Dairy Free Cream of Mushroom Soup With BlendTec Blender (And BlendTec Blender Giveaway)

We have “food issues” in our house.

And not “food issues” like…”I only drink high-end Columbian Coffee.” or “The only steak I eat is Filet Mignon.”

We have Mr. Lactose-Intolerance. (aka Mr. Dairy Free)

And this is a HUGE bummer for Mr. Lactose-Intolerance because he has lived a lifestyle for years of “more dairy is better”.

Cream Cheese….ADD IT ON!

Baked Potato Soup….MY FAVORITE.

Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream…..I’LL TAKE SECONDS PLEASE.

So as you can imagine, not being able to eat dairy without taking a handful of pills has cramped Mr. Lactose-Intolerance eating style. He tries to not care as the rest of us pig out on Silas & Maddy’s Ice Cream while he eats sorbet. Or smiles while we eat Three-Cheese Lasagna and he has pasta and sauce.

But honestly, a little part of him dies inside watching his family chow-down on all of the foods that he used to love to eat.

Well, not anymore!

With the addition of one of the BlendTec Blenders - the BlendTec Total Blender Classic Wildside – we are able to create amazing Dairy Free Dishes like Cream of Mushroom and Wild Rice Soup and Chocolate Banana Ice Cream. (Recipes below.)

And I’m so excited to tell you that my friends at Blendtec have offered to give away one Blendtec Total Classic Wildside Blender (ARV $454.95) plus Twister Jar (ARV $119) to one lucky Kansas City Mamas reader. I’m so excited to share this giveaway with you all because it is truly an incredible appliance.

PS: Without a doubt…this is a Cadillac Blender and once you own one, you’ll wonder why you waited so long because it does everything….grain mill, smoothie, milkshakes, ice cream, soup, pesto, bread, pie crust, pizza dough and so much more. You will love it!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Contest will be open till end of day on October 14, 2012. Winner will be notified by email and has 48-hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Good Luck.

Disclosure: Blendtec provided the giveaway prize and I received a BlendTec Blender and Twister Jar as well. However, written remarks on Mr. Lactose-Intolerant are entirely my own. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.

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  1. Mmmm…My 2 daughters would LOVE their morning smoothies made in this blender!!

  2. I would make a green smoothie and include some carrots!

  3. Bill Foust says:

    Ya, I’m thinking smoothies is the way to go. Way to get kids to eat their fruits and veggies!

  4. I’ve always wanted one of these to make homemade peanut butter and kickin’ smoothies!

  5. Stephanie Funk says:

    I would make banana ice cream! I try in my magic bullet, but its hard to blend without making it too melty

  6. I’d try the banana ice cream first

  7. Smoothies for sure! And maybe some of that yummy mushroom soup!

  8. I’d try butter…just to feel a little high-tech homesteader.

  9. I’m recently dairy-free because I’m breastfeeding my 1o-week old son who’s allergic to dairy. I miss ALL dairy but am craving ice cream big time. Would definitely love to try the chocolate banana ice cream!

  10. I would love to be able to let my children have ice cream again!!!

  11. Jennifer G says:

    I want a smoothie or strawberry sorbet. Or cantelope, hmmm these prego cravings are all over the place.

  12. I would make smoothies for breakfast in the mornings!

  13. I would make mango sorbet- Just frozen mangoes, and perhaps a little honey. SO YUMMY. Add raspberries for a little texture.

  14. Angela Pearson says:

    I’d have to try the soup!

  15. Michelle Salinas says:

    I’d probably use it first as a grain mill. We have a local grain producer and I’d love to have super fresh grains for bread & pasta :) Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  16. Our family loves berry smoothies that are made using fresh fruit. That’s what we would make first!

  17. Bree Ayotte says:

    I would make a protein smoothie!!!

  18. I would make a green smoothie…my current blender just can’t handle the spinach very well.

  19. Annette Park says:

    My kids would love a smoothie afterschool! I could even indulge in this healthy low-fat treat.

  20. I would make a green smoothie. I would love a blender where I don’t end up chewing little bits of kale!

  21. MMM, a really smooth green smoothie! My 2yo always steals mine they’re so good!

  22. Tiffany Kinard says:

    The ice cream looks really good.I’d probably make a nice smoothie or something.You can usually tell how good a blender is by how well is crushes the ice.

  23. Would love this blender for my grandma who is living with cancer and all of it’s wonderful side effects. I have been trying to get her to do smoothies to get the nutrition she needs without having to choke down all of the food necessary. This looks like it is easy to use ( push buttons) and powerful enough to cut through nuts and leafy greens. What a wonderful product!

  24. We would make smoothies, and try new recipes!

  25. I would make baby food!

  26. We’ve seen these demonstrated. It chops up everything!!! I’d make nut flour for baking.

  27. I would make one of my Green Monster Smoothies, I love them!

  28. Cristina I. says:

    I would make strawberry ice cream!

  29. thank you for the recipes-I have a 2 year old who is lactose intolerant-he gets so angry with me when he can’t eat what his brother and sister are eating

  30. Chocoloate chip ice cream. My kiddos favorite. :)

  31. Green smoothies! Or pesto! Actually, I can’t decide what I would
    make first……I would be so excited to have one, I would probably just stare at it for awhile, lol!

  32. We would try the mushroom soup for sure! And doing pizza dough – we make a lot of homemade pizza at our house! Thanks

  33. I would make a yummy fruit smoothie.

  34. Elizabeth Costello says:

    Some hidden veggie soup for my picky 2 year old.

  35. pesto

  36. Janice Stone says:

    I think I would mix up some muffin mix, or possibly apple butter!

