Kavey Eats Froothie Optimum 9200 Blender Giveaway

Today we’re kicking off a celebration of National Vegetarian Week by giving away a truly fantastic prize – Froothie’s wonderful Optimum 9200 power blender, a boon for any cook’s kitchen.

Regular readers will already know how much I love my Optimum 9400, the predecessor model to the 9200. I’ve used it for all manner of recipes from energising breakfast smoothies to super silky custard bases that make the most delicious ice creams to fast, fresh and piping hot soups made from vegetables picked straight from the garden and allotment. And there is so much, much, much more on my list!

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Jungle Juice Sorbet

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Quick Courgette & Blue Cheese Soup

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White Chocolate Ice Cream

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Banana, Matcha & Prune Smoothie

You might also enjoy my rich, dense and dark power blender chocolate ice cream (perfect for fudgy ice lollies) or my butternut squash soup with bacon brittle (and a pumpkin seed alternative for vegetarians).

Optimum 9200 Next Gen Blender Giveaway

The Optimum 9200 next generation blender is a commercial-grade super blender designed for longevity, versatility and brawn. Stronger, faster and more powerful than a Vitamix, the Optimum 9200 is perfect for making amazing soups and smoothies, super silky dips, nut butters, ice cream and more. This is the best blender you’ll ever use and the last blender you’ll ever need. Once you try it, you’ll wish you’d had it all your life. A few features you’re going to love:

  • Crushes ice in seconds
  • Easy to use, with three speeds, three timer settings and a pulse button
  • 6 blade assembly creates a vortex that will suck your ingredients down and make blending a breeze
  • Super easy to clean and maintain by simply blending water in the jug at high speed

The Optimum 9200 retails for £429 but will be on sale for £349 during National Vegetarian Week. Visit Froothie’s website for details and don’t forget to enter “Special Ambassador Offer” on checkout for an additional 2 year warranty free of charge. Please use my affiliate link (here and in my sidebar) to support Kavey Eats.

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Entry to the giveaway is via Rafflecopter and we’ve provided lots of ways to gain extra entries and increase your chances of winning!

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Fellow Froothie Ambassadors are also giving away Optimum blenders and juicers – visit these sites to enter each giveaway.

You can also ncrease your chances by entering the Optimum 9200 giveaway on Facebook.

Kavey Eats received an Optimum 9400 blender from Froothie last year. I affiliate with and recommend only brands and products I truly believe in.

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315 Comments to "Kavey Eats Froothie Optimum 9200 Blender Giveaway"

  1. Scott Webster

    Thai Kang Jued Soup with Tofu, loads of fresh veg and rice noodles

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  2. Tracey Peach

    My favourite vegetarian dish is Vegetable Lasagne It’s so versatile you can add in any thing you like great for using up leftovers xxx

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  3. Petra Beck

    Palak Paneer – an Indian dish with Paneer cheese, spinach, onions, tomatoes and lots of spices. Yum!

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  4. Gill Bland

    I love the Nut roast the they serve at the Adam and Eve in Mill Hill. It’s definitely the kind of meal where you don’t feel like vegetarian is second class.

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  5. renna

    vegetables mixed into rice and stuffed into peppers and roasted is just delicious

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  6. PHILIP WRIGHT

    Parsnip and carrot hash cakes, use leftovers from a roast. Add onion if you like.

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  7. sandi

    Makhani dal is my absolute favourite veggie dish, rich, comforting and deliciously spicy.

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  8. Hazel Rea

    Vegetable bolognese – very versatile and can be used so many ways.

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  9. Andrew Petrie

    It’s a pasta dish involving broccoli, cauliflower, and fresh double cream. Very easy to make and very stodgy!

