Tag: NutriBullet

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Perfecting the Huel breakfast smoothie

After a little bit of experimentation, I've arrived at what I think is the ultimate Huel breakfast smoothie. (For the why and what of Huel, check out this earlier post). In a NutriBullet (other blenders are available, obviously) add 200ml of sugar-free almond milk, a handful of ice cubes,  scoop of Huel and two lungo ...

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Coffee + NutriBullet = Delicious

I’ve been pretty good at ignoring virtually all of the suggested receipts that came with my NutriBullet  Once I’d made a couple of drinks, I got into the habit of experimenting with various fruits and vegetables, as well as a nuts, seeds and juices. My staple ingredients for morning drinks are basally bananas, almond milk and ...

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You win some…

I’ve been using my Nutribullet religiously since last Saturday and I’m still not tired of it (though others might be tired of me mentioning it!). I’ve mostly experimented with various fruit combinations, usually adding spinach and now flax. Today’s lunch was a further experiment: spinach, ginger, carrots, flax and beetroot. It was…interesting. The colour was the main ...

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NutriBullet Experiments

Yesterday, I finally unpacked my new NutriBullet and got making some fresh smoothies. The results, I’m happy to say, were delicious. We had to brave a supermarket on a Saturday morning to stock up with some of the required ingredients first. It’s not that we don’t normally have lots of fruit and veg in the house - ...

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Here comes the NutriBullet

I got one of these as an early birthday from @FrankDJS  I’ve heard great things about the NutriBullet’s ease of use. I don’t, however, believe all the various claims about it lengthening my life or curing disease. For me, this is about having a small, compact and powerful blender for creating fruit and vegetable smoothies. So today, it’s ...