Best Stick Hand Blender

Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC 200 Watt 2 Speed Hand Blender (Brushed Chrome)
Best Stick Hand Blender

Since living this low carb life, I have realized I use many of my appliances much more than I have in the past. I’m sure it is because I am making more home cooked food which is a good thing.

So today, I wanted to share with you the one tool that I could never be without. And that is my Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC 200 Watt 2 Speed Hand Blender. I chose this brand because it is considered the best-rated hand blender on Amazon.com. And I have to agree with all of the 5-star ratings that it is the best stick hand blender on the market.

It is really easy to use and comes in a variety of colors. There are two speeds. I like to use the low speed when I just want to break up vegetables or if I want to thicken soups. I used low when I made my low carb cream of mushroom soup.

I love my stick blender because it is so convenient and easy to use. I can leave my food (whatever needs mixing) in its pot or bowl and then I just pull out my stick blender and blend away.

But since it is a mixer, I always make sure I use a taller bowl so it doesn’t splatter. I learned that the hard way when I was making some whipped cream. There was whipped cream everywhere! Opps!

Actually, this hand mixer comes with a 16-oz plastic mixing cup which works perfectly if you just want to make a shake or small portion of whipped cream. I make up whipped cream in less than a minute.

My boyfriend uses it to make homemade low carb mayonnaise. He uses a wide lip mason jar to mix it up with the stick mixer. This way, he can leave it in the jar. He simply puts the lid on it. You can’t get easier than that.

Do you have a stick mixer? What do you use it for?

10 thoughts on “Best Stick Hand Blender”

  1. Wendy, no, I do not and never owned a hand mixer. I have the large cake mixer and I use NutriBullet for my drink and something else for my smoothies, LOL. Sounds like I should get something, one thing to replace all these. This shaker sounds convenient to have around. Thank you for posting.

    1. I was like you, Josephine. It wasn’t until recently that I started using a stick hand blender. I love it because it is convenient and quick. I don’t need to pull out the hand mixer and clean up is a piece of cake.

  2. Great information here. I’ve always been curious about stick blenders. I’ve seen them used on cooking shows and they seem to work great. The cost doesn’t seem to be too prohibitive either. I think the best thing is that you can blend right in the container something is cooking in (like soup) and you don’t have to keep pouring and repouring in and out of a blender. I definitely will look into getting one or maybe asking for one for my birthday which is coming up soon. Thanks for the great info.

      1. Yes, I love these type of blenders! I used to have one when I was in high school! I would always make protein shakes or milkshakes with it. They work great! I don’t remember which one I had, but occasionally the buttons wouldn’t work to adjust the speed. Does this one have a feature to unscrew the bottom half off the blender? That always made washing it after really easy. Thanks for a great post!

        1. I have never had a problem with the speeds not working. It has been pretty reliable. As for taking apart to clean. It really isn’t necessary. The stick is pretty long and if there is any splatter on the handle, I just wipe it off right away. So I don’t think opening it would be necessary.

  3. Hi Wendy, I am actually looking for a good hand blender at the moment so after reading your review I am definitely going to look at the Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC 200 Watt 2 Speed Hand Blender. From what you have said it will be suitable for what I want. Great information. Cheers Tracy đŸ™‚

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