You should already be salivating. This recipe by the awesome Edgy Veg combines the sweet cake-batter flavors of strawberry shortcake with the healthful benefits of high-protein ingredients to make a smoothie reminiscent of a classic dessert.


  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 handful of strawberries
  • 1 pitted date
  • 1 handful cashews
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • splash of vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon of maca
  • 1 sprinkle cinnamon


Add all ingredients to your Magic Bullet and blend until smooth.


The 5 Second Rule

The five second rule is one of the most scientific food safety tests anyone without a science degree can perform, but just when should you use it and when you should you throw in the towel by throwing your food away?

We’ve got this handy little infographic from our friends at NuLife Floorcare that will ask you a series of questions letting you know whether or not eat it or bin it! (Our gut says, no matter what, just clean it up and call it a day!)



How to Make Tea

Are you a Builder, Posh, or Hippy? Well, it all depends on how you make your tea.

How to Tea


Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed Mushrooms. Do you need to hear more? If your mouth isn’t already watering, then turn around. Hit the back button and get out of here. These puppies are so delicious – and better yet, so easy to make – that we’re saving them for Magic Bullet aficionados only.

Well, we aren’t, but recipe creator Stacey is. This five ingredient recipe will knock your socks off, so give them a try.

stuffed mushrooms


  • 10-12 large mushrooms
  • 1/4 cup Ricotta cheese
  • 1/2 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 oz. Parmesan cheese 1 clove garlic
  • 1 boiler onion or 1/4 of a regular sized onion (about 1/4 cup) splash of chicken (or vegetable) broth


  1. Preheat oven @ 350 degrees.
  2. Pop off stems of mushroom; this will create a pocket for stuffing on mushroom.
  3. Put all ingredients except for mushroom in short cup and twist on cross blade.
  4. Pulse until there is a slight texture in consistency.
  5. Use a spoon to load in the stuffing from short cup into mushroom.
  6. Put in oven on a lightly greased baking sheet for 15-20 mins.

Mmm… Sushi. So delectable, we just love it here at Magic Bullet and we want you to enjoy it, too! If you’ve never had sushi or sashimi, we know it can be a little bit scary to face. It’s not often you eat fish raw, but don’t let that dissuade you! We found this infographic perfect for beginners – so have a read and head to your nearest sushi joint. And don’t forget to read up on your Sushi Etiquette, too.



Knife Skills

Time to hone your knife skills! Not that you need to if you’ve got your trusty Magic Bullet – but for those times when all you’ve got is a chef’s knife, we’re here to make sure you know how to use it!


What happens when you put a bottle of wine and a joke together? Well, whatever happens, it’s pretty cute.


Kris Humphries is no stranger to courtroom woes and now his ex-assistant is suing him, claiming that he not only failed to pay her the salary she was promised, but that his mother stole some of her things, including her prized Magic Bullet Blender.

We don’t know if her claims will hold up in court, but one thing is for sure: living without your Magic Bullet is cruel and unusual punishment and, no matter who you are, your right to own this personal, versatile countertop Magician should never be infringed upon.

Good luck to Humphries and his personal assistant – err, ex-personal assistant – Tracy Paradise.

The perfect s’more. It’s hard to come by. The ingredients have to be just right, the campfire has to be just right, even the people and ambiance have to be just right. And with summer just around the corner, we thought we’d give you a little help. So here’s the perfect group camping treat – broken down to a science.

(Click to enlarge!)


Homemade Sriracha

If you haven’t heard of Sriracha, you’re missing out. A Thai hot sauce by origin, Sriracha can be found in almost any popular restaurant you go to. In soups, tacos, marinades, almost anything, this sauce is absolutely ridiculous. But if you haven’t had the amazing fortune of having tried it, well, that’s ok, Healthy Green Kitchen has got you covered.

Blogger Winnie Abramson’s version is spectacular, adapted from another recipe found in Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites. It’s different in color and texture than the original, but we’ll forgive her for not having mastered the hot red Sriracha color – she more than made up for it in taste! And the best part? Her recipe is highly adaptable, making it perfect for those who like their spiciness off the charts and for those who like a milder kick. Find the recipe here and make it today.

Let us know, what do you put Sriracha on?