Win-It-Wednesday: “The Blender Girl” Cookbook by Tess Masters

If you’re looking to blend, shake and mix things up when it comes to your snacks, meals, salads, soups, appetizers and dessert you need to  check out Tess Masters new cookbook, “The Blender Girl… Super-Easy, Super-Healthy Meals, Snacks, Desserts & Drinks”.

After paging through this cookbook and checking out all of Tess’s mouth-watering recipes I have to admit I have a brand new respect for my trustworthy blender. Who would have thought that my appliance that normally just sits unused on my kitchen counter could whip up such dishes? Simply amazing! Some of my favorite recipes that Tess has created include: Flourless Triple-Pecan Mousse Pie, Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake Smoothie and Taste Like Ice-Cream Kale. Tess’s sense of style and flair is apparent in all of her health conscious recipes… all of which nourish our bodies and get our taste-buds dancing.

Another bonus is that all of Tess’s recipes are gluten-free, vegan and rely on natural flavors and sweeteners. Super-easy and super-healthy… just the way I like things!

And while you’re at it… check out Tess’s website, and follow her on Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook to make sure you catch all of her latest recipes, posts and healthy blending ideas.

All of these fabulous reasons are why I am so excited that Tess Masters the blendaholic behind  “The Blender Girl” Cookbook  is the sponsor of this Win-It-Wednesday contest on!

How can you win?

Reply to this blog and tell us a super-easy thing you do to keep yourself super-healthy. (Me? I can’t make up my mind, so here are two things… I park at the furthest end of a parking lot to get a little walk into my day and I substitute avocado for mayo on my gluten-free sandwiches!)

A total of two (Yes… 2!) BeFreeForMe members will be selected to win a copy of “The Blender Girl” Cookbook by Tess Masters. One (1) winner will be randomly selected from the entries received before Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 11:59 PM EST, and one (1) more winners will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 11:59PM. SO – make sure you enter to win two times!

Good luck, Keep things super-easy & super-healthy… and as always…
Be Free!

Want to buy “The Blender Girl” cookbook? Check out this link on!

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46 Responses to “Win-It-Wednesday: “The Blender Girl” Cookbook by Tess Masters”

  1. elaine Says:

    This prize could not come at a better time! I am so bored of eating raw mushrooms and peppers for breakie every day! This would be so wonderful to learn new ways of mixing my veggies Being VEGAN does not have to be boring……right?

  2. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Wow I love shakes what a great prize to win.

  3. Ashley Says:

    I sprinkle ground flax seed on just about everything. It makes a great yogurt and veggie topping, as well as a nice low carb substitute for many crusts. (I am told my apple pie and cheesecake crusts are pretty amazing.) For me this is a great way to lower carbs while getting healthy omega fats and fiber.

  4. Stacey Says:

    We have made so many healthy changes since our daughter’s diagnosis of Celiac Disease, from how we eat to being more physically active. One huge change is not eating out, even at “gluten friendly” restaurants as our daughter still seems to have issues. While we are healthier and happier in general, it puts more pressure on being creative and inventive in my home kitchen to keep our meals from getting boring. I would love the opportunity to learn new recipes!

  5. Karen Says:

    I subscribe to her blog and one of the things I like is that while she has some good smoothie recipes, she uses her blender to make a wide variety of other things. This would be a great cook book.

  6. theresa Says:

    I use coconut oil in everything

  7. Briana W. Says:

    I love putting kale, spinach, chia seeds, and coconut oil in my smoothies! Yum!

  8. Dana Matthews Says:

    I try to eat as much fresh fruit and vegetables as I can. I can sure tell when I don’t!

  9. robin gamache Says:

    I eat whole food plant based. Never felt better

  10. Janet Fredericks Says:

    I am not “super healthy” at all, but I try to get healthier by drinking a glass of water before each meal and two at bedtime. I also go for a walk every morning( even if it is a short one because of time limits). I try to eat veggies and limit junkfood. It’s easier said than done but every little bit is a step in the right direction.

  11. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Nothing like starting your day with a great fruit smoothy.

  12. Genie Says:

    I try to keep our diet full of whole, natural foods. I cook from scratch and try to include as many fresh fruits and vegetables as I can. I was doing this before going gluten free, but it certainly makes living the gluten free life easier and healthier.

  13. Eileen Says:

    I walk 2 to 3 miles a day.

  14. Michelle Says:

    I always have fruits and veggies that can be grabbed and eaten for those times I need a snack!

  15. Lisa Says:

    I always take the stairs. No elevators for me!

  16. elaine Says:

    I think I am allowed to enter each week, and it is a new week!!!! Still excited about this book!!!! Green me please!!!!

