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This Perfectly Shabby Chic Blender Is For Mason Jar Lovers

This small but powerful blender is so pretty you'll want to leave it on your kitchen counter

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Photography: Oster Philippines Facebook page

Blenders are commonly found in the average Pinoy kitchen. After the refrigerator and toaster oven, the blender is the next small kitchen appliance families purchase, so many of us grew up with one in our childhood homes. More recently, the health conscious love the versatility of this small appliance for their needs, because itâs the perfect aid for those on diets. It is an undoubtedly useful and powerful kitchen gadget that when used right, can be your kitchen helper for many recipes.

Unfortunately, it's not always the most attractive kitchen appliance. If you usually relegate your tall and bulky blender to the cupboard, youâre not alone. Many often forget they own a blender until absolutely needed, and even then, back in the cabinets, it goes. It would just take up unnecessary counter space better suited for an appliance you use more often.

However, if you have a blender that not only looks like it came from a home decorating magazine and that it also is a powerful and useful kitchen tool, you may change your mind. The Oster Ball Mason Jar Blender is one blender you want front and center. It's a pretty little thing, and because it's out, you may be inclined to use it as often as you can.


The Oster Ball mason jar blender comes in red and white. It also comes with an extra mason jar, drinking lid, reusable straw, and storage lid.

If you're thinking that this blender doesn't have what it takes to challenge a more conventional looking one, you may be proven wrong. It's got four-stainless steel blades just like a normal blender so it can crush ice for your icy drinks, but here's the catch: the jug is in the shape of a mason jar mug. That means that yes, it's smaller but it also means more efficient and faster blending of whatever it is you're liquefying. Plus, since it's a mason jar mug, it's the perfect to-go container, especially since it comes with its own drinking lid and straw making it easily portable. It works just like a bullet blender: just screw on the lid with the blender blades, put it on the blender base, and twist. It will whizz fruits and veggies easily without a touch of a button.

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If drinks aren't what you're making, an extra jar and a closed lid storage cap transforms the mason jar into a container you can use to store dips, salsa, and even, homemade peanut butter. With such a pretty and chic kitchen appliance on your kitchen counter, we bet youâll be more willing to use the gadget since itâs right there in front of you, ready to do your bidding.

The Oster Ball Mason Jar Blender is available in red or white and retails for P2,700. Visit Oster Philippines for more information. 

 This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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