- Nesco Professional Grip ‘n Go Immersion mixer is designed for maximum flexibility in the kitchen.
- Comes with 24 ounce mixing/measuring lidded cup, 24 ounce chopping bowl with blade, and whisk and stainless-steel frother
- Appliance has a nonslip rubber handle
- Handheld blender features five variable speed settings.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Measures 3 by 3 by 15 inches and has a 1 year limited warranty.
The first prize we have for the 30 Days of Hope Giveaway is this awesome hand held immersion mixer. This will be great for making soup, especially when you’re working with hot liquids, since it has a blade guard that prevents splashing. It has five speeds, and comes with containers so that you can store your items after mixing or chopping them. With this one mixer, you can blend, whip, grind, puree, chop, and mince!
Good luck!! Together, we have hope.
This site has helped me realize that, although I can’t chew much, I do not have to live on pasta and bread alone! Non-chewers unite! Together we have “hope” to even enjoy many of favorite Holiday dishes!
Looks like a good excuse to make a milkshake 🙂
I’m not sure what to say, so I guess I’ll shill myself as a TMJ suffering semi-pro musician/artist 🙂
LOL, Will. 🙂
This looks amazing!!!
this is a great resource!
Soft foods is not something that has been easy for me to get used to. There’s only so much yogurt like soups you can possibly eat in a day. It’s a lot easier when I can clean a smaller blender then a 12 cup one. Thanks for the amazind ideas I have found throughout this site. You make the process of living with TMJ as informative as possible. Hope exists!
Thank you for your kind comment, Maidelys. I agree… for me it was mashed potatoes… I just can’t eat them anymore!
well said, Lorelei!!
I’ll give it a whirl! Although, I have a hard time imagining blending certain foods, lol.
LOL, Alicia! It took me a minute to get that. Must be the meds getting slowing down my brain tonight.
If you win, how about blending up a meatloaf sandwich for me? I have been craving one ever since I stopped being able to chew.
Lorelei & Alicia, when I had my jaw wired I attempted to blend a breakfast sandwich once. Umm, I don’t think I need to tell you that the results were rather disastrous. LOL! I was just so sick of sweet foods! There are some savory foods that taste pretty good blended/pureed, like chili, butternut squash or pumpkin soup, corn chowder, etc.
would love to have one of these, lord knows I eat enough soup & shakes.
Hi Julie. 🙂 Make sure you enter for the blender bottle too, since those are great for smoothies/shakes. I notice you have a blog on Fibromyalgia… we are putting together some “I’m blogging for Jaw Joints / TMJ Awareness Month” images if you wanted to tell your readers about what we’re up to here this month. We would certainly appreciate any way our readers can help spread the hope! 🙂 Let me know if you’re interested & I’ll email you the images when they are done.
Lorelei, I love your comment that we don’t have to live on pasta and bread alone!! It seems like I have done that and still do it so much!!
It looks awesome!
Sounds like a great Item! Would love to try it out!
What a wonderful tool to prepare a ‘meal’ when one’s jaws are locked up and you have to use a straw to eat! 😉
This looks amazing and will be a huge help in preparing meals. My old blender is getting tired. Good Luck everyone!
I would love to win something as useful as this.
I love immersion blenders! This looks like a nice one.
Finally having a place where I can get support and information on TMJ has given me the hope that one day, I will be able to get through this!!
I’d love one of these!
This would be a handy tool for post op (having arthroscopy on Dec. 10/10).
Cool product! Sounds like it would be something used almost daily!