NutriBullet Recipes for the Control of Diabetes

NutriBullet is a kitchen gadget that is used to pulverize vegetables, fruits, seeds, and nuts.  We will take a look at some basic information about the NutriBullet and we will also look at some NutriBullet recipes.

Some people refer to it as an “extractor” instead of a juicer or a blender. This may be so because of the actions of the blades which come with a lot of power and crushes things until it becomes a liquid or soft consistency. It is, therefore, a good gadget to make a lovely smoothie.

The NutriBullet recipes are popular today for several reasons. They are nutritious and are being used as part of a variety of strategies to control and eliminate a number of illnesses, to which diabetes is no exception.

It is a smart way to get more fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds into your diet. Using the NutriBullet to make a nutritious meal is easy to do and cleaning up after your delicious, nutritious meal is a breeze.

Vitamin and Mineral Storehouse

The beauty with any NutriBullet drink/smoothie is that they are packed with vitamins and minerals and can be a great “pick me up” in the mornings. I will share with you how easy it is to use NutriBullet recipes for the control of diabetes and other illnesses/diseases.

They are equally satisfying after a hard day work, and can be used to help us to have a good night rest dependent on the ingredients used. Again, they are packed with vitamins and minerals to continue the healing process, whilst we sleep, in preparation to start the ball rolling the next day.

Easy Does It

A lot of us complain about not having enough time to make healthy meals at home, especially in the mornings. There is always this mad rush to get the children out of the house and beat the morning traffic to get to work.

Children going to school.

The good news is that the NutriBullet drinks are super easy to prepare. Making a NutriBullet drink entails washing and peeling some fruits, washing and adding some vegetables, some nuts, and seeds if you so desire, peanut butter and oats are also popular ingredients. After this, the only thing needed is some liquid. I like to use coconut water, or coconut milk and sometimes just plain spring water.

More Vegetables in the Mornings-Sneak It In

Below I will share with you some of the smoothie recipes I love to make to start my day. Smoothies, for me, is an easy way to sneak more fruits and vegetables into my diet.

Outside of steamed callaloo and cabbage, I find it difficult to consume vegetables in the mornings. Smoothies allow me to have carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, kale and cucumber in the mornings as well.

Help! Chewing has Become Difficult!Figure sick

Do you have an older person at home who is probably ill and finding it difficult to chew? Yes, I know that this can be painful as you ponder what to prepare for them to “eat.” They are obviously tired of soup and porridge, and, most importantly, you need to find a way for them to “eat” their fruits.

Here comes the help! The NutriBullet can be used to crush the fruits so that they will be able to drink pure fruit juice diluted with a little coconut or spring water. Sounds good to you? It gets better. Yes, it does.

Nuts and Seeds, even if my Teeth are Missing

Broken Peanut

I am sure you crossed nuts and seeds off their list. How can you give them peanuts when they can’t chew Irish potatoes? The NutriBullet makes this possible. Especially if your loved one is diabetic and having problems chewing. Peanuts are good to help in the fight to control diabetes.

Now you can blend some peanuts in the smoothies you make with the NutriBullet. I know, you are happy. I am too because this is exciting news. You can also blend the pumpkin seeds and flax seeds they loved when they were healthier.

Avocado Delight

You will need:

  • 1/4 avocado (remove seed and peel)
  • 1/4 small apple (wash and leave skin intact)
  • 1/4 cup strawberries
  • 10 almonds
  • 1/2 cup of kale
  • coconut water from the refrigerator


  1. Cut avocado and add to NutriBullet.
  2. Cut and add apple.
  3. Add strawberries, almonds and Kale.
  4. Use coconut water to fill until you get to the “Max Line.”
  5. Blend until smooth (note the almonds will blend smooth as well, but will add body to the drink).
  6. Enjoy!

Avocado-Oats Blend 

You will need:

  • 1/4 avocado (remove seed, peel and cut)
  • 1/2 ripe banana (peel and cut) Smoothie-Avocado
  • 1/4 cup oats
  • 5 walnuts
  • 1 teaspoon peanut butter
  • spring water from the refrigerator


  1. Add avocado to NutriBullet.
  2. Add ripe banana.
  3. Add oats, walnut and peanut butter.
  4. Use spring water to fill until you get to the “Max Line.”
  5. Blend until smooth (The oats will add body to the drink. Adjust as needed).
  6. Enjoy!

Beets n Berry Treat

You will need:

  • 1/4 medium beetroot (wash, peel and cut)
  • 2 strawberries
  • 5 raspberries
  • 5 blueberries
  • 3 inches carrot (wash and scrape)
  • 2 inches cucumber (wash with skin intact)
  • coconut milk (cold)


  1. Add beetroot to NutriBullet.
  2. Add strawberries, raspberries, blueberries.
  3. Add carrot, cucumber to the above.
  4. Fill with coconut milk until you get to the “Max Line.”
  5. Blend until smooth.
  6. Enjoy!

