Favorite Healthy Blender Recipes that aren’t Smoothies + Giveaway

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This post and giveaway are sponsored by Hamilton Beach. However, all content, comments, recipes and enthusiasm are my own.

My engine is revving and I’m whirling with excitement to be sharing some of my favorite blender recipes today (including a special nut butter recipe) – you’ll notice there are no smoothies (it’s just too cold for me)! I’m also hosting a giveaway for a new Hamilton Beach ® Professional 1800 Watt Peak Power Blender (ARV $249), whoohoo! This versatile workhorse for your kitchen easily emulsifies oils into dressings, frapees fruit into frozen drinks, purees potatoes into porridge, chops veggies for your moire poux, and makes meat  . . .uh, well, minced meat It also makes child’s play of pulverizing the heartiest seeds and nuts into butter.

Sriracha Six Seed & Nut Butter delicious on wraps, as a dip, made into a sauce or by the spoon!

Check out my recipe for Smoky Sriracha Six Seed & Nut Butter featured today on Hamilton Beach’s Every Day Good Thinking blog. And then, come back to enter the blender giveaway and drool and pin my other favorite blender recipes.

Smoky Sriracha Six Seed & Nut Butter : Head on over to Hamilton Beach to check out my fabulous nut butter, a rare spicy-ish find among spreads that are all too often paired with jellies, jams, honey and such. This seed & nut butter features almonds, cashews, peanuts, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds and chia seeds kicked up with smoky paprika and sriracha sauce!  It’s the perfect spread in a savory wrap for lunch, as a dip for veggies or I’ve even thinned it out with a bit of soy sauce and lime juice to jazz up my stir-fys and use as a dip for spring rolls.Smoky Sriracha Six Seed & Nut Butter is a hot and hearty spread, dip or sauce!

Homemade Garlic Pizza Sauce – Put down that call to the delivery guy, this sauce only takes two minutes to make! Kick up fire-roasted tomatoes with spices and all the garlic you can take and blend! Great  for pizzas and also as a pasta or zoodle sauce!

DIY Homemade Pizza Sauce is perfect for your pie and to use with nearly everything -- sauce to dunk bread, shrimp, cheese, to toss with pasta or zoodles, or to simmer with eggs!

southwestern creamy butternut squash soup recipeSmoky Chipotle Squash & Chickpea Soup – Warm up from in inside out with a steaming bowl of this pleasingly spicy soup. Chickpeas are blended with squash and almond milk to create a super creamy texture.

 

 

 

 

 

Grilled Corn with Ancho Vinaigrette is a southwestern inspired side dish for your next bbq or summer celebration.Copycat Freebird’s Ancho Salad Dressing – When I go to this popular burrito joint, you can bet your beans that I’m going to order the ancho dressing for my salad – I love it so much, I recreated it at home. This southwestern-inspired vinaigrette, which required soaked dried peppers and blending, is delicious on everything from salads to corn-on-the-cob and other veggies — or use as a marinade for meats and seafood.

Turmeric Curry HummusGo for Gold” Turmeric Hummus – This tasty dip is beautiful in so many ways – the color, the nutrition from chickpeas, the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric, and the fact that you can plop all the ingredients in a blend and hit “on.”

 

 

 

Hamilton Beach Peak Performance Professional Blender GiveawayNow, about that blender! I loved it, and it put my other blenders to shame. In mere seconds, it pulverized a heaping pile of nuts while I stood there with my jaw dropped!  This bad-boy, professional-grade blender has 2.4 horsepower motor and blades that reach speeds in excess of 140 miles per hour to take care of the toughest tasks – yet also coddle delicate ingredients with a variable speed dial. The shatterproof 64-ounce jar is perfect for kitchen klutzes like me and, thankfully, can conveniently be cleaned in the dishwasher.

8_Hamilton_Beach_Pro_Blender_Giveaway_thefitfork_conSeriously, I can’t believe how easy it was to make a nut butter in the blender!

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126 thoughts on “Favorite Healthy Blender Recipes that aren’t Smoothies + Giveaway

  1. A new thing I have been doing is putting pb on things I normally don’t eat but should eat more of (ie. vegetables). Peanut butter goes well with cucumbers!

  2. Making the peanut sauce for summer rolls is one of my favorite ways to eat nut butter :)
    Thank You for the great review and giveaway!

  3. I love to toast some sprouted grain bread, then spread coconut-peanut butter all over it, sprinkle it with cran-raisins, and dust it with cinnamon! Yum! Of course, it tastes even better if I cut it into Mickey Mouse shape with my cookie cutter :)

  4. My favorite snack ever is fresh fruit (raspberries, blueberries, banana, strawberries, apple, etc) dipped into peanut butter. Seriously during the summer I live off of strawberries, blueberries and peanut butter. Lol.

  5. My favorite way to eat nut butter is on the heal of a piece of wheat bread topped with sliced bananas, chopped dates and a drizzle of honey!

  6. My wife makes this spread using a banana, peanut butter and cocoa all blended together and puts it on sandwiches. It is amazing.

  7. So, this is not the healthiest, but I love a good grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Never tried my own nut butter, but I bet it would make the sandwich even better.

  8. There’s another way to eat it other than right out of the jar. I guess it has never made it that far.

  9. I have never tried it and this is the first time I have even heard of it will have to try it

  10. I like to add peanut butter to pancake and waffle batter, and slather it all over the top of waffles and pancakes.

  11. i like to eat nut butter with fruit. i like apples, bananas and sometimes even pears with my nut butters.

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