In this post on the new The Boss by Breville blender, I rhapsodized about some of the unique touch functions it offers, like Hot Soup and Autoclean. Of course, at $599 before tax, it’s meant to rival Vitamix and not your run-of-the-mill blenders. I was quite happy with my own blender, coincidentally the regular Breville, so the brand was pretty much preaching to the choir when they invited me to the media launch… and handed me a free The Boss to boot.
While I’m mostly known as a food writer and magazine columnist, I also develop recipes for major brands. When I arrived home from the launch, I may have relegated my old Breville to the basement, but it retraces its steps up on a regular basis. The Boss is such a powerful appliance that if I were to test recipes with it, I’m afraid it would throw off the timing and texture one can secure with regular blenders. So I use The Boss in my day-to-day cooking, lucky me, yet still develop recipes with my good old standby.
The Boss is the first blender ever to offer a Green Smoothie touch button (it has a regular Smoothie button too), to handle tougher greens like kale and spinach that produce chunkier smoothies. Launch participants were served a Tropical Green Smoothie to showcase the added smoothie function. It’s also featured in the 75-page hardcover (!) recipe book that accompanies every Boss blender. No doubt about it, everything about this newest Aussie appliance sets the bar.
Fresh, refreshing and nutritious, this green smoothie uses on-trend coconut water to provide the chill with raw almonds as a source of protein. It would be a perfect choice to “detox” for spring. Of course, you can totally try this in a regular blender, just follow the optional steps below. Enjoy.
To learn more about The Boss by Breville or to buy it online, Amazon offers it with $100 off the retail price:
P.S. I received this product for free by the manufacturer during the media launch. I have not been paid for this post and all opinions expressed are my own.