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For fresh fruit smoothies and smooth, creamy soups, you can’t go wrong with a blender.

There are a wide variety of blenders on the market today, from small single-serve smoothie blenders to versatile high-performance blenders. Here's what you need to know.

What do blenders do? Can all blenders blend ice?

Blenders are a small kitchen appliance best used for preparing drinks like smoothies and milkshakes, crushing ice and frozen ingredients, or foods that you would normally pour or drizzle. Some blenders are designed for both hot or cold, like some of the Ninja blenders or Vitamix blenders that can handle blending hot soups.


Blenders consist of a base that houses the engine and controls, with a removable jug that has a rotating blade built into the base. Its shape is designed to help create a vortex inside the jug when it is switched on that will continually feed the contents of the jug through the spinning blades. This makes blenders highly efficient at pureeing, crushing and liquifying the contents of the jug. Some blenders feature swappable blades for a variety of uses and many models come with travel cups.


All blenders will crush ice. Some manufacturers will say to add liquid so make sure you consult the user manual. Blenders come in a variety of capacities from single serve machines that will blend drinks inside a bottle you can drink from like the Cuisinart or BlendJet portable blenders, to family-sized units with 2L jugs like this Sunbeam blender.

Are blenders dishwasher safe?

How easy a blender is to clean will depend on the design of the model. Blenders can have lots of nooks and crannies where food can become trapped and sharp blades can present a hazard when cleaning.


Cleaning your blender quickly after every use will help stop residues from your smoothie or sauce drying out and getting stuck in hard to clean places, so soaking the jug in water straight after use will help if you can't wash it out straight away.


Some blenders have a self-clean function like some of the KitchenAid blenders, requiring just a tiny amount of detergent and warm water in the jug before selecting the function. For models with with removable blades, the blades can be washed in some warm soapy water, however extra care needs to be taken while handling. The blades should then be left to dry naturally before returning to the jug. Some blender jugs are dishwasher safe, however again, always consult the manual of the model you’re keen on to be clear on its cleaning and maintenance requirements and capabilities.

How many watts should my blender have?

The wattage of a blender measures the power consumed to run the engine. The number of watts you will want a blender to have will depend a lot on how you will be using it.


High performance blenders are the most versatile and powerful blenders. These can be used to chop and crush ingredients thoroughly enough to make nut butters, spice pastes, doughs and even mill flour. These blenders are powerful enough to crush large volumes of ice, breaking it down to a snow-like consistency. For these tasks, these appliances work best in the 1200-to-1500-watt range.


If you are looking at a small capacity blender for less intensive tasks, like making smoothies from fresh fruits, then you will get good performance at 300 to 600 watts. An average blender size for casual use, like mixing drinks for a group or blending soups, work best from 500 to 750 watts. Nutribullet blenders for example can range from around 600 to 1500 watts, catering for different uses.




How do I choose the best blender for me?

As we've just learnt, blenders come in a wide variety of sizes with enough power for a range of tasks. Consider how much space you have in your kitchen. Will you leave your blender out on the bench or store it away after every use? Larger blenders can be awkward to move in and out of cupboards, so take that into account if you don’t want your appliance permanently taking up bench space. Alternatively, you may want to buy a more fetching model that will look good on your countertop.


Check if the blender has both high and low speed settings and a pulse function. Pulse will help you blend ingredients in short, controlled bursts for an even blend. Many models can reduce excessive splashing with a gradual start-up feature that starts slower before increasing to the desired speed, such as the retro inspired Smeg blenders.


Some models have pre-programmed options specifically for soups, sorbets and green smoothies, while cordless portable blenders are great for on the go. For single serve blenders keep an eye out for additional jugs or cups if you want to be able to serve multiple people. For more on blenders check out our blender buying guide.