Reddit Reddit reviews Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set

We found 25 Reddit comments about Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set
17-piece high-speed mixing system chops, whips, blends, and more. Cups are made out of high-impact plasticIncludes power base, 2 blades, 2 cups, 4 mugs, 4 colored comfort lip rings, 2 sealed lids, 2 vented lids, and recipe bookDurable see-through construction; press down for results in 10 seconds or lessMicrowave- and freezer-safe cups and mugs; dishwasher-safe partsProduct Built to North American Electrical Standards
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25 Reddit comments about Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set:

u/munchamunch · 4 pointsr/sex

My dad called me once to say, "I got this thing called the Magic Bullet and I love it! You should get one!". It was an extremely uncomfortable couple of minutes before I realized that he meant this.

u/riseupagainst · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gift one: I am trying to eat more fruits and vegetables because I have a horrible diet, so I could really use this [magic bullet blender] ( My sister gave me one for my wedding, but my friend, while drunkenly trying to make a mixed drink, broke it before I ever got to use it, and I am too nice to make her buy me a new one.

Gift two: [eyeshadow primer] ( would be awesome! C'mon...gimme.

u/Ticket2ride21 · 3 pointsr/Treeparents

Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set

Just in case someone was wondering what a magic bullet was

u/StreetKnock · 3 pointsr/gainit

I dont add bananas or half & half usually because I use a Magic Bullet and there isn't much room. I put in a half cup of ground up oats, with a scoop of whey, honey, and 2 spoonfuls of peanut butter. Then fill the rest with milk. I have 2 of these 12 oz shakes a day. I think it ends up being around 600 calories per shake.

u/illadelchronic · 3 pointsr/bodyweightfitness
  • 2 scoops whey (46g), 1 cup Greek yogurt [twice the protein of normal yogurt] (17g), 1+ cup 2% milk (< 11g), few leaves off the chard [spinach is good too] out front, handful of strawberries n blueberries = 74g protein.

  • 4 eggs (20g), 12 slices turkey lunch meat (24g), some cheese (6g), some milk = 50g+ protein. + salsa bravo. microwave ~3.5 min, stirring every minute.

  • 1 big can-o-tuna[12oz] (~55g), 5oz can-salmon (20g), dijon mustard, creamy horseradish, lemon pepper, dill = 75g. + bread and salsa bravo.

    Those are my major protein sources. I highly recommend getting a Magic Bullet or a Nutri Bullet, they make it really quick and only 1 thing to clean.
u/Nabosaurus · 3 pointsr/spicy
u/Aerrowae · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yay! I'm so excited that you're getting your own place! That's such a good feeling!

/u/Pinalope4Real and /u/dnd1980

Startup an excel spreadsheet and make a budget for yourself. I find that once I have a budget setup I pay even more attention to my money and figure out new ways to save. I have helped my roommate and my boyfriend setup a budget. :o)

The meat market can save you sooo much money and make you more conscious about the items you are buying and motivate you to cook more.

Crockpots are awesome and help you save time during the week. I know you work from home, but ready-made food throughout the week is awesome!

The Magic Bullet or Nutribullet are both great to have in the home for smoothies! Of course you can blend other items in the cups as well.

I have this Himalayan Salt Lamp and I love it. I also have this Himalayan Salt Candle Holder....actually everything I'm linking you is something that I own and love, something I have experience with, or a similar model (the crock pot was a random model) lol

Oh and this tea because it's delicious.

u/russkhan · 2 pointsr/IndianFood

This is the set I got. Good idea about buying the grinding blade separately, not sure why I didn't think of that.

u/nutrition_guy · 2 pointsr/soylent

Nice comprehensive review but sorry to hear about your preparation woes.

As a longterm Hol Food user, I've found what I consider to be the single best preparation method that is super easy, but also creates a texture that is just about as smooth as chocolate milk:

  • Mix 1.5 scoops of Hol Food with 1.5 cups of water or milk in a small blender (e.g., a Magic Bullet) for about 30 seconds. The resulting mixture will be super smooth, and as you stated in your review, tastes amazing.

    You can almost always find Magic Bullets on sale somewhere (I think I got mine at Canadian Tire for around 20 dollars) and I now have one at the office and one at home for this exact purpose.

