Ninja Master Prep Professional : REVIEW

I have had a Ninja Prep for about 4 years and it’s, quite literally, my favorite kitchen appliance.  I use it at least once a day, if not more often than that!  We make, smoothies, icee’s, juice, Go-Gurt, and all the other typical blender things, but its so much more!  I use it to chop nuts, make salsa, grind up oats into oat flour for my cookies, I use it to make Jam, soup, refried beans, and even sauces.  It like to brag that it can crush ice from my freezer into snow that could have fallen from the sky.  Yeah, you get the picture- I use it a lot.

So last month when mine finally died (and the motor was still going strong, I might add- but I had used it so much the plastic was getting brittle and when I accidentally stabbed it with a knife a piece broke off- and I was getting little pieces of plastic in my food…) I was completely lost without it in my kitchen.  I pulled out the old Cuisinart Food Processor that cost more than 200 dollars (as compared to the 39 I paid for my Ninja) and it just wasn’t the same.  I tried to make refried beans, and it overflowed, and I got beans all over my counter– yuck.  Plus it was so heavy, and cumbersome to clean up.  So I went shopping for a new NinjaPrep, and this is what I found!

Exciting right? They now have a “Professional” Version, with an extra pitcher, and more blades, stronger plastic, etc.  So I bought it (with a coupon).

I’ve had it for about a month now, and its just as wonderful as it’s grandfather was!  It gets the job done perfectly every time, and its easy to clean up!  My favorite part is that the blades are removable, so you just pull them out, and take the pitcher to the table! You can even use the extra handy lids to pop it in the fridge and store your leftovers.  I love that there are 3 pitchers, because I can use them for different jobs all for the same meal- which is convenient as well.

No one gave me this and paid me to review it, I honestly LOVE it, and have had one in my kitchen for years.  I have friends with expensive “Vita-mix” blenders and I have used them.  Honestly, I have yet to see anything theirs can do that mine can’t!  Except maybe grind wheat, but I have found that the texture of wheat ground by the vitamin is really too heavy and course for the kinds of bread that I like- so I’m not counting that against it.  Besides, I have an awesome Wheat Grinder 😉

Shannon says, “This is my absolute favorite kitchen tool in making chunky salsa and guacamole.  I used to use the hand processors since they were the only tools that did not over chop my veggies.  Now I use the Ninja for every batch {2-3 times a week} and mine is still going strong over a year later!”  Her model is the $49 basic version found at Walmart.

Points to consider about the Ninja Master Prep Professional

  • Easy to assemble, parts are small and lightweight
  • Easy to clean, blades come out and rinse right under the faucet
  • Variety of sizes available in the pitcher
  • Chops, Puree’s, crushes, grinds, without wearing down the motor
  • Reliable!
  • Inexpensive
  • Versatile

I give the Ninja Prep a 10 out of 10!  The only thing negative I have to say is that the blades are very sharp…and I MAY have cut myself on them a few times- but I think that says more about me than the Ninja, so we’ll leave it at that.



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