Delores’s NutriBullet Tips89
I learned a few tricks here and there since I started using my NutriBullet several months ago. These tips seemed to take the mystery out of making my daily NutriBlasts, especially during the course of a busy day; they’ve worked for me and I still use them today.
First, I learned how to let me taste buds guide me when making my tasty drinks. It was pretty simple: I just use the ingredients that I already like and combine them. When I started making my Blasts, I thought using ingredients I already knew and loved would increase my chances of sticking to it – and I was right!
I also learned to make my smoothies ice cold. I placed a picture of ice water in my fridge that was filled with ice cubes, giving me the option of using ice cold water or some partially thawed ice cubes that would blend in my NutriBullet effortlessly. This way, I never even have to use ice cubes straight out of the freezer.
Another tip was coming up with a good way to carry my NutriBlasts. I already had four tumblers that were perfect since they happened to be the same size as the tall and short NutriBullet cups. The tumblers fit inside my car’s cup holders and made transporting my drinks much easier. I wouldn’t have to worry about exchanging lids and lip rings. Plus, I didn’t have to worry about trying to find my NutriBullet supplies at the end of the day. The cups stayed in the kitchen and the countertop stayed NutriBlast ready.
There are a few additional tips I found out along the way that I’d like to share:
- Fill liquids up to the MAX line and stop there.
- Tighten the cap before extracting.
- If using frozen produce, be sure to combine with fresh produce.
- Using different kinds of liquids can make amazing variations of your favorite NutriBlast drinks (such as coconut milk, almond milk, chilled flavored teas).
These tips helped me when I first started using my NutriBullet and I look forward to learning new tips in the near future. What NutriBullet tips have you picked up along the way?