  37. Kristine McDonald says:

    Smoothies most often

  38. Potatoe soup!!!

  39. That cream of mushroom soup looks like a fabulous first meal to make in this blender!

  40. Chocolate ice cream!

  41. I’m Mrs. Dairy Free and terribly miss ice-cream. I adapted really well, reinvented most of my recipes. Good luck !

  42. I would make smoothies!

  43. Most definitely a smoothy with peanut butter and banana!

  44. I would make soup! Nothing says fall besides football and soup!

  45. I have some basil that needs to be made into pesto ASAP! :)

  46. I would make smoothies!

  47. I would make a fruit smoothie!

  48. I would make Salsa!!

  49. Jennvan40 says:

    Gazpacho, boy do I love that stuff.

  50. I’d make a protein shake~

  51. with cold weather moving in…..soup

  52. Smoothies!!!!!!!!!

  53. ok rafflecopter has baffled me….what the heck is it?

  54. Casey Walker says:

    I would love to have a new blender to make some yummy smoothies!

  55. Ana Maria S. says:

    Yummy smoothies! :)

  56. Heather G says:

    I have to try that ice cream recipe!

  57. meredith k. says:

    I would make soup and pesto. :)

  58. My teenager would love some protein smoothies!

  59. Melanie O. says:

    Ok, I will admit it…it would most likely be a Margarita! Lol

  60. I would definitely try the ice cream!

  61. I would be making some kind of soup… with this awesome chilly weather, that sounds wonderful :)

  62. From the sounds of what it can do, I would use it for everything! I’m sure my kids would want smoothies first though! And I’d use it to make my baby’s food too!

  63. I would make smoothies! A staple around here!

  64. Bethany Mandel says:

    This is great for Kosher folks who want to serve this with a meat meal!

  65. I would make a smoothie! What an awesome looking blender!

  66. Smoothies!

  67. I’d make my post workout protein smoothie! Thanks for the chance to win.

  68. Our blender died and I’ve been looking at these. They are awesome. And I am trying to be dairy free so your recipes are extremely helpful.

  69. I would make a strawberry smoothie!

  70. I would make peach smoothies for breakfast for my boys.

  71. Angelique Campbell says:

    I am totally digging your recipe for the Dairy FREE Cream of Mushroom soup!!! That’s what I would make!!!

  72. I’d make hummus.

  73. Sarah Bye says:

    I’m so excited… the potato soup makes me happy!

  74. I love love love smoothies, so I’d probably make one of those..Or ice cream.

  75. I would make a Strawberry Daiquiri. Blown out motors on a lot of blenders trying to make slushy drinks. So far, nothing beats my Kitchen Aid so would love to see this one in action.

  76. I would make a milkshake!

  77. CarolineEr says:

    I’d make smoothies!

  78. I have this blender and I LOVE IT. I use it to make almond butter…which is why I’m entering. I want the twister jar. Were I to win I would give the blender to a friend who truly needs. it.

  79. I would make a smoothie or that dairy free ice cream!

  80. Thanks for the great recipes and the chance to win. My hubby has the same issues and I love new ways to expand his choices. Thanks again!

  81. teacher mama says:

    I would make salsa!

  82. I would make my kids a Pineapple Mango smoothie. Found a recipe to rival McDonalds! :)

  83. I would make some Orange Julius!

  84. I would make soup every day during winter!

  85. I’d make a healthy smoothie! My current blender was a wedding gift and is 23 years old and can barely blend a milkshake…would LOVE a new one! :-)

  86. I would probably make a smoothie first!

  87. I would make lots and lots of creamy soups…and, in doing so…avoid the old blender that my daughter used to make paper. :(

  88. Amanda W. says:

    I love Smoothies! But my favorite thing to make is chocolate mousse.

  89. I would make peach banana ice cream!

  90. katherine d says:

    i would make a vegan, sugar-free pumpkin pie smoothie!

  91. Would LOVE to make my GREEN SMOOTHIES in this baby!

  92. Tracy Simons says:

    The ice cream recipe for sure!

  93. Richard Ahlquist says:

    A smoothie!

  94. I’d make that wonderful bananna ice cream on your blog.

  95. With my gluten intolerance I would have to make that soup recipe! I haven’t had a creamy soup for soooooo long!

  96. Monica Reed says:

    I love to make smoothies!

  97. My son has to go gluten free…this would make my life so much easier!

  98. i would love to make soup

  99. Rebecca Hayes says:

    I would make pear sorbet. Love it, but my old blender just can’t handle it anymore :)

  100. I think it’d be great for making gravy from cooked veggies as well!

  101. mary staats says:

    Thanks for the GREAT ideas!!!

  102. Broccoli Cheese Soup from America’s Test Kitchen!

  103. I would make smoothies, meal replacement shakes, pizza sauce and so much more! Thanks for the chance!

  104. I would make a yummy breakfast smoothie!

  105. Smoothies and soup!

  106. MMMM That cream of mushroom soup sounds amazing!!! That would def be my first!

  107. awesome blender! we do a lot of protein smoothies at our house cause the little one doesn’t like to eat meat.

  108. I would make almond butter so my deprived kids can finally have something that resembles a PB&J. Only without the PB, because is this house PB = big time allergic reactions. And all the other pre-made “butters” I’ve found are cross-contaminated with our other allergens!

  109. I would probably make a smoothie….we love smoothies!

  110. I bought one once & had to return it cuz I knew I’d spent too much!!! Would LOVE to have one though!!!

  111. Johnna Anderson says:

    I’d make soup.

  112. Michelle R says:

    I would make a protein shake or smoothie!

  113. I would like that mushroom soup. Looks fantastic!!

  114. That soup looks wonderful. I’m having to go dairy free too, so I love finding recipes for my favorite foods that are safe to eat. (Wonder if I can sub out the walnuts though, as I’m allergic.)

  115. Pesto! Lots of Pesto!

  116. I want to make home made honey butter and then blender pie filling.

  117. Yeah! Love new gadgets to make life easier!

  118. I would make a smoothie!

  119. Christy Anderson says:

    I would make a smoothie!

