The Ultimate Blender Cookbook (Hardcover)

Fast, Healthy Recipes for Every Meal

By Rebecca Ffrench

Countryman Press, 9781581572957, 232pp.

Publication Date: January 5, 2015

List Price: 24.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.


You'll be amazed at what your blender can do for you!

Blenders are the "it" accessory, mostly because smoothies are healthy and quick. Sure, but did you know you can also whiz up a mean burger—salmon, veggie, turkey, even beef—in a blender? Your blender is that good! Brownies, pancakes, slaws . . . there are so many things you can make easily and quickly. Not only that, but blending offers the perfect opportunity to sneak in some extra nutrition: Black beans in your chocolate cake? Carrots in your tomato sauce? Or a quick pulse of cauliflower that can stand in for cream in sauces and soups? A handy chart suggests ways to boost nutrition in recipes that you and your family will embrace. If a high-performance blender is already on your counter, this book is its obvious companion. Save money, eat healthier, and get dinner on the table in a jiffy with The Ultimate Blender Cookbook.

About the Author

Rebecca Miller Ffrench is a recipe developer, food writer and lifestyle expert. Her work has appeared in national publications such as Better Homes & GardensShapeReal Simple Family and Martha Stewart Weddings. She is a regular contributor to and has appeared on Good Morning America, The Better Show, and elsewhere. Passionate about natural foods, Ffrench cooks up healthful meals for her family everyday, whether they are in New York City or their home in the Catskills, where they try to spend as much time as possible.

Praise For The Ultimate Blender Cookbook: Fast, Healthy Recipes for Every Meal

The Ultimate Blender Cookbook opened my eyes to whole new world of healthy recipes I can make using my favorite kitchen tool. 

— Catherine McCord, author of Weelicious: 140 Fast, Fresh and Easy Recipes

Rebecca Miller Ffrench is reintroducing us to an old kitchen friend--the trusty blender--and invites us to think of it not just as an occasional appliance, but as a quintessential tool. 
— Eve O. Schaub, author of Year with No Sugar

Who knew that the secret to happy, wholesome meals could be yours at the press of a button?
— Jenny Rosenstrach, best-selling author of Dinner: The Playbook

Rebecca is like a kitchen ninja wielding a secret tool that transforms recipes for everything from homemade nut butters to mouthwatering soups, amazing burgers to irresistibly fudgy brownies into practically one step--except the tool is one we already own. Genius. 
— Stacie Billis, founder of