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Find The Greatest Gifts For Mom This Mother's Day At Best Buy

As a mother of three I don't always get to do things for myself, so when Mother's Day starts getting closer I start looking at what mom wants for a change ;). I love spending time in the kitchen so I usually flock straight to the cooking section. For Christmas I got the Nutribullet from Best Buy and LOVE it! I have actually replaced my blender and food processor with it. I sat here looking at what I wanted and found myself having a hard time deciding.lol
My family goes through a lot of yogurt, which I can't complain about it is super healthy for you, so I thought...why not get the Dash 2 quart Greek Yogurt Maker? With a 4.5 star rating and being dishwasher safe I could not only know I am feeding my family a healthy, homemade food, but it would require very little effort and who doesn't love that.
As I began looking I became more and more torn though....lol.....I saw something that I won't lie I have been wanting for YEARS and for some reason I have never received one :(. The Cuisinart - Smart Stick 2-Speed Hand Blender - Brushed Chrome has so many uses from getting that perfectly smooth soup, to making that perfect smoothie, or really anything else you want nice a creamy.
What I really like best of all is both of these products are under $40 at Best Buy and with free shipping on orders over $25, just maybe I have been a good enough mommy that I'll get both of the items on my list this year. So whether the mom in your life is a foodie like me, always on-the-go, or a fitness finatic, Best Buy is sure to have the perfect gift for her.
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