Are you a beginner at blending? Do you want to try it out but are not sure whether this is for you? Here is an informational guide on the best affordable blenders that won’t break the bank.
Blenders are becoming must-have appliances in a modern kitchen. They give you the ability to make great tasting healthy foods ranging from smoothies to soups, icy drinks, salsas, dips, and baby food. The choice of blenders available can become confusing. There are so many options when it comes to power, size, speeds, functions, container types, and more. In this post, I will simplify the options and review some of the best cheap blenders to help you make an informed decision.
What is a Blender?Think about an old-fashioned method of making orange juice. You squeeze and squeeze your oranges by hand and end up with a huge mess and half a glass! Blenders make your life easy. They are electrical driven machines that juice, mix, chop, crush, grind, liquefy, blend, and emulsify at the touch of a button. Like most modern kitchen appliances, there is a wide choice. Blenders come in two basic types – those that stand on a countertop and those that you hold in your hand. Read on for more info.
Why do you need a blender in your kitchen?In today’s busy world, there is little time for wasting, especially in the kitchen. Blenders are great helpers, allowing you to make a variety of foods very quickly. They are hygienic, fast, and easy to clean. Blending your drinks and meal replacements goes a long way to a healthy lifestyle. Everyone from toddlers to teens and adult friends will enjoy your creations. Blenders save you money in the long run. Too tired to make a meal? Don’t buy expensive take-outs. Blending up a smoothie, soup, or batter is cheap, easy, fast, and healthy.
What Factors to Consider When Buying a Cheap Blender?
- How often will you use it? If you plan on using your blender often, it must be able to stand out on a countertop. It will become a bind to keep packing it away. If you have limited space, consider a handheld immersion blender as an option.
- What will you be blending? Decide what you want to do with the blender. If you want to make smooth baby food, a blender that makes cocktails is probably an overkill. If you’re going to make icy drinks, you will need a more powerful machine. For a single person on-the-go, a blender with a smaller jar is a smarter choice.
- What’s your budget? Cheap blenders come in a range of prices. I have reviewed models ranging from $35 to $100. Decide on your budget before buying and stay within that range. Some expensive machines do not always live up to expectations, and you often get similar features in a better-priced model.
Best Countertop Cheap Blenders Under $100 Reviews
Oster Blender | Pro 1200 with Glass JarThe Oster Pro 1200 has a powerful 1200 watt motor and is considered as one of the best blending appliances in the market. It is versatile with Smart Settings Technology, seven speeds, and three pre-programmed settings for the most common functions. It also has a pulse feature for manual control. The blades work with Dual Direction Blade Technology, which gives you extra power to chop and grind ingredients finely. The blades are extra-wide at 3.5″, and pull the ingredients down faster. They blend in forward and reverse motion, great for removing ingredients that may become stuck. The container is a sizeable 6-cup size, made of extra-strong Boroglass, which can withstand thermal shock. The blender comes with a handy extra 24oz smoothie cup. The size of the machine is 14.25 x 7.25 x 8 inches, and it weighs 7 lbs. It comes with a 10-Year DURALAST All Metal Drive Limited Warranty and the price is around $60.
Why we like itThis is an excellent all-round blender that did the job with no fuss. I enjoyed the pre-programmed settings, which made it very easy to use.
- Large container – the container holds 6 cups, approx 48oz, ideal for a family or entertaining.
- Boroglass container – strong, shatterproof, and resists thermal shock. I much prefer glass over plastic, especially glass that does not crack.
- Extra cup – the extra 24oz smoothie cup is a perk — ideal for a quick on-the-go drink.
- Only one extra cup – it would be great to have more.
- Noisy – like most blenders, it is noisy when running.
What customers are sayingUsers complained that the blender leaked. After some investigation, it appears that the blade, gasket, and screw-on lid needed the correct assembly. In some cases, Oster replaced the cup as it was leaking. A concern raised by customers was that some replacement parts, like blades, are not available. For glass lovers, take note that the extra jar is plastic, not glass. Overall, most people are happy with this blender at a very affordable price of around $60. The Boroglass jar is easy to clean and always looks new and hygienic.
VerdictI would undoubtedly have this affordable blender in my kitchen. It did everything I needed. It is well priced, easy to operate, and looks great with a shiny nickel finish.
