Table of Contents
- 1 Thinking About Buying A Hand Blender?
- 2 Uses For Hand Blenders
- 3 Cordless Hand Blender
- 4 Top 5 Hand Blender Uses
- 5 Healthy Food Made Easy With The Hand Blender
- 6 Factors to Consider When Buying a Hand Blender
- 7 Improved Safety with Small Kitchen Appliances
Thinking About Buying A Hand Blender?
When it comes to buying a hand blender you should avoid going for the cheaper models. You will find the cheaper models have a low-quality motor that only produces 200 watts of power. With such a low power output the blender will struggle to cut through things like tough dry vegetables. Not only will you have difficulty with some blending jobs with the cheaper models but the life span of the appliance is much shorter.The high-performance models are very well priced so it is well worth the little extra. The higher performance models have powerful motors that are around the 500-watt range.
Uses For Hand Blenders
Preparing Yogurt and fruit Smoothies
Blend For Gravy Lovers
Great For New Moms
Don’t worry about the mess. Most blenders come with a tall slender mixing container with the appropriate depth to mix or churn your ingredients to avoid splashing as the blade spins. The blender is built in a way that causes very little mess, an average-sized bowl will do the job for mixing or blending.
Key Hand Blender Benefits
- Quick & easy to use kitchen appliance
- Easy to clean and store by utilizing the small corner of the kitchen unlike the huge appliances used for the same purpose
- Easy maintenance
- Can be used for hot or cold dishes, liquid or semi-liquid dishes
- Eradicates the need for manual hand mixing, hassle-free & hygienic
- Capable of creating a wide range of dishes
Top 5 Hand Blender Uses
We will take you through our top 5 hand blender uses, hopefully after reading this your little hand blender, stick blender, or immersion blender will be brought to life.