Nutribullet 900w Product Review + 3 Vegan Smoothie Recipes!

Hi all!

Back in June, Francis and I ordered the Nutribullet 900w from Amazon so we could start making smoothies for ourselves and our baby girl. It is such a great way to pack in plenty of nutrients that your child wouldn’t necessarily eat on their own. Let me tell you, it has more than paid off! I am a massive fan of this product so today I will be reviewing it, plus providing you with 3 vegan smoothie recipes that we love to make in our household. I hope you enjoy!


Sorry for the shiny reflective image – this is hard to photograph!

I understand that not everybody can afford a decent smoothie maker, but I honestly think that we got a real bang for our buck when we found the Nutribullet on Amazon. You can order one here if you’re interested. It’s $99.00 plus free shipping, which is so much cheaper than it is in stores. There really is no point purchasing one that is $20, only for it to blend badly and break down a couple of months later. Just to clarify, this is not a sponsored post at all; I’m just a huge fan. We wanted a powerful device that was also low maintenance and easy to clean. It doesn’t have any complicated parts. It doesn’t make a mess. It’s truly fantastic. All you have to do is load up your cup with ingredients, pop it into the base and turn. The motor is so powerful it takes less than a minute to blend everything together. You then take the cup out, pour your smoothie into a jar and that’s it! You literally only need to wash the cup and blades once you’re done. You never have to touch or clean the base. When you’re living in a home with an active toddler, you don’t want to spend too much time preparing food and snacks. This baby has been such a time-saver and a wonderful way to give our child servings of fresh fruit, veggies and lots of other important nutrients. 


1.) The ‘BluBaby’ Blaster 


– Handful of frozen blueberries

– 2 ripe bananas 

– 1 tbs of nut butter (I used peanut butter)

– 1 1/2 cups of plant milk (we use full fat soy milk for our growing toddler) 

– 1 tbs chia seeds 

-1 tsp hemp seeds 

– 1 tsp cinnamon

2.) The Green Machine


– 2 frozen bananas 

– 1 1/2 cups of plant milk 

– 1/2 cup of greens powder (the one I use contains spirulina, broccoli, spinach and kale)

– 1 tsp cinnamon 

– 1 tbs chia seeds 

– 1 tsp hemp seeds 

– 1 tbs nut butter 

3.) The ‘Nana’ Oats 


– 2 frozen bananas

– A dash of vanilla extract

-1/3 cup rolled oats

-A sprinkle of cinnamon

-1 1/2 cups of plant milk

– 1 tbs chia seeds

-1 tbs nut butter

By the way, I made up these silly smoothie names so when Abi starts talking she can ask for one by its specific name. I thought they were cute and fun. 

I hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know if you have a good smoothie maker and any recipes you’d like to share down below. Thanks for reading! 

Peace & Love xoxo 

am not being paid or sponsored for this post/products – all my thoughts/opinions are my own.


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