Alright, we’ve all been there. You buy a nice pack of fresh, tasty coffee beans. You specifically bought whole beans just to be able to grind them yourself.
Today, more and more people turn to this way of consuming coffee, because it makes them feel more in-touch with their favorite caffeine beverage. Moreover, if you grind your coffee, you’ll know that there are many ways to do this important job- you can have coarse, medium, and fine grounds.
If you like to experiment a bit and find new ways to brew coffee, you’ll also need to use different types of grounds.
Whatever the case, grinding is necessary. But what happens when you don’t have a coffee grinder? Do you just have to give up and continue buying those pre-ground beans? Most certainly not! You only have to adapt a bit and find a creative way to solve this problem.
And one of the most creative ways is to learn how to grind coffee beans in a Ninja Blender.
How Can You Grind Coffee Beans in a Ninja Blender
Let’s say that you bought whole beans of coffee, and your coffee grinder is either useless or you just can’t find it. Great, now you will learn how to grind them with your ninja blender.
-Here are some tips and pieces of information for better grind:
1 Any Ninja Blender Will Work
Preferable is to have a single-serve cup because it will give you better and finer grind. Also, it gives you more control and that directly gives you more power on the final result at the end. Meaning, if you like super fine grind you can get it, or if you like coarse grind you can get that as well.
- PULSE TECHNOLOGY: The powerful 700-watt push-to-blend motor base powers through everything inside the cup to give you the best of Ninja blending.
- NUTRIENT EXTRACTION: Unlock hidden nutrition from whole fruits and veggies. Extract a drink containing vitamins and nutrients from fruits and vegetables. By blending whole fruits and vegetables including portions that are usually discarded.
2 Use a Single-Serve Cup
Try not to put too many coffee beans in your ninja grinder. 1 cup (maximum) should be enough. If you put too many beans inside, this may make your grind too inconsistent and granulated.
- Suitable Blenders Models: The model number is located underneath the base of the blender single serve and must start with a BL : BL660 (1100 watt), BL663 (1100 watt), BL740, BL770 BL771 BL772 (1500 watt), BL780 (1200 watt), BL810 BL820 BL830.
- BPA Free Ninja Smoothie Blender Cups: The cup set with replacement lid for ninja blender is made of BPA free materials. The ninja professional 1500 watt replacement parts non-original aftermarket part and these hand blender cup is dishwasher safe, freezer safe and microwave safe.
3 In Case You Use a Standard Pitcher
With standard pitchers, you’d want to add at least 1 full cup of coffee beans, and preferably even more. Instead of pulses, here you will use a steady-state blade on for about 20-30 seconds or longer, depending on which type of coffee you like.
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-PROCESS OF GRINDING-
First, you will get your Ninja Blade on and check if it works correctly. After that, you will get your cup ¾ full and put it on Ninja.
Pulse your coffee beans for about 8-12 times and after that easy work, you will have your beans ground and ready for brewing.
This is a simple, step-by-step guide for grinding coffee in a ninja blender.
Step 1:Choose Your Coffee
In the first step, you simply have to choose the coffee you like and prepare your ninja blender. We’ve written numerous guides about finding the right coffee type, so be sure to check them out if you’re still trying to find your favorite product.
Step 2:Put Coffee Beans Into The Grinder
This is when you put coffee beans into the grinder. As mentioned, you don’t have to put a lot- one cup will do the job.
Step 3:For a Single-Serve Cup, Pulse 12 Times
A nice grinding for a single-serve cup takes about 12 pulses. Needless to say, you can always adjust this, and tailor your way of grinding beans in ninja blenders.
Coffee is ready for brewing!