Put a Mason Jar on your Blender!

You can… put a mason jar on your blender!! Yes. You can. Well, if it fits on your blender. A lot of mason jars are different sizes. And a lot of blenders are weird. If you have a blender like mine, and a cute lil jar like mine, then you can make awesome single-serving smoothies. It’s so cool. (there’s a video at the bottom if you don’t believe me!)

Be careful when trying this… we used all fresh fruit and I’m not sure what would happen with some ice. AKA… try at your own risk. Mason jars probably aren’t as strong as blender glass.

Go grab a mason jar. See if it will screw into your blender. If it won’t fit perfectly… DON’T DO THIS. Ha. Mine just screwed right in!

Then take it back out and put in whatever you want! We put in bananas and blackberries and a tad bit of milk. You then have to screw on the lid thing and then flip everything upside down. If your mason jar TRULY fits, then nothing will leak out. If something is leaky…. something is wrong and DO NOT use this in your blender!! Be careful when trying this… we used all fresh fruit and I’m not sure what would happen with some ice. AKA… try at your own risk.

and then put it in place in your bottom blender thing.

and… BLEND! Don’t think this will really work? We filmed our first time trying to blend using the mason jar… watch below! i was scared of what would happen! and what happened? blending.


and look at our pretty single-serving banana and blackberry smoothie!! yum yum yum.

enjoy! tell me if your mason jar works!

2018-06-23T13:26:15+00:00

19 Comments

  1. Serenity de Clare October 15, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    Shut the front door! This is flippin’ crazy! I would have never known if I did not check out this post. Idk if I can on my blender. I have an old style one. I will have to try tomorrow. This is nuts but kool!

  2. Smoothie lover January 5, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    Does the blender you’ve shown use regular or wide mouth mason jars?

  3. Anne Trim February 22, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    I use this all the time and have been doing it for years on different blenders. I do hold on to the jar to make sure it doesn’t unscrew like it did to Kali P. This saves so much time and bother, no need to scape food or wash container.

  4. becky September 30, 2014 at 6:08 pm

    how did you get the Mason jar off if it was upside down and full of liquid.

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