Can the Nutribullet Be Used as a Food Processor? (EXPLAINED)


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Can the Nutribullet Be Used as a Food Processor?

Blender Question of the Day: Can the Nutribullet Be Used as a Food Processor?

Quick Answer: The Nutribullet can be used as a food processor for small batches of almost any type of food. Simply place whatever you want to process into the blender jar (not hot liquids or foods), attach the blades, and pulse or blend. In order to enhance the Nutribullet’s food processing capabilities, it might be helpful to take the blender off of the base after a few seconds and shake the cup so the ingredients get shifted around. This is helpful because sometimes when using this machine as a food processor, the blades won’t draw all of the ingredients into them at one time.

Small pulses of the Nutribullet and moving the ingredients around in between is the best way to use it as a food processor.


Check out our summary list of the right Nutribullet blenders for a wide variety of applications:

Nutribullet ModelIdeal Uses
Magic BulletThinner smoothies, basic chopping, salsas
Nutribullet Pro 900Thick smoothies, sauces, fruit-based ice creams, batters, sauces, flours
Nutribullet Blender ComboSoups, large and thick smoothies, batters, sauces, nut butters
Nutribullet RxHeating soups, large smoothies, fruit-based ice cream, sauces, batters, nut butters

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