Immersion blenders could change the way you eat fruits and veggies
Portable, versatile, and excellent for soups.
Handheld immersion blenders can do tackle nearly everything a countertop blender does—only they’re more budget-friendly, portable, and small-kitchen-friendly. Use them to whip up egg whites for tiramisu, quickly create whipped cream, make smoothies, puree creamy soups, emulsify sauces, and much more. If you’re somebody who struggles to get your fruits and veggies in, an immersion blender can turn broccoli and broth into a nice soup, or frozen bananas and cinnamon into “nice cream.” Below, our favorites.
The Mueller Ultra-Stick runs on a powerful 500-watt motor, with nine adjustable speed options. The stainless steel fixed blade blends efficiently, while the whisk attachment quickly fluffs up your egg whites or cream. This blender is easy-to-clean, durable, and portable.
The KitchenAid hand blender is designed to be used right away—no adjusting or fidgeting. It has seven straightforward speed settings, and a 4-point stainless steel fixed blade. The removable blending arm is a breeze to clean. This one comes with a blending jar, dishwasher-safe lid and pan guard, and a charger. It also comes in a rainbow of poppy colors.
The Koios immersion blender set has got it all: an 800-watt motor, 12 speeds (including a turbo setting), and a suite of helpful accessories like a whisk attachment, a 600ml beaker, and a 500ml food processor container. The blade has a long-lasting titanium coating, and is ideal for making soups or sauces, or whipping up a smoothie.