Ambiano Immersion Blender Coming to Aldi

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I stumbled upon the best recipe for homemade tomato soup years ago. It involved simmering canned diced tomatoes into the slow cooker along with fresh diced carrots and onions, basil, chicken broth, cream, and parmesan cheese, among other things.

While you can serve this particular soup without pureeing it, my family and I like when it’s blended smooth. Pureeing hot soup in a traditional blender can be tricky because the steam can cause the lid to pop off, and you risk getting burned by soup spraying out. So I decided to buy an immersion blender — also sometimes called a hand blender — to get our soup smooth without a lot of hassle.

Immersion blenders feature a handheld blender without a jar or other container for holding the food you’re blending. You put the blender blades directly into whatever container holds your food, whether it’s a pot of soup or a tall smoothie bottle. These types of blenders are good for pureeing lobster bisque, whipping eggs, blending pancake batter, or making various sauces.

Immersion blenders have several advantages over traditional countertop or jar blenders, depending on what you’re making. They’re convenient because you can blend food right in the pot you’re cooking it in without transferring it to a separate blender. They’re also good at blending large amounts of food that might not fit in a countertop blender, and they can be good for blending small amounts of food that might be difficult to mix in a countertop blender.

Aldi occasionally sells immersion blenders or hand blenders, including a previous model that came with a chopping bowl. I own an older Aldi immersion blender that came with a chopping bowl, and while the blender is great, I never use the chopping bowl.

The most recent immersion blender at Aldi features a simple stick blender with a separate whisk attachment but no chopping bowl. Here’s more information.

What We Know:

Ambiano Immersion Blender

The blender in teal.

The Ambiano Immersion Blender (Product Code: 49290) is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, it’s gone unless Aldi decides to bring it back at some point. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products not currently in stock at your local store.

The immersion blender cost $14.99 in September of 2023. This is cheaper than the model Aldi sometimes sells that includes a chopping bowl, because here you’re not paying for the addition of the chopping bowl. This is also on the lower end of prices for immersion blenders on Amazon.

Here’s more information about the Aldi immersion blender:

  • Available in White, Black, or Teal
  • Includes whisk attachment
  • Offers easy attachment release
  • Features stainless steel blades with blade guard for safety
  • 500W motor easily blends, chops, crushes, and purees
  • Easy to clean

Aldi has not yet published information about whether this 2023 model comes with any kind of warranty. However, the 2022 model came with a three-year warranty.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried this particular blender model, so we don’t know how well it works or how it holds up to regular use. We write open threads so readers can discuss Aldi products.

Do you own the Ambiano Immersion Blender? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

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