Blender Recipes: 19 Amazing Recipes for Your Blender

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Zac from the Raw Cave YouTube channel is here to present 19 amazing recipes for people who have recently bought a blender and are keen to get the most out of it. These recipes are: Simple. Delicious. Healthy. And, honestly, what more could you want? These are recipes your friends will love and recipes that you'll want to continue making over the coming months. Also feel free to make suggestions for recipes once you're a student and we might just get around to it one of these days. This course should definitely be considered an evolving course. It doesn't stop with what you see today. Click the "Start Learning Now" button to begin the blending journey. Full details What are the requirements? You'll need a blender. We use a Vitamix TNC 5200. What am I going to get from this course? Discover what your blender's capable of. Make amazing food and drink within minutes. Impress your friends (and your taste buds) without much effort. What is the target audience? Anyone looking to make easy food. Anyone looking to make delicious food. Anyone who's just bought a blender.
  • Section 1: Introduction
    • Lecture 1: Welcome
  • Section 2: Smoothies
    • Lecture 2: Mango Fruit Smoothie

      This is a perfect introduction to blending. Only a few ingredients are required but the final product tastes great. (It's also perfect for summer.)

    • Lecture 3: Coconut & Banana Smoothie

      A more advanced smoothie that's packed with greens and still pretty darn easy to make.

    • Lecture 4: Weight Loss Smoothie

      This is our most advanced smoothie but it's packed with nutrition and perfect for someone looking to lose weight.

    • Lecture 5: 5 Paleo Smoothies

      This selection of smoothies from Marks Daily Apple is a great way to introduce yourself to new flavour combinations.

  • Section 3: Snacks
    • Lecture 6: Almond Butter

      Almond butter doesn't have to be expensive. Learn how to make your own in a matter of minutes.

    • Lecture 7: Bliss Balls

      Bliss balls are super easy to make but taste great and make for easy snacks (especially for fussy eaters). Store them in the fridge for later and use them to calm your cravings.

    • Lecture 8: Coconut Milk

      Learn the very simple technique for making delicious coconut milk – a beverage that's packed with healthy fats and much better for you than cow's milk.

    • Lecture 9: Protein Bar

      There's a lot of protein bars on the market and most of them are terrible. This is our attempt to make one that's nutritious and that tastes great.

  • Section 4: Dinner
    • Lecture 10: Pumpkin Soup

      It's pumpkin soup and it's delicious. Is there anything more than I need to say? You'll love this recipe.

    • Lecture 11: Thai Ginger Soup

      For a more exotic flavour, try the Thai ginger soup. It's still a simple recipe though so another easy way to impress your friends.

    • Lecture 12: Tomato Soup

      Tomato soup is, of course, a classic, and this is just about one of the best tomato soup recipes you can try. Yum.

  • Section 5: Desserts
    • Lecture 13: Chocolate Fondue

      Who doesn't love chocolate? And who doesn't love a rich, nutritious chocolate fondue? This recipe will surely come in handy in the future.

    • Lecture 14: Strawberry Ice Cream

      An easy way to make flavour-packed strawberry ice cream. You can also easily adapt this into other ice cream flavours.

    • Lecture 15: Vanilla Ice Cream

      What do you get when you combine vanilla and coconut? Amazingness. That's what you get. Prepare to be blown away.

  • Section 6: Remedies
    • Lecture 16: Flu Cure

      Blenders don't just help keep sickness away. They help you nail the symptoms whenever a sickness manages to sneak through.

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