NutriBullet Nutrition Extractor Giveaway


My blending life in the kitchen as been TOTALLY TRANSFORMED ever since I received my NutriBullet!


Unlike everyday juicers and blenders, the NutriBullet completely breaks down ingredients into their most nutritious, most absorptive state into one delicious drink.  So, you don’t lose any fiber or leave huge chucks of greens in your smoothie.

I have honestly made some of the best tasting single serving “smoothies” with my NutriBullet.

So, what’s so great about it?

The NutriBullet is built with a super powerful 600 Watt Motor and comes with not one but two blades:

  • The all-new Extractor Blade uses bullet exclusive cyclonic action to bust open seeds, crack through stems and shred tough skins!
  • The Milling Blade‘s flat blade is ideal for milling grains, grinding fresh herbs and chopping nuts.  The blade is made of stainless steel and never needs sharpening.

The appliance really does support its claim of transforming ordinary food into superfood.

And, the best part, the NutriBullet comes with different sized cups where you make and drink right from the same cup!

There’s no mess transferring your drink from a mixer to a glass.  My favorite is the short cup because I make a singe serving and can take it on the go!


Oh and if it couldn’t get any easier, the Power Base of the NutriBullet allows you to simply plug it in, place one of the cups onto the 600-watt base and press.  That’s it.

There are NO BUTTONS!

There are NO CONFUSING MANUALS TO READ (yes, that’s me screaming from excitement)!

And, for those of use with limited kitchen counter space, no fear, the NutriBullet takes up minimal room.  Forget about those over-sized blenders that are hard to clean.  (Wow, I really do sound like an infomercial).

If you want to see awesome footage of the NutriBullet in action, check it out here!

With your appliance you’ll also receive an amazing recipe booklet.  Our family fave so far:

The Cleansing Blast:

  • 1-2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1 cored pear
  • 1 banana – frozen
  • 1 cored apple
  • 1 cup of frozen pineapple

Just dump the ingredients into your NutriBullet and blend for like 10 seconds and VOILA!

So, have I  made you thirsty yet?

What are you waiting for?

Enter to WIN now!

Giveaway Details:

One (1) lucky winner will receive a NutriBullet- the Superfood Nutrition Extractor (A $100 value)

How to Enter

To enter to win, simply leave a comment in the post letting telling me what concoction you’d make with your new kitchen appliance.

Additional (Optional) Entries

To up your chances of winning, you can receive up to FOUR additional entries to win by doing the following (these are optional, not required):

1. Subscribe to My Judy the Foodie by RSS. Come back and let me know you’ve subscribed in an additional comment.

2. Become a fan of My Judy the Foodie on Facebook. Come back and let me know you became a fan in an additional comment.

3. Follow My Judy the Foodie on Pinterest. Come back and let me know you’ve followed in an additional comment.

4. Follow @myjudythefoodie on Twitter. Come back and let me know you’ve followed in an additional comment.


The Fine Print

Deadline: Tuesday, February 19th at 11:59pm EST.

Winner: A winner will be chosen at random using and announced at the top of this post. The winner will also be notified via email and the My Judy the Foodie fan page on Facebook; if the winner does not respond within 24 hours, another winner will be selected.

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for writing this post. I’m just a HUGE FAN of the NutriBullet. As always, all opinions expressed are my own.


  1. Hmm, what concoction would I make if I won? Well, I think I would try out yours and share it with others. Then, we’re going to all praise your awesome recipes.

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  4. I followed you on Pinterest.

  5. Last but not least, I followed you on twitter.

  6. I would make fruit smoothies for my boys… Sneaking in some extra nutrition that they don’t know about!

  7. I like you on FB

  8. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I might try one of the green smoothies I’ve been reading about

  9. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I’m an email subscriber

  10. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I like you on FB as Mary Beth Elderton

  11. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I follow you on Pintrest as Mary Beth Elderton

  12. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I follow you on twitter as mbm218

  13. Blueberry smoothie with almond butter and hemp seeds.

  14. I would make a spinach/avocado/greek yogurt/blackberry/blueberry smoothie. Soo good!!!

  15. I follow you on facebook.

  16. Mark Ornstein says:

    I would make my Strawberry Banana Smoothies with this BULLET!!!

