisan Blender K400, although that product is solidly built and has a lovely glass jug. We pride ourselves on premium quality and performance – all Ninja products are engineered in-house and developed to solve your real-life kitchen challengesExcellent power, dishwasher-safe parts and a redefined base that offers more Auto-iQ programmes makes this one of the best all-round blenders I’ve tested. Design and features In the box, Ninja provides a 2.1-litre jug for larger mixes, a 700ml travel cup with lid, and the 400ml Power Nutri Bowl. The jug has both a large blade assembly and a dough hook; the latter two attachments use the same blade assembly.