Did you know that there are a million and one things you can make in a blender? I have a few small appliances that I can’t do without and this Kenwood Pro Blender is one of them.
Isn’t she beautiful?
I bet you’re wondering where you can buy one and I’m super excited to be relaying this exclusive news to you. Ready?
HomeSense is hosting their Privé Event this month. Yes, you heard right. This is where you (and I) will have the opportunity to shop a stunning collection of statement pieces for your home including a treasured selection of small appliances which are soooo reasonably priced!
The event launches on March 23rd and ends on March 29th so you need to mark it down in your calendar because you HAVE TO GO. I CAN’T WAIT!
Just a quick note, HomeSense Privé is only available at select locations. For more specific information on this event click on the link above to get the whole scoop.
Now, can we talk about this recipe?
As you may know, I love making my own salad dressings. Especially if they look LIKE THIS↓
I mean, come on.
I have to admit that lately my food color theme has been bright and cheerful. When it’s such a pretty addition to a recipe, who can resist thinking pink?
In this recipe, I used my new blender and imagination for a quick, healthy dressing that literally took me a few minutes to make. Oh, and I’m taking blackberries to another level here by infusing the dressing with fresh herbs and Greek yogurt. Boom, just BOOM!
Creamy, dreamy, and SO gorgeous. And, it tastes as good as it looks, which always is an extra bonus.
Trust me. Just trust me. This is going to make the 2017 best dressed list.
- 1 cup fresh blackberries
- ½ cup white balsamic vinegar
- ½ cup avocado oil (can use any dressing oil if you don't have avocado)
- ½ cup zero fat plain Greek Yogurt
- 2 tablespoons pure maple syrup
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- 1 tablespoon each fresh thyme & tarragon, finely chopped
- Blend your blackberries, balsamic vinegar, oil, yogurt, maple syrup and sea salt. Puree well until all the ingredients are combined.
- Pour mixture through a fine sieve to extract the blackberry seeds.
- Whisk in fresh thyme and tarragon then chill dressing until ready to serve over salad. Makes about 2½ cups.
*disclaimer: This post was sponsored and product was provided by HomeSense Canada. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #myhomesense