Here at BlendJet, we recognize that chocolate isn’t just a sweet treat, it’s a whole mood. This Mocha Chia smoothie tastes great mixed with water, but it’s even creamier when blended with milk. And it’s made with good-for-you stuff like almonds, dates and chia powder, which means you can indulge your chocolate cravings any time of day and no one can judge you. Sip on that, haters.
Just add milk or water (or anything else you’re into) for a smoothie that’ll make your tastebuds take flight. The fruit in JetPacks are picked at peak ripeness and immediately freeze-dried, locking in all the flavor, color and nutrients like fiber, vitamin D, calcium, iron & potassium. TLDR: they’re smoothies that taste good and are good for you. What can we say except you’re welcome.
A blender as awesome as the BlendJet deserves a smoothie that’s just as awesome. So we created JetPacks to prevent an awesomeness parity. Each single-serving JetPack is loaded with the freshest fruits and veggies picked at peak ripeness and freeze dried to lock in all their goodness. Pretty awesome, huh?
We know what you’re thinking: sure they’re absurdly convenient, but how do they taste? So glad you asked! JetPacks were created in collaboration with the culinary masterminds behind some of your all-time favorite beverages. One sip of these delicious on-the-go smoothies and we think you’ll agree: they earned every cent of their obscene paychecks.
Any smoothie can be tasty, but a smoothie that’s delicious and nutritious: that’s the stuff that dreams are made of. JetPacks are loaded with vitamins and antioxidants that nourish your body from the inside out. Not to mention they’re gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, full of fiber, and have no artificial sweeteners, flavors or preservatives. That should silence even the pickiest of eaters.
JetPacks are your first and last step to kicking that expensive smoothie bar habit of yours. Now you can enjoy a smoothie that’s as creamy and tasty as those overpriced store-bought ones without breaking the bank, or even standing in line. If you’re looking for something to do with your old smoothie bar punch card, we hear it makes for a decent bookmark.
The fruit inside JetPacks are picked at peak ripeness and freeze-dried to lock in all their flavor and nutrients. Think of it as a pause button for produce. To unpause, just press the blend button on your BlendJet. And before you ask, no we can’t freeze-dry your face… yet.
Freezers and refrigerators? Fuggedaboutit. JetPacks can be stored anywhere which means you can blend anywhere. Store them in your pantry or stash one in your purse, backpack, gym bag, desk drawer, glove box, bowling bag, cargo pants, that hollowed out book on your bookshelf... you get the idea.
If you’re like us, you’re completely obsessed with smoothies. You dream about them. You write sonnets about them. You plan on naming your first born child after them. JetPacks give you instant smoothie gratification. They’re perfect for just about anywhere. And when we say anywhere, we mean it. (That space blend is absolutely real. Spared no expense.)
Blending up a creamy and delicious smoothie is now easier than tying your shoelaces. Simply fill your BlendJet with liquid (ice-cold water or your milk of choice) and blend. If you wanna get fancy, channel your inner-Elsa and throw in some ice. Or don’t. It’s a free country.
Add your favorite protein powder, fresh fruit, yogurt or toppings to customize your smoothie. Like Xzibit, we’re all about customization, so go ahead and pimp that smoothie, player.
With a subscription, you don’t just save money, you also save yourself from the unspeakable horror of running out of JetPacks. Seriously, we would talk about it more but it’s truly unspeakable.
This nutrition label is honor roll material, so allow us to brag like a proud parent: these JetPacks taste like super fresh fruit because that’s what they’re made of. They’re loaded with vitamins and minerals, have a natural sweetness derived from real fruit, and contain no artificial anything. We could go on about how perfect these little guys are, but we’ll save it for an embarrassing Facebook post instead.