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    Magic bullet marvels

    I ummed and ahhed about buying one of these for ages but I really love it now, its just so useful! Here is mine and others' pick of recipes for it, enjoy!

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    This is one of my favorite recipes out of the cookbook that came with my Magic Bullet blender. Of course you can make this in a regular blender as well.

    Recipe #146538

    I train at martial arts for an hour a day, often I am hungry afterwards but don't want a proper meal. I came up with this to fill the gap so to speak. The combination of fruits can be varied, I usually use what fruits are in season. You must use banana as a base as it provides potassium which is lost by the body during physical activity. The linseeds provide essential fatty acids and provide a bulking agent to make you feel full. I use a magic bullet to make this but a regular processor will also work

    Recipe #216040

    So simple! I'm eating cottage cheese as a sub for regular cheese. This recipe makes it taste like low fat cream cheese but being cottage cheese is lower in fat.

    Recipe #207919

    Quick and easy, putting it here before i lose it! From the magic bullet cookbook.

    Recipe #196530

    Real quick and easy we use this to feed and stray children that wander into our house during playtimes. You can sneak steamed broccoli into this without anyone realising too :). From the magic bullet cookbook

    Recipe #196458

    A quick and simple pesto. From the magic bullet cookbook. Use as a base and try differnt combinations such as toasting the pine nuts or subbing spinach or watercress for the basil

    Recipe #196454

    uper quick and easy, its tempting to have this more often than you should! From the magic bullet cookbook.

    Recipe #196452

    Makes a good basic egg salad. Spice it up with some mustard or sweet pickle relish

    Recipe #196449

    From the magic bullet cookbook and put here for safe keeping. Mega quick and easy makes a tasty soup.

    Recipe #196444

    Soup which takes less time to make than using canned? This I had to try when I found it in the magic bullet recipe book. Verdicts in - its a winner!

    Recipe #196443

    A schmear is whipped cream cheese. The magic bullet recipe book suggests adding any of the following into the basic mix. Chive, sun dried tomatoes, olive oil, Dill, red onion, scallions, basil or lox. I like this with some cranberry sauce mixed in - about 2 tbsp worth

    Recipe #196440

    Easy! Super quick and easy. From the Magic Bullet cookbook. The french stick can be subbed for ciabatta (yum) and I like to add some parsley too.

    Recipe #196437

    From the Magic Bullet cookbook. Putting this here for safekeeping :) This is the original recipe, but sometimes I leave out the stock and use yoghurt instead.

    Recipe #196434

    Not all bean dip comes out of that creepy little can. You can make hearty, delicious, all-natural bean dip in seconds. This dip is great both warm and cold. If you go for the warm version, try adding 1/4 cup of cheddar cheese to the ingredients before you blend it. (If you don't have room, partially mix the ingredients, then add the cheese.) Take the blade off, place the Shaker/Steamer Top on the cup and microwave for about 2-3 minutes (until warm throughout). Give the dip another quick Pulse or two, then serve immediately. The warm version goes perfectly with nachos or sliced crusty Italian bread. Courtesy of the Magic Bullet recipe booklet. TIPS: Use your favorite type of bean. Black beans can be substituted with pinto beans, white beans, whatever you're into. ** Black Bean Sauce ** Add a cup of broth to make a perfect sauce for pouring over chicken or fish. ** Black Bean Soup ** Add 2 cups of broth to make a zesty, flavorful soup -- a great way to use any leftover dip. Throw in a few shrimp for a real treat.

    Recipe #171380

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