Braun Blenders

Written by Elisabeth Forsythe
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Icy cold margaritas; smooth, creamy pureed soups; or even salsa, the right blender can help create all these delights and more. Long considered an essential--if un-glamorous--kitchen appliance, the humble blender has moved to the forefront of modern cuisine. With this in mind, Braun has answered the call for powerful blenders that help the home cook achieve gourmet results.

First, there are two kinds of blenders. The conventional standing blender is known to all. Excellent for crushing ice, whirling bread crumbs, even chopping vegetables, these blenders are versatile, universal favorites. However, if you want all the capabilities of a blender in a more convenient, easy-to-use form, there is the hand blender. Say you want to puree some hot soup. Rather than ladling it batch by batch into a regular blender, you can use a hand blender right in the soup pot. There's less mess, less cleanup, but the same great results.

Braun's PowerMax Jug Blender is a top-of-the-line machine with a powerful 525-watt motor. It dices, it crushes, it liquifies anything you can throw at it. With a seven-cup glass carafe and five speeds at your command, the PowerMax performs any task with ease. Braun also makes the Multiquick Professional Handblender. With a 400-watt motor and Turbo Boost button, this hand blender is powerful enough to blend thick soups quickly and efficiently. The Multiquick model also comes with a mixing/measuring beaker and a 34-oz. capacity blender/chopper.

Blend Like a Professional

There's no denying a blender's usefulness in the kitchen. Braun not only claims to manufacture superior blenders, but they back them up with a one-year warranty. Whether it's a traditional blender or a hand blender--or both--in your kitchen, make sure you have the quality and performance you deserve.


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