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  10. Alan Chung

    Roasted vegetables (aubergines, courgettes, red onions and baby tomatoes) stirred into couscous

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  11. Maxine G

    as a vegetarian, I have too many to choose from! My current favourite is fresh mint and lime flavoured cous cous with chickpeas and strips of griddled halloumi

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  12. Elaine Savage

    I love a chestnut loaf, served with all the usual roast veggies. A great celebration meal

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  13. debbie smith

    i love quorn curry with basmati rice delicious ! fab blog and giveaway x

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  14. liz denial

    As a vegetarian I have so many but my ultimate favourite is my own recipe vegetarian mexican chilli pizza

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  15. gemma brown

    I am a vegetarian and like to try new things . My favourite is butternut squash risotto

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  16. Edward Guerreiro

    I had Chilli Bean Tacos for the first time recently. I really, really enjoyed them.

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  17. Caroline H

    Mine is my Thai green curry with puffed tofu. It’s made from scratch, looks quite impressive and everyone seems to like it but it’s actually really easy to make.

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  18. Debbie Skerten

    Mushroom & spinach risotto is my favourite. It’s so creamy and delicious x

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  19. Helen Grayson

    Rice, spinach, herbs and a thick tomato sauce drizzled over it.

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  20. Melanie Gardiner

    Can’t beat a nice veggie curry, particularly when you’ve got your own home grown veg

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  21. Hilda Hazel Wright

    My favourite veggie dish is chilli con quorn, a recipe we made up to suit our tastes. We spend an afternoon making massive batches and filling the freezer! Its lovely!

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  22. Victoria

    I love to make (and eat!) butternut squash lasagne, it’s my favourite 😀

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  23. Sarah Fawcett

    I’ve recently invested in a spiralizer so at the moment my favourite thing is the Korean noodle dish made with courgetti

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  24. Nancy Bradford

    A bit naughty but I love fried green tomatoes with ranch dressing.

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  25. Lorraine Tinsley

    Roasted vegetables with goats cheese and sweet potato fries

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  26. Suzanne McC

    A curry with any veg, I especially love pineapple and cauliflower as a curry ingredient. A veg balti is a particular favourite.

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  27. Stephanie Whitehouse

    very slowly fried onions, peppers, garlic and aubergine stirred through pasta

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  28. tracy sinclair

    I love Cauliflower Cheese, more cheese than i should really x

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  29. Ruth Harwood

    We love Macaroni Cheese with a dash of Curry Powder to give it a little kick xx

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  30. PatsyMFagan

    Chopped tinned tomatoes added to some orange lentil, chopped onion and spices of your choice (Cumin, coriander and chilli for instance) cooked together with vegetable stock, then blitzed together to make a lovely thick and filling soup costing pennies 🙂

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  31. Suffs

    Courgette flowers and baby courgettes sliced with chard or other green leafy veg from the garden, softened in a little olive oil, with a little garlic, tossed into some tagliatelle (or other ribbon pasta) with some chopped parsley, grated stale breadcrumbs and parmesan. Delicious.

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  32. Lee Donovan

    Aubergine bake,

    Layered sliced aubergine, (oven cooked or better griddled) intersperced with a tomato and red wine sauce, and topped with a bechamel and a sprinkling of parmesan.

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  33. Sue Turner-Smith

    Mixed vegetable and bean soup. Any vegetables you have left, simmered in vegetable stock, with any tinned beans you like, eg butter beans, capellini beans, or a mixture.

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  34. Risha Tailor

    Okra in a spiced yogurt curry (khadi). This was my favourite dish growing up, and the first I learnt from my mum when I moved out!

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  35. Chris Andrews

    In celebration of National Vegetarian Week, tell me all about your favourite vegetarian dish. ……… leek and potato soup with fresh crusty bread

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  36. Liz B

    Anything with mushrooms – marinade portobello mushrooms in chilli oil then barbecue them – yummy !

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  37. Melanie Edjourian

    kale, banana, frozen raspberries and blueberries and some hemp seeds although doubt my dodgy blender will manage to grind down the hemp seeds 😉

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  38. Pip

    Wow what a whizzer.
    Love chilled soups in the summer and ice cream/sorbets so it would be perfect for those and a whole lot more.

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  39. Georgia Norton

    My fave veggie dish is veggie mezze! Pitta bread, hummus, falafel etc 🙂

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  40. Kathleen Gorman

    pease pudding, I make my own rather than buying the tinned stuff.

