13 questions from our users
Can you grind coffee beans with the NutriBullet 1200. I’ve just tried to buy a milling blade. I now see on this group that you can’t. Thanks
Just had to have our 1st Nutribullet replaced so wondering what can't be blended in these machines. My previous Magic Bullet was great with ice, herbs, veg, lemon & peel. Thanks Chris N
Hi Chris we had the same problem, the issue appears to be the new blade the gap is to big. I took our back and got a refund
Can i grind flax seeds in the NutriBullet 1200? There is no milling blade included with this model (which I now hugely regret).
Would it blend carrots and parsnips?
Hi Gabriela, yes carrots and parsnips should be fine. (some of their own recipes have carrots in them) I'd suggest cutting them into chunks first.
Yes, but not that well. I found the NutriNinja (which I purchased after returning the NutriBullet) to be much better at blending hard vegetables.
Poor product just waste of money
So..... what's your question?
My partner and I use it almost daily.
My parents, brother, sister use the ones I got them almost daily.
So no, I disagree with your statement, I feel that this product is fantastic.
Perhaps had you explained why you felt that this was a poor product I would have been able to understand your point of view.
I totally agree. I returned mine after several pieces broke and the company wouldn't replace them (even under warranty). Have replaced it with a Ninja and it's a much better quality machine, even just the plastic used for the cups is definitely a higher quality. Even my kids have noticed that their smoothies are much more smooth (no lumps of frozen banana like they got with the nutribullet!). I would never recommend Nutribullet after my experience with their product and customer sservice.
Can you put ice in cup when blending?
I can't seem to find a milling blade for the nutri bullet 1200, is there one?
My understanding is that the extractor blade does the same job.
Marlaw, that finally occcured to me last night, so I put it to the test with sunflower seeds and it did indeed do what a mill would do. Then I carefully dried everything and put water in it, and I had no leaks, so perhaps it was my doing, we'll see. Thank you for your response.
Only problem is that the extractor blade does not work as well as the milling blade i only have the extctor my self but i have a friend who has both
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