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Ninja Foodi Cold & Hot Cook Hot Soups, Sauces and Dips Blender with 1400 Peak Watts to Crush Frozen Drinks & Smoothies Nonstick Glass Pitcher (HB152), 64 oz, Black
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- Ninja Foodi Blender with Heat-iQ
- 64 oz. glass pitcher (56 oz. max cold liquid capacity)
- 1400-peak-watt motor and high speed blade for ice crushing
- 800-watt heating element for infused drinks and soups
- 12 Auto-iQ Programs
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Blender. Cooking blender. Cocktail maker.
Frozen Drinks, Smoothies, and Nutrient Extractions*
Crush ice to snow for margaritas. Blend dairy, fruit, and ice for smoothies. Liquefy whole fruits and veggies for extractions*—now in a pitcher.
Hot Soups, Dips, and Sauces
Cook proteins and vegetables to create hearty or smooth soups, sauces, and dips. Melt chocolate and cheese for fondue.
Cocktails, Mixers, and Waters
Use heat to infuse flavors and create fruit waters, craft cocktails, sodas, and more.
Ninja Foodi Cold & Hot Blender features.
High-Speed Total Crushing & Extraction Blade
Blast through ice and the toughest ingredients with our 1400-peak-watt motor and stainless steel blades.
Precision Heating Element
Boils in minutes with an 800-watt heating element.
Auto-IQ Plus Heat
12 intelligent programs use automated patterns of pulsing and pausing with precision temperature control to deliver incredible blending and cooking possibilities at the touch of a button.
Accessories and easy cleaning.
Premium Nonstick Glass Pitcher
Nonstick surface makes cleanup a breeze.
Heated Clean Program
One-touch dedicated program delivers hassle-free cleaning. Safely clean under blades with cleaning brush.
Easily push ingredients down toward the blades for the smoothest blending results. Perfect for making ice cream.
|Ninja Foodi Cold & Hot Blender (HB152)||Ninja Blender DUO with Micro-Juice Technology (IV701)||Nutri Ninja with FreshVac Technology (BL580)|
|Wattage||1400 peak watts||1400 peak watts||1100 watts|
|Total Crushing Blades||✓||✓||-|
|Pitcher/Jar||(1) 64 oz.(56 oz. max cold liquid capacity)||(1) 72 oz. (64 oz. max liquid capacity)||Not included|
|# of Cups & Lids||Not included||(1) 20 oz. single-serve cup with sealed spout lid||(2) 24 oz. Tritan single-serve FreshVac cups with spout lids|
|Product Dimensions (in.)||8.8" L x 7.9" W x 17.9" H||10.25" L x 6.6" W x 17.5" H||6.7" L x 6.3" W x 15.9" H|
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Meet the Ninja Foodi blender with heat-iq. Combines high-speed crushing with a precision-heat cooking blender to go beyond smoothies and frozen drinks to unlock natural flavors with heat. With the push of a button, heat fruit, melt chocolate, and toast spices to create perfectly customized craft drinks. Cook proteins and veggies for flavorful soups and sauces. Bring the spa, café, and bar menus home with the Ninja Foodi blender with heat-iq.
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Recently I was staying with a friend and had the opportunity to use her Ninja blender (I am not sure which model, but it was the kind with about 10 blades spaced up the center blending bar); it was great! As soon as I got home I opened the Amazon app in search of that blender and I found this beauty. I love that it had a glass jar and that it offered the heat setting; the only thing I was worried about was that it had the traditional blender set-up with the few blades at the very bottom of the jar, was this really going to be able to get things smooth? But, at a quarter of the price of the vitamix and free returns, I decided to give it a go as I had nothing to lose.
This is a substantial appliance. It’s very solidly built (and a little heavy), so I cleared a spot on my counter for it so I wouldn’t have to schlep it around the kitchen from the cupboard to the counter. Having it out has also encouraged me to make healthier choices and use it more.
Everything I have made so far, from smoothies, to soups and sauces have turned out perfectly. I was a little hesitant to invest over $100 on another blender, especially after the Vitamix experience, but after giving this a try, I have no regrets about my decision; it actually inspired me to order the ninja foodi air crisp pressure cooker, hopefully that will be as amazing as this blender.
As a busy mom I love anything that makes cooking easier and this does just that. It makes smoothies like other blenders but the real amazing feature is is how it heats things. They include an easy Alfredo sauce recipe and it’s now a house favorite! It was VERY easy to make, it tasted amazing (kid friendly flavor aka no spices) and I was able to easily pour it onto everyone’s plate which is great since everyone likes a different amount of sauce :) When it’s done making a sauce (we’ve tried a few) it stays nice and warm until you are ready to use it. So no worries if everything isn’t timed perfectly!
