Rosewill RHBM-15001 2-Pound Programmable Rapid Bake Bread Maker with Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser, Gluten Free Menu Setting Review

Rosewill RHBM-15001 2-Pound Programmable Rapid Bake Bread Maker with Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser, Gluten Free Menu Setting

  • Programmable bread machine bake loaf sizes: 1.5 lbs, 2 lbs. Built-in Auto Fruit and Nut dispenser
  • 12 digital programs: Basic, French, Whole Wheat, Quick, Sweet, Gluten free, Rapid Bake Setting bakes bread in under an hour, Dough, Jam, Cake, Sandwich, Bake; 3 crust settings
  • 60 minutes "keep warm" function and 13-Hour programmable delay timer function
  • Viewing Windows; Dishwasher-safe: non-stick bread pan & kneading blade. Direct current motor for quiet operation, Including a measuring cup, measuring spoon and hook.
  • Fully automatic; unlike competitor that signal you to add mix-in during the process. Just add all your ingredients at the beginning and walk away. It kneads, rises and bakes. This is real automatic.
Wake up to the smell of freshly baked homemade bread every morning. The Rosewill RHBM-15001 programmable bread maker is great for large families with up to two pounds setting. It comes with up to 12 digital programs to make bread using different ingredients, and three settings for light, medium and dark crust to suit your taste. A removable fruit & nut dispenser allows you to add more taste to your nutrient-rich bread. Cleanup and maintenance is effortless thanks to the dishwasher-safe non-stick

List Price: $ 69.99 Price: $ 59.99

Yonanas Frozen Healthy Dessert Maker – 100% Fruit Soft-Serve Maker (Black and Silver) Review

Yonanas 902 Classic Original Healthy Dessert Fruit Soft Serve Maker Creates Fast Easy Delicious Dairy Free Vegan Alternatives to Ice Cream Frozen Yogurt Sorbet Includes Recipe Book BPA Free, Silver

  • FRUIT SOFT SERVE MACHINE: Easily create yummy tasting treats by adding any combination of chocolate, or fruits like over-ripe bananas, berries, or mango to the chute for a smooth "ice-cream" like taste.
  • HEALTHY GOODNESS: With Yonanas, you can instantly churn 100% frozen fruits to create a healthy dessert without additional fat, sugar or preservatives compared to other "ice cream" or "yogurt" like treats.
  • EASY & FUN TO USE: Transform frozen fruit into dessert in just seconds by simply inserting frozen banana (or any fruit of your choice) into the chute and pushing down using the plunger. It's that easy and fun to make!
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Create delicious treats without the hassle of cleanup; as the chute, plunger, and blade are dishwasher safe.
  • FROZEN DESSERT: Use Yonanas to turn desserts into yummy goodness! Make simple, elegant homemade desserts like cakes, pies, bon bons and sorbets. Perfect for entertaining guests, snacks for the kids, or a yummy anytime treat.
Yonanas turns frozen fruit and other flavorings into a delicious, healthy soft-serve treat. The unit combines frozen bananas and any additional fruit or chocolate and instantly churns the ingredients to produce a treat with the texture of frozen yogurt or soft-serve ice cream, but without the additional fat, sugar, or preservatives. The chute easily accepts berries, sliced mango, or cantaloupe along with frozen banana, and the integrated spinning blade mashes and incorporates the fruit into a si

List Price: $ 49.95 Price: $ 35.05

Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker) Review

Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine w/ Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings and 13-Hour Delay Timer

  • Turn your kitchen into a bakery with the easy to use Kuissential Bread Maker!
  • Makes 1.5 and 2 pound loafs with Light, Medium, or Dark crust.
  • 13 Settings to make many different types of BREADS, JAMS, and DOUGH.
  • Auto-Dispenser for fruits/nuts, 13 hour delay timer, viewing window, keep warm function
  • Includes measuring cup and spoon
The Kuissential Bread Maker is the perfect way to transform your kitchen into a bakery while keeping things extremely simple and easy to clean. Simply place ingredients in the bread pan, choose the type of bread, the size of your loaf, the color of the crust, press start and the machine does the rest! You can even automatically add fruits and nuts later in the bread cycle using the Auto-Dispense feature. If you want to have fresh bread ready in the morning or after work, you can use the delay ti

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Black & Decker JE2200B 400-Watt Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor with Custom Juice Cup, Black Review

BLACK+DECKER 400-Watt Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor, Black, JE2200B

  • 400-Watt Motor - Extract fresh, pulp-free juice in just seconds! The intuitive on/off switch provides the best performance for all kinds of fruit and vegetables
  • Compact Design - The vertically-oriented juice extractor saves space on the countertop
  • Stainless Steel Cutter and Strainer - The durable cutter quickly works through fruits and vegetables, and it's easy to clean and reuse
  • Dishwasher-Safe Parts - Every removable part is safe to clean in the dishwasher, further simplifying the juice-making process
  • Fruit and Vegetable Pusher - The pusher guides fresh produce towards the cutters for maximum juice extraction
  • Product note: the logo design of this item may vary depending on when the product was manufactured
  • 400 watts of power plus a stainless steel cutter and strainer juices all your favorite fruits and vegetables with ease
  • Large, integrated pulp container reduces space taken on counter
  • Custom juice cup makes measuring, pouring and serving easy, Dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a breeze
  • Measures 13 by 9 by 9-inch; 2-year limited warranty
The BLACK+DECKER 400-Watt Juice Extractor makes it easy to turn all your favorite fruits and vegetables into delicious, pulp-free juice. The powerful 400-watt motor quickly works through produce, separating fresh juice from the pulp, which is collected in a separate container. With intuitive controls and dishwasher-safe parts, it’s the fast and easy way to enjoy fresh, flavorful juice!

