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Unlike ordinary juicers, the NUTRiBULLET extracts all of the fibre other blenders leave behind, using the entire whole fruit or vegetable. This breaks the fibre down into the juice and makes it easily digestible giving you a smoothie that really packs a punch! Valuable nutrients from stems or seeds can be ingested and you can even chop nuts and herbs! Easy to clean and with a range of accessories, the NUTRiBULLET will change the way you eat, forever!

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  1. Rebecca Costa Reply

    Sweetness with fruit. Watermelon, yellow watermelon, rockmelon , passionfruit and banana

  2. A smoothie with banana, mango, raspberry and a hint of chocolate and call it ‘Fruttylicious!..’…. Mmmmmm!…

  3. Amy Barbour Reply

    I would make a blueberry, strawberry, banana, raw honey and Greek yoghurt smoothie For my boys for breakfast!

  4. Kym Mitchell Reply

    mixed berries, plain youghurt and milk makes a great breakfast smoothie

  5. Yonni Mary Reply

    I’d make my favourite smoothie – Mango, grapes, frozen berries, yoghurt, ice and Chlorophyl

  6. Ann-Maree Flossy Bostick Reply

    I would make a mango,chia seed and strawberry shake.

  7. Anita Black Reply

    I would make a delicious drink of Banana and Mango, strawberries too! Nom nom!

  8. Cecilia Warrick Reply

    Kale mixed with pineapple and fresh mint,
    blended with ice and juice of half a lime,
    a green smoothie that tastes sublime!

  9. Amanda Maher Reply

    I would buy every kind of berry and throw in some almonds.yummo

  10. Kayleen Stevens Reply

    Greek Yoghurt, Mango, Banana, Pineapple and ground flaxseed great for trying to loose weight and its very tasty m mm mmm

  11. Leonie Walker-Rackebrandt Reply

    I would make my kids a banana, strawberry and kiwi smoothie

  12. Shana Coyle Reply

    Green smoothies are my favourite! Apple, kiwi, kale and ginger! Yum!

  13. Banana, pineapple, strawberry, mango, apple, mixed with crushed ice, yum

  14. Annela Christie Reply

    My favourite is cherries, coconut milk, strawberries, baby spinach, and

  15. Banana, pineapple, strawberry, mango, apple with crushed ice yum

  16. Rachel Barltrop Reply

    pineapple, coconut, passionfruit, mango, lime, honey cashews, yoghurt, ice

  17. Depends on whether it’s summer or winter! Summer… definitely strawberry, watermelon, mint with some toasted sunflower seeds! Winter…carrot, pink grapefruit and fennel with a touch of ginger.

  18. All vegetarian family, we love juices, yoghurts, smoothies and would love a nurtibullet make breakfast, lunch and dinner even faster and more nutritious

  19. watermelon,mango, mix berries,banana and frozen boysenberry yoghurt

  20. Helen Victoria Reply

    The combination of spinach, pineapple, orange, grapes, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and chia seeds are amazingly refreshing, simply blissful! Love it!!!

  21. Blueberries, banana, pineapple, coconut water, milk, chia seeds, tumeric and cinnamon.

  22. Manasee Arpan Roy Reply

    Would make a yummy one with my favourite raspberries, spinach, lemon and coconut water for my growing belly 🙂

  23. Kale, banana,
    strawberries, blueberries, mango, coconut milk, LSA, protein, cacao and maca
    powder. Delicious and nutritious.

  24. Karen Turner Reply

    Strawberries, banana, pineapple, fruit punch and chia seeds.

  25. Karen Turner Reply

    Strawberries, banana, pineapple, fruit punch, water and chia seeds.

  26. Christie Miller Reply

    Strawberry, kiwi fruit, kale, mango, raspberry and a dash of orange juice.. Sooooo yummmy!

  27. Trish Leonard Reply

    Banana, mango, yoghurt, milk, ice and a drizzle of honey.

  28. Scott Crumlin Reply

    Orange, Strawberry, Banana, Kiwi Fruit, Yoghurt, Egg, Milk!

  29. Anything and everything would be getting the “Bullet” at my place.

  30. Michelle Green Reply

    The options are endless! I do love a good tropical juice though so would make Banana, Pineapple, Mango & Coconut. Yum!!

  31. Pamela Singleton Reply

    I love my watermelon, mango and coconut water Smoothie, and I do mean I love it <3

  32. Lorraine Kong Reply

    I can create endless choice of juices with goodness from “A to Z”:-

    A=pple B=erry C=oconut D=ates E=lderberry F=ig G=rapes H=oneydew I=ceberg lettuce J=ackfruit K=ale L=ime M=ango N=ectarine O=range P=ineapple Q=uince R=adish S=trawberry T=omato U=tmost V=itamin C W=onderful juices X=cited Y=ummy and Z=esty!


