Rated 5 out of 5
Â by Verified Reviewer By far best kitchen appliance I own!
This is my third ninja. With that being said. Let me say I have three at three seperate locations. I LOVE my ninjas!!!! I use them mostly for protein smoothies. As well as a food processor and a blender all in one. I have tried all different types of blenders etc. and my ninjas are a staple in my family for my kids my husband and myself. Seems like we are standing in line every morning waiting for OUR turn! I definitely recommend this product if you're looking for an all in one blender. My first ninja was purchased 4 years ago and still runs like the day I got it. The second a year ago. And the third I just received a few days ago and I could be more in love! Try a protein smoothie!
Ain't she pretty:
Five whole strawberries
1 cup of old fashioned oats
Tbl spoon of agave
2 tbl spoons of cacao
1 1/2 cups of unsweetened almond milk
If you use almond milk that's not unsweetened leave out the agave. Also try switching out the strawberries for pineapple or blueberries or whatever fruit you'd like to mix. But keep your banana in there!! Again this is a protein meal shake and meal replacement or snack! So Enjoy!!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by SHMOM Crushes Ice!
So far, so good, but only used it twice. When I was cleaning it, the inside of the plastic container already had some sort of scuff mark which I can't get off, but other than that, I'm hoping the plastic container lasts long.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DWMonroe works great so far!
I love my new blender to do shakes, smoothies. We have used it frequently and I like the recipe book too
Rated 4 out of 5Â by azkohlslover Ninja
The Ninja definitely works better than our cheaper Oster blender. My son uses it to make smoothies in the morning and it chops the frozen fruit without a problem.
My only surprise/problem (and maybe this is expected with pricier blenders) is the blades are not attached to the blender, thus, if you pour your drink or whatever you blended without the lid...it comes out with the drink! I guess not a huge deal, we have learned to take it out before we pour, just not expected.