hmmm. sounds like something i'd like to try *note:"...Red Mango exact recipe is as follows: 2 heaping tablespoons of peanut butter Half to three-quarters of a banana 4 heaping tablespoons of chopped strawberries About 5 to 6 ounces of liquid yogurt (you can use a combo of plain yogurt and almond milk or regular milk for the tanginess of the yogurt)"
Alright. Here is a banana pudding smoothie for ya from a Kraft recipe. Thing is, I'd alter it a bit. I'd try it without the cereal flakes and I'd see if I could add a few carrots or a small bit of cabbage to it without it altering the flavor. If done right, you can have veggies in it without tasting them. Plus, if you are like me and need something that will last you for several hours, adding some cabbage to it will do the trick.
Happy Sunday everybody! Inspired by a friend I made my first ever green smoothie this morning! It was soo good! How do people live without this?! I'd like to share this quick and delicious recipe with you: 1 banana 2 cups baby spinach 1 cup grapes 1/2 cup water 1 drop Young Living Lemon essential oil Go and try, beautiful people! Please don't hesitate to contact me, should you have any questions! YL#2897104
Kale Smoothie If the idea of a kale smoothie makes your gag reflex spasm, I do understand. Until very recently, I’d be right there with you, running for the bag of refined sugar. But then I tried this recipe, and not only is it tolerable, it’s good. I especially appreciate the license I feel it’s given me to eat like crap for the rest of the day.
One of the best tasting ways to get the health benefits of amla and papaya into your diet is to mix amla powder and antioxidant rich papaya into a superfood smoothie. I’ve been making up different variations on the recipe below to start off my day for quite a while now. It’s been one of the best things I’ve ever done for my health and I’d really recommend trying it for yourself. You’ll need a good blender for some of the ingredients ahead but it’s a great way to have some very healthy foods…