  33. christy sweeney Reply


  34. Mango and banana, We live on a mango farm and I have a years worth of mango in my freezer and we are growing our own bananas with about 6 trees fruiting all at once I’m already looking for where to use them all!

  35. My favourite Green smoothie – spinach, celery, apple, banana and juice of lime!

  36. Tasty tropical, nicely nutritious with NUTRiBULLET – a mango, pineapple, lychee smoothie.. all locally produced ingredients.

  37. Ying Ying TAN Reply

    I will reward my self with a tropical blend of Pina Colada – Pineapple, cocunut cream and some RUM….yum!!

    Choc- Coated Licorice BULLETS
    Vanilla ice cream!!!!
    Lightning Fast with a NUTRiBULLET!

  39. Hannah Gleeson Reply

    I love pure grape fruit juice but cant seem to fined it bottled. Would love to whip it up in my very own Nutribullet!

  40. Lyndel Marshall Rowe Reply

    Kale,baby spinach,banana,blueberries,lsa mix,goji berries,oat milk

  41. Banana, cacao, stabilized rice bran, honey blended with coconut cream for this dairy free vegan.

  42. Michelle McKay Reply

    This is a loooong entry 🙂
    Working in animal rescue during the very hot
    Melbourne summers, I need to ensure I am energized and healthy and able to
    rescue wildlife no matter how hot the day becomes. Abundant with health
    benefits, the below Smoothie not only tastes great, but provides me with the required energy I need!

    My first creation with the NUTRiBULLET would be my “Summer Energy Green
    Smoothie”; with 1 ½ cups Filtered Water, 1 cup spinach, ½ cup cucumber, 2 celery
    stalks, 1 small bunch parsley, 2 apples (cored), ½ inch ginger, Juice 1 lime, 1
    ½ cups crushed Ice; placing all the ingredients in order in the NUTRiBULLET, and
    blending until smooth.

    Most smoothies contain liquid and
    something frozen….by adding liquid, you can add water, milk (which people
    assume ALL smoothies contain), yogurt, or fruit juice. (Smoothies don’t
    necessarily need to contain milk/yogurt or ice-cream.. some people are lactose
    intolerant and
    cannot add any milk products in their diets..).. and then add something frozen
    to create a delicious Smoothie, whether ice, frozen juice, or frozen fruit – I
    love mine with crushed ice and fruits added, or the above recipe with I love
    for the health benefits

    “Summer Energy Green Smoothie” is packed with tons of nutrition powerhouses.
    Besides providing good levels of vitamins A and K, Parsley also has several
    unusual, helpful components: volatile oils which can inhibit tumor formation,
    especially in the lungs; and flavonoids, which prevent cell damage associated
    with various diseases, including asthma, atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes,
    glaucoma, heart disease, and macular degeneration. Made with filtered water,
    whole vegetables and fruit, this smoothie is a healthier and more nutritious
    alternative to pressed or squeezed juices, and will provide your body with the
    required energy to keep you going all Summer long! <3

  43. Beetroot, carrot and ginger.. So healthy and a great energizer !

  44. Kylie Embury Reply

    Banana honey crunch breakfast smoothie!
    Banana, lite milk, honey, greek yoghurt, oats and crunchy peanut butter!

  45. Michelle McKay Reply

    Working in animal rescue during the very hot Melbourne summers, I need to ensure I am
    energized and healthy to be able to rescue wildlife regardless of how hot the
    day becomes. Abundant with health benefits, it not only tastes great, but also
    provides me with the required energy I need!

    My first creation with the NUTRiBULLET would be my “Power Energy Green Smoothie”;
    with filtered water, spinach, cucumber, celery stalks, parsley, cored apples,
    ginger, juice of 1 lime and some crushed ice- all ingredients blended until

    My “Power Energy Green Smoothie” is packed with tons of nutrition powerhouses.
    Besides providing great levels of vitamins A and K, Parsley also has several interestingly
    helpful components; volatile oils which can inhibit tumour formation,
    especially in the lungs; and flavonoids, which prevent cell damage associated
    with various diseases, including asthma, atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes,
    glaucoma, heart disease, and macular degeneration. Made with filtered water (instead
    of milk- great for those who are lactose intolerant), whole vegetables and
    fruit, this smoothie is a healthier and more nutritious alternative to pressed
    or squeezed juices, and will provide your body with the required energy to keep
    going all year long!

  46. Michelle McKay Reply

    Working in animal rescue during the very hot Melbourne summers, I need to ensure I am
    energized and healthy to be able to rescue wildlife regardless of how hot the
    day becomes. Abundant with health benefits, it not only tastes great, but also
    provides me with the required energy I need!

