My mom and sister have been using a NutriBullet, and when I visited over Christmas and saw it in action, I just knew I wanted one. I am so glad I didn't purchase one right away, because just last week my mom won another one at an event. Like the wonderful mother she is, she gave the new one to me :)
My NutriBullet came with the following pieces:
Learn more about each of the pieces included here.
You place fruits and vegetables of your choice into the primary cup, or you can follow one of the recipes provided. Twist on the extraction blade like a lid, turn it upside down, pop it into the base, and push. That’s it.
The NutriBullet takes off like, well, a bullet. It grinds the fruits and vegetables in mere seconds extracting all of the nutrients, turning it into a smoothie.
To turn it off, you simply turn the cup until it slips into a little groove in the base and it turns off. The cup pops right out and you can drink it straight from the mixing cup, or pour it into one of the other cups. The entire process from start to finish takes me less than 3 minutes.
It comes with a user guide which includes recipes and great information on good nutrition, and the nutritional science behind the NutriBullet. The recipes are for dinners, smoothies, soups, side dishes - all with this one gadget. The user guide also includes a journal in the back to help you track your eating habits if you need to.
In the research I had done prior to receiving this NutriBullet, I found the price to be about $90. The NutriBullet can be found at places like Target, Macy's, Kohls, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc.
The NutriBullet makes absolutely magnificent smoothies, much smoother and creamier than my regular blender does. Plus, I love that I can take my smoothie on the go in the same cup it was prepared in!