7 Vitamix Recipes to Make First

7 Vitamix Recipes to Make First

Yes! You’ve got a Vitamix. Okay, really quick. Can I make some suggestions of what you should make first? Make these things first. A green smoothie. Frozen mango, greens, so easy. So good. Next, make green juice. It’s a little different than a green smoothie. Yes you can make juice in a Vitamix. This is what we make, our spicy green juice. Every morning, every other morning. Yum, the best. OK now that you’ve mastered green smoothie and green juice you need to make hot soup. So make a tomato soup. It’s a handful of ingredients. Turn it on for six minutes. Start to finish. Burning hot soup in your Vitamix. Tomoato soup. Dip whatever kind of sandwich you want in it. Okay, next thing. Give a nut butter a try. Make it really easy on yourself. Go into the nuts section at the grocery store and get a pack of roasted peanuts. Dump them into your Vitamix. Use the tamper. Push them down into the blade. It’ll take a minute to two minutes. You’re gonna have fresh peanut butter like you’ve never tasted before. Then, you’re going to make ice cream. You’re not going to make just any kind of ice cream you’re going to make a Wendy’s-style Frosty. Easiest thing ever. And the best thing ever. Frosty. Then, make our queso. You know about our queso. And then finally you’re going to make something not just for yourself but for the people you live with, people down the street, down the hall. Pancake! Make breakfast! Few ingredients in the blender, throw it on the stove. Now you’re a hero. When you’re just getting started, dfinitely follow recipes. It’s gonna make things easier. And definitely if you haven’t already, subscribe to our channel. If you appreciate this video, if it was helpful… Thank you so much for watching. We’ll see you in the next one. Goodbye

13 thoughts on “7 Vitamix Recipes to Make First

  1. i know five of these vitamix recipes by heart! ( links to all in the description and here https://lifeisnoyoke.com/vitamix-recipes/ )

  2. You actually kept me from buying some other blender and save up for the real deal instead…. still saving but will have it on my kitchen top soon! Thank you!

  3. I bought my A3300, 3 weeks ago, but haven’t used it yet… since the 64oz container is just too big for me. Thanks to one of your last videos, I knew about the sale on containers… and just ordered the 48oz wet and dry containers. Can’t wait til they get here… so I can finally use my VM!!!! (Too bad, the sale isn’t also on the personal cup starter kit and the 8oz set.)

  4. When he recommends following recipes at first, hes right. I just got my vitamix and I started by making smoothies. The recipe doesn't really matter here because its just fruit. However when I tried to make tomato soup for the first time I just took all the ingredients but didn't follow any portioning, thinking mixing veggies was the same as mixing fruit. I was wrong, it was awful 😀

  5. My certified reconditioned A2500 just arrived waiting for me at home! I couldn't be more excited. I plan on using the queso recipe as the first in my first ever Vitamix! Almond milk… sweetened or unsweetened?

  6. Why don't you have a video showing how to make that yummy frosty?! Believe it or not, I am a little intimidated by it. I'd love to watch a HOW TO video. THANK YOU!

  7. So nice!
    But I am wondering if the taste and the smell of onions stay in the container like on a chop board? Do I need a separate Container for smoothies only? The last thing I want of my smoothies is to have the hidden onion taste….
    What is your opinion?

  8. is it bad to make smoothies for two days? i mean one for the day of and the other half to put in the fridge for the next day?

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