16 Healthy Dinners You Can Make in a Food Processor

When was the last time you took your food processor out from the back of your kitchen cupboards and used it? Now a days, recipes can be made with a blender, or vitamix for that matter.Making the most of your food processor is a great idea and I found just the right website with different recipe ideas that can help re-inspire you and guide you through the process.There are recipes ranging from soups and sauces, even to fancy stuffed chicken. Each recipe uses our trust-worthy food processor, making the prep all the more simple and a push of a button away. Easy peasy! Its wonderful. What I love even more is that some of the sauces and soup recipes can of course be frozen and used later! Perfect!!

Last week I tried the fish cake recipe and served it at a dinner party I was hosting. They were a real hit. I was also able to serve the Summer Pea with Mint soup also a hit. Its amazing what we are able to do when we have that extra little amount of time given to us. With all the food prep made easier, I was able to decorate the patio with some summer lanterns, make a few pitchers of sangria, even set up all the patio furniture all done before my husband was home. He was happy that he didn't have to finish work and jump right into house duties, I was happy that I was on-schedule and ready to entertain, and my friends, they were happy with the spread served. I guess food processors are more useful than I ever really thought! Go on get processing! Bon appetit.

You'll want to take a look at this step by step recipe video tutorial on how to make the healthiest pizza crust ever, cauliflower crusted pizza. This pizza crust recipe is gluten free so it uses no flour in the recipe. The ingredients you will need for this cauliflower crust pizza are cauliflower chopped, shredded cheddar, egg, dried Italian seasoning or oregano, mince garlic, freshly ground black pepper, olive oil, shredded mozzarella, marinara sauce, prosciutto sliced into ribbons, crushed red pepper flakes for sprinkling and fresh torn basil leaves. For this recipe you will want to use a pizza stone or baking sheet, a pizza peel if you have one, a flat cutting board or cookie sheet and a clean kitchen towel. Preheat a pizza stone or clean baking sheet in an oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Add the cauliflower to a food processor and pulse until finely ground and the consistency something like couscous you should have about 4 cups. Transfer the cauliflower to a large bowl. Next add the Asiago cheese, egg, Italian seasoning, garlic, some salt and a few turns of black pepper and combine until the mixture holds together when pinched. Then you will pour onto a clean kitchen towel and wring out as much moisture as you can. Line a pizza peel, flat cutting board or cookie sheet with parchment and brush with some oil.

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