For many people, a meal will never be complete without a fantastic dessert. However, not many of us are prepared to create desserts from scratch, because we fear that we might not be able to perfect the process, so buying store bought desserts is the option we have left. Good thing there are these food processor dessert recipes that are very easy to follow, and easily accessible online.
A Sample Food Processor Dessert Recipes
Food processors allow many people to create delicious and heartwarming desserts from scratch. Through this single kitchen tool, making desserts can be so much fun, and exciting as well. Not to mention, people who are watching over their diet and weight can benefit from making their own deserts too, since there are a lot of healthy recipes that you can try, like the ones that are low in sugar and calories.
If you have a food processor at home, you can easily create desserts of all kinds. In fact, there are a lot of recipes to try, and a lot of them does not have complicated steps, so you will not have a hard time creating delicious desserts that you can be proud of.
To give you an example, here is a quick and very easy to do pumpkin bread, which is perfect for this Halloween season.
To create this wonderful food processor recipe, what you have to do is to mix all dry ingredients well, and then slowly add the wet ingredients portion by portion. For example, when adding the eggs, do it one egg at a time. The same process goes when it comes to the pumpkin. Add the pureed pumpkin portion by portion, to make sure that it is well blended. Try not to process your ingredients too much, because doing this will just affect the consistency of your batter for the bread.
Once done, get your greased pan, and pour over your mixture. Top it with nuts before baking. Let it bake for at least 1 hour and 15 minutes. Poke a toothpick at the center of the bread. If the toothpick is clean after poking, it indicates that your bread is cooked thorough not only in the outside, but in the inside as well.
Let your bread cool on a cooling rack before slicing. You can serve this bread with cream cheese, jam, or anything you want.
When it comes to the recipes using a food processor, you surely want to get a collection of healthy food processor recipes. This allows you to always have healthy foods that you can make quickly for yourself and your family.
There are a number of recipes that you can add to your recipe book that will ensure that you can improve your diet. You can use these on a regular basis since they are all relative quick and easy to make.
Immune Boosting Shake
To make this healthy shake, you need the following ingredients:
Three peeled tangerines.
One halved and peeled grapefruit.
One cup of water.
Two halved and peeled kiwis.
One tablespoon of dried goji berries.
One cup of ice cubes.
Use the following directions to make this healthy shake:
Put the ingredients into the food processor in the order that they are listed
Run the ingredients through the food processor until you get the desired consistency
Best Blended Salsa
To make this salsa, you need to collect the following ingredients:
20 ounces of canned tomatoes.
One seeded jalapeno pepper.
One bunch of cilantro without the stems.
Pepper and salt to taste.
One quartered and peeled white onion.
One can of chipotle chile pepper.
Two tablespoons of adobo sauce.
One quartered and peeled lime.
Use the following directions to make this healthy salsa
Pulse your food processor until you get the consistency that you desire
Place in the refrigerator and chill for approximately one hour
Breakfast Burrito Food Processor Recipes
Breakfast burritos are popular, but they are typically not healthy. Make a healthy one with the following ingredients:
Four egg whites.
One-half of a cored green pepper.
One-half cup of cooked black beans.
5 tablespoons of a Mexican cheese blend.
One-fourth of a small peeled onion.
Olive oil spray.
One whole grain tortilla.
Four tablespoons of fresh salsa.
Use the following directions to make this breakfast burrito:
Put the onion, pepper and egg whites into your food processor in the order listed above.
Chop these up finely.
Put the olive oil in the pan and then turn on the stove to a medium-high heat.
Put the black beans and egg mixture into the pan and cook it fully.
Place the mixture onto a tortilla with your salsa and cheese.
Butternut Squash Blast Recipes Using a Food Processor
Collect the following ingredients to make this healthy shake:
Two and one fourth cups of peeled, oven-roasted and seeded butternut squash.
One-third cup of shelled walnuts.
Three teaspoons of turmeric.
Three-fourth cup of ice.
Two and one fourth cup of unsweetened almond milk.
5 tablespoons of organic maple syrup.
5 teaspoons of cinnamon.
Simply place all of the ingredients into your food processor in the order that they are listed and blend until smooth.
Now you have a number of healthy food processor recipes that you can pull out any time that you need something quick and simple to make. You can make small alterations to these if it will make the food more tasty for you.
Just make sure that if you do choose to make substitutions that you are mindful of the ingredient amounts so that everything turns out okay.
You just got a brand new food processor and it is sitting up on your kitchen counter sparkling and waiting for you to use it. Now comes the big question: What should I make with it first? Well, you are in the right place. Below you will find 25 food processor recipes that will knock your socks off and make you wonder why you didn’t get a food processor sooner.
