Asian Garlic Noodle Stir-Fry

This homemade Asian stir-fry dish is better than take-out and almost as easy to throw together on a busy weeknight. Fresh chopped vegetables are sautéed and tossed with a homemade soy sauce-based sauce and yakisoba noodles. The yakisoba noodles can be found in the refrigerator section of your local grocery store near the tofu. They only need to sit in hot water for a few minutes and they are ready to eat! This dish is perfect for preparing ahead of time […]

Classic Green Smoothie

Smoothies are always satisfying and (usually) extremely healthy. What makes the unhealthy ones so unhealthy? They’re often fruit-based and loaded with unnatural sugars and preservatives. Where do vegetables fall into the equation? Should we be scared to mix them in with their sweeter cousins? I say no! This green smoothie features a blend of kale, spinach, cucumbers and celery, combined with some of our favorite fruits to create a healthy, vegetable and nutrient-rich glass of satisfying goodness. Need we say more? […]

Buddha Bowl with Tahini Dressing

Buddha bowls are my new favorite way to get in all of my vegetables for the day. If you haven’t heard of them yet, I’m sure you’ve seen them around the web, since they’re kind of a thing right now. But what’s with the name? They actually called “Buddha” bowls because they look like, well, a Buddha belly with all of those vegetables piled on top! In terms of what vegetables you can add to them, you can go crazy and add […]

Red Lentil Hummus

If you like hummus, you’re going to love this red lentil hummus recipe! While traditional hummus is made with chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, it can also be made with other beans. Technically, “hummus” means chickpeas, but red lentils are a perfect alternative to this classic dip. I don’t notice a big difference in flavor when I make hummus with chickpeas or red lentils, so it is nice to be able to use whatever I have on hand at […]

Taiwanese “Three Cup” Chicken

I love take-out Chinese food – who doesn’t, really? – but it’s hard to justify a greasy meal like that more than one or two times a month. That’s why lately, I’ve been experimenting with making take-out style food at home, with less grease, fresher ingredients and more vegetables than what would otherwise be delivered to your door. This Taiwanese chicken dish – named “three cup” for its use of sesame oil, rice wine, and soy sauce — turned out […]

Cashew Dip

Have you ever made cashew dip? It’s healthy and tastes delicious when used as a dip for vegetable snacks. Cashews are soaked in water and blended with garlic, lemon juice and mustard for a vibrant and savory flavor and then turned into a creamy dip. You can control the consistency by adding more or less water. For more of a spread, which goes great with crackers, add a little less water. For your next party, give this healthy dip a try […]

Veggie Ranch Dip

A solid veggie dip is a must-have for any party. (Author’s note: it’s also almost exclusively how I ate raw vegetables before I was 15.) The base of this dip is ranch dressing, the granddaddy of raw vegetable dips. And what better way to enhance the dip than with more vegetables? One of the best parts about having a Magic Bullet is being able to add ingredients to dishes you otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to. Here, I’ve added bell pepper, carrots […]

Garden Vegetable Cream Cheese

Bagels are my weakness. I can’t resist a bagel smothered in cream cheese, especially flavored cream cheese. My favorite is the garden vegetable flavor you can find at many bagel shops or at the grocery store. Flavored cream cheeses can be expensive, so I prefer to make my own. For this garden vegetable cream cheese, all you need is a few common vegetables you probably already have in your refrigerator and some cream cheese. The Magic Bullet makes it quick […]

Do You Have Your NutriBullet?

We’re still excited about our latest product, the NutriBullet, and it seems we’re not the only ones! Everyone’s jumping on the health bandwagon and if you’re not on it yet, come and join us! Check out the NutriBullet here. The NutriBullet, which makes incredible 50% veggie, 50% fruit NutriBlasts, has a larger capacity, over twice the power and a completely different blade design than the Magic Bullet. The NutriBullet is specifically designed to pulverize and emulsify foods including fruit skins, […]