Beverages

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Greet the Day with Greens

After a month of indulgences, we’re ready to reset. Fresh greens, lighter meals, and a bit of restraint is in order. Instead of blending eggnog and whipped cream, January calls for blending fruits and vegetables. Starting the day with a vibrant, nutrition-packed whole juice gets your day off to a good start. Our recipe features all things green – spinach, cucumber, green grapes, a green apple, and nutrition newcomer, spirulina. Yes, the humble algae hanging around on the surface of your local pond has risen to the top. As a superfood superstar, it offers an ideal mix of protein, antioxidants,… Read more

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Add Some Sparkle to Your Party

Entertaining experts agree – while you can wait a bit to serve the food, you should have drinks ready when guests arrive to get them mingling. Our favorite way to serve beverages at a party is to offer a signature cocktail (instead of a fully stocked bar), plus wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages. It’s fun, gets people talking, and simplifies your holiday fête planning. You’ll have guests quickly served and be able to spend more time enjoying the party. Since it is the holiday season, a sophisticated drink with a little sparkle and gorgeous color is in order. We recommend saving… Read more

Coconut Spirulina Smoothie-4

Blue Lagoon Smoothie from Sarah Fennel

A blue algae smoothie filled with detoxifying spirulina, chia seeds, and blueberries. Hello, summer bod. Hands down, my blog is known for indulgent desserts. Things like salted caramel brownies and cookies and cream macarons. And I’ll be the first to admit that I love those desserts down to the last bite. But because my days are filled with cakes, cookies, and chocolate, in my “real” life I balance these things out with a pretty healthy lifestyle. I work out almost every day, doing a mixture of yoga, HIIT training, and cardio. I eat mostly vegetarian (though every once in a… Read more

Mermaid Smoothie

Mermaid Smoothie from Pineapple and Coconut

Summertime is our favorite time of year. Longer days spent in the sun at the beach and the pool. Collecting seashells and suntans, sun-kissed hair, wearing flip-flops and beach hats daily. Sleeping in and lots of iced drinks, slushies and smoothies to keep us full. This has been a mermaid summer for us so far with the amount of time we have already spent at the beach so I created this healthy and delicious Mermaid Smoothie to go along with it. I am a big fan of adding extra nutrients to fruit smoothies to boost the nutritional value. Often times… Read more

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Heat Up Margarita Night with Jalapeño

  Liven up your Cinco de Mayo celebrations with a true craft cocktail, jalapeño-infused margarita on the rocks. And be sure to keep the recipe handy – Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and Mom might appreciate something with more of a kick than candy and flowers. If Dad consents to you using his good tequila, she’s going to appreciate it even more. Forget the sugary, green store bought margarita mix. We infuse simple syrup to create this spicy and refreshing drink. Making simple syrup takes a few minutes, and will infinitely expand your craft cocktail repertoire. We showed… Read more

Gin Cocktail In Glass

Craft a Blended Gin Toddy

Gin derives its predominant flavor from juniper berries, with hints of citrus and coriander. First consumed in the Middle Ages, gin has evolved from a medicinal tonic to a popular spirit used in the ubiquitous gin and tonic as well as a number of other cocktails. Our lemon thyme gin toddy pairs well with seafood, spicy Asian dishes, and any savory appetizer complementing the herbal and lemon notes. Crafting this cocktail involves a two-step process. First, the SOUP cycle on the Wolf Gourmet blender turns fresh sprigs of thyme, sugar and water into a sweet, herbaceous syrup, adding a fresh,… Read more

Pineapple Kale Juice

Pineapple Kale Whole Juice

Eating healthier is often top-of-mind in January. Blending whole juices is an easy and enjoyable way to get more fruits and vegetables into your life. You can use the Wolf Gourmet blender to make whole juice. It takes less than a minute and the result is wonderfully smooth with no chewy bits of kale in sight. Making a whole juice uses the entire fruit, so there’s more fiber and no waste. This recipe makes four generous servings, enough to get everyone off to a good morning.   Craft what you crave with the Wolf Gourmet high-performance blender.It offers complete control… Read more

Kale Smoothie

5 Smoothie Building Blocks

Smoothie ingredients can be divided into five broad categories. The first two categories—liquid and primary ingredients—are essential components. The other three categories—protein, sweetener, and intensifier—help enhance the flavor and nutritional value of your drinks. 1. THE LIQUID You need a liquid to keep things moving so the blender doesn’t cavitate. Liquids include all types of milk (such as dairy, soy milk, or almond milk), coconut water, yogurt, kefir, coffee, tea, herbal tea (like hibiscus or chamomile teas), and fruit and vegetable juices. Some fruits, like grapes and citrus, contain enough liquid to be counted as a liquid ingredient in the… Read more

Wolf Gourmet Sesame Rose Milk

Sesame Rose Milk from Betty Liu

  A wedding photographer based in Boston, Betty combined her love of food photography and experimenting in the kitchen to share visually-focused recipe stories over at le jus d’orange. She loves to re-create and share her mother’s traditional Chinese recipes, bringing a bit of authentic Shanghai cuisine to readers’ virtual feasts. Her recipes are often flavored with Asian touches, as Betty loves to incorporate the ingredients she grew up with into desserts and other dishes to create new flavor profiles. Black sesame is often the frontrunner when it comes to desserts or treats, due to its beautiful silvery-grey color when mixed. The… Read more

eggnog

Blended Eggnog Cocktail

Eggnog has been a popular cocktail since English settlers came to America. The bevy of eggs, dairy cows, and liquor made it an easy libation for the colonists to prepare. The drink has endured through the last few centuries, and continues to be on many holiday cocktail menus. Making your own eggnog is quite simple and the rich, foamy texture is a vast improvement over anything you can buy at the store. The Wolf Gourmet blender whips cream in less than 30 seconds and the rest of the ingredients come together in a few additional seconds. Using freshly grated nutmeg… Read more

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