Shrug Off Those Winter Blues With 5 Recipes From Vitamix®

  1. California Salsa

    Served with tortilla chips, Vitamix’s this classic tomato salsa blend can be made in just 15 minutes and is the perfect dipping snack to accompany your favourite film or television show. With ripe tomatoes, jalapeño peppers and fresh coriander, this dip will beat anything you’ll find at the cinema.

  2. Tuscan Tomato White Bean Soup

    When the winter chills arrive, nothing else will warm you up better than a steaming bowl of flavoursome soup. After a dreary day, snuggle up with our hearty puréed tomato soup, which takes just 25 minutes to blend make and can be served piping hot straight from your Vitamix blender.

  3. Chicken Tikka Masala

    Get your taste buds tingling with Vitamix’s spicy Chicken Tikka Masala— -perfect for any weeknight dinner. Create the famous curry paste in your Vitamix blender before adding it to your chicken pieces, onions and red peppers. Once cooked, curl up on the sofa and tuck into one of the country’s favourite meals.

  4. Peppermint Hot Chocolate

    A winter-warmer classic combination of luxurious milk chocolate chips with peppermint sticks, which can be enjoyed throughout the year, this sweet treat is bound to leave you feeling warm, relaxed and content.

  5. Gluten-Free Brownies

    Go for a chocolate over-load with these sumptuous gluten-free brownies. For the perfect pudding, start your recipe by mixing the ingredients in the Vitamix blender before baking for 30-35 minutes in an oven. Make sure you share them with a loved one.

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