Healthy No-Bake Brownie Bites
Sarah, over at Making Thyme For Health, posted this delicious no bake brownie recipe. The recipe is made up of walnuts, dates, coconut oil, cocoa powder and hemp seeds. It is simple to make in your food processor and the end result is delicious and healthy brownie bites. They are a great way to satisfy those late night chocolate cravings with out any refined sugar. As an added bonus, these detectable treats are vegan friendly and gluten free.
Tip: Make a double batch of these and freeze the extras for a later time.
Beth wrote this awesome blog post about how to make a caramel apple cheesecake tart recipe that she found in Southern Living magazine. In this recipe she sliced her apples by hand, but you could save some time by slicing them in your food processor. This recipe encompasses all of those comforting fall flavors that we love so much. The ginger snap & Pecan crust to the caramel apple topping, each bite is a little bit of heaven.
Tip: Keep an eye on your tart crust to get that perfect golden brown color.
Marcia recently posted this star spangled berry hand pie recipe on her blog, Flavor of The Moment. These are so cute and perfect for all of those patriotic holiday parties. While, these little pies still have some sugar, they are packed full of antioxidants from the strawberries and blueberries, so you can feel good about indulging just a little. A food processor makes whipping up the delicious crust for these pies quick and easy. These little pies are perfect for a party or to freeze and throw in lunch boxes on busy mornings.
Tip: Experiment using different types of fruits and berries.
Julie, created this jaw dropping red velvet Oreo truffle recipe and posted it on her blog, The Little Kitchen. The recipe is easy to follow with step by step instructions and a video. To make the inside of the truffle a food processor is used to chop up Oreo cookies & mix in the cream cheese. These are then rolled into balls, covered in rich red velvet cake mix, and dipped into decadent milk chocolate. Talk about decadent! They make a perfect treat for the holidays.
Tip: Use reduced fat cream cheese to save on calories.
Sonja and Alex over at A Couple Cooks blog created this delicious and nutritious garlic rosemary white bean dip recipe. It is perfect to take a long to holiday gatherings as a yummy and healthy alternative to traditional dips. You will want to make sure that you have your food processor on hand and precook your beans. White beans are very healthy. They are full of molybdenum which helps to activate detoxifying enzymes in our bodies. Serve this dip with cup up carrots and celery for a healthy alternative to traditional veggie tray dips.
Brenda cooked this delicious savory squash soup and cranberry relish recipe and wrote about it on her blog, A Farm Girl Dabbles. If you’ve ever been to Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant, you know that their squash soup is to die for. This recipe came from the Wolfgang Puck website. Not only is this dish beautiful, the taste is extraordinary. This is perfect for a holiday party or a nice fall supper.
Tip: Be sure to discard the seeds prior to roasting the squash.
Jen, over at Beantown Baker made this delicious pumpkin puree recipe using her food processor. This recipe could not be any simpler to make and the results are outstanding. To make this you simply roast the pumpkin and then puree it in your food processor. This puree can be used to make a variety of pumpkin treats such as: pies, cakes, and tarts. It can also be used in fresh fall soups.
Tip: Be sure to use the puree within 1 week to prevent it from spoiling.
Amber showed us how to make this amazing peach raspberry pie on her blog, Bluebonnets and Brownies. The crust is made up of pecans, rolled oat and brown sugar and comes together quickly in the food processor. It is the perfect crust for this great summer pie. The pie filling is made of fresh peaches and strawberries. It is a divine combination of sweet and tart. Amber added some raspberries to her pie, but blueberries or black berries would work just as well, or you could just stick with the peaches and strawberries.
Tip: To cut down on sugar, you can use Splenda or Truvia as a replacement.
Preparation Time: 45 Minutes + 2 Hours of Refrigeration
Brandi, over at Bran Appetit posted this white bean and garlic hummus recipe recently and we are just smitten. Hummus is a great treat snack to have around the house, the kids love it and it make a delicious and healthy snack. Using a food processor, hummus can be made in a very short amount of time with only a few ingredients. This garlic hummus is like heaven for your taste buds, so you will defiantly want to check this recipe out.
Tip: Be sure to rinse your beans and chickpeas prior to adding them to the food processor.
Stephanie posted this fantastic fig pistachio tart recipe on her blog, Desserts For Breakfast not too long ago. These little tarts are delicious and healthy and can be made in a fairly short amount of time when using your food processor. For this recipe, Stephanie uses a ginger jam. It really is the perfect compliment to this decadent tart.
Tip: Make sure to use plump and ripe figs.