    My first creation with the NUTRiBULLET would be my “Power Energy Green Smoothie”;
    with filtered water, spinach, cucumber, celery stalks, parsley, kale, chia seeds, cored apple,
    ginger, juice of 1 lime and some crushed ice- all ingredients blended until

    My “Power Energy Green Smoothie” is packed with tons of nutrition powerhouses.
    Besides providing great levels of vitamins A and K, Parsley also has several interestingly
    helpful components; volatile oils which can inhibit tumour formation,
    especially in the lungs; and flavonoids, which prevent cell damage associated
    with various diseases, including asthma, atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes,
    glaucoma, heart disease, and macular degeneration. Made with filtered water (instead
    of milk- great for those who are lactose intolerant), whole vegetables and
    fruit, this smoothie is a healthier and more nutritious alternative to pressed
    or squeezed juices, and will provide your body with the required energy to keep
    going all year long!

  47. Belle Warrant Reply

    spinach,carrot, strawberries,ginger, my blender just doesn’t cut it at all!

  48. Donna Allen Reply

    A mix of fruit and veg. Really get my fix of pure goodness! Yum! Would live this! I must admit i could be a-lot healthier and this would really make that happen.

  49. The Anti-Blue Remedy Smoothie, which ironically is coloured blue, haha! It has blueberries, strawberries, banana, kiwi fruit and chia seeds for boosting spirits and overall health. Yum!

  50. Nadine Cameron Reply

    I would love to create a kale, beetroot, kiwi fruit, carrot, apple, chia seed, watermelon, and ginger juice in my new NUTRiBULLET!

  51. Rebecca Foster Reply

    Strawberry, Guava and Apple juice as it would taste fantastic and it would be so fresh

  52. Becky Kennon Reply

    This would be so awesome to have for my super picky 4 year old! He loves fruit but with this I could sneak in spinach kale carrots ahhh so many possibilities!!!

  53. Qui Truong Reply

    Anti-oxident booster – it is my quick ‘breaky’ to go. Its what I have
    early every morning. There’s minimal preparation as most of the
    ingredients you can get frozen from your local supermarket. All you have
    to do is throw it all in the blender. Its also time saving as it takes 1
    minutes to make and 1 minute to drink it all down which makes it good
    for those who like to sleep in and too lazy to eat breakfast. It has
    everything a good breakfast cereal has and more: B vitamins for energy,
    fibre for healthy digestion, lots of anti-oxidants to ward off cancer
    but more importantly it has such a sensational taste.
    The ingredients are:

    1/3 cup blueberries
    1/3 cup strawberries
    1/3 cup cranberries
    1/3 cup blackberries
    1/3 cup goji berries
    1 1/2 cups orange juice

  54. Dianne Childs Reply

    Orange, mango, banana, pineapple and coconut. Exotic, fruity and delicious!

  55. Tracy Andreatta Reply

    I’ve just started exercising after many years of not ! I’d love to make a post work out smoothie to replace nutrients & help repair muscles & help me revive . Banana ,Berries , Maca & Almond milk , plus other good stuff added .

  56. Rianna Chapman Reply

    My fave Indulgent Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie- 1 banana, 2 dates, 1/2 cup raspberries, 1 cup almond milk and 2 tbsp cacao powder. Healthy but so lush!

  57. Watermelon, Rock melon, Honey Dew Melon and Apple. This is just a delicious drink.

  58. Angela Tennent Reply

    watermelon, strawberries and mangoes so delicious and fresh cant get enough

  59. Debbie Davis Reply

    this is great for me I’m very health conscious and love fresh berry juice

  60. Juanita Thorn Reply

    I have been wanting a NutriBullet since seeing the Infomercial on TV…..I love my fruit & veg but don’t eat it as much as I should as it’s too much preparation time and I have a really bad back. But if I could throw everything in to this and mix it up in a minute….I would never miss out on my servings of fruit & veg again. I’d love to mix up carrot, baby beets, celery, tomato, zuchinni, apple, spinach and fresh mint leaves. I’d have so much fun with a NutriBullet !

  61. Smoothies for breakfast, snack and anytime. SInce Nutribullet so easy to clean and too easy to use.

  62. Charl Lowther Reply

    Carrot, beetroot, apple and celery, trying to be healthy 🙂

  63. I’d make a banana and LSA plus chia seed smoothie with yoghurt and milk..yummy!

  64. Carly Grace Smith Reply

    Apple, strawberry and fig 🙂 Honey and cocoa powder to give a bit of flavour.

  65. Nicole Holaj-Vos Reply

    Oh my, so many to try. Let’s see, Banana and mango it will be for me!

  66. I love to blitz up cheap mango & have int he freezer all year round. I love a smoothie with mango; banana and a spoonful of protein powder or Milo. Yummy!

  67. jenny singleton Reply

    berry dream = avocado, strawberry, blueberry, banana and greek yoghurt

  68. Jess Claes Reply

    I love a yummy Berry mix! Strawberry, blueberry, raspberry and banana. It goes well with just milk or guava nectar mmmmm.
    I’d love to share delicious combos with my family 😀

  69. Sandra Gillham Reply

    Frozen Banana, Greek Yoghurt, Skim Milk, Cacao powder, maple Syrup and Peanut butter!