  120. We’d make smoothie!

  121. That soup looks awesome. Honestly, I’d make a perfectly blended margarita. :D

  122. I’ve just been thinking that I needed a really, good blender. I like to make smoothies and health drinks. To make refried beans, homemade, you need to blend. Thanks for the give away.

    ~we may have met by chance…but we become friends by choice.

  123. I love blenders — is this like the VitaMix?

  124. I would make dairy free ice cream. It looks tasty!

  125. I would make a pumpkin sorbet!

  126. I would make a smoothie to start with.

  127. I would be making a pina coloda for my husband who loves them and has missed them since our blender broke.

  128. The soup recipe sounds delicious! I would definitely have to try that out first.

  129. You had me at Blendtec (came over from Cha-Ching) and you totally nabbed me with the Mushroom soup recipe. My total fave so that’s what I’d be making as soon as it came out the box.

  130. We make a lot of smoothies in our house so this would work perfectly

  131. The blender we got for our wedding 17 years ago broke a few weeks ago, and so our lives have woefully been without smoothies and banana bread.

  132. I would make my Body by Vi shakes in it! :)

  133. Stephanie says:

    Yum, first thing I would make is some broccoli and asparagus soup. My grandmother used to make it before I moved out and I haven’t had some since I left!

  134. I would probably start making green smoothies again with this blender!

  135. Can’t wait to try this soup! It looks so yummy!

  136. Laura Benson says:

    The first thing I would make, for sure, would be a green smoothie!

  137. Felicia Krajack says:

    I love this blender. It’s been on my wishlist for a while! Crossing my fingers!

  138. Jennifer B says:

    I’d make that mushroom soup in a heartbeat! Cream of mushroom is my favorite and I’ve been searching for a healthy recipe for it. Thank you for sharing yours!

  139. Awesome giveaway! I would make smoothies for my family and add in all kinds of stuff they don’t know about – flax seeds, spinach etc etc! :)

  140. I’ve been wondering how the all banana/ no dairy ice cream taste, I’d like to try your recipe.

  141. I’m just now starting to really try recipes from our HUGE garden and find that a lot of recipes call for a good blender. I have a few “cheap” ones I limp by with, but something like this could really make my life easier. Your soup recipe sounds heavenly…..

  142. Miranda Welle says:

    Milk Shakes BABY!!!!! :)

  143. It is a beautiful blender! I would love to have one.

  144. My blender recently fell from where it lived, above my stove and shattered in a million pieces. Yikes! I used to make scones and pumpkin butter often. I sure could use a replacement.

  145. We would love a new blender for soups, smoothies, & our favorite fresca margaritas!

  146. Yes, I want a Blendtec so badly!! Pick me, pick me!!

  147. Denise Atwood says:

    I would love to try it for smoothies and as a grain mill

  148. Lisa Leyland says:

    I would make a green smoothie in my new BlendTec blender!

  149. Our blender just quit working this week. A Blendtec would be fantastic!

  150. Melanie Abshire says:

    Smoothie for sure! My blender just isn’t cutting it anymore!

  151. We have a bunch of frozen fruit from this summer and I’d love to try some ice creams and smoothies with those, then give homemade flour and pasta a whirl. This blender sounds amazing! winterwrens at gmail dot com

  152. Jennifer Huber says:

    I would make pumpkin soup! Our blender died, so we’ve been using my parents 30 year old avocado green blender. A new one would be fantastic! :)

  153. It would be amazing to have a blender that works! I could make babyfood for our little munchkin!

  154. Katherine says:

    I think I’d make this soup! Sounds delicious!

  155. Great giveaway! Greenbacks Gal sent me over! I would use this for so many things I’m not sure where I would start……maybe ice cream :)

  156. Susan Stahley says:

    The first thing I would make is a Pina Colada… I haven’t been able to make one in a long time because none of my blenders will crush the ice good enough.

  157. Soup! We love soup in our house…especially puréed soup.

  158. Ashley Back says:

    Definitely a breakfast smoothie!

  159. would def. make a smoothie!!!! I love them and they can get expensive if you want one daily

  160. Definitely the icecream! – YUM!!!!

  161. We would make smoothies and enjoy a blender that can handle
    crushing ice.

  162. I would make a pineapple smoothie for my Dad – using some tofu to help heal his broken hip a little faster.

  163. I would make smoothies!!

  164. Homemade salsa!!

  165. Wow! That looks amazing!

  166. Christi Young says:

    I would make the dairy free chocolate banana ice cream!!!

  167. Yum! I want one.

  168. Kimberly Pineda says:

    Carrot Potato Soup! Mmmmm. :o)

  169. I’d try to make Hummus

  170. I would go for a fruit smoothie first!

  171. This would be great for my morning yogurt smoothie. I make it with frozen fruits and they don’t always get completely blended plus the time it takes because I have to stop and stir sometimes more than once cuts into my actual breakfast time.

  172. fruit smoothies for my kids

  173. Chocolate ice cream!

  174. Smoothies sound delicious!!

  175. I would make cream of asparagus soup or butternut squash soup. Or some homemade baby food for new mommy friends.

  176. Great looking mushroom soup!

    The blendtec would definitely make some smooth soups!

  177. I am all over that Dairy Free Cream of Mushroom Soup! Your fab photog skills have made it even more enticing than it sounded in the first place!!

  178. Kristi C. (@lov2read68) says:

    We have food issues at our house – not just dairy intolerant but allergic to dairy, eggs, peanuts & treenuts. That dairy free ice cream looks fantastic! I know I can get dark chocolate chips at Whole Foods that are made in an allergen free facility. Would love to make that for my youngest!

