Frozen fruit in the Nutribullet
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It’s a very common question to ask – can I use frozen fruit in the Nutribullet? Here we answer the question and describe some simple recipes that you can try using frozen fruit in your Nutribullet.

So first of all let’s look at the different models of Nutribullet, and consider the wattage:

Nutribullet wattage

As you can see from this table, all Nutribullets are equipped with enough power to deal with frozen fruit and vegetables, although with the Magic Bullet it’s best to let it thaw slightly and to use softer types of fruit such as berries and mango. Even the Nutribullet 600 can struggle with larger pieces of frozen fruit and ice, so if possible use smaller chunks.

You should have virtually no problems whatsoever with the 900 pro and above as these are really powerful blenders that can more than accommodate frozen fruit in nutriblasts.



Why use frozen fruit in the Nutribullet?

If you’re wondering why you should use frozen fruit in the Nutribullet, the answer is very straightforward. It’s an excellent and speedy way of chilling down your smoothie, as there is no need to add ice. The blended frozen fruit will make the smoothie naturally thicker and more creamy, and mixed with ingredients such as banana, can actually create a passable imitation of ice-cream!

Frozen fruit recipes for the Nutribullet

One of our favourite simple recipes using frozen fruit for the Nutribullet is Berry chiller. Adjust the volume of ingredients to taste, but make sure you don’t fill past the max line.


  • baby spinach leaves
  • frozen mixed berries (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries)
  • a banana
  • almond milk up
  • a tablespoon of flax seed


  • Put the spinach and mixed frozen berries into the Nutribullet cup
  • Add the tablespoon of flax seeds
  • Top up with almond milk to the max line
  • Blitz until smooth
  • Enjoy!

As we have said, you can make a passable ice-cream in the Nutribullet. One of our favourite flavours is made using frozen mango.


  • Frozen mango chunks
  • A teaspoon of sweetener such as stevia
  • Coconut milk (or almond milk if you prefer the flavour)


  • Put the mango chunks and stevia into the blender
  • Add the coconut milk to the max line
  • Blend in short bursts so that you don’t make the mixture too runny – if you prefer a milkshake then blend for slightly longer.

We hope that this answers the question about if you can use frozen fruit in the Nutribullet. If you’re interested in finding out more about this amazing blender, check out our article answering questions about the Nutribullet or why not find out about some unusual uses for the Nutribullet.