Ninja Professional BL610 Countertop Blender with Total Crushing TechnologyThe Ninja Professional blender costs around $90 and features a powerful 1000 watt motor. It has a huge container that holds 64oz, ideal for entertaining or professional use. The container is made of BPA-free plastic and is dishwasher safe. The blender has a 6-blade assembly, which is ideal for crushing ice and frozen fruits. There are four manual speeds and four automatic programs. It offers a pulse function for manual control when crushing or grinding. To clean – add a few drops of dishwasher liquid, warm water, and run for a few seconds. The blender measures 10.63 x 8.19 x 15.75 inches and weighs 9.51 lbs. It has a 1-Year Limited Warranty and comes with a handy 25-page recipe cookbook.
Why we like itIf you are into entertaining, it has an enormous container. This is a durable and robust machine that crushed up ice in a jiffy.
- Large container – holds 64oz, ideal for use when entertaining.
- BPA-free container – is also dishwasher safe.
- No extra cups – it would be useful to have extra smaller cups for a quick grab-and-go drink.
- Large size for home use – it is large and heavy and will have to be left standing on a countertop. Packing and it away could become a challenge, especially for everyday use.
What customers are sayingPeople complained about the pitcher quality and the fact that it cracked soon after buying. The manufacturer replaced the pitcher, but some clients experienced the same problem again. This is a concern. Another con was that the blade placement in the pitcher makes it challenging to clean, and they are incredibly sharp! On the positive side, the machine is strong, durable, and suitable for larger quantities.
VerdictThis appliance is too large for my kitchen. I prefer a blender with a slightly smaller container and also with the option of extra single-serving jars.
Hamilton Beach 58148A Power Elite BlenderThis blender attracted my attention because it is very well priced at around $35. It also has a smaller size at 6.75 x 9.5 x 15 inches and weighs only 5.62 lbs. The jar holds 40oz and is made of glass. I always prefer glass, although it can break, it gives me a feeling of cleanliness and doesn’t tarnish as it gets older. The jar has a convenient easy-pour no-mess spout. With a 700 watt motor, it crushes ice, and the Wave Action pulls the ingredients downwards into the blades for a smooth consistency. This blender offers 12 blending functions. It also has a pulse feature for manual control. The blender comes with a 3-Year Limited Warranty.
Why we like itIf you are looking for a compact, easy-to-use blender with no-fuss and frills, this is a great option. The price is affordable, and the container is glass – a pro for health-aware people.
- Glass container – BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and always looks new and clean.
- Twelve blender functions, easy to operate using the control panel of 5 simple buttons.
- Nice size jar – the 40oz jar is ideal for a family, not too large and not too small.
- Easy to clean – Detachable blades. Jar, lid, and blades are dishwasher safe.
- No extra cups – it would be useful to have smaller extra cups for a quick grab-and-go drink.
- Glass jar – for those who prefer plastic, the jar can break!
- Noisy – it is louder than other blenders I tried.
What customers are sayingOne of the cons mentioned is that the appliance is very noisy. Don’t use it if you have sleeping babies! Others reported that the blades did not catch harder, smaller ingredients like nuts and grains. They had to open up the container and stir it to include them in the mix. On the positive side, the machine is well priced and does the job. Many people gave it a 5-star review and used it daily for a variety of options, from making smoothies to blending healthy baby food.
VerdictThis is a cheap blender, so I don’t expect it to last a lifetime. It looks stylish on my kitchen island and does all I need. I would certainly give it a try at the price.
Cuisinart SPB-7CH SmartPower Electronic Bar BlenderThis 500-watt blender costs slightly more at around $70. It is ideal for blending, puréeing, mixing, liquefying, stirring, and ice-crushing. The jar is glass and holds 40oz. It has a 2oz dripless pour lid with marked measures for adding ingredients while blending. This is also a handy feature for taste-testing when trying out a new recipe. There is a touchpad to operate the controls. It has 7-speeds with indicator lights for easy reading. A pulse function is available for added control when crushing or grinding. The stylish look of the chrome-finished machine certainly impressed me. It measures 7.3 x 10 x 13.3 inches and weighs 7.61 lbs. The base has rubberized no-skid feet to stop it drifting around on the countertop.
Why we like itIt looks stylish and does an excellent job of crushing and blending. I always choose glass over plastic, so that is a definite plus.
- Glass container – BPA-free.