    As for the stomach/bloating issues, I have to admit that I've never experienced them nor have a I heard of such issues from any of my friends who I've convinced to try (several people at my office also use Hol Food). However, as was the case for a lot of DIY recipes back in the day, I find that if you have it for a couple more days, you will become used to it and the bloating will stop. For the record, if you are sensitive to lactose, that could cause the bloating and gas. But again, it will probably subside in a couple days of use.

u/TexasMojo · 2 pointsr/Breadit

A Danish dough whisk. Great for mixing, easy to scrape the sides of the bowl as you mix, and they clean up in a few seconds.

A Progressive silicon bowl scraper. Stiff o one side, flexible on the other.

Covermate stretch to fit food covers. Great for covering bowls while the dough rises. You don't have to mess with plastic wrap, and they're reusable. I found mine at Albertson's.

A large ceramic bowl. I got mine at Kohl's for about 20 bucks.

An Anchor Measuring Glass. I use these to test for my dough doubling in volume. Just tear off a pinch, push it into the glass, and its easy to tell when the volume's doubled.

A Maverick Oven Thermometer. Unless you're entirely sure your oven is near 100% accurate.

A Magic Bullet mixer is great for chopping small amounts of herbs and zests without a lot of cleanup.

I've just started using silicone bread pans I got on line at 13deals for stupid cheap, 5 bucks apiece i think. Keep watching, they show up fairly regularly.

Scotch-Brite Stay Clean scrubbers. They claim they'll clean up eggs and melted cheese without fouling up.. I figured they'd also clean up dough without gunking up on the first use, and I was right. They're great for cleaning out your bowls.

Parchment paper. A good dutch oven. baking stones.

That's about it. Some of my favorite things for making things easier.

u/OiMooi · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I strongly suggest getting the Magic Bullet. I had jaw repositioning surgery about a year ago so I also went through several weeks on a no-solids diet and this thing was awesome. As for food, my doctos gave me this booklet of high protein blended recipes.

Here are two of my own mixes that I enjoyed pretty often.

  • Vanilla Ensure + chocolate ice cream + couple spoonfuls of peanut butter

  • Cream of chicken soup + 1 cup of mixed veggies like broccoli, carrots, cauliflower. Strain before eating.

u/rapey_tree_salesman · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

I use a ninja bullet. Scoop some coconut oil, kerrygold, and mct oil. Then I put the cap on and place it by the coffepot. Morning comes, I make coffee, pour it in the prescooped cup, blend it, then put the drink top on and go. Never been better. I have a giant ninja kit with blender and everything but This bullet can be had on amazon for under 50. I used that before I had the ninja.

u/Xeniox · 1 pointr/Juicing

I have a Magic Bullet that works pretty well. Comes with lids and such, also good for blending in spinach for some added weight to the juice.

u/Checkers10160 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I love the Magic Bullet. It's the perfect size for making a shake or smoothie (Unless you want a huge one) and since it's small, you don't have to worry about dirtying a big blender pitcher or whatever they're called. Plus there's a few so if you're lazy and one is dirty, you can use another one. They're also good because you can seal them and take them wherever you want to go

Also good if multiple people want a drink/shake/smoothie/whatever but don't want the same thing.

u/call_me_cthulhu_ · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First of all I just want to say that, that strainer looks amazing.

I'm going to guess that you'll have $43.24

here is an item under $10, here is one under $25, and here is one under $50

u/FairyPoeline · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Defs the Magic Bullet I've been lusting after ever since I saw the infomercial at 3am when it first came out. We don't own an actual blender and I freaking love smoothies and milkshakes. Plus, holy shit, how great was the Magic Bullet infomercial?!

u/PennyPriddy · 1 pointr/podcasting

This comment will not be helpful, but I'll admit, when I first read your title, this was my first thought:

u/ireallylovefood · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Save up man, it's a totally worthy appliance. I did lots of research before getting mine, and I love my blender! Also, magic bullets work well, live long, and are relatively inexpensive too.

u/Apereyr3 · 1 pointr/Fitness
u/muirmoffatt · 0 pointsr/news

As I recall the magic bullet theory was proven to be bunk after the correct seating arrangements of the JFK and the governor were accounted for.

Unless you mean this. In that case I'm completely satisfied.

u/vincethered · -1 pointsr/LifeProTips


Oster 6-Cup 8-Speed Blender $39.00 (US)

Magic Bullet MBR-1701 17-Piece Express Mixing Set $48 (US)

The Oster blender is higher rated by consumers (4.2 stars Vs. 3.6 stars for the bullet)

Smaller and underpowered does NOT mean cheaper, and it certainly doesn't mean better.