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Blenders for
a delicious day

A blender is ideal for making a nutritious breakfast smoothie before you rush out of the door in the morning. But there’s so much more you can do too.



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From breakfast to bedtime

You can use your blender to make a host of creations throughout the day, from fluffy pancakes and smoothies to soups, salsas, baby food and nut butters.

Simple to professional

From simple blenders to advanced and professional models with up to 11 speeds and a hot soup setting, there's a KitchenAid blender calling your name.

Match your personal style

They not only save you time and effort, but look super stylish too. What about Empire Red or Velvet Blue for the wow factor? Check out the options and choose one that makes you smile.

Which blender is the best to buy?

If you're wondering how on earth to choose, there are a few things to consider. Here's a checklist:

Will you stick to smoothies?

You can select a basic model or be more adventurous with an advanced and powerful model.

How often will you use it?

Our blenders can be used throughout the day, but choose the professional model for heavy use

Do you love soups?

You can get a soup blender that transforms raw ingredients into hot soup in 5 minutes

Does style matter?

You may have a favourite colour or like a certain look, so enjoy browsing the options

How many people?

Look at pitcher size: from 1.5L up to 1.75L. The larger jugs can cater for family and friends

Your quick route to a healthy diet

You don't have to compromise on taste or nutrition with a great blender in your life. Quickly blend seeds, vegetables, dried and frozen fruits. Throw in plant powders, nuts and whatever leaves or ripe vegetables you have left in the fridge. Boost the taste with spices, ginger, honey or perhaps vanilla. You'll find you're wasting less food and increasing the amount of colourful fruit and veg in your life. That's a win-win situation.

What you can make in a blender?

Enjoy getting creative with your blender. You’ll soon grow in confidence and want to try new things. Here are lots of tasty ideas for inspiration. Go for it!


It takes seconds to whizz up a fresh sauce like tomato or hollandaise.


Enjoyed hot or cold, you can pack nutritious ingredients into homemade soup.

Nut butters

Crushed nut spreads are popularly made with almonds, peanuts or cashews.


Stick to classic banana or try something unusual like cherry or butternut squash.


Make restaurant-quality salsa by throwing in tomatoes, lime juice, spices, garlic.


You’ll never make fluffier pancakes than those with batter made in a blender.


Make American-diner-style thick shakes or light shakes for a refreshing drink.


There’s nothing quite like the fresh and zingy smell of blender pesto.


Make smooth baby foods, and garnish your own meals with a delicious purée.

What’s the best baby food blender?

Babies deserve the purest and most nutritious food when they begin their weaning journey from milk to a complete diet.
There’s no better way than to make your little one’s baby food in a blender.

Any KitchenAid blender in the range will create delicious, high quality purées in a flash. The best thing about making homemade baby food is that you know exactly what’s inside! You control the taste and texture and make it just the way your cutie likes it - silky smooth or with some soft lumps to chew on.

Tips for making baby food in the blender

  • Choose organic ingredients if possible to avoid pesticides and chemicals
  • Try puréeing peas, banana, avocado, sweet potato, pumpkin, butternut squash
  • Create interesting sensations with veg-and-fruit mixtures like potato and apple
  • You can use the baby’s usual milk to make the mixture less thick



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Heat soup in a blender

If you like making homemade soup in a blender, then the Artisan Powerplus blender is a dream come true. Not only can this soup blender mix up a velvety-smooth and wholesome recipe, but also heat it up.

Why waste time transferring it to a pan? Just use the special soup function to transform raw ingredients into hot soup in only 5 minutes. Our favourites are creamy cauliflower or curry soup made with coconut milk. Garnish and serve.

Secrets to smoothies in your blender

Of course, blenders are often used for smoothies. Here’s the best order for layering up:


  • add liquids first
  • sweeteners (if any)
  • leafy greens
  • soft ingredients
  • fruit and veg, nuts, seeds and grains
  • top with any frozen ingredients or ice


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