Absolutely! You can freeze a NutriBlast (with raw ingredients) and thaw it the night before. Nutrients hold up pretty well in the cold freezer (just not in the heat), so freezing is an option. Depending on the ingredients in your NutriBlast, it may keep in the freezer for a few weeks if sealed in an airtight container. When freezing your NutriBlast, do not store it in the NutriBullet cup. Your NutriBlast should be transferred from the cup to an to appropriate freezer-safe container prior to freezing.
Thank you so much. Wish I had asked the question ages ago. Now I will make a bunch of Blasts to freeze!