Try It Review: Blender Bottle

4:24 PM, Mar 16, 2011   |    comments
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Blender Bottle

ALPHARETTA -- Wouldn't it be great to be able to blend your favorite foods without all the mess of the big, bulky blender?

Then there's the cleanup, all the parts to clean.

So what are you to do?

David Armstrong knows his way around a kitchen. He keeps his blender mostly on the top shelf in his pantry.

"It's hard to clean," he complained. "It's got all these pieces. I hate to clean the blender."

The Blender bottle promises to make blending you favorite shake, salad dressing, pancake batter as easy as one, two, three.

The secret weapon is the stainless steel blender ball included in the cup.

Simply drop the surgical grade stainless steel ball in with your ingredients and shake. Just make sure you put the top on securely or as we learned you'll be cleaning up a big mess.

No batteries or electricity means portability and dependability. Use it in the kitchen, at the office, at the gym, when you travel, or on the go.

We made our favorite pancake mix. David liked how easy it was to mix and pour right from the cup.

"Worked great," he said.

He also a creamy ranch salad dressing, then chilled and stored it right in the bottle.

"Good taste," said David.

We also made an orange dream shake. Everything really came out great.

"Turned out well," he said. "I thought they were all tasty. It did exactly what it was supposed to do. I'm impressed with this."

So what's David's rating? Will he retire his blender for good to the pantry only to be used for big projects?

"On the Blender Bottle," he said, "my rating is two thumbs up."

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