Blendtec Bliss

Apr 23

Blendtec Bliss

Last Monday was my birthday. As usual, my family was ridiculously generous with the most exciting gift being a “Blendtec Blender” – Woohoo! We’re drinking a LOT of meals around here, LOL. What a blast as we discover the world of raw food, juicing, and delicious soups! I feel like I can cook!

Not everything we try is healthy – we had a great “S’mores” shake on Monday that was desperately unhealthy and desperately delicious, but for the most part we’re just liquidizing fruits and vegetables. Yummers!
Let’s see, we’ve made shrimp bisque, bacon and potato soup, multiple smoothies, corn chowder…I think that about wraps it up.

I’m looking for some great raw food recipes that I can make in this though, so if you’ve got some ideas, please share!


PS – yep, I got the pretty red one! 🙂 Food’s gotta taste best in a red blender, don’t you think?

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