- Multi-speed – 7-speed functions and a pulse function.
- Nice size jar – the 40oz jar is ideal for a family.
- 2oz drip-proof pour lid – comes with handy measurement markings.
- Easy cleaning – the glass jar is dishwasher safe.
- No extra cups – it would be useful to have extra cups for a quick on-the-go smoothie.
- Touch screen controls – for those who prefer manual buttons, this may be a turn-off.
What customers are sayingThis machine is far less popular than the others I reviewed. A pro is undoubtedly the glass container. A common complaint was the fact that it overheated, stopped working, and had to be left to cool down. This is possibly due to the over-use of the lower-powered motor. On the positive side, the machine looks stylish and comes from a renowned manufacturer. People who like tech-savvy controls enjoyed the flat-screen panel, saying that it cleaned well and has no grime-collecting buttons.
VerdictI would look for the same features at a lower price. The blender worked well for me, and I enjoyed the glass container. An issue to consider is whether you prefer manual buttons or touch-button controls.
KitchenAid KSB1570OB 5-Speed BlenderThis blender got my attention with its stylish Onyx Black and Empire Red color options. It has a 550-watt motor and will crush ice and frozen fruits. It features Stainless Steel blades that operate with Intelli-Speed Motor Control. This function automatically senses the contents and adjust the speed accordingly. It also has a unique Soft Start feature, which starts the machine blending slowly to pull the ingredients down, and then increases as the speed to the selected setting. The blender has a solid die-cast metal base that prevents it from drifting around on the countertop. It is a slightly bigger machine at 8.5 x 9 x 16.3 inches and weighs 10 lbs. The sizeable 56 oz. jar is plastic and BPA-free. It has five speeds, a Crush Ice, and a Pulse Mode, and it can stir, chop, mix, purée, or liquify. It comes with a 1-Year Full Warranty and costs around $100.
Why we like itThis blender has a great look and was powerful enough to crush ice. The settings are easy to use, and the heavier weight gives a professional feel.
- 50oz jar – larger size jar for families and entertaining.
- Versatile functions – offers five speeds, a Crush Ice and Pulse Mode.
- Stainless Steel blades – strong, durable, and easy to keep clean.
- More expensive – a higher price of around $100.
- No extra cups – it would be useful to have smaller extra cups for a quick on-the-go smoothie.
- Larger and heavier – not easy to pack away, would have to stand out on a countertop.
What customers are sayingThe main concern was that the blades rusted over time. Stainless Steel should never rust, so one wonders why. People also mentioned that the lid does not lock and contents tend to splash out. It is probably a good idea to fill it with fewer ingredients to stop this from happening. On the positive side, the machine looks super stylish and got many 5-star reviews. Users enjoy the flat-screen panel that is very easy to operate and keep clean.
VerdictThe sturdiness and ease of use impressed me. It is slightly higher priced, but it is worth the extra cost. I prefer a glass container, but this one is BPA-free so that I can live with that.
Ninja QB900B Blender/Food ProcessorThe Ninja caught my eye because it has no control panel! It has a unique push-control that operates by merely pressing down on the large top button. It is ultra-easy to use, small and light at 11 x 12.2 x 7 inches, weighing 4 lbs. The 400-watt blender costs around $35 and comes with a 1-Year Warranty. It has a sizeable 48oz plastic pitcher jar with an easy-pour spout and a flip-lid. It also has an additional plastic 16oz chopper bowl with lid. Pitchers are BPA-free and dishwasher safe. The blender has a 6-blade and a 4-blade set, both work with Stacked Blade Technology. To operate, push down the button and release it when done. The base is non-slip, and it didn’t move around on the counter.
Why we like itFor ease of use, lightness, and convenience, nothing beats this little model. It is an excellent addition to my kitchen.
- Very affordable – at only $35, this is a steal.
- Easy to operate – there is no control panel. Push the button on top, and the motor starts.
- Light, compact, and not noisy – easy to take along on a trip or to the office.
- Very basic design – If you are looking for a more sophisticated machine, this is not it.
- Changing cups – Chopping requires a different bowl and blade assembly, which can become tedious when you are in a hurry.
- Not for weak hands – not ideal for people who have painful hands.
