As some of you may have noticed, I’ve rather fallen in love with my high speed power blender, the Optimum 9200A from Froothie. Since acquiring it, I’ve used it nearly every day and would now be lost without it. So I’m delighted to be able to offer one here as a Tin and Thyme giveaway.
In the West’s recent drive to embrace a healthier lifestyle, the smoothie has really come into its own. Smoothies are nothing new, they made a regular appearance on our breakfast or lunchtime table when I was growing up. However, they were fairly simple, usually consisting of milk, wheatgerm and banana. Now, not only do we have a wealth of additional ingredients available, but blenders are far more powerful. With a good power blender, you can add pretty much any sort of fruit or vegetable you like. I’ve made beautifully smooth drinks with raw beetroot, carrot, kale, celery, cucumber, spinach and garden weeds, including nettles. It blends frozen berries, apples with their skins on and all sorts of other tough stuff.
I don’t only use my power blender for smoothies, however, oh no. Sauces, pestos, spreads and cauliflower rice are regularly whizzed up. I’ve even made my first ever bean to bar chocolate in it too. You can see some of my recipes on my Full on Froothie page.
As I’ve already intimated, the Optimum 9200A is a powerful beast. With its superior spec industrial high speed 2,611 watt motor, stainless steel 6-blade and heat-resistant BPA free 2 litre jug, this is a kitchen gadget I wouldn’t be without. It even crushes ice. You can read more in my original review from last year. Any purchase made includes a one month money back guarantee, including return postage and a five year warranty. Do watch out for special offers as the price can vary. This hard to beat power blender is currently on offer at £299.
Optimum 9200A High Speed Power Blender Giveaway
Prizes are offered and provided by Froothie and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
I use the Optimum 9200A for smoothies, spreads, sauces and even chocolate making. The post contains affiliate links. Buying through a link will not cost you any more, but I will get a small commission. This helps keep Tin and Thyme blythe and blogging. Opinions are, as always, my own. At point of going to press, the Optimum 9200A is on offer at £299.