Preparation Time: Approximately 60 Minutes + Cooling Time
If you don’t live in the north eastern United States, perfect lobster rolls are hard to come by. Joanne, over at fifteen spatulas really nailed it when she made these delicious fresh lobster rolls with herbed potato chip dust. The herb and potato chip dust really makes the flavor in lobster rolls pop. Making the dust was simple to do with the help of a food processor. The combination of the dust, fresh lobster, celery, lemon and chives is incredible. This one is sure to be a new family favorite.
Tip: Choose the freshest herbs you can find for the best flavor.
Glory, creator of the Glorious Treats blog, posted about her husband’s favorite dessert recipe, cream cheese pie. This pie is fantastic. It is rich, creamy and delicious. Pretty much everything that a cream cheese pie should be! A decadent combination of cream cheese, lemon juice and sweetened condensed milk fill a simple graham cracker crust. Watch out, because this one isn’t really diet friendly, but it is oh so good! It is quick to put together, but it does need to set up for a couple of hours in the refrigerator.
Tip: Use your food processor to make graham cracker crumbs for the crust.
Ali over at Gimme Some Oven recently wrote about this delightful roasted red pepper sauce in her blog. This is simple to make and comes together nicely in the food processor. It keeps well in the fridge for up to a week, so you can defiantly make this ahead and have it on hand for quick week night dinners. Simply boil some pasta and dinner is served.
Tip: Check out your local farmers market for fresh peppers.
Baked Sweet Potato Falafel with Cilantro Yogurt Sauce
Shelly at Vegetarian Ventures came up with this fantastic baked sweet potato falafel with cilantro yogurt recipe. This is a great recipe for summer time, when you want to keep things on the lighter side. It also makes a great lunch year round. A food processor make whipping up the cilantro yogurt sauce a breeze. This is a fantastic vegetarian recipe that puts an American twist on the classic falafel.
Tip: Make sure to keep plain Greek yogurt on hand for a variety of different sauces.
This pan fried onion dip that Sarah, over at The Vanilla Bean Blog, made is so amazing. It is perfect for parties, pot lucks or just a quick snack to have on hand. This one is great, because it pleases both vegetarians and carnivores alike. It all comes together in the food processor in no time. Perfect for those days when you are pressed for time.
Tip: Add a bit of cayenne pepper for a spicier version of this dip.
Courtney, over at the Fig Tree Blog posted this fabulous Vegetarian Tourtière. This is a classic Canadian dish that is to die for. Be warned, if you make this one for your family you will be making it often. The recipe combines veggie ground, potatoes and a variety of herbs and spices in a ramekin. It is then topped with a savory pastry pie crust.
Tip: Be sure to chill the pastry dough for 30 minutes
Chickpea, Cauliflower + Old Bay Veggie Burgers W/ Vegan Cashew Lemon Mayo
Laura over at The First Mess posted this chickpea, cauliflower + Old Bay veggie burgers w/ vegan cashew lemon mayo recipe and we are giving it two thumbs up. The Old Bay flavor makes you feel like you are eating a burger on an ocean pier and the vegan cashew lemon mayo add a nice twist on the classic ketchup and mustard.
Tip: Make up your patties ahead of time and freeze or refrigerate until you are ready to use them
The fabulous Ashlae, over at Oh’ Lady Cakes posted this double chocolate almond butter trail cookie recipe that is fantastic to make using a food processor. They are rich, crispy, healthy and overall a great snack or dessert. The almonds provide a fantastic crunch with just a hint of sweetness from the chocolate. These are perfect for packing for a long hike They also make a great addition to any lunch box.
Tip: Keep your food processor blades sharpened for chopping hard nuts.
Valentina wrote about this amazing pumpkin puree soup recipe in her blog, Hortus Cuisine. This simple pumpkin puree soup recipe is so easy to make, Your food processor practicals does all the work for you. There are a variety of ingredients that you can add to dress up the soup including lentils or rice. This classic pumpkin soup is perfect for chilly fall nights.
Tip: Check on the soup often to make sure that all of your liquid hasn’t evaporated.
Sweet Potato and Lentil Gnocchi From the Homemade Flour
Kathryn, over at the London Bakes Blog made this mouth watering, gluten free Sweet Potato and Lentil Gnocchi . We don’t have enough great things to say about it. The delicious sauce is made up of basil, garlig and pine nuts. It all blends up beautifully in the food processor. It can be difficult to find a good gnocchi recipe, but this one has the perfect taste and texture.
Stephanie posted this fantastic round twenty olive oil flat bread recipe in her blog, Girl Versus Dough. The bread melts in your mouth and you will want to eat every bit of it right away. It makes a perfect side, but is also great to make flat bread pizza’s or sandwiches. It is nice and crisp and the flavor is spot on. With the help of the food processor this was very simple to make.