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  41. Christine Constable

    I love making a red thai vegetable and chick pea curry. I use a red thai curry paste and coconut milk and add whatever vegetables we’ve got on the allotment. My favourites are onion, butternut squash, carrots, kale, and fresh peas. I add the kale towards the end and let it wilt like spinach. I use tinned chick peas so these also get added towards the end of cooking.

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  42. Marta Smyk

    Vegan ramen noodle soup with Shiitake mushrooms, Bok Choi and fried tofu – spicy and creamy!

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  43. Natalie White

    I really love making three bean curry! My partner likes it with loads of chilli in it, too 🙂

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  44. Julia Wulff

    I love roasted aubergine coated in chipotle paste, garlic, cumin, orange juice and some other goodies in a Taco. It usually also includes pickled chillis, thinly sliced red onion and feta cheese.

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  45. Claire Davies

    Beetroot & Apple Risotto infused with thyme – scrummy and so lovely with a salad on the side!

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  46. Hina

    Without a doubt it has to be my mum’s spicy potato curry. with rice and yogurt. Delishballs!

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  47. Heather Haigh

    I love a good old fashioned nutroast, mine is made with hazelnuts and mushrooms, flavoured with tamari, marjoram and sage

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  48. Gilly C

    I love cottage pie made with meat free mince, carrots and baked beans. Lovely with chedar cheese melted over the top..mmmm

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  49. Mrs S W Lee

    I love butternut squash risotto, takes a while to make but absolutely worth it!

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  50. Corin Leach

    Hi Kavey,

    My fav vegetarian dish has to be a chickpeas titled ‘My Mother’s Chickpeas’, from a recipe book called Everyday Indian Food. It’s basically a recipe for Chana Masala, but I can’t get enough of it. Perfect with rice or roti. Sometimes I also fry some paneer to go along with it which is fabulous as well!

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  51. Kristyn Harris

    I love jalapeno pepper and cheese sandwiches because they are delicious and spicy : )

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  52. Frances Heaton

    I love all pasta dishes, there are so many variations which are so tasty. One of my favourites is Lasagne, made with quorn. Delicious.

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  53. Thomas McKinney

    I love chips, veggie mince with Linda McCartney butter squash pies

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  54. charlotte

    At the moment it is green lentil burgers. Super easy to make and really tasty – have even convinced my carnivore boyfriend they are good 🙂

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  55. Kerry Locke

    I love hot and spicy bean burgers wrapped in crispy lettuce with homemade tomato ketchup

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  56. Paula Phillips

    My favourite is the very plain and boring but tasty beans on toast.

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  57. Eleanor Powell

    Veggie chilli con carne -that I started making for my neices over 20 years ago!

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  58. Holly Boyd

    I love veggie shepherds pie. It has green lentils in and sweet potato on to. absolutely delicious

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  59. Mandi Davison

    Spinich, Paneer , Mushroom and Aubergine Madras …Yummy….Closed second is BBQ’ed Halloumi kebabs

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  60. Victoria Prince

    Home Made Vegetable Lasagne 🙂 My mum’s receipe which she has passed down to me, it’s amazing!

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  61. Pauline Dring

    Butter bean dish, My own recipe using onion, garlic, courgette, tomatoes, red pepper, sweetcorn and mushrooms.

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  62. Susan B

    My fave dish in summer is a gigantic salad with usual and unusual vegetables smothered in homemade honey french dressing.

    My fave dish in winter at home is cashew stir fry but if I go out I love a chef-prepared mushroom risotto.

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  63. Claire Long

    Veggie curry.
    I’ve been vegetarian for over 20 years and have lots of favourites but that is for dinner tonight so I’ve gone with that as my answer!

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  64. Susan Pringle

    We’re all vegetarian in my house. Tonight we had tacos using quorn mince.

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  65. Alison Macdonald

    Anything with red lentils and garlic ( my favourite is meat free bolognese, using lentils) 🙂

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  66. Alexandra McGahey

    My favourite vegetarian dish at the moment is Mixed Bean Enchiladas with sour cream on the side. I like it a bit too much actually!

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