  179. Looks amazing!

  180. I would make homemade peanut butter to spread on my morning breakfast toast! Thanks!

  181. I would have burger and fries night and make MILKSHAKES.. mmm

  182. Probably ice cream, but I’d have a tough time not trying to see if random things around the house will blend……

  183. We would love to be able to make smoothies and ice cream!

  184. This blender is beautiful and would be a great way for me to blend smoothies for myself and my kids.

  185. I would make fresh fruit sorbets.

  186. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    The first thing would be breakfast smoothies. The very next thing would be your recipe for dairy free ice cream for my grand-daughter who has a milk allergy.

  187. milkshakes

  188. Kristen N. says:

    I would make some dairy-free pudding!

  189. Probably a smoothie just because we have them everyday!

  190. Ahhh!!!! I’ve been wanting a Blendtec for SOOO long! My blender hit the dust a couple of months ago and i’ve been dying to make the raw nut and date bars that I love so very much again. Those would definitely be the first thing I would whip up in my Blendtec. :)

  191. These look FANTASTIC! YUM!

  192. I would make a smoothie with lots of fruit and veggies.

  193. Chocolate banana ice cream would EASILY by the first thing I’d make!

  194. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I would make a nice frozen cocktail!

  195. I have wanted one of these for a long time! It would replace a couple of my kitchen appliances…

  196. I would love to make homemade fresh peanut, almond and cashew butters fresh for the family! Also would enjoy whipping up soup purées, dips and fruit/veggie smoothies too! Thank you and Blendtec so much!

  197. Katrina R says:

    I’d make a smoothie first :)

  198. I really want to start making my own flour and would love to have a Blendtec for this!! But the first thing we would probably make is a smoothie – we love our smoothies!

  199. Probably pizza dough! Or maybe pesto…

  200. Emily Blunt says:

    I’d either make cashew butter or creme fraiche sorbet…

  201. The first thing I would make is hummus with the Twister jar!

  202. Diane Christensen says:

    I would make my husband a green smoothie (loves healthy things) and then I would make me some ice cream with some strawberries.

  203. Heather K Miller says:

    I would make a pumpkin smoothie or shake! I have been dying for one of those!

  204. A milkshake!

  205. Derly Foerste says:

    A nice fruit smudy

  206. Alison Seitz says:

    I would love a Blendtec blender! The first thing I would make is a yummy smoothie with fruit & spinach. But after that, I would like to try making my own almond milk with it.

  207. Smoothie with almond milk first, and then some tomatillo salsa to eat with dinner.

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  208. Probably a smoothie, but then experiment and maybe try some soups.

  209. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make green smoothies and protein drinks!

  210. Georgiana says:

    Definitely a veggie/fruit smoothie with some healthy greens like spinach and kale for energy! Yum! Thank you so much!

  211. I would make tomato soup

  212. Love the recipes. Really hope to win so I can try them out! My little mixer just isn’t cutting it.

  213. I would LOVE to make some homemade almond butter in this Blendtec!

  214. Bernaise sauce for Filet Oscar.

  215. I want to make smoothies and ice cream!

  216. Sounds cliche maybe, but I’d love to make real smoothies!

  217. I want to make Green smoothies with baby carrots and spinach! I’m amazed at what the Blendtec can blend!

  218. Almond flour!

  219. The first thing I would make is Almond Flour for our Gluten Free Dairy Free home! It sure would save a ton of $! :)

  220. I’ve wanted a Blentec forever now. I dream of making a nice tomato soup in it; flowed by a yummy banana ice cream … hmmm!

  221. I would definitely make a smoothie!

  222. I’d try to make some almond butter or sun butter.

  223. I would definitely whip up your Cream of Mushroom soup recipe. It looks absolutely amazing!

  224. Mary Somerville says:

    Strawberry Ice Cream!!

  225. Molly Mosby says:

    Peach Mango Smoothie

  226. Michelle W says:

    Green Smoothies and I would love to try this yummy recipe.

  227. I would go for pesto and hummus :)

  228. Brown Cow Vanilla yogurt and strawberry smoothie.

  229. I’d make Popeye Ice Cream!!

  230. Chocolate banana ice cream!

  231. I would most definitely make a smoothie or banana ice cream.

  232. We’d make some delicious smoothies! :-)

  233. Hummus!

  234. Lindsay S says:

    I would make a malt because my husband and son LOVE them!!

  235. Cassandra says:

    I would make our family pimento dip recipe and milkshakes!

  236. You can’t go wrong with ice-cream! :0) Yuuuum!

  237. Monica W. says:

    A green smoothie to get me going!

  238. Aioli is very high on my list of things to blend. :)

  239. I would love to have this blender! The soup sounds wonderful too!

  240. I’ve wanted a Blendtec blender forever!

  241. james johnson says:

    Nice Blend!!

  242. Nice soup maker!

  243. I would love to make soups and smoothies! I would love to try some new recipes as well!

  244. I would make the dairy-free ice cream!

  245. jacqueline says:

    id make a banana and oj smoothie

  246. Oreo cookie crust would be a cinch!

  247. Most definitely a strawberry smoothie! And then after that, I’d need my “salt-fix” and would make my creation of Poncho’s cheese dip in it. Boy would this be a cherished item in my kitchen.

  248. smoothies and more bananas and almonds and flax and yogurt and and and

  249. abby craig says:

    Pick me, Pick me!! What wouldnt I do with it?! First thing I would make in it is chocolate malts… Mmmm!

  250. I want to make coconut butter from coconut flakes! My current blender is a no-go. :(

  251. I would make smoothies and just about everything else in a new Blendtec!

  252. Karina Lee says:

    i would make smoothies

  253. I would love to make both of those recipes and of course some adult summer beverages to bring me back to beach days.

  254. I would be making a green “ice cream” so I could get more green stuff into my very picky toddler! I’ve been wanting one for at least 2 years if not longer.