  17. I would definitely be making a green smoothie.

  18. I’m a fan on facebook!

  19. I followed you on pinterest!

  20. I follow you on twitter!

  21. The other day a co-worker told me she bought this blender and actually puts nuts into her smoothie. NUTS! I want to try those … and pomegranate seeds too!

  22. I already subscribe to your RSS but have still managed to hold back on twitter and facebook

  23. I don’t know, but I use a lot of chopped nuts and this would be PERFECT for them!!

  24. I subscribe via rss

  25. I’m a FB fan

  26. I follow on pinterest

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  28. Ooh…I would make my favorite smoothie of frozen blueberries, almond milk, a little agave and raw cacao.

  29. I would make carrot orange juice smoothie

  30. I like you on Facebook (Elena Istomina)

  31. I subscribe to your emails

  32. Follow you on Twitter @ElenaIstomina

  33. Follow you on Pinterest

  34. I would make chicken cordon blue 🙂 grinding my own bread crumbs…..everything by scratch!

  35. I am a fan on face book!

  36. The recipe you listed sounds terrific. I would try that first!

  37. I ‘liked’ your page on Facebook.

  38. I’m following you on Pinterest.

  39. I can see myself making delicious marinades, and getting creative with a few other ingredients!

  40. I’d make a strawberry banana protein smoothie.

  41. I would make an avocado, pineapple and coconut milk tropical smoothie. Thanks!

  42. I follow on Pinterest @lisasayslook

  43. I follow on Twitter @LisaSaysLook2

  44. I would make banana milk for the kids

  45. Already following on facebook

  46. Homemade greek yoghurt and frozen cherries

  47. I would incorporate more raw juicing

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  51. I have been on a smoothie kick lately. So, i would make a chocolate smoothie with avocados…mmmmm!

  52. Already follow you on twitter

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  54. Already follow you on pinterest 🙂

  55. I would make soups!

  56. I follow you on Twitter

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  59. Meghan Finley says:

    First thing I’d make would be a strawberry banana smoothie

  60. Meghan Finley says:

    I’m an email subscriber

  61. Meghan Finley says:

    I’m a facebook fan

  62. Meghan Finley says:

    I follow on pinterest-immortalb4

  63. Meghan Finley says:

    I follow on twitter @immortalb4

  64. Hi, I get you via email 🙂

  65. I follow you on pinterest

  66. I like you on FB! Thanks for another great giveaway!

  67. I’d use it to make my daily smoothies! Thanks

  68. I recently had a banana, pineapple and spinach smoothie. It was delish and I want to make it myself.

  69. I’m a fan of My Judy the Foodie on Facebook

  70. I follow My Judy the Foodie on Pinterest

  71. I follow @myjudythefoodie on Twitter

  72. I would make a strawberry banana smoothie!

  73. I follow you on twitter!

  74. Liked you on FB long ago 😉

  75. I would do a velvety cauliflower, sweet potato and coconut soup with a hint of lemongrass!

  76. I would make smoothies! Lots and lots of smoothies!

  77. I also follow you on facebook

  78. I would try carrots, beats papaya and honey. I’ve seen a similar blender on a television commercial and it’s had me thinking that I want to start juicing more. I’m also trying to create a healthy detox plan to change my diet. After my mom passed of Kidney and heart failure I’ve been really trying to change my eating habits and introduce a healthier lifestyle to my family. I think juicing is a great way to begin with adding more nutrition and sneaking in vegetables for the children and my husband.

  79. I also follow you on Pinterest! =)

  80. I follow you on Pinterest

  81. Melody Steelman says:

    I’ve been wanting to try many different versions of the green smoothie, but my little blender just doesn’t do a good enough job on the “greens.”

  82. Melody Steelman says:

    I follow you on Facebook.

  83. asia leitner says:

    I would LOVE to have this Bullet to make shakes and yogurts for my daughter!!!!

  84. Samantha C. says:

    Love to make some fruit smoothies!

  85. Samantha C. says:

    I’m an email subscriber of yours.

  86. Samantha C. says:

    I like you on FB.

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