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Summer Celebration Fruit Tart

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Hello summer people! It’s celebration time! I’m here to deliver the party favours …a seriously tasty treat and a whole lotta food porn. Ready?

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This tart is everything you want from a summer recipe: quick to make, foolproof, delicious, and uses all the delights of the season. Since I am well aware that you would rather be spending your time at the beach or on the dock and not in the kitchen, making this treat will only take up about half an hour of your day, and the rest you can enjoy nibbling and relaxing!

I couldn’t quite settle on which meal this recipe would best be suited for, so I’ll let you decide on that one. It’s a perfectly respectable breakfast (you’re welcome), but would also make a lovely brunch side, afternoon iced tea accompaniment, or after dinner dessert. Because you can make the crust ahead of time, it can also be taken to a picnic or barbeque and assembled before serving.

The crust is vegan and gluten-free, made with toasted sunflower seeds and buckwheat flour, with a touch of lemon for zing. It is a good, all-around pastry base that can also be pressed into a tart form if you’d like a more tidy-looking dessert. I like the un-fussiness and rusticity of just rolling out the dough (and because I’m lazy). With its tattered edges and uneven shape, it looks like we all should in summer: loose, wild, and free!

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For a big time saver, I’ve opted to use yogurt for the topping instead of making a cashew cream. If you would prefer a non-dairy option, try the cashew cream recipe from this post.  It would be smashing on this tart!

The fruit is also your call, just use whatever is in season around you. We are finally enjoying the annual berry explosion here in Denmark, the one I wait for the entire year, and this recipe is truly a celebration of the juicy abundance, sumptuous colours, and bright flavours all around. Toss on a combination of favourites, or go for a solo fruit that you really want to highlight. This tart can carry itself well into the autumn as well, using plums, pears and figs as well.

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As for garnishes, although they aren’t totally necessary, this tart is really delicious with the addition of a few extras. I tossed on a small handful of fresh herbs; peppermint and lemon balm, because I happened to have them on hand, but what a difference they made! Verbena would be so delicious too, or spearmint, bergamot, or even chocolate mint. And because I am obsessed with bee products, I couldn’t resist sprinkling the tart with pollen and topping each slice with a good chunk of honeycomb. Nothing is bad with honeycomb on top. Ever.

With that, I leave you with the recipe, and sun-drenched love wishes to all of you out there romping around and being wild little bunnies.
Big hugs and fruit tarts, Sarah B

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My New Roots

Warm Summer Fruit Salad + Video

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If my 15 year younger self would see me know. I am sitting here writing a text that praises a warm fruit salad. Young David would have told me that I was an idiot: “Why heat fruit when you can have it cold?!” You see, young David wasn’t very fond of warm fruit. At all. Back then, I could binge eat bowls of fresh fruit, but cook or bake it and I wouldn’t touch it. Even apple pie, the one dish that every normal person loves, made my stomach turn upside down. I sometimes allowed myself to eat the part of the crust that hadn’t been touched by the fruit, but my tongue cringed from the bare thought of warm apple in my mouth.

And now I’m all of a sudden ridiculously excited about this fruit salad that has taken a quick tour through a hot oven. What happened? I would love to say that this recipe was the game changer. But truth be told, I think I just slowly learned to appreciate warm fruit, recipe by recipe.

Apart from the fact that I used to hate warm fruit and now swear by this dessert. Apart from the fact that this recipe is dead-simple and can be prepared in no-time. And apart from the fact that it includes some of the best bounty of the season and you will get all these summer-bonanza-feelings just by preparing it. Yes, apart from all that, this fruit salad is also covered in grated dark chocolate (that melts!), coconut flakes and salted almonds (that pairs oh so well with dark chocolate). Young David might not approve, but old David thinks this is pretty darn good and would like you all to give it a try.

If you are still not convinced, we created this video for our youtube channel as a final selling point: 

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The original Swedish version of this dessert is called Gino. It’s baked strawberries, kiwis and bananas with white chocolate on top. Our version is quite different, but the choice of fruit and measurements are really just suggestions here, add or subtract fruit to your liking. Peaches or pineapple would also be good baked. Or raspberries. We have used fruit in season, but baking fruit is also a great way to increase the flavours during the winter season.

Luise and I haven’t entirely agreed on the baking time. Personally I think the fruit only should be heated quickly, so it’s still quite firm. Just 5-6 minutes or enough time for the chocolate to melt. Luise however prefers the fruit to be more baked and a bit softer so the juices and flavours come together more. That’s about 10-12 minutes. But we’ll leave that decision to you (in the photos and video it’s baked after Luise’s preference).

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Warm Summer Fruit Salad with Dark Chocolate & Salted Almonds
Serves 4

1 cup almonds + 1 tbsp boiled water mixed with 1 tsp salt (or store-bought salted almonds)
3 kiwi fruits
3 apricots
2 bananas, peel
10 strawberries
10 cherries, pitted
2 plums, remove stones
1 lime, juice
1 oz / 30 g dark chocolate (70% or darker)
1/3 cup dried unsweetened coconut flakes

Preheat the oven to 200°C / 400°F.
Prepare the almonds by placing them in a mixing bowl, pour the hot salted water over the almonds and combine until all almonds are covered. Place the almonds in a baking tray and roast in the oven for 10-15 minutes or until slightly golden and crunchy. Set aside.
Prepare the fruit by cutting them into bitesize pieces. Place the fruit in a baking dish and add the lime juice, toss to mix.
Chop the almonds and sprinkle over the fruit salad. Grate the chocolate until it covers the fruit. Sprinkle with coconut flakes and place the dish in the oven.
Bake for 5-10 minutes, until the chocolate has melted and the fruit is warm and juicy (not mushy).
Serve in bowls with a dollop thick plain yogurt or ice cream.

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