The Modern Mom
December 12, 2017
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Are you looking to get more use out of your Babycook®? Whether your kid is just too old for baby food or you want to try something new, your baby food processor also doubles as a regular food processor.

Yes, that’s right – you can use it for normal cooking, too! BÉABA is known for having the best baby food blenders for a reason. Here are some recipe ideas to add to your holiday menu that you can make with your Babycook®.

Appetizer: Hummus

Keep your family and guests happy with a yummy and healthy appetizer dip: hummus. You can make
different varieties to please different tastes. Flavor options include:

Serve your choice with fresh veggies, whole grain crackers, or homemade pita chips.

Side Dish: Cranberry Relish

Make a nod to a Dickens Christmas by serving cranberries this holiday. Fill the blending bowl with fresh or frozen cranberries and a few slices of the unpeeled orange. Pulse them until they are chopped and pour them into another bowl. Add your favorite sweetener to taste.

Dessert: No-Bake Cheesecake Bites

If you want something as simple as cookies, but more original, then go with no-bake cheesecake bites. Crumble up five or six graham crackers and then pulse-blend them until they’re powder. Pulse in 1/3 cup melted better to complete the crust. Place a spoonful into each section of your Multiportion tray and press it down.

Thicken two cups of cold heavy cream through pulse-blend. Add 1/3 cup sugar of your choice and one package of softened and cubed cream cheese, pulsing between each ingredient addition. Top the crust with the cream cheese filling, refrigerate for a couple hours, and garnish with berry puree.

More You Can Do With Your Babycook®

Isn’t it exciting all the cool things you can make in your Babycook®? Discover more recipes you can create with BÉABA’s collection of baby food blenders for memorable holiday eating.

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