  70. Kirsty Dray Reply

    I’m a sucker for a good easy banana, strawberry, skim milk and yogurt!

  71. Yum, we love making lots of different flavours, and mixing and matching to see what we like best

  72. Jenny Nordström Reply

    Veggie wake up juice – Beetroot, celery, carrot, orange and ginger for that extra zingy wake up

  73. Lauren Moloney Reply

    Green smoothie! Banana, spinach, Apple, coconut water and cashews 🙂

  74. Spinach and beetroot juice I think the flavours would work. There would be so many experiments with this product and different flavour combinations

  75. Danielle Gergely Reply

    Pineapple, orange, mint, ginger, carrot, coconut water. Yum!

  76. Hayley Parker Reply

    Honey, lemon and fresh mint is a cold fighting winner with all in our household.

  77. Blueberry Banana Smoothie, Blueberries, Orange juice & Banana or Peach Smoothie, Peach,Banana, Milk, Orange juice & Ice. Two of my favorites so hard to choose just one.

  78. Lisa Mathieson Reply

    Peanut Butter, Almond Milk, Honey, Protein powder, ice and shot of coffee…..

  79. Protein Smoothie! Almond Milk, Protein powder (Vanilla) Half a Frozen Bananan, Handful
    frozen berries, tsp Chia seed and spoon full on natual peanut butter!

  80. Mango and ginger smoothie for me (frozen mango, fresh grated ginger, plain greek yogurt and coconut water) and choc berry smoothie (frozen blueberries and raspberries, yoghurt and coconut water, a heaped teaspoon of cacao powder) for the kids.

  81. Lisa Loizou Reply

    i would use it to make my chocolate herbalife shakes! which is protein powder, chocolate, ice and water.!

  82. Julie Ann Tindal Davies Reply

    Nice and easy here… Banana, Greek yogurt, honey, low fat milk and an egg, Yum!

  83. Banana, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, yogurt and milk. Although I’ll be mixing and making every possible type I can imagine. I barely eat at all, my health is extremely poor. So being able to make healthy, easy to digest options in the awesome Nutribullet would a blessing and sure improve my energy levels.

  84. TiffanyHallard Reply

    Strawberry, banana, oats and chia seeds is my favourite!

  85. Kerrie-Anne Reply

    Apple Pie – skim milk, vanilla yoghurt, apple pie spice, 1 chopped apple, 2 tablespoons of cashew butter and 6 ice cubes

  86. Veronica Paterson Reply

    It’ll be a breakfast smoothie for me,with banana, weetbix, honey, yoghurt & A2 milk.

  87. Yoghurt, banana, strawberry and oats! Delicious, healthy and filling!

  88. Nicole Rodriquez Reply

    Ok watermelon, pineapple, orange, lots of mint and some lime

  89. James Pizzey Reply

    mango orange lemon and passion fruit all grown in our garden when in season

  90. Wendy Traill Reply

    Cinnamon is fantastic in carrot, pineapple and ginger juice. Think carrot cake but in healthy juice form!

  91. I’d go for a immune building juice, Ginger garlic apples beets and orange. Who doesn’t need an immunity boost coming into winter.

  92. I love berry smoothies- strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and yoghurt, delicious!

  93. debbiemowatt Reply

    Ohh so many ideas… I’d love to try strawberry, banana, mango, Apple and pear…. Hope it tastes as good as it sounds!!

  94. Rebecca Yangzon Reply

    I would have to make my summer sensation smoothie it has banana,strawberry,mango,apple,ginger,cucumber,mint and ice refreshing and really tantalizes the taste buds 🙂

  95. Kate Zwiersen Reply

    Banana smoothie for the kids and peach, apple and strawberry for me! And orange and ginger is a good one for winter 🙂

  96. left over magic…. any fruit that is left over in the fridge – a great way to use it up

  97. We are all very much into banana smoothies at the moment, banana, ice cream, milk and honey.

  98. Ashleigh Murphy Reply

    Beetroot, Ginger, Apple, Oranges. Bam !!!! Instant hit right there people 🙂

  99. Felicity Turner Reply

    Banana, Mango and orange smoothies for me please. Filling and refreshing

  100. STACEY hollis Reply

    carrot, Apple, pineapple,grapes,chia seeds and beetroot juice for me and the kids

  101. Orange, Cacao powder, Greek Yoghurt and a splash of milk… Yum tastes like a Jaffa

  102. Ilonka Bruce Reply

    Tropical Berry Bliss – strawberry, blueberry, orange and pineapple

  103. Kerrie Tullipan Reply

    Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie – 2-3 Frozen Bananas peeled and sliced, 1 carton non fat Vanilla
    yoghurt, 1/3 cup creamy peanut butter, ½ cup non fat milk.

