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Cuisinart boosts both power and capacity to take blending to the next level. Our new line of high-performance blenders includes this 7-speed deluxe model that can handle any task that comes along. A powerful 500-watt motor mixes up 56 ounces of spectacular fruit smoothies in record time. Preprogrammed speed controls are lined up alongside an oversized on/off switch to let user Pulse, Stir, Mix, Puree, Chop, Liquefy or Crush Ice with the touch of a button. Customers love this big blender because when the job is done, the jar and lid go right into the dishwasher!
Rule the kitchen with the Ninja Master Prep Pro! Designed to combat even the toughest culinary challenges, this revolutionary food and drink maker combines the best features of a traditional blender, a food processor and a stick blender all in one device. The Ninja Master Prep Pro puts the power in your hands with an ergonomic power pod. This interchangeable pod lets you move quickly from the blending pitcher to the food processing bowl for fast and easy prep work. Feel like a fiesta? Just fill the processing bowl with ingredients for salsa and the pitcher with ice and margarita mix. Then move down the line with the power pod and you've got an instant party!
Forget mushy, soggy, half-chopped fruits and veggies. Ninja blade technology-with six individual blades for even, efficient results-offers unique processing power for uniform cutting, blending and ice crushing whatever you're preparing. One-touch pulsing lets you mince, dice, chop or puree with ease-just pulse your way to perfectly prepped ingredients.
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Dishwasher safe durablend jar is stronger and 50% thicker, break-resistant and has a 48 oz capacity
4 speeds plus pulse
Convenient spout cap stores under the blender
Equipped with 500-watt of power, this countertop blender works great for liquefying frozen fruit, whipping up creamy smoothies, making pureed soups, and more. Its revolutionary WaveAction blending system continuously forces the mixture down into stainless-steel ice-crushing blades for thorough blending from top to bottom--every time. Great for parties or everyday use, the blender's design includes a convenient dispenser valve, which can be removed and replaced by a cap for standard blending operation. The unit includes a 48-ounce dishwasher-safe DuraBlend plastic jar with a tight-fitting lid, generous handle, and drip-free spout for graceful pouring.
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In the elite line of Ninja brand of blenders, the BL770 wears the black belt. This model offers a perfect mastery of every function that it is called upon to perform. Behind the strength of its 1500 watt/2 horsepower motor and all of the included attachments, the Ninja BL770 offers professional caliber execution in the areas of Juicing, Food Processing, Frozen Blending and Dough Mixing. The BL770 model offers the versatility to prepare items for an entire group, or just for you. Owning this will put you on the fast track to a healthier lifestyle and easier food preparation.
Question by Inquisitive Chick: Do you have a Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor that you use as a smoothie/drink blender?
Or, if you have this appliance, did you buy a separate blender, that’s for just for mixing drinks/smoothies? Do you think this Cuisinart Food Processor would work just as well as a drink/smoothie/milkshake blender… or would this really be better used for mincing/chopping/shredding – that type of thing?
Answer by wildflower I already had a Cuisinart Food Processor that I’ve used for 20 something years. I had to replace the bowl recently, but it has held up really good. I use it about once every 4 or 5 weeks. I stopped making bread dough in it because it is so rough on my processor bowl.
When I recently bought the Cuisinart Blender, in the package deal, I also got a mini food processor. I use it for chopping up herbs.
As for the blender, I never, never put ice cubes in it. I do put frozen fruits in it to make smoothies. And I soften the Ice Cream a little before making the smoothie; by letting it sit out on the counter 15 minutes. I don’t use it to crush up ice because I can put the ice cubes in a plastic baggie and smash the ice with a meat pounder; or my 8-inch black iron skillet. Using your blender to break up ice is very damaging to it and will burn it out soon. The blender will last much longer if you find another way to break up the ice. Yes, I know, the makers of the blender say that you can use the blender to break down the ice cubes, and yes you can, but the blender will wear out real quick. I always want to get my $ $ $ -worth from any thing I buy, whether it’s my car or a house or a blender. I know other people who bought a food processor at the same time I did… theirs broke down and wore out years ago, mine is still going, ‘n going, ‘n going… like the “energizer bunny.” lol So, I’m sure my blender will be around for quite sometime too, since I take such good care of my small appliances.