It seems like it’s been a while since we featured an awesome blender and I know you smoothie fans have been waiting for Kitchen Authority to continue its tour of blenders, so I am happy to feature one today.
We’ve been generally impressed by the Black and Decker kitchen appliances range but how did the Black And Decker Crushmaster Blender compare to the items we’ve tested so far? Well… why don’t we find out?
Stop For A Smoothie!
I like to stay trim and that’s something of a challenge when you work in the kitchen all the time as I do. However, one way to keep the calories down is to replace one meal a day with an ultra-healthy smoothie. They’re tasty and they’re really good for you.
So with that in mind, here’s one of my favorite collections of recipes for healthy, weight loss smoothies. Why not let me know which one is your favorite in the comments below? I’d love to know.
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The Black And Decker Doesn’t Quite Crush It
This isn’t a bad blender at all. It does what it’s expected to and the smoothies and baby food we produced with it were exactly as expected but I have to be fair, it’s not quite as solid a device as some of the other Black and Decker products we’ve tested.
This is an entry-level blender but I am not sure it will last forever, it’s just a little “flimsy”. Having said that it’s about $20, so you can’t complain about the price to value ratio.
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