The Nutribullet Immersion Blender has a lot to offer in the hand of a home cook. With variable speed controls ranging from low to high and with multiple accessories included, prep work will be easy. Go with the standard option, or choose the deluxe package to upgrade your purchase. Read our review now.
Want a hand blender that’s more than just a basic stick? In addition to regular blends and purees, the KitchenAid KHB2561 5-speed can chop, crush, whisk, shred, and froth. It comes with a bunch of attachments, plus a case to store them in, and is very easy to use and clean. Read our full review now.
European manufacturing, stylized blades for specific tasks, and plenty of power make the Bamix Gastro Pro-2 an ideal choice for the home cook. The original manufacturer of immersion blenders, Bamix of Switzerland has the history and expertise that delivers a top-end product of superb performance. Read all about it now.
For outstanding power when you need it most, the All-Clad KZ750D immersion blender delivers the goods. With a robust motor, variable speed settings, and a turbo boost, you’ll have plenty of muscle when you need it most. And of course, being an All-Clad, you know it’s built to last. Read our detailed review now!
For small-batch convenience and quick, clean operation a hand blender like the Braun MA725 is a must-have kitchen tool. Small and compact, they provide plenty of power to mix or puree baby food, sauces, smoothies, soups, and more. And with an attachment or two, you can chop and whip as well. Read our review here.
Immersion blenders are great for small jobs like pureeing soup or making baby food. The cleanup is very easy as well – just rinse the end and toss it in the dishwasher. They’re a lot smaller than the countertop models, making storing and traveling with one very easy. Read more about these great kitchen devices now.