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Making the Perfect Desserts using Your Food Processor

Unleash your food process’s potential by using it to make some yummy, healthy homemade desserts that you have been craving. Amazing desserts can not only satisfy your cravings but can also make your meals memorable and can greatly help in pleasing someone.  Using your food processor for making desserts could tremendously reduce the time and effort required for making desserts. So take out your food processor and try these recipes which are as easy as a pie!

Blackberry, Coffee, and Cheese Cake

Blackberry, Coffee, and Cheese Cake

Begin with adding quarter cup sugar, two tablespoons flour, eighteen oz. cream cheese, and an egg in the food processor and pulsing until a smooth texture is achieved. You have the cream cheese filling ready now. Set it aside and wash the bowl and then add ¾ cups sugar and 2 ¼ cups flour to it and pulse. Then add pieces of butter (3/4 cups) to the mixture and pulse till coarse crumbs are formed. Take out a cup of the mixture and add half cup sliced almonds. Add half teaspoon baking powder, half teaspoon baking soda, quarter teaspoon salt, quarter cup sour cream, half cup vanilla yogurt, one teaspoon almond extract, and an egg to the remaining mixture and pulse in the food processor until a uniform mixture is formed. Put this mixture in the baking tray, then add the cream cheese filling over it. Next, spread blackberry preserves over it and then sprinkle the crumbs and sliced almonds mixture to it. Bake it for forty minutes at 350 degrees.

Frozen Fruit Yogurt

Frozen Fruit Yogurt

Mix 3 ½ cups of the desired fruit (peach, berries, etc.) and half cup sugar in a food processor until they are coarsely chopped. Next, mix half cup yogurt and a tablespoon of lemon juice and add slowly to the food processor via its feeding tube while the appliance is on. Process until the mixture becomes smooth and creamy. Your frozen fruit yogurt is ready to be served immediately!

You can also prepare fruit yogurt for your little ones using the food processor in the same way. For more food processor recipes, visit http://choosefoodprocessor.com/

Watermelon Sorbet

Watermelon Sorbet

Boil half cup sugar and ¾ cup water in a saucepan till sugar is dissolved. Then simmer for five minutes at low heat and let it cool at room temperature for nearly 45 minutes. Refrigerate it for an hour while covering the mixture. Process six cups seeded watermelon chunks and two tablespoons lemon juice in the food processor until a smooth mixture is formed. Sieve the mixture to remove tiny seeds and then whisk in the sugar syrup. Pour this mixture to a pan and freeze till the formation of ice crystals at the edges. Stir these crystals to the center and freeze again. Repeat this step at every twenty minutes till the mixture is completely frozen. Serve the yummy watermelon sorbet in chilled dishes!

Chunky Peach Popsicles

 Chunky Peach Popsicles

Using your food processor, coarsely chop 1 ¼ pounds ripe peaches. Set aside a cup of them and add one lemon’s juice, quarter cup fresh orange juice, and quarter cup sugar to the remaining mixture and process until smooth. Add the chunky peaches that you have set aside earlier and quarter teaspoon vanilla extract. Put the mixture in the pop molds and freeze for nearly an hour. Then pop in frozen treat sticks and further freeze for another hour. Yummy chunky peach Popsicles are ready!

All these amazing recipes just require a food processor and a few ingredients. You can even buy the baby food processor under $100.

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