What customers are sayingMany people found this to be an excellent gift for younger people setting up a first-time home. They also motivated their teens to blend up healthy smoothies – a definite pro. It is light and compact and can be packed to take along on a trip or to the office. The main concern was that the motor burnt out or stopped working. This is a cheap machine with limited power. I would not push it too far, but it certainly blended up very acceptable smoothies for many. If you suffer from weak hands or arthritis, the large push button is not a good option.
VerdictThis fun little machine impressed me! It makes an ideal first-time blender to let you experiment. If you become a blending fan – like me – you can invest in a more expensive model at a later stage.
Most Affordable Personal Blenders Under $50 for Making Smoothies
NutriBullet NBR-1201 600 Watts (Original)This blender is also super easy to operate. It has no fancy control panels or buttons. As you push down on the pitcher, the blades spin at one pre-set speed and pulverize your ingredients. The blender has a 600-watt motor and costs around $50. It comes with a 24oz cup and an 18oz cup, both with Stay-Fresh resealable lids. The containers are made of durable BPA-free plastic. The Stainless Steel Steel blades function with a Cyclonic action that sucks the contents down and crushes tough products like nuts and ice. This blender is great for nutrient extraction as it breaks up stems, seeds, and skins where the essential nutrients lie. For easy cleaning, the blades are removable and the cups are dishwasher safe. This blender has a 1-Year Limited Warranty. Size is 12.87 x 9 x 13 inches, and it weighs 7.05 lbs.
Why we like itIt is super easy to use this blender. There are no fussy controls, and it did a great job. I quickly whipped up on-the-go drinks for the family.
- Very affordable – at around $50.
- Easy to operate – no control panel. Push the pitcher down, and the motor starts.
- Light, compact, and not noisy – you can easy to take on a trip or to the office.
- Very basic design – If you are looking for a more complex machine, this is not it.
- Not for weak hands – not ideal for people who have painful hands.
What customers are sayingThis blender is well-liked by many people. It is a win for those who had to opt for a more healthy diet for medical reasons. They find that it is easy to use, light, and compact. The main complaint was that the machine leaks and the gasket slips. After washing, take the time to ensure that you re-assemble all the pieces correctly, and that seems to solve most of these problems. If you suffer from weak hands, hand pain, or arthritis, the push-down action will not be a good option for you.
VerdictYou will enjoy using this blender. It is very affordable and did a great job of quickly blending up healthy and nutritious drinks. I took it to the office and whipped up a drink without disturbing anyone.
Ninja BL456 Countertop BlenderThe Ninja BL456 Blender is a powerful model with a 900-watt motor. It features a push-down action to operate. As you apply pressure to the pitcher in a downward motion, the blades spin at one pre-set speed and pulverize your ingredients. The model comes with a 24oz cup and a handy extra 18oz cup. Both are made of BPA-free plastic and are dishwasher safe, and they have twist-on spout lids for convenient on-the-go meal replacements. The machine has strong, Stainless Steel Ninja Pro extractor blades, which pulverize stems, seeds, and skins, releasing the nutrients for an exceptionally healthy drink. It costs around $60 and comes with a VIP Lifetime Service Guarantee. Size is 6 x 6 x 14 inches, and weight is 7.65 lbs.
Why we like itThis a no-fuss, powerful nutrient extractor. It looks ultra-stylish standing in my breakfast nook.
- Affordable price – at around $60.
- Easy to operate – push the pitcher down, and the motor starts.
- Powerful motor – at 600 watts, it easily crushed ice and frozen fruits.
- Extra cup – handy extra 18oz cup for grab-and-go drinks.
- Very basic design – If you are looking for a complex machine with multiple blending programs, this is not it.
- Not for weak hands – not ideal for people who have arthritis.
What customers are sayingThis blender generally received excellent reviews and rated much higher than the other models I tested. It is easy to use and comes with an additional cup, which is a perk. The main complaint was that some machines left a black residue on the counter after use. The solution is to remove and clean the gasket after use properly. If you suffer from weak hands, hand pain, or arthritis, blenders with a push-down action are not a good option for you.
VerdictIt’s a strong and durable machine that did the job. It has a stylish look and is extremely easy to operate. The extra smaller cup makes the perfect drink for me to take to the gym.