  104. Pineapple, Strawberry, Apple, Lemon and Coconut – all my favourite flavours!

  105. Kate Slack Reply

    An apple and pear smoothie with cinnamon to give it a wintery comforting taste and aroma!

  106. something tropical – banana, pineapple, mango and a bit of greek yogurt…just delicious !

  107. Jasmine Stanford Reply

    Strawberry and mango smoothie-
    mango, strawberry, low fat milk, vanilla yoghurt, honey and crushed ice, low fat, tasty and refreshing

  108. A mean clean green with Spinach, Green apple, Celery, Lemon, Parsley, ginger with a tweak of Tumeric and ice. It’s just so refreshing you can taste the crunch.

  109. wayne dunning Reply

    Wayno Draino – Chorella, wheatgrass, epsom salts, bi carb, beetroot, lemon, coconut water…hell hath no fury like a purging gut

  110. Irene Thomson Reply

    oh gosh i would have to make a strawberry and pineapple with yogart that shall be my start to turning to a healthy diet before my sons wedding later in the year

  111. Banana, Stawberry, Blueberry, Passionfruit, Rockmelon & Mango Smoothie – Absolutely scrumptious

  112. Anna Rowan Reply

    My kids and I love banana, kale, watermelon, pear and orange combination topped with chia and flex seeds – so much goodness in it!

  113. Terry Mashford Reply

    Banana, Stawberry, Blueberry, Avacado, Rockmelon & Mango Smoothie

  114. Christine Cory Reply

    Orange juice, mango, banana, pineapple, greek yogurt and ice

  115. Louise Hopper-Cousins Reply

    Would have to be melon,strawberry & mint for me xx

  116. Edward Dekkers Reply

    Mango and Guava if I’m having a “need to lose some weight” day. Chocolate honey and banana if I’m having a “screw it” day.

  117. April Robinson Reply

    Anything with heaps of strawberries or raspberries…. Or both!!

  118. Kristine Willoughby Reply

    Kale, Celery, Pineapple, Ginger Root, Cucumber, lemon Juice and Distilled Water. Perfect Migraine Relief Smoothie. Just need the NutriBullet to do it 🙂

  119. Buggeritliz Reply

    Sunrise – Granny Smith Apple, Pineapple, Mango, Orange and strawberries. For a adult Party drink add a dash of coconut liqueur or Vodka.

  120. Sarah Gifford Reply

    Strawberry, Watermelon, Pineapple, Orange and Coconut Milk 🙂

  121. Melanie Smith Reply

    Melon Mashup – Watermelon, rockmelon, apple, kale, coconut water and frozen grapes

  122. Chia,coconut yoghurt and any kind of berries mixed with some ice…. Yummy

  123. Fruit salad smoothie with banana, apple, blueberries and strawberries!

  124. Alexis Christenson Reply

    Coconut cream, fresh mango, fresh apricot, fresh pineapple, ice and Malibu rum. Pina Colada drinks are not just for breakfast!

  125. Go-Go Green Mint: Loads of greens like spinach, kale or other with heaps of fresh mint and a whole young coconut, meat and milk … all blitzed together for a read fresh zingy treat!

  126. Ingrid Hirvonen-Burgess Reply

    Coconut water,kale, mint lemon and cucumber a cleansing earthy grounding smoothly yum

  127. Emma Klopfer Reply

    Banana, strawberry, cherry, almonds, vanilla protein powder, vanilla yogurt, yakult

  128. Precious Jewel Reply

    Blackberries, pineapple, kiwi, kale, spinach and capsicum with coconut milk

  129. pineapple, kale, coconut water, lime, mint and ginger – refreshing and yummy 🙂

  130. It’d be whatever hubby wanted as he’s the one nagging me to get him one!

  131. Lauren Barnes Reply

    Choc Malt and milk combined to enthuse the taste buds, I’ve even made one at 3am in the morning and gorged on with a girlfriend

  132. Shu-Ching Chang Reply

    This Nutribullet is a fantastic machine to create healthy drink in a minute. I would make Triple Berry and Coconut Milk Smoothie for my family. It is a great prize with unlimited ideas . I love this prize. Good luck for everyone.

  133. Emma Klopfer Reply

    The “Blackforest Smoothie”
    Cherries, almonds, black cherry yogurt, chocolate protein powder and ice cubes.

  134. Dani Short Reply

    My fav by far is watermelon, orange, herbalife vanilla formula 1, ice and water

  135. Banana, apple, orange, passionfruit, apple, pineapple and strawberry with lemon sorbet and ice.

  136. Renee Bolton Reply

    Would love to start the day with fruit smoothie. I have Hashimotos, and have to start eating better

  137. Carrot,beetroot,Apple,coconut water and pineapple.My mum made me one of these on the weekend and it was quite nice.

  138. Eva Kiraly Reply

    I’d throw in whatever I have in the fridge, eventually I’ll have to make something tasty and may create the next best thing!

