Blender Batter: Pancakes, Muffins & More
Blender Batter 101⭑ How does it work? Forget breaking out a big mixing bowl (where’d you store that thing anyway?) and a wire whisk (it’s always such a pain to get all the batter off)... Just throw ALL your ingredients into a blender, and blend until uniform! You don't have to worry about a lumpy batter because, well, mixing things thoroughly is what blenders do best! Adding nuts, chocolate chips, or something else you don’t want pulverized? Just remove the blender from its base after whipping up the batter, and stir in your goodies.
1. It spares us the tireless wrist ache of stirring and stirring.
2. It saves us from having to wash a mixing bowl, a whisk, and a spoon.
3. The easy-pour spout of the blender means less mess.
4. It allows us to seamlessly infuse our batter with wholesome ingredients like fresh fruit and old-fashioned oats!
Healthy Blender-Batter Recipes
Bonus: Just-Add-Water Mixes Packed with Protein!
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Happy National Watermelon Day, everybody! It's August 3rd, which means there's no better time to enjoy this Way-Good Watermelon Pizza. (Don’t worry... There's no cheese or tomato sauce involved.)
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