Best Cheap Immersion Handheld Blenders Under $50 Reviews
Mueller Austria Ultra-Stick 500 Watt Immersion Multi-Purpose BlenderAfter testing out countertop blenders, I decided to try out a hand-blender model. This design offers an arm that will fit into a mason jar, glass, mug, cooking pot, or another container, giving you a choice. The Mueller Austria Ultra-Stickfeatures a full copper 500-watt motor and comes with a 100% 2-Year Warranty and the price is around $35. The arm has an ergonomic grip that is non-slip and comfortable to hold. It is easy to operate – place into your mixture, turn on, and whiz! It works for both hot and cold ingredients. You have a choice of 2-speed options with eight variable speeds making it ideal for smoothies, milkshakes, soups, baby food, and more. The blender is easy to clean. Remove the arm and rinse the Stainless Steel finish blades under warm water. Included with the set is a handy whisk. It is light and compact at 15.2 x 5 x 2.8 inches with a weight of 2.1 lbs.
Why we like itI enjoyed the versatility of this immersion blender. I could work directly in a hot pot on the stove or a cold bowl holding a mix for pancake batter.
- Very affordable price – at around $35.
- Easy to operate – place into your container and select your speed.
- Powerful motor – at 500 watts, it easily mixes and blends.
- Not for weak hands – not ideal for people who have soft hands or have arthritis.
- No container supplied – you need your containers.
What customers are sayingThis blender received excellent reviews. It is easy to use and clean. The main complaint was that the motor could only run for a minute; otherwise, it becomes hot and can burn out. This is the design! If you need to run the motor for longer, you probably want a countertop blender. Another complaint was the short cable that appeared to get in the way, but most people found a work-around.
VerdictThis is a reliable and durable immersion blender that worked well. I would be thrilled to have it in my kitchen.
Breville BSB510XL Control Grip Immersion BlenderIf you are an immersion blender fan, then this model is for you. It is undoubtedly higher priced at around $85 but offers exceptional value. It has a 280-watt motor that drives Stainless Steel blades, capable of crushing ice. The blender trigger has an ergonomically designed pistil-like grip that reduces hand strain, and the soft-touch finish offers a non-slip grip, increased comfort, and stability. The 42oz blending jug has easy-to-read measurements. Also, it features a storage lid that also doubles up as a non-slip base. There is an extra 24oz chopper bowl that can fit into the blending jug. Jug and bowl are dishwasher safe BPA-free plastic. The arm has an 8-inch reach and 15 variable speeds for use in taller pots and containers. It also comes with a handy whisk attachment. The size is 2.5 x 3 x 16.25 inches and comes with a 1-Year Limited Warranty.
Why we like itThis is a superior product with a professional feel. I love that the design will not scratch pots. It comes with a jar, and I can also use my containers.
- Easy to operate – place into your container and select your speed.
- Powerful motor – at 500 watts, it made light work of mixing and blending, including ice and frozen fruits.
- Higher price – at around $85.
- Large size – may not fit into your everyday glass or mug.
- Not for weak hands – not ideal for people who suffer from arthritis.
What customers are sayingThis blender got good reviews. It is expensive but offers a long-lasting, heavy-duty machine. People found that the trigger-grip was very comfortable in hand and easy to hold. Like most immersion blenders, it is not suitable for people who have weak or painful hands. People without hand problems also mentioned that is is difficult to take apart for cleaning and does require some strength.
VerdictThis is a durable and robust immersion blender that worked well. It is costly, so you would have to be a true immersion blender fan to choose this over a cheaper model.
What Key Features to Consider When Choosing an Affordable Blender?
- Type of Blender: Countertop Blender vs. Hand Blender. This will depend on the space you have available. Countertop blenders usually remain standing out and take up a workspace. If you need to pack it away, choose a lightweight model that is easy to carry. Hand blenders are smaller and lighter and pack away in a drawer or on a shelf.
- Size and Weight. When considering purchasing a new appliance for my kitchen, where to keep it is always a challenge. If I cannot leave it out on a countertop, it has to be light, compact, and easy to lift.
- Motor Power. The number of watts determines the strength of your blender. Cheaper, smaller blenders range from 200 watts upwards. Larger machines offer 700 to 1200 watts or more.
- Various Speeds and Pulsing Feature. A model withvariable speeds is convenient. You can start slow and then increase the speed as the contents become emulsified. For me, the pulse feature is a must-have. It allows you to manually stop and start the machine by pressing and releasing a button.