  139. Tina Kraja Was Nul Reply

    banana and Fejoia as I have a tree and far too much fruit to eat. the Fejoia is like a kiwi/pineapple d strawberry all in one and so healthy.

  140. Greek yoghurt with honey, bee pollen and LSA plus whatever fruit I have in my fridge. It tastes great with a banana and berries especially.

  141. Jean Rutherford Reply

    Gingerchook – Strawberry and banana with milk and yoghurt. Very yummy for breakfast

  142. Mel Mel Savage Reply

    I’ll take spinnach and lime,
    and pineapple right in its prime,
    add coconut milk,
    Blend smoother than silk:
    And I’m good until my dinnertime

  143. Not healthy but anything with mango and ice cream would be my pick.

  144. Narelle Rock Reply

    I would use it to make fruit sorbet out of frozen pieces of pineapple, grapes, strawberries and blueberries.

  145. sailor_astrogirl Reply

    Banana, apple, cucumber, spinach, strawberries, lemon juice, honey, chia seeds, hemp seeds & coconut water. My absolute favourite at the moment – smashes through just about any craving because it makes you feel so good. Can only imagine it being blended to perfection with a NutriBullet!!

  146. Nicole Woods Reply

    I’m boring and not entirely healthy so I’d be all about a chocolate banana smoothie.

  147. Karen Turner Reply

    For breakfast I love strawberries, banana, weet-bix, chia seeds, fruit juice and water.

  148. Definitely this Carrot Cleanser Juice – the best body detox cleanser I know and I might even see things clearer afterwards! Ha, ha!

    2 large carrots

    half a stalk of celery

    half an apple

    Small handful of spinach

    Juice from 1/4 lemon

  149. For a good morning starter, I’d go for the carrot, apple, ginger and lime. Yummo, my mouth is watering now. What I would give to own a Nutribullet!

  150. amandagorton Reply

    I’ll let you in on a juicy secret, my recipe satisfies a sweet tooth BUT it’s healthy!
    A mango, pineapple, banana and almond milk smoothie.

  151. Amanda Holland Reply

    Hmm, a tropical smoothie made with ice and not milk, and a whole heap of frozen fruits such as mangos, apples, banana, berries, kiwifruit

  152. A heavenly yet simplistic infusion of blueberry, banana and chia seeds will create a balanced smoothie to enlighten inspirationally intrinsic healthiness and deliciously delectable delightfulness; harmoniously adept, NUTRIBULLET artistry.

  153. Julie Hodsman Reply

    Orange, ginger, beetroot, Apple and pineapple for me. Simple but yum

  154. christine morris Reply

    Raspberry , Blueberry and Banana, delicious and all fruits that are good for you 🙂

  155. Andieharrie Reply

    I love smoothies today I feel like dates for sweetness, cocoa, coconut milk and ice just like a chocolate milkshake only healthy

  156. lovelyloves Reply

    When it’s summer, I love mangoes with vanilla yogurt and some apples. It’s refreshing.

  157. Jane Gardam Reply

    Love banana, broccoli, pineapple and any berry with ice, super slushy and packed with power.

  158. Fah Bee Kok Reply

    Watermelon, orange and ginger with ice for a refreshing summer drink

  159. Jill Hamilton Reply

    Fruit salad, greek youghurt and toasted muesli, delicious…

  160. Amanda Gardner Reply

    Definately any with mixed berries. My children love them too 🙂

  161. I love a bit of a tropical splash – banana, mango, apple juice and kiwi fruit.0

  162. Emily True Reply

    Strawberries, blueberries, watermelon, tropical juice, cranberry juice.

  163. Healthy green smoothie every morning! Anything in the fridge or freeze really!! Spinach, apples, pears, avocados, chia seeds, berries, peppitas! Nom nom nom!

  164. Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) Reply

    I can’t go past smoothies with banana, chia seeds, vanilla yoghurt, milk and a dash of cinnamon powder. 🙂

  165. Tricia Beech Reply

    berry and banana….and whatever else i can find to pop in! 🙂

  166. Kale, goji berries, chia seeds, LSA, quinoa and a paperback penguin

  167. I will create a SUPERHERO SMOOTHIE for all the future superheroes with spinach,banana,almonds,coconut milk and honey.

  168. My munchkins love banana, chia and yoghurt so that would be the very first thing we’d have to make 🙂

  169. Kristina Walker Reply

    Apple, Carrot, Beetroot, Ginger and kale juice – kids love it and the colour is amazing!

  170. 300g frozen mixed berries, 2 cups milk, 4 large scoops of berry-flavoured frozen yoghurt.

  171. Jessica Rose Marshall Reply

    spinach, mango, coconut flakes, coconut water, chia seedsv- YUM!

  172. Adele Smith Reply

    Banana Cream Pie – a wonderful combination of banana, yoghurt, vanilla cookies and cinnamon.

