Tess Masters is known as The Blender Girl due to her blog where she shares her blender creations which included healthy meals, snacks, drinks, and even desserts. She’s put all of her knowledge into a recipe book.
This book is full of great recipes such as pineapple salsa smoothies, incredible edible edamame dip, butternut bliss soup, and an amazing looking raw chocolate-orange torte. Although, when I make recipes out of cookbooks, they never look as great as the pictures in the book. Speaking of the photos, this recipe book has fantastic photos of many of the recipes. Recipe sections include smoothies & shakes; appetizers, snacks, dips & spreads; salads; soups; the main event; desserts; drinks, juices & tonics; and condiments, sauces & creams. You will be able to find something healthy to make for pretty much any occasion.
Another thing I really appreciated about this recipe book was all of the additional information. Masters includes information about how to keep your blender, a breakdown of the best blenders out there, instructions about dehydrating, sprouting, soaking, and milking. The superfoods information is thorough as well. You will definitely need access to a natural foods store such as Whole Foods for some of the ingredients. Thankfully there is one right around the corner from my house so this book will get a lot of use.
****Blogging for Books provided me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. I was not compensated for my review.