In addition to drinks, the Nutribullet creates salad dressings, soups, dips, and ice cream. The milling blade in the machine also breaks down brown rice into rice flour or almonds into almond butter. The combinations one may create with this machine are endless.
The original $90 NutriBullet came with 12 pieces and a 600-watt motor. We tested the upgraded version, the $130 NutriBullet Pro 900 Series with 15 pieces. Both models are widely available here in the States. Shop for either on , or , , , , and other major retailers of small appliances. The original NutriBullet is also available in the UK for £100, and the upgraded model for £150 from . While not currently available in Australia, the upgraded model is available for preorder from some online retailers for about AU$280.
Love my Nutribullet! If it leaks it’s because you don’t have the “lid” on tight enough. I always put a banana in with my other ingridents … for sweetness and creamy. This machine is well worth the price.