  173. Spinach + Banana + Apple + Rolled Oats + Chia Seeds + Yoghurt + Milk

  174. bleachy_dude Reply

    Spinach and oats, banana and honey with yoghurt and soy. Yum!

  175. Ruth Laker Reply

    peanut butter honey and banana.. or lemon lime for a margharita?

  176. Johanne Gavin Reply

    Beautiful fresh cheek of a mango,raspberries,pineapple piece and coconut milk and a few pieces of ice

  177. David Petersz Reply

    Blueberry, Banana, Spinach, Kale, Avacado, Chia Seeds, Walnuts, Almonds, Water

  178. Sarah Phillips Reply

    I would mix carrot, orange, fresh berries, baby spinach, chia seeds and add some extra orange juice before blending. Great way to get some extra veggies into the diet!

  179. Elena Ellul Reply

    Banana, melon, ginger, mint.
    How? I’ll give you all a hint,
    Nutri-bullet, strong and small!
    A healthy yummy treat for all

  180. kylie courts Reply

    If I am to win I would be giving to my father who currently buys juices for a juice bar and he has anything that help for his immune system and that is a anti-inflammatory due too rheumatoid arthritis

  181. Apple, Lemon, passionfruit, pineapple and mint Juice for the kids and I when we need to vamoose!

  182. Rambutan+Guava+Passionfruit yogurt+Mangosteen+Jackfruit+Lungan+Lychee

  183. Michelle Mechel Boyd Reply

    You would see,
    Apple, beetroot, carrot and celery

  184. Nutribullet smoothie would have pineapple, coconut milk and ice – just like a pina colada!

  185. Laura Anne Reply

    Watermelon, pineapple, mint, kale, cucumber, and a tiny hint of ginger.

  186. Huda Kharrufa Reply

    Banana and mango.. I would also add flax seeds and possibly a protein powder.

  187. Jerry Penny Reply

    ZenBodi Protein powder, frozen pear and kale blocks, frozen berries, chia, rice milk.. nom nom

  188. The friut bowl special…… whatever is left once the kids have picked throught it.

  189. Banana, honey, chocolate protein powder, soy milk. Best post gym shake ever!

  190. i am craving some strawberry banana smoothie… I don’t think I have tried it before I wonder if it will be nice


    Quinoa Magic – apples, pear and apricot juice, bananas, and lots of quinoa seeds!

  192. Lea N Domanic Gray Reply

    Tropical Heaven (My own name lol) – Kiwi frui, Mango and Passionfruit with a little Apple 🙂

  193. Rachel Kriss-Newell Reply

    I love watermelon. Incorporate some kiwifruit and a touch of pineapple juice – yum

  194. A handful of spinach and some kale, hidden under the acidic sweetness of pineapple, the healthy zing of ginger and rounded off with a good slosh or two of coconut water!

  195. Green smoothie! (spinach, kale, banana, chia seeds, coconut juice, honey)

  196. Monique Farrell Reply

    Protein powder, peanut butter, banana, blueberries, ice, rice milk

  197. Lara Hamlyn Reply

    Kefir milk, blueberries, spinach, yoghurt, banana and coconut milk!

  198. Barbarella Reply

    “The Barbarella” – Banana, Milo and Yoghurt mmmmmmmmmm!

  199. Pineapple, orange, passionfruit (anything else I could hide that the kids wouldn’t notice)

  200. Belinda Maher Reply

    I would make mango, banana, strawberries smoothie with a drizzle of honey yummy

  201. I’d make a banana – blueberry smoothie with a hint of mango.

  202. ABC – Apple, Banana, Cinnamon with the goodness of kafir yogurt.

  203. Talya Goding Reply

    I would love a watermelon, apple, strawberry and pineapple

  204. Shu--Ching Ching( Sonia) Reply

    Mango Smoothie would be my first drink to create by this prize. Thank you

  205. Pauline Rimmer Stacey Reply

    Carrot,Ginger,Celery,Apple and iced wayer would give my body a vitamin hit i need

  206. It's a wonderful world Reply

    Banana, honey, almond milk with a touch of cinnamon.

  207. Shayne Frost Reply

    Baby spinach, banana, blueberries, cinnamon and almond milk.

  208. Triple B a.k.a Berry Banana Bonanza. Raspberry, Blueberry, Banana and Strawberry Yoghurt.

  209. Natalie Stoute Reply

    Berries and Beets. I’d combine frozen berries, roasted beetroot (cooled) with orange juice, coconut milk, granola and a touch of honey. Chock full of antioxidants, it would be a great health boost as well as tasting absolutely amazing.

  210. Banana and honey smoothies especially with honey from my own beehives

  211. Apple Pie:
    Apple, vanilla yoghurt, almond milk, quick cook oats, walnuts, a little dark brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg & allspice.
    ( For that very, very, special occasion add bourbon.)

