Can you grind coffee beans in a bullet?



Yes, you can grind coffee beans with your Magic Bullet. You would do better with a manual coffee grinder with actual grinder settings, but you’re perfectly within your rights to use this affordable grinding option if your current coffee grinder dies.

Is it OK to grind coffee in Nutribullet?

Yes, you can grind whole coffee beans in the NutriBullet. To do that, you’ll need to remove the extractor blade (the one with four prongs) and replace it with the milling blade (the one with two prongs).

Can you Nutribullet coffee beans?

The Nutribullet does a great job at grinding coffee beans, especially if you want a fine grind. If you want a coarse grind, it can be difficult to do get every bean exactly the same, but it was definitely good enough for me to throw into a french press.

Can you grind coffee in a ninja bullet?





Yup, you sure can! Adjust the grind by pulsing it a few seconds to see how you like the grind. If you like it coarser, naturally you’ll blend it for less time, for a finer blend you’ll pulse it a few more times, holding it down maybe twenty seconds at a time. You’ll figure out what time-frame works for you.

Can you use NutriBullet for dry grinding?

The Nutribullet can be used without liquid only when using one of the optional two-pronged blades. Aptly named, both the milling blade and grinding blade can be used dry for spices, herbs, coffee beans, nuts, grains, and seeds.