Make Your Own Magic Bullet!



Hello again! Iíve recently been a little discouraged that my Magic Bullet has seen itís last day at our house. I love my new BlendTec but sometimes I just want to chopped a Ĺ c. of nuts, or mix a jar of salad dressing and would prefer my smaller option. Instead of buying a new Bullet, I found a solution with things I already have at home! So for all you fellow Pinterest-ers out there, you may have already seen this, but I just had to share this amazing find!



Thatís right Ė you can use standard mouth size Mason jars with your regular blender! The reasons I am seriously in love with this right now . . .

1.    LESS mess: oh yeah, totally love only having to wash the blade since Iím usually using the jar to hold whatever it is I just blended instead taking up all that space in my dishwasher with the huge blender pitcher.

2.    MORE sizing options: seriously, any size Mason jar works with this! So if I only need a small amount of something (like my Ĺ c. of nuts to chop), I can use my 1 c. jars. Making a salad dressing or syrup? Use my pint jar (that goes straight into the fridge or immediate use!). Making a smoothie? Use my quart jar and I can drink it straight from the jar or on the go.

Here are just a few additional ideas on how to use your Mason jar bullet blender:
1.    individual smoothies/milkshakes (how cute would it be at a party to use these?! I will likely look for them used, but weíll see . . .)
2.    salad dressings
3.    syrups
4.    sauces
5.    nuts
6.    pureed baby food (in 1 c. jars)
7.    homemade salsa: blend your salsa in the jar and then can! No drippy messes :o)

So what else can you think of? . . .

Britney :o)

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