I am speaking gorgeous vintage design with a tall base along with a generous 1.6L glass jug that makes blending soups for us dinner now a one batch affair.
The powerful 800w motor has taken everything I’ve thrown at it. From the simpler soups and my Sierra Leone onion peanut blends to the more hardcore crushed ice and frozen fruit. I had been so excited with this later ability that I produced frozen banana snow cream three times in a row. Because I finally could.
I like that is comes with 4 preset rates of speed — beverages, soups, dips and of course ice crushing so I always get exactly the correct setting for my blending requirements. Plus I have the option to keep it running the whole time or pulse it when I just need that little bit different kind of blending.
A very important factor Kenwood explain is that the glass jug isn’t heat resistant which means no blending of steaming popular soups. I am in fact nervous of mixing anything that scorching so this is not a problem for me personally. Besides it all in the anticipation of cooling soups, fabulous smells and rumbling tummies.
I also like that the control buttons and setting are large more than enough and very easily visible so I don’t have to be fiddling about looking for them. After our considerable assessment my eldest today knows which placing is certainly which and that the establishing that gets mama jigging across the kitchen may be the snowflake one.
I think you get it — I have a stylish and quality blender with the performance to match. Blender envy — observe you later.
I think it is a time I actually introduce you to the three times within the row almond banana ice cream.
I am talking only 5 elements :
a pinch of salt.
Plus no food preparation involved. That is all that is needed to create this healthy, creamy vegan joy ‘snow cream’. That tastes just like, wait for it — snow cream.Â PS did I mention that is sweet more than enough not to need the maple syrup. I love that small hint of ‘mapley’ goodnessÂ though. Any speculating as to just how many situations we are eating this ice cream on the summer months?
Thanks to Kenwood for sending me personally this gorgeous blender.
4.7 from 3 reviews
Author: Quality recipes From A Pantry
Formula type: Dessert
1 heaped tbsp almond butter
1 tbsp maple syrup (optional)
A pinch of salt
Peel bananas and lower them into small pieces.
Lay them in a single layer on a lined tray and freeze them for approximately 3 hours until frozen through.
Increase bananas and all other ingredients into the blender and blend away.
You will probably have to stop the blender once or twice to scrap straight down the sides or give the mix a quick stir before mixing again.
Serve immediately in chilled bowls — soft serve or freeze and chimney cake mold eat afterwards.
You made that simply for me did you not Bintu ðŸ‚
I’m arriving over tomorrow for glaciers cream breakfast <3 Superb formula and amazingly basic!
I love your new toy! Sadly my blender broke while crashing snow so I can only drool over yours. xx
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