New Product Alert: Ninja Kitchen System 1100


High performance blenders are now in demand because of all the detox-diets that dominate bookshelves and world wide web.  I’ve been using the Vitamix for quite some time (over 15 years to be exact) and wanted to recommend a comparable version that wouldn’t break the piggy-bank. To my surprise, the Ninja Kitchen System 1100 provided mostly every option I wanted in a blender and food processor, costing only $160.00 in comparison to others at $450.00 plus. I tested my Super Green Smoothie recipe (see below) to gage if the RPM’s were strong enough to pulsate the fibers in all the veggies I add.  Sure enough, not only did the Ninja break down the veggie fibers, the smoothie was also frothy–a huge plus in the world of smoothie and vegetable juicing.

Stella’s Super Green Smoothie

Green Smoothie

  1. Handful Organic, Fresh or Frozen Berries
  2. 1 Tablespoon Dried Coconut (No Sulfur/Unsweetened)
  3. 1 or 2 scoops Protein Supplement Favorites include: Jarrow Unflavored Whey Protein from Concentrate, Hemp Protein Powder, Egg White Protein
  4. 1 scoop Garden of Life Superseed or Chia Seeds
  5. 1 /2 cup Frozen Spinach or Fresh Greens (choice)
  6. 1 cup So Delicious Coconut Milk
  7. Pure Water

Blend all ingredients together, adding water to your desired consistency.

Preparation time: 2 minute(s)

Diet tags: Low calorie, Reduced carbohydrate, High protein, Gluten free, Raw

Number of servings (yield): 1

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