This High Power Immersion Blender Is One Cool Whip

Frank
November 9, 2018
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Braun MultiQuick 9
You must wield a wicked scepter to rule the Land of Smoothies. With its 700-watt motor, Braun’s latest immersion blender blows through foodstuffs that lesser sticks can’t crack—ice cubes, raw potatoes, or even a peeled avocado with pit (if you crave those bitter tannins). Below the soft grip is a compression zone—push down and the spinning slicer moves closer to the bottom of your vessel, ensuring every last bit of basil and garlic becomes pesto. Squeezing the trigger speeds up the blades and takes your mix from chunky to smooth. No apron? No problem. Those funkily shaped feet are designed to keep splatter to a minimum.
$150

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