  255. Amanda Reilly says:

    We just moved with our blender getting smashed by the movers so we have been without incredible smoothies. Would love to get back on track with coconut milk and berries blended together!

  256. donna whitson says:

    I could make good use of that in Music City USA!!

  257. Smoothies!

  258. oh i’d love this to make my smoothies!

  259. donna whitson says:

    I would male cheddar harvest

  260. The first thing that I would make is a Fruit Smoothie!

  261. I would make our green monster smoothies, homemade larabars, homemade almond butter, and SO Many more amazing things! what a great giveaway!

  262. Anna Guida says:

    I would make a super fruit smoothie for my lil boy and I :)

  263. This sounds like a great blender! I’d love to try it!

  264. I would make baby food, smoothies and ice cream!

  265. Theresa J says:

    After I make Dairy Free Cream of Mushroom Soup I would make a mango smoothie

  266. I would make a smoothie

  267. I would try your wild rice and mushroom soup. Looks great!

  268. I would make hummus!

  269. BARBARA TRAHAN says:


  270. I would make all kinds of soups! It’s getting to be that time of year!

  271. Cauliflower soup – thanks!

  272. I think I’d make soup!

  273. I would LOVE to make ice cream! I can’t believe I have to TRY that recipe! You think it would work in a $20 blender? ;)

  274. i really really would like this,i am that lady sent me over

  275. ria clarke says:

    didn’t know it could make ice cream- that’s the 1st thing I would make!

  276. Lyda Loehring says:

    I would make a really good slushy wine cooler……

  277. the first thing i would make is a smoothie honestly…but would love to try for bread, soup, etc.

  278. Catie Doman says:

    Endless ideas, Hummus would be first! I love the banaa ice cream recipe too!

  279. Mariah L. says:

    I would make smoothies. I, too, have dairy issues (I love it, but it doesn’t love me!) so a smoothie is my version of a milkshake, plus it’s a lot healthier. I’m getting married in a year so I’m trying to be in a healthy state of mind! Plus smoothies are super easy to make! Hmm…now I’m craving a smoothie LOL

  280. Awesome giveaway!!

  281. And I world make tons Of smoothies for my kiddos!

  282. Angie baldridge says:

    I would make yummy malt

  283. patricia crocker says:

    I WOULD MAKE ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!!!! I dont have a blender so this would be a dream come true. I would never be able to afford something of this quality.

  284. I would make a green smoothie with kale since my blender cannot pulverize the kale enough and leaves it in little chunks.

  285. I would make 2 soup recipes that call for a blender – when I tried using my {not to be used with hot liquids} current blender, it was not pretty!! So now I have lumpy soup :(

  286. I was going to say ice cream, but that cream of mushroom with wild rice soup looks awesome!!!!

  287. smoothies for the kids

  288. The first thing I would make with this amazing blender is cream of carrot soup! (And then a different creamy soup every day all fall and winter long!)

  289. I would make a LARGE batch of butternut squash soup (instead of dividing it up into 4 batches to fit in my small food processor.)

  290. Ice Cream!

  291. I’d make smoothies, and quick breads, and syrups, Oh my!

  292. I would love this blender so I can make some homemade butter nut squash soup and other fall favorites like eggnog and pumpkin smoothies!

  293. I woould make a java mocha chip smoothie.

  294. Call me a mom….I’d use it to make home-made applesauce or pear-sauce!

  295. Carissa Pecori says:

    What wouldn’t I use it for? I’d use it for smoothies, soups, sauces, breads and everything in between! What a dream….

  296. Jackie Martin says:

    Found you through The Happy Housewife. I just figured out what I’m having for dinner tonight…The Mushroom Soup! I keep my freezer full of frozen bananas and berries so my kids can make themselves a smoothie anytime. What a great giveaway!

  297. I would make a peanut butter banana smoothie.

  298. I’d use it to make soup. Now I’m drooling thinking of Roasted Pumpkin Soup…

  299. Dona Perkins says:

    DEEFINITELY make smoothies and ice cream! :)

  300. Chelsea Torres says:

    I would try whole wheat pizza dough, because I’ve always wanted a bread maker and have had to deal with a plain old inefficient blender instead. This thing sounds like it does everything!

  301. The first thing I would make would be a smoothie! I haven’t had a blender in years (I killed my last one), and have so many smoothie ideas I want to try!

  302. Oh my word, I need a new blender SO badly!! I would probably make some kind of Fall soup first – like Butternut Squash Bisque!! YUM!

  303. So many soups! (and smoothies in the warmer weather) I would also love to try home made pizza dough as I have not attempted that yet. Oh, the possibilities are endless!

  304. fruit smoothie!

  305. I would make the soup. Sounds great!! Thanks!

  306. I would make my favorite apple leek soup. It’s AWESOME!

  307. Mercedes St. John says:

    I will make smoothies and nut butter

  308. Hmmm. . . I would make a vanilla bean milk shake to rival all Chick fil A milkshakes bwwaahhahahaha!

  309. I can’t wait to try this soup recipe! My boyfriend loves mushrooms and is also lactose intolerant.

  310. First thing I’d make in my Blendtec would be a big batch of margaritas!

  311. I would make Butternut Squash Soup :)

  312. Jessica Armstrong says:

    some type of smoothie….i’ve been trying to make a good green smoothie, but my blender leaves it a little too chunky for my liking.

  313. LAURA MANZANO says:

    I have wanted one of these in like FOREVER. Smoothies, Smoothies.
    Thank you

  314. Tabatha L says:

    I would make a peppermint milkshake if I could get my husband away from it. He LOVES smoothies!!!