Tip: Oven temperatures vary, so make sure to keep an eye on this flat bread.
This creamy hummus topped with shakshuka recipe was provided by David & Luise in their blog, Green Kitchen Stories. This dish is perfect for breakfast or lunch. In Israel it is often made a a breakfast dish. Their creamy hummus is really some of the best we’ve ever made and the shakshuka is absolutely fantastic. The food processor does most of the work for the hummus, and the rest is very easy. You will fell like you have traveled to a far away land when you eat this dish.
Tip: Make sure to puree your chick peas until they are nice and smooth.
This pumpkin seed pesto recipe is brought to you by Heather at Flourishing Foodie. She really hit the nail on the head with this one. This pesto is packed full of fall flavors and is super nutritious as well. Pesto is great to have on hand for a quick snack with crusty bread or to use in recipes. Did you know that you can freeze pesto as well? Although when we made this one there wasn’t any leftover to freeze!
Ashley over at, Edible Perspective created this amazing lintel rice veggie loaf recipe and we have to say, she did a fantastic job. This meatless veggie loaf is packed full of flavor and nutrition. You’ll want to have your food processor handy for this one, because it just makes chopping all the herbs and veggies easier. Prepare to awaken your taste buds with this flavorful vegetarian veggie loaf.
Tip: Use your coffee grinder to grind dried rosemary.
Annie, created this incredible chocolate truffle tart recipe. This tart is absolutely heavenly. It will be such a hit with your family that we guarantee there will not be any leftovers. It is perfect for celebrations, parties, or just because. Use your food processor to create this delicious chocolate tart shell, and then add the divine chocolate filling. Your family, friend and belly will thank you!
Tip: Do not substitute the heavy cream for milk. The cream is what gives this tart it’s amazingly creamy consistency.
When you have a food processor, you want to have some excellent Ninja food processor recipes ready to go. This ensures that you always have something delicious ready for guests when they drop by and that you always have something good to cook for those last minute dinners.
When you have a Ninja Food Processor, there are a number of quick and easy recipes that you can quickly prepare using your food processor so that you always have something tasty just a short distance away.
To make this tasty dish, you need the following:
Two large eggplants
Four tablespoons of fresh lemon juice
Three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
Ground pepper and salt
Two garlic cloves
Four tablespoons of flat parsley
Two tablespoons of plain yogurt
One-half teaspoon of ground cumin
To make this dish, use the following directions:
Grill the eggplant until it is soft and then scoop the flesh out
Mix all of the ingredients together and then put into a food processor until pureed
Serve with raw vegetables and pita bread
Mexican Black Bean Soup
To make this dish, collect the following ingredients:
One tablespoon of olive oil
Four cloves of peeled garlic
Two cups of water
One-fourth cup of prepared buffalo sauce
One small chopped onion
30 Ounces of undrained black beans
One-half cup of prepared salsa
To make this dish, use the following directions:
Heat the oil and then add the garlic and onions to saute for approximately three minutes. Then add the rest of the ingredients.
Go to a low heat and continue to cook for approximately 10 minutes
Cool half of the soup and then blend it until it is pureed
Stir the puree in with the other half of the soup and then reheat it to serve
Chunky Kale Guacamole
This is a great side dish and it requires the following ingredients:
Two chopped garlic cloves
1.5 cups of kale
Three tablespoons of chopped cilantro
One medium chopped jalapeno pepper
One tablespoon of lime juice
One-half medium chopped shallot
Three tablespoons of olive oil
Three tablespoons of chopped parsley
Three peeled avocados
Pepper and salt
Make this recipe with the following steps:
Put a tablespoon of olive oil and the garlic, kale and shallots into the food processor and puree.
Add in the parsley, cilantro and jalapeno and process until smooth.
Put this all into a mixing bowl and mix in the remaining ingredients.
Hazelnut Chocolate Pumpkin Dip
To make this dish, collect the following ingredients:
One-half cup of chocolate hazelnut spread
Eight ounces of cool whip
One-half cup of pumpkin puree
To make this, put all of the ingredients into your food processor and pulse it about five times. Chill the mixture in the refrigerator for about an hour. When serving, serve with fresh fruit or a variety of crackers and pretzels.
With these ninja food processor recipes, you can make small substitutions or additions, depending on your preferences and any special dietary needs that you might have. Just be mindful of the amounts and make sure that any substitutions are in the right amounts to make sure that the recipe turns out as it needs to so that it is tasty and so that it cooks properly.