Fruit and Veggie Medley

This blend is full of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and, is a good start to any diabetic’s day. Raw vegetables and fruits are known to lower or at least control blood glucose. A research revealed that eating vegetables in the morning could possibly be a part of the answer to controlling diabetes.

Please see below for a NutriBullet recipe filled with fruits and vegetables. This is a great way to start your day.

You will need:

  • 5 green seedless grapes
  • 1/4 apple
  • 1/4 pear
  • 2 inches cucumber
  • 2 inches carrot
  • 3 small broccoli florets
  • 1/4 teaspoon olive oil
  • coconut water


  1. Add grapes to NutriBullet.
  2. Add apple, and pear.
  3. Add cucumber, carrot, broccoli and olive oil to the above.
  4. Fill with coconut water until you get to the “Max Line.”
  5. Blend until smooth.
  6. Enjoy!

Venturia’s Blast Smoothie

I named this one after my mom because I have included some of her favorites in this recipe. Please continue to read. My mom loved the ones with the ♥.

You will need:

  • 10 pistachio (Removed from the shell.) ♥
  • 5 cashew
  • 1/2 ripe banana ♥
  • 1 small black mango (Peeled and cubed. You can use other mangoes. My mother loved black mangoes.) ♥
  • 1/2 small papaya ♥
  • 4 inches carrot ♥ Mango smoothie
  • 1 leaf lettuce ♥
  • coconut water ♥


  1. Add pistachio and cashew to Nutribullet.
  2. Add ripe banana, mango and papaya.
  3. Add carrot and lettuce.
  4. Fill with coconut water until you get to the “Max Line.”
  5. Blend until smooth.
  6. Enjoy!

Moderation is the Key

I said it in previous articles that juicing is not ideal for diabetics. We can have some juice, but it is better if we make them at home so we know the ingredients and can exercise caution where other ingredients are concerned. What then is my position on smoothies and why am I writing about them?

Hypocrisy is not the order of the day in my books. Yes, I am diabetic, and yes I own and love using my NutriBullet. However, if you look at my recipes, they contain fewer fruits and peanut butter than you may see in other recipes. That is so because I am using moderation as the key.

We should bear in mind that some people have elevated blood glucose readings when they eat too much of certain fruits. I am not one of those persons for the most parts, but I still exercise caution in my consumption of food, including fruits. I am still observing my mango intake and the effect on my blood glucose.

Is More the Best?

The point is you need to watch your consumption of fruits and vegetables when making smoothies. More is not always better. I also have a smoothie to replace a meal, not as an addition to a meal. This is what is working for me and I am sharing my journey and encouraging you to do your experiments and see what works for you.

Our aim is to eat foods, in quantities which will not spike our blood sugar well beyond the normal range. The last thing we would like is to control our blood glucose and then gain weight. Eventually, you may see a return to diabetes. I am encouraging a lifestyle change to eliminate or at least control diabetes and reap the bonuses of other health benefits, including weight loss and normal blood pressure.

It is Well Worth the Money-Shop Here

Please see below for some items you may be interested in, if you are serious about packing up on your vitamins and minerals to start your day. Did I mention that you will also lose weight if you incorporate at least one Nutribullet meal in your daily diet plan? Please click on the links for details and prices.

  1. NutriBullet Pro 900 Hi-Speed Blender/Mixer, 9-piece Set

  2. Magic Bullet NutriBullet 12-Piece High-Speed Blender/Mixer System

  3. Magic Bullet NutriBullet Rx N17-1001 Blender.

Please check here for a review on the Magic Bullet NutriBullet Rx N17-1001 Blender.


The NutriBullet is seen as one of those kitchen gadgets which can be used to help us to consume and enjoy more fruits and vegetables than we would normally have in a day. The drink made is usually packed with vitamins and minerals and will, therefore, over a period of time help us to control or eliminate diabetes and other illnesses.

This gadget also brings good news for the ailing amongst us. Persons who are ill and finding it difficult or even impossible to chew, can still “eat” their fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds using the NutriBullet. The fact that this gadget is easy to clean after we enjoy our nutritious and delicious drink, makes it a must for every kitchen and everyone with a busy lifestyle who is serious about their health.

A few recipes which are intended to be had for breakfast are; Avocado Delight, Avocado-Oats Blend, Beets n Berry Treat, and Fruit and Veggie Medley.

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  1. // Reply

    Hi Josephine,
    Thanks for sharing these recipes. I have been juicing for about a year now and I have certainly seen the difference it has made in my health. I plan to try some of the recipes you have shared especially your mom’s favorite. Intrigued about using coconut water instead of just water.

    Dr. Holder.

    1. // Reply

      Hello Dr. Holder, thanks for stopping, reading and commenting. It is highly appreciated. Please let us know how you find the recipes and remember to subscribe to the Newsletter for more goodies. Cheers.

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