One thing that I’m not a fan of.... and the reason for knocking a star off.... is the self cleaning mode. You are not able to submerge the pitcher in water for cleaning but the self cleaning mode does a pretty poor job at cleaning. I rinse everything out, use the brush they provide to scrub around the blades and base and then follow steps for cleaning mode. It cleans great for basic drinks and smoothies but I struggle getting it clean after soups or sauces. There’s always little bits stuck around the bottom edge. Simply put... it’s a pain to clean! So much so that I think twice before pulling it out for recipes that might leave bits garlic or spices.
This is an absolute upgrade from our previous blender. This creates perfect sauces and warm liquids (our other one was horrible at it). We are loving this blender... we just hate cleaning it ;)
Bottom line if you are looking for a Vitamix alternative this one is where it is at. This blender has changed the way I eat, think, and how I appreciate food better
P.S get yourself the Ninja foodi hot&cold blender already
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My first impression of the blender was - wow this thing is heavy. My second impression was, it doesn't make a lot of soup... why would I want to make 3 bowls of soup when I can make a whole pot? I was also concerned about smells building up in the blender itself as I went between sweet recipes and savoury ones. So off I went to try the blender and see how it stacked up to my first impressions.
So first off, Ninja does a really good job with their quick-start guides. The guide will get you up and running in 5 minutes or less so that you can get to the fun part of experimenting with the blender. I was quite excited to try the recipes from the included booklet as well. They are simple, easy and do a good job of showing off each of the blender's capabilities. You also get the added bonus of getting to make something you might not have ever made before and winding up with a really enjoyable result. The first recipe I made was the butternut squash soup, and right away I knew that a hot blender had a place in my life. While it is true that the blender does not make a lot of soup, it is great for those simple recipes with only a handful of ingredients. A small butternut squash, half an apple, onion, a carrot and some stock and seasoning? All fits in there just great. If you have extra from larger produce items you can always prep it all at once and then throw the remaining ingredients in the blender the next day for another fresh soup. So the Foodi won me over for smooth soups. For 'hearty' (unblended) soups, I still prefer my big pots though. When the recipe gets more complex, requiring a lot of ingredients, that's when the Foodi blender is likely to get overwhelmed. To me there is no point fishing out all the ingredients for a textured soup and only put 1/4 of each item in the pot. Go big or go home with minestrone, I say. Another thing that came to mind with the soup-making is that to me it seems like the Foodi has a lot of potential for making pureed baby food. I made a winter squash and kale soup that came out pretty thick (like baby food) and it made me think that this was a possibly overlooked benefit of the Foodi blender. I can imagine it being pretty convenient for a new parent who wants to make healthy purees for their baby to just drop the ingredients into the blender and let it do its magic from cooking to pureeing.
For cold items, this blender definitely has the crushing power, combined with smart programming, to be able to make the blender drinks and smoothies you want it to. I do miss my Ninja single portion blender cups and unfortunately the Foodi blender base is not compatible with single portion cups. Super bummer, I know. It did make a pretty awesome smoothie and the program pulses were timed well to avoid jams. It does make a crazy mess inside the blender top though when the first pulse hits and tosses protein powder up the sides of the jar. A lot of smoothie gets left behind after you pour, and even with a spatula to get as much as I could, I felt that a fair bit was being wasted - at least for the blend I used. As I said before, the blender top is HEAVY. and the pour 'spout' area, in my opinion, sucks. It's always going to drip or have liquid run down the front of it no matter what I do. So I've taken to pouring with a paper towel in the hand holding the jar to get dribbles before they run down the side of the jar and onto the counter.
Once you've served your blended creation, you need to clean this thing. I was skeptical about the self cleaning function and for good reason. It isn't a fix-all. You will still need to do a good rinse and scrub, and probably use a cloth to soap and wipe down the sidewalls of the jar. The clean function cannot deal with the top of the jar very well, so the pre-cleaning is necessary. This is where the heaviness of the jar becomes a pain in the butt, clunking it around in the sink, holding it under the faucet to rinse it as it gets even heavier, while still trying not to get the bottom of it wet. I set it on the bottom of a wet sink with no issues, or you could even tip it on one corner so the bottom doesn't come in contact with water, but in my experience, a bit of moisture touching the bottom of the base did not cause any issues. I just made sure to give it a thorough towel dry underneath before putting it back on the base for the clean function. Otherwise the thing is just too heavy and a pain to clean. So anyway, once the pre-clean/wipe is done and it gets mounted back on the base with the 750 mL water and the 2 drops of dish soap, the rest of the cleaning is taken care of. I haven't had an issue with any residue in the bottom of the jar, and I'm pleased that odour does not accumulate in the base, at least. Unfortunately, I haven't had any luck getting the smell out of the lid though. I've tried vinegar, baking soda and boiling it. It still smells like curry. It's something to be aware of. I don't think it should limit what a person uses their blender for, but I do wish there was a better solution than just dealing with it or buying a whole new top. Overall this is a pretty killer little machine, despite the stinky lid, and I am definitely a hot blender convert.
We recommend the ninja cook book for this blender, great receipt