  315. Ice cream!!

  316. Melissa Beal says:

    I would first try the chocolate banana ice cream…for me, ice cream always tastes better in cool weather

  317. The first thing I would do is a Pineapple Mango smoothie, best thing in the world so fresh and healthy… just pineapple, mango and icecubes

  318. I would make smoothies!

  319. Smoothies for my kiddos! Yum!

  320. Trina Brillhart says:

    Ooh, the perfect addtion to a busy mom and teenage daughter.

  321. I love smoothies and homemade vegan ice creams. I think this blender could give me some great chances at making those plus create something new!

  322. I would make my family’s favorite chili. I usually use a food processor to chop tons of vegetables until it is the consistency of ground beef, but this blender looks like it would do the job so much better!

  323. I would make smoothies and then pasta sauce! Thank you for the chance to win this! I killed my blender about a month ago and can’t afford to buy a new one yet!

  324. A nice fruit smoothy if during the day… a nice adult frozen beverage if it came while I was at work ;)

  325. I love the BlendTec blender – it’s so much fun to watch. I’d definitely make smoothies.

  326. I would have to make the Cream of Mushroom Soup….it is truly Fall time and a warm soup is just what the doctor ordered

  327. I want to try making this soup! I’m lactose intolerant too, but I down those pills like candy so I can still have dairy. But, I ALWAYS appreciate a meal where diary isn’t involved.

  328. bluejeancowgirl says:

    I would make a smoothy for my kids!

  329. That looks amazing! I would probably make broccoli and cheddar soup 1st, mmmm.

  330. The first thing I would do is make homemade baby food! I have a 19 week old sweet baby boy and we haven’t started solids yet but will soon and I have been wanting to make homemade baby food for him when he is ready for solids! So the BlendTec would be so wonderful to start making nutritious yummy food for his tummy!

  331. I would make a smoothie!

  332. We’d be making shakes and smoothies!

  333. I would probably mostly make smoothies….but I want to learn how to make soups and lots of other yummy, healthy foods!

  334. The Dairy Free Chocolate Banana Ice Cream sounds delicious!

  335. I would love to make some vegan smoothies! I have wanted one of these blenders forever.

  336. I’d make a great big chocolate milkshake. :) (My biggest craving this pregnancy!)

  337. Wow… I think I would make soup. I’ve been so ch-ch-chilly today that I can’t imagine wanting to make anything else!

  338. I would LOVE a Blendtec blender! My other one broke just recently and I have missed making smoothies most mornings :)

  339. Green smoothies!

  340. The first thing I would make in my new blender is a butternut squash soup from all the squashes I grew in my garden this year!

  341. I would make my protein smoothies, nut butter, hummus, and soup. Yep, all in 1 day! I would use it for EVERYTHING!!

  342. This blender sounds amazing! I think the first thing I would make would be a Strawberry Milkshake.

  343. a smoothie but soups sound interesting!!!

  344. The mushroom soup recipe looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it!

  345. The first thing I would make is dairy free, soy free cream cheese.

  346. The first thing I would make would be smoothies! I don’t have a blender now and I am always saving great smoothie recipes for whenever I do get a blender.

  347. It has been one of those days;). Based on that, the first thing I would make is some sort of blended alcoholic beverage. With fruit and sugar;).

  348. I want to try making a soft serve ice cream with it like I have seen online

  349. Melon Agua Fresca

  350. I would use it to make the base for my sweet potato and corn chowder!

  351. I’d make fruit purees for my weekend bellinis!

  352. Jessica Wilhite says:

    I have always wanted a Blentec blender. I would make smoothies, baby food & soups if I had the chance to win one!

  353. I’ve started experimenting with my own salad dressing recipes, so that’s what I would make first!

  354. i love having a great blender, it makes things so much easier!! The number one thing I make is cashew cheese! Its awesome and tastes great, if you havents tried it yet, you totally should make it! helps with cheese craving when you cant have them, but I almost thing they are better!

  355. Melissa Liddell says:

    An awesome fruity smoothie! :D

  356. Smoothies would be first!

  357. Smoothies! Non-chunky smoothies!

  358. Smoothies.

  359. Melissa C. says:

    Oh, one of the many recipes that I don’t make cause I don’t have a decent blender or processor. Pick me, please!

  360. Lora Reynolds says:

    I would make lots of things with a good blender! Pesto, soups, smoothies etc….I want one!!!!! Thanks for a great giveaway!!!

  361. I would make homemade Oreo Cookie Blizzards! YUMMY!

  362. I love making protein shakes!

  363. Those all look yummy! All I have is a magic bullet :/

  364. I would make cream of broccoli soup or try making my own nut butter.

  365. I would make homemade nut butters! Peanut, almond, pecan! Mmmm!

  366. Shelley H says:

    My ex got my blender and I so need a new one for smoothies :)

  367. Stephanie H says:

    I would make smoothies, salad dressings, hummus and a lot of other things that I can’t do with my current magic bullet and “old fashioned” blender….

  368. Smoothies, because my blender sucks and can’t even do a good job on that!

  369. I would make soup, smoothies, nut butter, and powdered sugar! I’m sure I would make much more later too!

  370. Krista Deitsch says:

    I would use it for smoothies and nut butters. MMMMMMMMMMMM!!

  371. smoothies!

  372. Lauri Clapper says:

    I would LOVE this! We have “food issues”, too – and kitchen tools are becoming increasingly important. I would make butters, ice cream, soups, pizza dough, and SO MUCH MORE! YUM!

  373. Yvonne Higgins says:

    I would love to make a creamy potato soup!

  374. First, would make a smoothie for breakfast…because my blender is terrible so I never use it. I think I would have to do the Diary Free Chocolate Banana Ice Cream next!

