How to Make a Mason Jar Blender: A Simple DIY
Here is another amazing way to use your mason jars, and this time, we are making a blender! When I first stumbled upon the mason jar blender Trash is for Tossers, I couldn’t wait to pull out the iconic glassware from my kitchen shelf and try the project out with my kids. So if you want to enjoy an array of smoothies, whipped creams, and salsa to your heart’s content, here is the step-by-step procedure.
Steps to Turn a Mason Jar into a Blender
What You’ll Need
- An inexpensive blender
- Regular mouth mason jar (Here I have used a quart size but a pint size will also do if it sits well on the blender)
- Detach the base from the blender container.
- Take out the blade and gasket and wash them properly.
- Attach the gasket and blade to the mason jar.
- Place the base on the jar and make sure it fits tightly.
- Invert the jar onto the blender.
How easy it is to transform an ordinary blender into a cool one. Now fill the jar with slices of your favorite fruits and whip up a refreshing mixed fruit smoothie. (Don’t take the risk of adding effervescent stuff like vinegar or baking soda as your fine jar could explode)
Yummy and healthy isn’t it? I loved every drop of the smoothie and so did my kids.
Other Cool Mason Jar Blender Ideas to Try
Once your smoothie is made, place a mason jar cap on the blender to sip the refreshing drink on the go rather than pouring it into a glass.
Far better than an ordinary blender, the combination of a mason jar and immersion blender would be more feasible for those with less kitchen space. Moreover, the jar makes an excellent storage container for keeping the leftovers.
Now prepping mouthwatering delights for my kiddos is sheer fun with the mason jar-turned-into-blender. Right from making yummy mocktails to wide varieties of sauce, I am proud to call myself a creative supermom. So roll up your sleeves, bring in the jars, and get started.
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