Ninja Foodi Cold & Hot Blender Cookbook for Beginners: 100 Recipes for Smoothies, Soups, Sauces, Infused Cocktails, and More (Paperback)

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The official recipes for the blender that crushes and cooks-things are heating up

Ninja's latest innovation opens up a brand new world of culinary potential-because the blender that crushes now brings the heat. Explore that yummy world with the Ninja Foodi Cold and Hot Blender Cookbook for Beginners. It's the perfect companion for the Ninja heated blender.

Written by an expert on Ninja appliances, this cookbook explains all the individual features of the Ninja heated blender and shows exactly how to use them, with a ton of delicious recipes for just about any situation.

In Ninja Foodi Cold and Hot Blender Cookbook for Beginners you'll find:

  • It's official-As the only authorized Ninja heated blender guide, it's perfectly designed for beginners to get the most out of their new appliance.
  • Minutes, not hours-Rapidly infuse water, sauces, and even liquors in a fraction of the normal time.
  • Mix it up-Enjoy the full range of the Ninja heated blender's potential with 100 new hot and cold recipes.

Whether it's smoothies in the morning, a hearty soup for dinner, or infused cocktails in the evening, you'll be ready to whip up nearly anything with the Ninja heated blender.

About the Author


Kenzie Swanhart is a home cook turned food blogger and cookbook author. As the head of culinary marketing and innovation for Ninja, a leading kitchen appliance company, Kenzie and her team provide a food-first point of view for the development of new products and recipes to make consumers' lives easier and healthier. She lives in Boston with her husband Julien and their dog Charlie.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781646110193
ISBN-10: 1646110196
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: November 19th, 2019
Pages: 214
Language: English

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