We recommend washing the blade by hand with warm soapy water immediately after use. You can use a nylon brush to reach hard to reach areas. The blade and motor base are not dishwasher safe. The cups and other accessories are dishwasher safe. When cleaning the motor base, unplug from the socket and wipe clean with a warm soapy cloth.
Yes they are BPA free.
We recommend using frozen fruits such as berries, bananas or mango to make the smoothies cold. If you do use ice, do not exceed 25% of your total ingredients.
We suggest smaller cubes or crushed such as those from the refrigerator ice maker so that it disperses thoroughly in the smoothie. Also chilled liquid such as spring water, herbal or ginger teas, almond milk can help to make the smoothie cold without over watering.
Blending creates pressure inside the cup to break down ingredients. Make sure not to fill above the MAX line. The longer your blend cycle is on, the more pressure is building inside the cup. An alternative is pulse blending in shorter cycles.
Never blend heated or carbonated ingredients in the Nutribullet cup, this could cause the cup to pressurise and leak causing damage or injury. Only blend hot ingredients in the jug with the vented lid securely attached.
Each Nutribullet has its own blade and cup that is designed to specifically for each model. Using the wrong parts and accessories can lead to increased wear and tear. You can purchase your spare parts from High Street TV by either calling their 24hr Order line on 0344 800 0649, or by visiting their website – HighStreetTV.com.
No, the Nutribullet cups and jug are not microwave or freezer safe.
A smoothie is a blended beverage made with solid and liquid ingredients: fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, water, milk, etc. Smoothies are blended using a Nutribullet or traditional blender, and the finished product retains all of the material (skins, pulp, and fiber etc) of their whole food ingredients.
Juice is made by extracting nutrient-rich liquid from whole fruits and vegetables. Juicers separate the solid components of fresh produce (pulp, skin, fiber, etc) from their liquid content, which is then filtered through a spout and into a glass or pitcher for drinking. While juices do not contain fiber, they’re great for a quick pick-me-up, and can help to add an extra boost of fruit and veggie goodness to your day. Fresh juices and smoothies can be great additions to a healthy, active lifestyle.