- Drive Socket & Blades. The best blades for blenders are made of Stainless Steel. It is a durable material that is strong and long-lasting. Stainless Steel is easy to clean, does absorb odors, and does not encourage the growth of bacteria. Drive sockets must be easily cleanable, and removable blades are a pro!
- Ice Crusher. Your blender needs a powerful motor and strong Stainless Steel blades to crush ice. Look out for special ice-crushing settings or programs, so you can be sure that your model can do this. Smaller models may struggle to crush ice and frozen fruits.
- Container Material and Capacity. The choice of container material is usually glass or plastic. It is a matter of personal taste. Glass can break but always looks new. It is BPA-free and easy to clean. Plastic is lighter than glass but does tend to discolor over time. Capacity will depend on your needs. For a single person, a small pitcher size of 14oz is ideal. For a larger family, you will need a container of around 40-60oz.
- Special Attachments. I enjoy a blender that does everything I need without too many extra attachments. Extra jars in different sizes are a perk. Some blenders come with a whisk or a damper. Remember that the more special accessories, the more space you need, and the more time to attach and detach them.
- Keeping it Clean. This is vital. You don’t want a blender with bits of food stuck between the blades. Self-cleaning blenders are great. Always check that the containers are dishwasher safe. If it has removable blades, that is a pro for me.
- Warranty. I always look for a product that comes with a warranty. The longer, the better, like that, implies that the manufacturer will stand by and support the product.
What makes a blender good at crushing ice?To crush ice, you need a blender that is strong, durable, and up to the job.
- Strong Blades – for ice crushing Stainless Steel blades are a must. They won’t snap and bend and need to be able to smash through the cubes at high speed.
- Powerful Motor – it is all about watts. Blenders with low watt motors in the range of 200 to 300 are less likely to do an excellent job than blenders with higher watts over 600.
- Heavy Duty Machine – you don’t want your motor to burn out while you are trying to crush ice.
- Countertop Over Handheld – a countertop model is way better than a handheld model for this job.
- Pulse feature – this option allows you to control the machine manually.
- New Technology – many blenders offer Wave motion or Auto-Blend Technology. This sucks the ice cubes down into the blades, and you don’t end up with chunky bits in your straw.
How to Clean Your BlenderKeeping your blender clean is vital. You don’t want bits of food stuck between the blades or under the lid. Follow these easy steps, and your blender will always be hygienic.
- If your blender has a self-cleaning feature, add a few drops of dishwasher soap, warm water and then run the cycle.
- If you do not have a self-cleaning cycle, fill the container with warm water, add a few drops of dishwasher soap and run for 20-30 seconds. Empty the container, rinse with clean water, and dry using a clean cloth.
- Unplug the machine from the power.
- Disassemble the jar and blades – check whether your model’s blades do come apart as some do not. Be careful not to cut your hands! Wash under warm water. Many models have components that are dishwasher safe. If so, place on the top shelf.
- Don’t ever place the motor, base, or power cords into water.
- Wipe down the control panel with a soft damp cloth. If your control panel has buttons, ensure that you remove any spilled ingredients that have collected around the buttons.
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat motor power should you look for in a powerful blender? Is a higher watt blender better? A powerful blender will have a motor of 600 watts or more. A higher wattage blender is usually stronger, but lower watt blenders with extra strong blades will also do the job. How many watts do you need to crush ice? Although many smaller machines do claim to crush ice, you should probably look for a blender of 400 watts upwards. What foods should you not put in your blender? Avoid the following
- Whole spices. Many machines cannot grind them finely enough. Use an excellent old-fashioned mortar and pestle.
- Boiling Liquids. Pouring boiling liquids into a blender is dangerous. Pressure will build up and may cause the lid to explode off.
- Ice and frozen fruits. Unless your blender is powerful enough, cheaper models will end up with bent and even broken blades.
- Food that turns to a gluey-mess. Avoid potatoes; blenders do not make great mashed potatoes. It ends up as a starchy mess; instead, use a masher.
- Coffee Beans. Instead, use a coffee grinding machine.
- Dried fruit. It turns into a sticky mess and clogs up the blades. If you must use dried fruit, soak them first in water and add water to the mix.
- Dough. Don’t use your blender to make a dough. It will overwork the gluten and toughen up your mixture.
- Utensils are a no! Don’t ever put spoons, forks, spatulas, or other utensils into your blender while it is on. This is extremely dangerous.