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So Fresh, So Smooth

Catch the blend of some of my favorite smoothie recipes!

When making smoothies; I add leafy greens first, followed by frozen cauliflower (or smaller frozen pieces), then banana (if there is any) and, liquid to cover the frozen goods. As with anything make it to taste. Off seasoned fruit may not be as sweet – add a little honey or date sugar (it is pure dried dates, tons of health benefits with this powerful sweetener)

Coffee Date

Handful of baby spinach and/or kale

1 Frozen banana

¼ cup frozen riced cauliflower

steeped dates (2 dates, pits removed)

vanilla oat milk

favorite cold brew or chilled coffee

Mango Madness

1 Frozen banana

1 cup frozen Mango

half an orange, peel removed

coconut water and or coconut milk

Chocolate PB

1- 1 ½ Frozen Banana

¼ c riced cauliflower

1-2 Tbl PB fit (Depending how peanuty you like it) Or regular Peanut Butter

2 Tbl of cocoa powder (or for extra chocolaty flavor add half a pack of hot cocoa)

Vanilla Almond milk

Fruit-Tea smoothies

tea is a great add in for smoothies, often containing many vitamins and antioxidants

I keep a variety of herbal teas on hand. H enjoys them hot or iced.

Green Goddess

Ice green tea ( I add honey to the tea after I remove the steeped bags; while it is still warm so it blends into the tea instead of sitting like sludge on the bottom of the pitcher – Or you could make a honey simple syrup by boiling honey and water down ( 2:1 ratio) and keeping it in a little squirt bottle)

Handful of Baby spinach and/or kale

½ cup Frozen Mango

1 Frozen Banana

¼ cup Frozen chopped apple

Georgia Peach

Iced herbal Peach and Lemon tea (melted honey)

1 cup Fresh or frozen peaches

1 frozen Banana

¼ cup of Ice

Berry BeauTEAful

Mixed berry Iced green tea (melted honey)

1 cup Blueberries

¼ cup Raspberries

1 banana

½ cup Mango

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