Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that there’s a new love in my
life- The Blend Active Blender/Smoothie Maker by Breville.
Although I eat a varied, fairly healthy diet, I struggle to get my 7 a day in, particularly during months where there’s not much seasonal fruit on offer, so I looked in to getting a juicer. After a few discussions with people and a trawl through the internet I decided to get this little beauty in favour of a juice extractor.
The great thing about blenders is that, unlike a juicer, instead of separating the pulp from the
juice it just blends it all together. Less waste and lots more nutrients- boom. Plus the fact that for me (greedy with an insatiable hunger) having more bulk to my drink would keep me fuller for longer. I bought mine from Amazon for £26.
It’s an absolute piece of piss to use, and more importantly, to wash up. Put your ingredients in the bottle, screw on the lid, tip it upside down and clip into the blender. Then blend it
all together, unscrew it, whack on a lid and drink up.
I honestly can’t recommend it enough and it seems a lot of other people like the look of it too, I posted a photo on my personal Facebook and five of my friends have already bought one.
Do you prefer juicing or blending? What’s your favourite flavour? Post your recipe below or send me a photo to @rosieposiebtn on Twitter or Instagram!
|Strawberry, kiwi, grape, banana and yoghurt|
|Avocado, mint, cucumber, mango, spinach and