How To Grind Flaxseed With Magic Bullet

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You may have seen recipes that call for ground flax seeds. 

These are the little golden-brown flakes you find in your local grocery store, often on a shelf with other dry goods like cereal and crackers. 

You may have also noticed they’re more expensive than most things at the store, so you probably thought “Why bother? I can just grind them myself!” 

But wait! Is it really worth the effort to buy a small container of these seeds and then take up time to grind them (which by the way, is not as easy as it sounds)?

The answer is no! You can actually use your magic bullet and grind them for free! 

So if you want to make healthy muffins or bread, but you’re not willing to pay the extra money for ground flax seeds, then this is an article you can’t afford to miss!

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Can You Grind Flax Seeds In A Magic Bullet?

Yes, you can, but the process is not quite as easy as it sounds. You may have to play with the speed and times to find what works best for you.

A regular magic bullet will work fine though! That’s because flax seeds are small enough that even if you grind them too long or too much, they won’t make your magic bullet explode. 

However, I would recommend using one of the snack cups since it’s easier to clean up without all those nooks and crannies getting in the way of your mess-free grinding session.

What Other Benefits Are There To Grinding Flax Seeds?

If you’re buying ground flaxseed meals at the store, then you might be wondering why it’s not just as simple to buy the seeds and save money. 

A big reason is that ground flaxseed meal is richer in nutrients, but more importantly, you can use your magic bullet to make a paste of your ground flax seeds first. 

Then you can add some water and make a few delicious egg-free omelets or scrambled eggs! It’s also a great way to get those healthy omega-3 fatty acids into picky eaters because they won’t even know there are superfoods hidden within their favorite dishes!

But maybe you don’t want to wait for an omelet. 

In that case, try mixing some flax with some juice or yogurt for a tasty smoothie. Even if you do choose to have a flaxseed meal available at the store, it’s always good to know how to grind flax seeds with a magic bullet!

How To Grind Flaxseed With a Magic Bullet?

Step One

So first thing, buy a bag of organic flaxseed. They come in multiple different colors because they add natural dye to them after harvesting, so if you want the most nutritious seeds, go for the ones that are brown or golden. 

You can either use regular flaxseed or try the golden variety because they get a sweeter taste and don’t have sharp edges like their brown counterparts do. 

If you buy ground flax meal from the store though, make sure to read what kind of color it is because if it says “golden flax” but is actually brown, then it’s not really worth the extra money.

Step Two

Then take your bag and tape half of one side of it closed (or sew it shut with yarn; I prefer to use magic). 

This will allow air in and out of your content while keeping other items out of your flaxseed.

Step Three

Now you’re going to have to weigh your flaxseed, but first, empty your magic bullet snack cup and flip it upside down so that the blades are in a safe position. Then turn on the magic bullet and add a small amount of flaxseed (about 1-2 tablespoons is good).

Don’t worry if you don’t have a scale – this is just an approximate measurement anyway! But make sure you use the flat part of the blade because the round nubs will not grind up your meal finely enough.

Step Four

Keep grinding until all your seeds are ground into a fine powder. 

If they won’t cooperate because they keep spilling out, then try taking off the blades and shaking them up in the cup, or use your magic bullet’s flat side to push the seeds towards the blades. 

Now you can go ahead and shake out any excess powder that was stuck into the lid.

Step Five

When finished, remove the blades again (carefully) and measure out how much ground flaxseed you have so far. 

This is important because it will tell you when you should stop grinding in order to avoid over-grinding with your magic bullet. 

Then repeat steps three and four until all of your flaxseed has been finely ground! 

Keep in mind though this process takes time, especially if you’re working with golden flax seeds since they are more difficult to grind than brown ones.

Step Six

Now you have your very own, homemade ground flaxseed meal! 

Now all you need to do is clean up your magic bullet (or throw it into the dishwasher) and then go ahead and try out some of these recipes. 

You can also freeze this powder to ensure that none goes to waste but make sure it’s in an air-tight container like a plastic baggie. 

When ready, simply remove from the freezer and let thaw for one day. Then enjoy!

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Grind Flaxseed In Magic Bullet – Conclusion

So if you were wondering how to grind flax seeds with a magic bullet, now you know exactly what to do, including the benefits of doing so. 

Hopefully, now you won’t feel too guilty spending money on store-bought flax meals!

About Kelly A Hartigan

Kelly A Hartigan has been an avid consumer of blenders for years. She is passionate about helping others find the best blender for their needs and has tried different brands on her quest to find the perfect match.

She loves to blend fruit and vegetables into juices, which she drinks throughout the day for good health.

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