  375. My husband has to stay away from dairy too. Would love something like this to help me expand my recipes!

  376. Oh gosh. I would make a smoothie. :)

  377. Chocolate Banana Ice Cream

  378. Just tweeted it! :)

  379. The first would most likely be a berry smoothie. Mmmmmm

  380. Oh, I would find something new to make everyday :-)

  381. I would make yummy potato soup!

  382. your recipe sounds fabulous, but the first thing I would make is a spinach strawberry smoothie

  383. Dairy Free Chocolate Banana Ice Cream

  384. I would make lots of things! Probably a smoothie first, but I would also make nut butters, powdered sugar, salsa, and soup!

  385. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I would make fruit smoothies, I’m trying to start being healthy!

  386. I would make Margarita’s.. oh yea and LOTS of them ; )

  387. Sandra W. says:

    The first thing I would make is homemade frozen strawberry yogurt!

  388. Donna Barnes says:

    I would make copy cat frozen blender beverage recipes…my kids share my love for frappuccinos!! Well and I’d have to give pizza and bread dough a try as I have never heard of making them in a blender!

  389. I would make some smoothies

  390. I love making banana ice cream, but I never added chocolate. Will have to try that and the soup! It looks amazing!

  391. I would love to make smoothies and ice cream.

  392. I have been wanting a Blentec forever! I would make a green smoothie every single morning!

  393. Smoothies!!!

  394. Mary Beth Hunt says:

    I would make a frozen smoothie of frozen fruit, lemonade and vodka!

  395. The Blendtec looks so amazing, I could get rid of my smoothie maker and 35 year old blender. Of course it may be an antique soon

  396. Shethy Stuckey says:


  397. Rebecca Pettis says:

    The options are endless. Probably a refreshing cocktail.

  398. That chocolate banana ice cream looks amazing! First thing in my blender, maybe with a smidge of kefir for some zip. Has hubby tried kefir? Some lactose intolerant people can handle it because the grains eat almost all the lactose up :)

  399. Joyce Strawn says:

    margarita’s would be first !!

  400. Amanda Palmatier says:

    Oh, and I would make the dairy free ice cream!

  401. I would make fresh peach ice cream!

  402. Jackie Watson says:

    How about a Pumpkin smoothie? Sounds like a great beginning for this blender!

  403. I don’t know what I would try first!!! There are soooo many great options — probably the Homemade Oreo Blizzards or nut butters. I could make a new soup variation everyday! And with winter coming, I usually make soup four or five nights a week!

  404. I would probably make a smoothie since my husband loves fruit smoothies. During the fall/winter we have to rely on frozen fruit which gets hard to blend.

  405. I would make yummy super healthy smoothies!!!

  406. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes.

  407. I would make biscuits! We’re gluten free and finding it hard to bake with commercial GF flours. would be great to be able to mill my own flours!

  408. That is a tough question but I’d probably make something simple like almond butter or coconut milk. I’d be like a mad scientist with this thing! lol

  409. I would make our green smoothies *smooth*! :-)

  410. My choice would be full dairy milk shake but kiddos might talk me into a straw-banana smoothie, hubby would vote for a spinach smoothie. Guess we could play around and make them all!

  411. Peanut butter!

  412. shannon alexander says:

    I would make a green smoothie with pineapple lemon, lime, spinach and maybe a banana.

  413. I would definitely try both recipes you posted but would use it most often for smoothies!

  414. I would like to try the Mushroom and Wild Rice Soup…

  415. Having a blender like this would really simplify cooking for my family in so many ways!

  416. Heather Freeman says:

    SOUP! SOUP! SOUP! This would be perfect for my family’s “soup sundays” tradition… and maybe we’ll add in some homemade ice cream for dessert!

  417. Katrina Dauzat says:

    Oh my, I have looked at these blenders for a long time.
    Smoothies, Margarita’s, soups… You name it.. IT WILL BE MADE!!

  418. I would make strawberry smoothies for the kids.

  419. Jean Rhyner says:

    I would make smoothies and soups and ICE CReam Yummmm

  420. I would make smoothies and soups and almond butter…oh my!!

  421. I would make dairy ice cream for my daughter who had a dairy allergy!

  422. Some smoothies!

  423. Mary McCoy says:

    Call me unoriginal but I think that the dairy free cream of mushroom and wild rice soup recipe looks great and I would probably try that first.

  424. I’d make a smoothie. Something with fresh veggies and fruits. Plus some chocolate!

  425. Oh the things we could do!!!!

  426. Smoothies for sure!!

  427. Gosh, the possibilities would be endless with a blender like this!

  428. sukyee ng says:

    I would make smoothies.

  429. Probably a dairy free milkshake….yum!

  430. What I made first would depend on what time it showed up! I can think of something for every meal – including snacks – that I would use it for. I would definitely try the mushroom and wild soup though. mmmmmm

  431. Oh my, how I want one of these. Probably one of the first things I would make is peanut butter with honey roasted peanuts. It is amazing with apples!

  432. Peach smoothies. My son’s favorite!

  433. Smoother smoothies and greener ones than my current blender can handle!!

  434. A grain mill on a blender? Total awesomeness!:) Thanks for the giveaway!

    • Oops-I forgot to say that I would probably start by making the dairy free “ice cream”!:)

  435. We love smoothies… and we had a ton of nectarines this year, so probably a nectarine/orange smoothie. YUM!

  436. M. Middleton says:

    I would make a lot of smoothies for my sons and the chocolate banana ice cream sounds good too!

  437. I would start making smoothies using frozen berries. Also I’d like to try to make homemade almond butter – preservative free.

  438. Elisabeth T. says:

    The first thing I would make is peanut butter! Yummy!!

  439. Yum! Would love to make this soup! We also enjoy fresh fruit smoothies, so a Blendtec would be put to good use here. :)

  440. A green smoothie.

  441. I would probably make nut milk or butter of some kind, like almonds, sunflower seeds, or pumpkin seeds. Try a pumpkin cranberry smoothie with pumpkin seed milk. Oh, so yummy.

