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Optimum 8200 Durable Multi Extractor Blender – £349 £229 (SAVE £120) | The Range
This sleek, silver blender by The Range has a generous 34% off this Cyber Monday. With free delivery, you can get this blender well in time for Christmas.

Callisto 600W 4 Speed Blender with Coffee Grinder – £79.99 £44.99 (SAVE 35) Robert Dyas
Stainless steel cross blade, non-slip feet, chrome dial with LED, glass jar, and stainless steel base. Not forgetting 4-speed setting and pulse function. An impressive model.

Portable Blender Personal USB Rechargeable Juice Cup £21.99 , £18.69 (SAVE £3.30) | Amazon
Once you’ve mixed your smoothie with this blender, it also serves as a bottle so it’s great for drinking on the go. Simply pop a straw in, and you’ve got a quick and easy smoothie. This compact blender is great if you’re short on space, and its ideal for making tasty juices, smoothies, shakes in a flash.

Blendtec Black Friday / Cyber Monday blender deals

Bosch is a good choice insofar as it offers hand blenders at different price points. You can splurge and spend £44.99 on the Bosch ErgoMixx MS6CA4150G Hand Blender at Argos – down from £69.99, it’s a saving of £25 – or opt for the cheaper but still well-rated Bosch MSM6B150GB Hand Blender at John Lewis, which costs just £20.

Ninja 3-in-1 Food Processor with Auto-IQ BN800UK – £199.99 £129.99 (SAVE £70) – Argos
Create anything from dips to drinks, doughs to desserts with this 3-in-1 food processor, multi-serve blender, and personal blender.

Where can you find the best Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals in 2021?

Sage SBL920BSS the Super Q £599.95 £399 (SAVE £200.95) | Amazon
This brushed stainless steel blender comes with a 2400 watt motor and 12 speed settings so it’s powerful enough to blend natural nut butters, nut & bean milks, fresh cocktails, fine milled flour, creamy dips, rich sauces, zesty dressings and freshly ground spices.

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KitchenAid products also come with either a 3 or 5-year guarantee. This means you can purchase the product safely in the knowledge that it’s meant to be built to last.

Cyber cake seeds

Eat your greens . broccoli cheese soup. Photograph: Matthew Boyer/Getty Images

I stole this recipe from a friend of mine. Marinate tofu in cajun spices and a bit of oil, then bake in the oven. Meanwhile, stir-fry asparagus, sliced spring greens, baby sweetcorn, mangetout and mushrooms. Warm some wraps in the oven, then load them up with hummus and your preferred chilli sauce, as well as the veg and tofu. So delicious! Hanna Cesek, massage therapist, Buckinghamshire

This cake has passed the vigorous “visiting non-vegan children” test with flying colours. Preheat the oven to 180C. In a bowl, stir together 190g (1½ cups) plain flour, 94g (¾ cup) sugar, 2 tsp baking powder, ¼ tsp salt, 1½ tbsp poppy seeds and 62g (½ cup) almond meal (or finely chopped almonds). Add 94g soy milk, 2 tsp orange extract, the zest of 1 orange, 32g (¼ cup) olive oil and egg substitute equal to 1 egg, then stir together gently until just mixed. Pour into a lightly oiled 20cm (8in) cake pan and bake for 25-30 min, or until a toothpick comes out clean. Make an orange icing using icing sugar and some of the orange’s juice, then spread over the cooled cake. Simon Perry, cyber-sales trainer, New South Wales, Australia

Nut pie

Sweet as a nut . crema catalana. Photograph: NataBene/Getty Images/iStockphoto

No rubbery cheese here . homemade pizza with peppers, mushrooms and courgette. Photograph: Kristina Blokhin/Alamy

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Finger on the pulse … lentil soup, here garnished with parsley. Photograph: Nadia Borovenko/Alamy

Pear crumble

I used to love eating eggs, so I was ecstatic when I found this recipe. Take a pack of firm tofu (Cauldron is good), squeeze out the excess liquid, then crumble it into small pieces in a bowl. Add 1 tbsp vegan mayo, ½ tsp turmeric powder, some black pepper, 1 heaped tsp horseradish mustard or dijon mustard and 1 tsp kala namak (black salt). Mix together, then add half a punnet of cress. Use to make vegan egg mayo sandwiches that will fool any egg eater. Katy Clough, Cheshire

This recipe is easy. Carrots, celery and potatoes are essentials, but I also like to add all kinds of vegetables, in particular leeks, onion, peas, spinach, sweet potatoes and courgette. I chop all the vegetables and cover with cold water in a saucepan, then add salt and let it simmer. When the water boils, I add barley or mixed grains (some of them require soaking in water overnight). Cooking time is usually about 50min. I like to serve it with a drizzle of olive oil and sliced crusty bread. Valentina, Liverpool