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Thinking of adding a blender to your arsenal of kitchen appliances? There are few more versatile devices you can buy! With a high-powered blender on your side, you can make all kinds of awesome foods and drinks. Are you confused about the differences of juicing and blending?

Please see our juicing vs. blending article for some advice on choosing the right juicer or blender for you, alternatively you can contact us for more information.

Benefits of Blenders

With a high-powered blender on your side, you can make all kinds of awesome foods and drinks, including; Smoothies,  Dips, Sauces, Milkshakes, Cocktails.  Salsas, Hummus, Soups, Pudding… and so much more.

Asking what the benefits of blenders are might seem a bit frivolous; you get to make more food, and that’s good, right? But here are some of the specific reasons why a blender is an awesome addition to your kitchen:

Make the foods you already enjoy more quickly and easily. If you are going through the hard work of mixing ingredients by hand, you will find that what takes you minutes now can take you seconds in a blender. Plus, the blender will do a better job at it. So you’ll be able to save time making your favourite recipes, and they will come out better.

Try new recipes you have never been able to make before. There are all kinds of foods you can only make at home if you have a blender. All those recipes you always wanted to try but have never had a chance to will now be easy to prepare.

Eat more nutritiously! This is one of the biggest benefits of all. With a blender, you can replace store-bought sauces and dips which contain all kinds of artificial additives and sugars with healthy homemade sauces and dips that contain nothing but wholesome goodness. Many people also find it much easier to get their daily serving of fruits and vegetables when they can just throw them in the blender and make a delicious smoothie.

So now you see why it’s awesome to have a blender. But where do you start in your quest for the perfect blender for your kitchen? By familiarising yourself with the different types you can buy!

Types of Blenders

There are four basic types of blenders. Within each subset, you’ll find a wide price bracket and a range of different features. Let’s take a look at your options:

High Performance Blenders

These are your most versatile, powerful blenders, just as you would guess from the name. In terms of price, they tend to start at around £200 pounds, and can easily cost more than twice that at the upper end. High-performance blenders feature powerful motors and blades which spin quickly enough to process pretty much anything. These blenders can offer you top-shelf performance for many years, standing up to a lot of repeated use.

Conventional Blenders

If you are looking for something a little less expensive which is still going to offer you versatile performance, the next step down is a conventional blender. This type of blender will usually run you anywhere from £30-£100. With a conventional blender, you can take on a wide variety of blending tasks, but certain jobs like whole-fruit juicing are best left to high-performance models. Jobs that do not require that level of intensity will come out just fine.

Personal Blenders 

Now we’re into the lower price range. In fact, some of the cheapest blenders around fall under this category. A personal blender will run you anywhere from £13 to £70. These blenders are designed only for low-intensity tasks. You can use them for basic applications like smoothie-making. In fact, they tend to be geared at a “grab and go” market of consumers. The containers for mixing often can be detached and used as a travel cup. While these are not very versatile machines, they are quickly gaining ground as some of the most popular blenders around.

Immersion Blenders

This type of blender is also built purely for low-intensity jobs, and will cost you anywhere from £20-£70. Immersion blenders are designed very differently from other types; they are handheld devices with exposed blades. You turn the device so that the blades face downward, and then immerse it in the food or drink you are blending. An immersion blender is great for reaching into deep, narrow bowls and glasses, but is not a replacement for a personal, conventional, or high-performance blender. These blenders can break down quickly if you try to use them on anything that isn’t already fairly soft.

Features to Look For

Whatever type of blender you decide to shop for, be on the lookout for the following features: 

A strong container with a wide mouth which is easy to load and clean. Make sure that the blender offers the capacity you need.

Controls that are easy to clean and operate.

At least 3 speeds and a pulse setting. Preprogrammed settings for different types of foods or actions (stirring, pureeing, etc.) can be helpful as well.

High power and well-designed blades made of stainless steel. Note however that a higher wattage does not necessarily translate directly to higher performance, except with immersion blenders. You should look for at least 300 watts regardless. This is fine for most foods, but for some recipes, you may require more power.      

Look for a brand which offers replacement parts, accessories, and a great warranty.

You should now be all set to start shopping for a blender for your kitchen. A blender really is one of the most all-around useful appliances you are ever going to find. Once you have a high-quality blender to chop, stir, puree, and make your favourite soups, smoothies, dips, and cocktails, you will wonder how you ever lived without it!


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