One reason that I jumped at the chance to try out the Optimum 9400 blender, is that my daughters both love smoothies. My existing blender can only make 'lumpies' so I generally spend around £5 per week on ready-made cartons of fruit smoothies. I'd love them to drink more smoothies, as I think it's a great way to get 1 or 2 extra portions of fruit (or veg!) into their diets. The great thing about home made smoothies, is that you can use seasonal ingredients to keep costs down and you can omit any ingredients you don't like.
Whilst certainly not cheap at a RRP of £329, the Optimum 9400 is an excellent In a domestic kitchen, it nut and seed milks/butters plus much more. In fact it has around 15 functions - do check it out on this YouTube clip to see it in action!
Both of my teenage daughters have tried out the machine already and have been really impressed with the smoothness of their smoothies and the speed of blending.
Over the next few months, we will be testing out the Optimum 9400 Froothie maker and blogging our recipe ideas.
I received an Optimum 9400 blender to review and to act as a brand ambassador in future posts.Pin It