Recipes for Ninja Prep

Recently I was invited to an Exclusive blogger event with Food Network’s Robin Miller. I was not able to attend, but was so excited to be able to ‘attend’ via online and check out the product in my own home that she was showing at the event.

Recenlty, I had a chance to try a product that is a lot of fun and makes a nice variety of food, drinks, sauces and so much more. With the Ninja Master Prep, the possibilities are endless!

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Once the box arrived, it was so easy to get started. Seirously, I unboxed, unwrapped, plugged in and was ready to go!

Here is my first experience (literally, just out of the box) with the Ninja Master Prep.

For the best results, pulsing is the best option. With my first attempt, I pulsed and blended, but the second attempt was beautifully perfect just by pulsing.

Tell me this doesn’t look awesome?!

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About the Ninja Master Prep:

Rule the Kitchen with this revolutionary food and drink maker. Transform ice cubes into perfect, creamy frozen drinks and desserts in the blink of an eye. Make perfectly chopped salads, salsas and dips quickly without fear of uneven chunks or worse… turning the whole thing to mush. The powerful, interchangeable Master Pod easily switches from the Mini Master Prep (ideal for chopping) to the Master Prep Pitcher (perfect for frozen drinks and smoothies). Includes two convenient storage lids keep your creations long lasting and fresh. Recipe book included. Removable parts are dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • Ninja technology has unique processing power for uniform cutting and ice crushing action
  • The large 48oz pitcher is perfect for making several drinks at a time, featuring an easy flip pour spout and no slip bottom
  • Following recipes and prepping food become effortless with the 2 cup processor: Minces, Dices, Chops, Blends, and Purees. No soggy results!
  • The interchangeable motor head allows you to prep appetizers in the processor and quickly switch to activate the party pitcher for drinks, entertaining at its best!
  • Ergonomic operation with one touch pulsing creates an easy to use and safe product.
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe parts
  • Ninja Replacement Guarantee – Click here to learn more about our Ninja Replacement Guarantee.

Your Ninja Master Prep Comes With:

  • Interchangeable Master Pod
  • 48 oz. pitcher with easy flip pour spout and no slip bottom, Ninja Blades and Splash Guard
  • 2 – cup bowl with Ninja Blades and Splash Guard
  • Storage lids for both pitcher and bowl
  • Recipe Book
  • Quick Start Guide

What I love about the Ninja Master Prep:

  1. You get the larger and the smaller sizes in one box, with just one power top that you can move from larger to smaller
  2. You can use lids that are included on each size to keep your mixture cool in the fridge – no need to move to another bowl and dirty more dishes than you need to.
  3. I was able to make smoothies, mixed drinks, salsa and even made sauce this evening for our smoked sausage. So easy!
  4. The price is great! I love that you can buy this set for just under $60
  5. Storage for the set is nice. I was expecting counter space and storage to take up a lot, but it doesn’t. This set is nicely sized for just about anything you want to mix up.

Something that I just made this evening was an Orange Julius type drink. I used orange juice (was concentrate – the frozen stuff), ice cubes, tiny bit of water and I jazzed it up and added some 7-Up in it. Pulsed about 3 times, poured and love it!

For more information and to buy your awesome Ninja Master Prep, visit http://www.ninjakitchen.com/

Mommy Goggles Review Policy: The featured product for this review was provided to me, at no cost, by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

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Comments

  1. 14

    i am so glad my kids got me the ninja master prep for christmas its the best item it also came with a juicer and can do anything i think its better then the majic bullet i just was disapointed it didnt come with a cookbook but ill find one
    you can do ccokie dough salsa juive or anything if anyone know where to get a resonable cookbook let me know

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    marilyn says:

    Purchased a Ninja 400 as a tsv on QVC. Have looked everywhere for a cookbook-why doesn’t this company come up with one? Apparently they are only concerned with selling the product. Very disappointed in the lack of recipes. The machine itself is great, just don’t have a clue as to what ingredients to use for what. :cry:

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    Dot H Reply:

    @marilyn, I definitely agree – great value, but need ideas and recipes to use it effectively. :cry:

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    Teresa Reply:

    @marilyn, QVC also has creator, Bob Warden’s complete Ninja recipe book, ITS Wonderful, I am finding google search ninja recipes also, ck out the peanut butter cup smoothie! best product I have ever purshased. gucamole recipe like resturant quality!

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  3. 16

    Does anyone have the directions for the ninja? I am thinking, my husband accidentally threw the directions and receipes out. If you could scan and e-mail me, I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thanks,
    Karen

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    jacque Reply:

    @Karen, i got it for christmas i can mail a copy to you if you would like

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  4. 17

    just picked up the ninja at walmart for $34…..GREAT deal……have to find some recipes though.

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  5. 18

    I’ve had my Ninja since December, 2009 and love it! In fact I got rid of the Bullet that I had because it doesn’t do the job the Ninja does (but it does have more recipes). I just picked up a Ninja for my future daughter-in-law’s bridal shower at Sam’s Club for under $50. It comes with 3 of the small containers along with a lid for each one, the large pitcher with a lid, and the pod. You can’t beat it! :yahoo:

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  6. 19

    I was going to order the Ninja after seeing the infomercial, but after seeing the price tag…$120, I checked out ebay and found one for $40. I can’t wait until it arrives. :mail:

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    jacque Reply:

    @Stacey, you can get the juicer at walmart for 29.95 or the master prep which i did for christmas the master prep does ice cream almost anything and also comes with the juicer and its only 39.95 at walmart its excelent i use it daily its better then the majic bullit i have both you can even do salsa and make nacho chees egg salad

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  7. 20

    Does anyone have a recipe to make a pie crust using the Ninja?

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    janet dycus Reply:

    @Mee, i would love the recipe for that if you dont mind thank you

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    benttree79 says:

    Hello, I like my ninja too but I don’t have enough receipes. Are there any more receipes available? Thanks

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    SuperCookie Reply:

    @benttree79, If you go to QVC, Bob Warden developed a cookbook just for the Ninja, $18+, not including S&H. I want even more recipes than that. Bottom line, I bet some of your own recipes would work, using the Ninja. Any recipe where you need a blender/mixer/processor would work perfectly!

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