  212. Coffee, almond milk, chocolate. Perfect for any time of day, but especially those 5 am starts.

  213. Henry Smith Reply

    Oat milk, Banana , Frozen mixed Berries, Apple Kiwi fruit and a bit of honey

  214. Jacinda Verner Reply

    Tia Maria and chocolate Baileys cocktails. With whipped cream. Mmmmmmmm.

  215. Almond, blue berries, grape fruit, Celery and kiwi with pomegranate seed raw.

  216. Sharyn Crystalwitch Parsell Reply

    Strawberries,raspberries,drop of honey and cinnamon and crushed ice.

  217. Trevor Roberts Reply

    knowing my wife, it would be honey, macadamias, vanilla gelato and natural yoghurt. this would be her dream,

  218. Everything Green, I am sick and can’t afford the Nutri Bullet.

  219. Karolina Hartinger Reply

    Everything from the fridge flavour, use what I have and stock up later.

  220. Rachael Rowberry Reply

    I would make a fruit lava drink. It’s frozen strawberries, coconut cream and pineapple juice with fresh pineapples. Whizz it for a yummy drink and place fresh pineapple pieces on top

  221. Dawn Marilyn Makowski Reply

    coconut water…….. low-fat cottage cheese…… chopped kale……..banana slices ……. mango…… flaxseed…….pure maple syrup or honey…….This is very refreshing and tastes great

  222. I’d love to make a summer sensation.. icy banana, mango and passionfruit with some plain sorbet… yummmm!

  223. a power smoothie – acai berry, banana, oats, milk and a dollops of strawberry frozen yoghurt!

  224. Strawberry, banana, chia seeds, macadamia nuts, vanilla bean, coconut milk and oats

  225. A Banana smoothie with a small handful of blueberries – just enough to give it a slight blue tinge. Then I would serve it up to my little girl’s and tell them it is a ‘Frozen’ smoothie 🙂

  226. I’d love something to remind me of summer, with a combination of banana, pineapple, coconut oil, and yoghurt.

  227. I’d like to try peach, mango and strawberry with some added ice cream 🙂

  228. Apple, banana, blueberry, pear and kiwi fruit smoothie with French vanilla yoghurt.

  229. Chantel Batley Reply

    Definitely the classic kiwi and strawberry and ice…..with some macadamia’s for an extra flavour hit.

  230. The ALL IN ONE smoothie…add all the fruits and increase your calories 🙂

  231. For me the nutribullet would do a better job when it comes to my post workout shake than my current blender. Vanilla protein powder, spinach, avocado, Apple and honey kickstarts recovery.

  232. Annaleise Sorbello Reply

    Fruit Fantasy- Blueberries, rasperries, banana, apple, prunes & coconut milk with a spoon full of healthy mummy smoothie mix. & would be awesome for blending soups this winter. a sorbello

  233. Beck Billows Reply

    I have never tried one but would love to make some home made food for my bub! And also some yummy fruit smoothly for the hubby and me

  234. Adding leafy greens to our diet! Brilliant never eat enough greens!! So berries greens and hmmmm banana!

  235. Lauren Anastasiou Reply

    A breakfast smoothie/muesli juice for brekky on the run! Rolled oats or oat bran, Greek yogurt, honey, milk, chia, maca, frozen banana and a variety of berries and nuts. (Maybe even sneak in some carrot and spinach when the kids aren’t looking.)

  236. We like just the classic smoothie, banana, touch of honey, touch or yogurt and milk and ice. sometimes a little cereal is added like oats.

  237. Nicole Maxwell Reply

    Would really love one of these to help motivate and aid me into loosing weight. I would make a kiwiana, kiwi fruit and banana with chia to help me stay fuller for longer

  238. Skappleberry(tm) – Spinach, kiwi fruit, apple and berries….whizzed up and served with love 🙂

  239. Sharon Gock Reply

    Mango, banana, pineapple, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and orange juice. My favourite combination of berries and tropical fruit!

  240. The classic Pina Colada – Banana, pineapple and orange…. perfect on a summer’s day!!!!

  241. Julie Madigan Reply

    spinach leaves, avocado, banana, kiwifruit, coconut milk, cinnamon and honey sound great to me just need the Bullet to make it up

  242. Donna Garland Reply

    mango,banana,pineapple,coconut milk and chia -beach breakfast.

  243. The Left Overs smoothie with nuts. Any left over banana, strawberries, yogurt or milk/cream, nuts/seeds and smooth it up. Yummo!

  244. ONEMariachi Reply

    Frozen Mangos, Banana, Spinach, Super greens powder, Chia seeds and Coconut water is my particular favourite to make at my mates house!

  245. Row Parker Reply

    watermelon and raspberry juice, I’ve been meaning to try it for ages

  246. Jill Darnley Reply

    I have Type 2 Diabetes and the amount of fruit is too small so would like to try the NUTRiBULLET to incorporate vegetables, oats nuts to help me in my daily healthy eating regime.

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