  442. An avocado smoothie :)

  443. I have been dreaming about upgrading to a better blender for smoothies and smooth soups (w/ lots of hidden veggies:))- But I had no idea it could do so much!!!

  444. Probably a smoothie to share with my kids!

  445. jennifer wexler says:

    i would make a smoothie

  446. I would make more smoothies, try new soup recipes, and try grinding my own wheat!

  447. A smoothie! We love our smoothies!

  448. We’d probably use it to make something chocolate! And a smoothie as well…

  449. Jessica Young says:

    We are a smoothie family!

  450. Since I make shakes for breakfast for Santa and I that would probably be the first thing I would make but I can imagine all kinds of cookies I could make using this amazing blender!

  451. Oh my gosh, i need to make that mushroom soup .. looks so delicious!

  452. shaunie wyatt says:

    Sproutmans Green Sprout Smoothie

  453. Thea Adamo says:

    We are big fans of Tomato Basil Soup. So that would probably be the first of a long list of ‘smooth’ foods! Perfect timing for soups with the weather changing.

  454. Nancy Risch says:

    I think the first thing I would make is a smoothie…or maybe a frozen margarita!

  455. The first thing would be a smoothie.

  456. Stephanie Ellis says:

    Margaritas! Our current blender just doesn’t do it right and leaves chunks of ice.

  457. jamey jeppson says:

    Smoothies, milkshakes galore!

  458. M Lanning says:

    The fall weather put me on the mood for pie, do I’d try pie crust first.

  459. I would probably try the dairy free cream of mushroom soup. It looks great!

  460. I would probably make the dairy free cream of mushroom soup. It looks great!

  461. Smoothies! My roommate gets married soon and is taking our (aka, her) blender with her.

  462. Beautiful!! would look great in my kitchen :)

  463. Jennifer I. says:

    Dairy Free Cream of Mushroom Soup

  464. I would make a smoothie! My blender won’t make them anymore.

  465. Baby food for little man and margaritas for me!

  466. I would make a smoothie!

  467. I would make a smoothie! Or a sorbet/ice cream!

  468. Dips and smoothies for us!!!

  469. I would probably make hummus! :D Yummy…then Ice cream for desert!!

  470. Melissa B. says:

    I would love to make smoothies with this blender!!!

  471. Hummus and smoothies for our fam!

  472. This looks delicious!

  473. I want to try the dairy free ice cream!

  474. Definitely banana smoothies! My son is part monkey and part ice cream-aholic. :)

  475. I like the idea of trying dough in this… or perhaps some pumpkin ice cream….

  476. Butternut Squash Soup

  477. milkshakes. i just made some for the kids and my blender burned up last week!

  478. Sonya McCleary says:

    The first thing I would make with this blender would be some pizza dough.

  479. Of course smoothies! Green and hot pink for breakfast every morning.

  480. Smoothies and pancake batter give our blender a workout.

  481. Homemade nut butters – almond, cashew and walnut – pure and simple without any additives, preservatives or transfats like the grocery store brands! Yum!

  482. Janna Berry says:

    I would make Butternut Squash Bisque in honor of this lovely fall weather!!! mmm:)

  483. Laura Swofford says:

    I would make the banana ice cream! And add in a little nutella, yum!

  484. I would make a chocolate milkshake (sorry Mr. Lactose-Intolerance)!

  485. I would make Potato Soup

  486. Jody Hill says:

    I’m thinking Banana, Chocolate & Peanut Butter ice cream for my lactose intolerant man! Ya’ll are making me drool over this lovely piece of machinery!!!

  487. Smoothies and margaritas! Yum!

  488. Jessica Woodruff says:

    I would totally make some kind of potato soup…yum!!

  489. Kelly in KC says:

    I love the “Orange Julis” type drinks but can never get my crushed enough to taste like that!

  490. green smoothie

  491. Heather S. says:

    I would make a hot cocoa frappe :) YUM!

  492. salsa!

  493. I’ve been wanting one of these for a long time!! Would love to make so many things with it!!

  494. teri pastorino says:

    i want to try the mushroom soup! dairy doesn’t like me any more – this looks amazing

  495. Natosha Zachary says:

    I would make butternut squash soup. And your mushroom soup looks yummy!

  496. vinda wagner says:

    please pick me!!! would LOVE this!

  497. I’d make the chocolate banana ice cream because my son has only ever had the sorbets because of his milk allergy. I’d love to give him something that was chocolate flavored for once!

  498. We would love to make lots of things. Like pizza dough and dessert.

  499. I would make the dairy free chocolate banana ice cream!!

  500. I would make ice cream

  501. Karen Lynch says:

    I would make a roasted tomato with basil soup.

  502. I’d make almond milk, then a smoothy and finally, icecream with bananas and coconut cream. YUMMY!

  503. Smoothies! And peanut butter banana chocolate milk shakes–yum!

  504. Oh my goodness! I love the Blendtec my parents have and would love one all my own! This is exciting!

  505. Erin Harris says:

    I would make smoothies and margaritas!

  506. I’d make the ice cream and potato soup!

  507. My boys and I love smoothies at the health club. It is a big treat. Would be wonderful to make our own at home. Chocolate peanut butter please.

  508. The chocolate banana ice cream looks delicious. That is what I would make first with it.

  509. Susan day says:

    I would make ice cream for my 2 girls.

  510. I would make soups and babyfood! My blender just broke; this would be splendid!

  511. I would enjoy making some pumpkin pie from our Halloween pumpkins.

  512. I would make homemade rice milk newsquick. Been dairy free a while now. Mine is more of an allergy. Home made nesquick is easy. Its sugar, cocoa powder, and salt. Put in blender. Yum.

  513. Kristen maddux says:

    Would have to try that recipe for chocolate banana ice cream

  514. I need a new blender!

  515. Stephanie says:

    I need a new blender. It is 19 years old and does not have very many buttons. Yikes!

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