Blendjet Review & Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe

I’m a huge fan of the Blendjet so I became an Ambassador for the brand. I use to get up two hours early to prepare our morning smoothies. When I came across Blendjet I can now sleep in a little longer and we both blend are smoothies on the go.

On Sunday’s I spend about an hour preparing our fruit and kale for the week ahead. In the morning we grab what we need on our way out the door. Once we arrive at work we blend our daily smoothie. Having a Blendjet is convenient and has made my mornings easier. While traveling we take the Blendjet with us so we don’t have to worry about overspending on smoothies at local cafe. I usually drink half in the morning and the rest after lunch to hold me over. I love my Blendjet!

Here are some the fruit combinations, liquids, and other products we add in.

Fruit Combination Ideas:

  • Banana, frozen mango & frozen strawberries

  • Frozen peaches & frozen mixed berries

  • Banana, frozen pineapple & frozen blueberries

  • Kiwi, strawberries, and green apples

  • Kale, green apples, and kiwi

  • Stevia

Liquids: Water, Milk of choice (almond, cashew, coconut, etc.), Juice (orange, apple, cranberry, etc.) Coconut water

Add-ins: Flax seeds, and Protein powder

My Favorite Morning Blend “Strawberry Banana Smoothie With Flaxseed”

Ingredients

1/2 medium banana.

1/2 cup frozen unsweetened strawberries.

1 1/2 cups skim milk or light soy milk.

2 tablespoons ground flaxseed.

Instructions

Load the ingredients

Blend for 90 seconds

Wallah!

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Facts About The Blendjet

  • BlendJet was founded in San Francisco, California

  • This powerful battery-operated blender can produce 10 cups per charge. It takes about 2.5 to charge via USB port. The blending process takes about 90 seconds.

  • Single-button operation makes this portable blender quick and easy to use. Built-in safety features prevent overheating and also ensure that the unit will not operate if components are improperly assembled.

  • Made from high-quality BPA free and food grade materials, featuring a durable 6-point 304 stainless steel blender blade and 2000mAh battery powering a 5V motor, this powerful smoothie blender is not a toy.

  • This compact lightweight blender is ideal for tucking into a gym bag, briefcase or purse so you always have a healthy option wherever you are. At 3 x 3 x 9 inches, this cordless travel blender is easy to store when not in use.

  • Always start by adding a liquid, such as water, milk, or juice. This will make blending easy.We recommend cutting your fruit or other ingredients into small chunks.For maximum blending power, start your BlendJet upside down so that the blades reach their top RPM, then turn it right-side up so that your ingredients hit all 6 blades at full speed.You can blend ice.

  • Make sure you blend with sufficient liquid inside first, and that your cubes aren’t too large. If they get stuck, add liquid, shake your BlendJet a bit, or turn it upside down.

  • We do not recommend hot liquids over 120°F / 49°C which may cause damage, including leaks, to the jar and base.

  • To clean your BlendJet, simply put water with an optional drop of dish soap inside, and run it one or more times as needed. We don’t recommend putting the jar or lid in the dishwasher. Never submerge the electronic base.

  • Red and blue flashing lights mean your jar isn’t aligned with your base. To fix this, simply screw your jar clockwise into the base. The arrow on the jar should line up with the light on the base. As a safety precaution there is a small magnet on the jar and base, which must be aligned, or else the blades won’t spin.

  • Red flashing lights mean your BlendJet needs to be recharged or that your blades are blocked. Recharge or shake your BlendJet, and/or turn it on upside down, then flip it back over while on.

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