  17. Nancy S Says:

    I need to cook and eat healthier.

  18. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Tomorrow is Saturday and can’t wait for my smoothie. Great way to get your serving of fruit and to accompany this great drink a banana muffin that is mixed in my blender.

  19. Sharon Says:

    I make my own sauerkraut and eat a few tablespoons everyday. The natural probiotics are better than those in pill form.

  20. Rebecca Says:

    This seems so awesome. I am actually looking for new ways to be healthy. I get stuck in a rut. I, however, try to be healthy by staying away from the gf junk food I found. Haha.

  21. sherry Says:

    I love to take a morning walk ! Than have a cup of yogurt .

  22. Judith Edmunds Says:

    I go to the Twoonie swim at my local pool twice a week with a close friend, we also go together to encourage each other.

  23. TayloR MilleR Says:

    I run 3 miles 5 times a week 🙂 5 k’s are a hobby of mine

  24. Venessa F. Says:

    I pressure cook my beans for homemade hummus. I’d love to win this book!

  25. Celine Girouard Says:

    I eat whole real whole foods every day!! Thank you.

  26. Sharon Says:

    I make a smoothie each morning with homemade kefir, coconut oil, flaxseed, cinnamon and fruit. Would love to win this book!

  27. Jessica Says:

    I stop eating at the satisfaction point. Once my body is content I dont eat more just because I enjoy it.

  28. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I love to make muffins in my blender and also cakes. It blends them very well and for some reason the cakes and muffins are very moist.

  29. DA Levin Says:

    One thing I do is the old tired and true an apple a day in my lunch box. Some might say this could get boring however with the large varieties of apples at farmer’s markets and whole foods the possibilities are endless.

  30. pat pelland Says:

    I’ve been following the blender girl blog for several months now and lusting after the book! One thing I do with consistency is add blueberries to all least one meal or snack daily. Frozen in smoothies, fresh in oatmeal and even tossed into salads or marinades.

  31. Tina Says:

    I workout at the gym early in the morning and take the stairs whenever I can. This book looks great!!

  32. Karen Says:

    I eat whole healthy organic food. No exceptions. It’s hard to fathom why people miss junk food. Love my blender, love real food, love how I feel eating healthy.

  33. Melinda S. Says:

    To keep myself super healthy I’ve started to eliminate toxic people from my life. Or at the very limit my interaction with them. The stress from these types of people has been destructive to my health in the past. Now I’m more grounded, healthier mentally and physically.

  34. Tara tuck Says:

    I do water aerobics and. Try to eat healthy!

  35. Ashley Says:

    Yogurt is my diet staple. It is great all on its own, but makes a great base for dips and sauces instead of heavy creams.

  36. cindy w. Says:

    This past year I have increased my water intake from about only 8 ounces a day to a goal of 40-60 ounces a day. It’s not easy but I need to.

  37. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I would love to win this book.

  38. Melanie Says:

    I run oats through the blender and use in recipes that call for breadcrumbs. I also add flax seeds to smoothies for a little added texture and nutrition. They taste like graham cracker crumbs!

  39. Juls Says:

    When I plan my meals I first think of what vegetable I’m going to eat and then plan around that. It forces me to fill my plate first with the healthy stuff and then add on the not so healthy stuff as an after thought!

  40. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I love my smoothie especially in the spring and summer. Nothing like a refreshing glass of Vitamin C

  41. Fran Says:

    I have My Fitness App on my phone that I keep track of everything I eat so I am not going over my allowed calories.

  42. Venessa F. Says:

    I put kale and spinach in my smoothies to get more greens in my diet.

  43. Liz Says:

    My grandson, who lives with me, has celiac and it’s a challenge getting him to eat the foods that are best for him. I especially worry about him getting enough protein. I’ve had a yogurt maker in the cupboard for two years and totally forgot about it until cleaning my kitchen yesterday. Making yogurt is so easy and I can use organic milk and plain yogurt for a starter. I had made gluten free strawberry shortcake last night and figured the left over fruit would make a great topping for the yogurt. I used agave for sweetener and added some macerated and fresh strawberries to mix into the plain yogurt. It tastes so incredibly fresh that I eat it plain, which stores in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. I love Chobani also but you won’t believe the different in taste. I turned it on at night and it was ready when I got up in the morning.

  44. kellie Says:

    I run, bike, hard at the park with my two daughters, 5 and 6. I also love veggie smoothies!!

  45. camille ortiz Says:

    We use salad plates for dinner. To keep our portions to a “normal” size

  46. Jennifer C Says:

    I take green tea antioxidant tablets each day, and I also take a probiotic.

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