Dying to learn how to make those soft food ingredients together without making a mess. Since the blender is such a classic kitchen appliance, you may be needing one for your home. With so many on the market, how can you choose? One of the most important things to consider is how you plan to use your blender. See our tips below and happy blending!
* If you're a spigot for easy dispensing.
* Do you want a blender just for the occasional bar blender! You probably don't need a workhorse, but if you entertain large crowds, capacity is going to be important.
* One downside of many blenders is noise level; fortunately some products use different types of technology to quiet their motors.
* As with most appliances that last a long time, buy the best one you can afford; a good blender can last for 20 years or more, which definitely gives you your money's worth.
There are two main types of blenders available. It's good to have both on hand, but if you are looking to just get one, this comparison will help you decide which suits your needs.
Now that you have your blender, it's time to consider one very important question - what should you make? See below for some popular blends that will keep you happily mixing.