Sunday, 29 October 2017

The Optimum 9400 mini jug and a Mango Ginger Smoothie Halloween Special


For the last two years I have been the proud owner of the Optimum 9400 blender and unlike any other device its the most used gadget in my kitchen. It will blast any ingredient and blitz it to a delicious purée in moments, furthermore it crushes ice like it cutting through butter, it chops, grates, grinds and whips and you can use it with wet or dry ingredients in it without buying a separate jug. It also makes instant icecreams for the summer and warm soups for the winter so you can make use of  it the whole year around. The blender is totally a lifesaver in the kitchen as it has so many different uses. For a more detailed review of this blender do check my Optimum 9400 post here.

You may be wondering why I am writing another post about this blender? There are two reasons one is that I adore is but the second reason is that when I first got the Optimum 9400 it came with one tall jug only. I am now really excited that Froothie has introduced a mini jug which is perfect when I want to grind a small amount of spice mixture or only want to make a smoothie for one.

The mini jug works in the same way as a large jug  and the good news is that currently the Optimum 9400 is on special Autumn half price offer at just £299  and you will also get the mini jug free if you take advantage of this offer. You can also get Free Delivery when you place your order here  Just use this code 1572 FREE AMBASSADOR DELIVERY in the comments box when making your purchase, the delivery charge will then be refunded.





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Mango and Ginger Smoothie
A delicious blend of mango carrot and apple with a hint of ginger makes this smoothie refreshing and delicious.
Ingredients:
  • 1 large Mango peeled, stoned and cut into chunks.
  • 1 large Carrot topped and tailed and cut into chunks(no need to peel)
  • 1 Cox's apple cored and cut into chunks
  • 1/2 inch of Ginger peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Honey
  • Juice of half a lemon and 50 ml water

Method:
1. Add all the ingredients into the Optimum 9400 jug and blend for 1 minute.2. Pour into serving glasses and serve immediately.
Details
Prep time: Blend time: 1 Total time: Yield: serves 2

24 comments:

  1. Thanks for this blog it is really helpful i will try it once

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  2. I like these cute mugs .would love to add them to my collection if I find them.
    The smoothie has all my favourite indredients. I will surely try it as I have some mango puree in the freezer.

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  3. Looks like a super cool blender! When I upgrade from my Ninja, I will have to check that out! And the recipe sounds YUMMY! I love anything with ginger in it! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Ohhh I remember the cutr halloween mug from your other post! Mango ginger smoothie would be perfect right now! However I would skip the honey.

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  5. This looks like an excellent blender, there aren't that many that can crush ice effectively!

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  6. ooooh this sounds heat, the ginger will be lovely and warming. Great flavour combinations.

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  7. Mango and Ginger goes well together, this smoothie sounds exotic!

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  8. Wow this looks great and the smoothie sounds tasty! I'm not a fan of honey but it's great for this time of year and sore throats!

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  9. This looks great. I shall have to try and make it

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  10. I'm with you - I would be smitten at the addition of a smaller jug for smaller amounts of smoothie, salsa, condiment, or whatever one is making. I like your smoothie recipe and know it can even be used when mangoes are not in season by switching from fresh whole fruits to frozen chunks.

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  11. Mango is one of my favorite smoothie ingredients. Love your smoothie jars.

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  12. This recipe sounds so yummy! I love mangoes and regularly buy them so will have to try this recipe out soon. Delish!

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  13. Mango, Carrot, Apple, Ginger, Honey... what a great combination. I can’t wait to try it. I haven’t splurged on one of those fancy blenders but maybe santa will bring me one.

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  14. Ooh the mango ginger smoothie sounds absolutely divine and as I am run down right now I could definitely use a good smoothie to boost my immune system. Plus I love the sound of the optimum 9400 jug and I have been after something similar for a while! x

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  15. Mmm, mango and ginger sound like a mouthwatering mix!

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  16. Wow. This would taste terrific! I love mangoes and to have it in a smoothie is awesome. I will add the Optimum 9400 jug to my Christmas wishlist and hope that someone will get it for me. :)

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  17. Oh, the smoothie is really tempting. I have mango, apple and ginger and would make the smoothie right away after commenting this. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the review of the Optimum 9400 blender.

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  18. This blender looks heavy duty. I'll have to check on this.

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  19. Can't even keep up with the powerful blenders that keep coming out... we still get the basic ones. Lovely cute mugs, where did you get them from? Ginger and mango is a classic combination, that's one delicious smoothie.

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  20. This mini jugs look adorable:-) I'm am searching for a good blender for some time now. Maybe I found it:-)

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  21. Well, this certainly gives me a reason to break out that smoothie maker I bought, haha! Looks delicious!

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  22. This looks fab, I love that it comes with a smaller jug too!x

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  23. The recipe of mango and ginger smoothie looks good and easy to replicate.

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  24. Yum! This looks super delicious! I think that this could make a great replacement to some of the same old smoothie options I've been doing forever!

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