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A smoothie is a thick and creamy beverage made from raw fruit, vegetables, and sometimes dairy products that has been blended to a smooth drink, hence the name.
A smoothie is a thick and creamy beverage made from pureed raw fruit, vegetables, and sometimes dairy products (e.g. milk, yoghurt or ice-cream), typically using a blender. Smoothies may be made using other ingredients, such as water, crushed ice, fruit juice, sweeteners (e.g. honey, sugar, stevia, or syrup), whey powder, plant milk, nuts, nut butter, seeds, tea or chocolate.
8 organic vine tomatoes
2 large organic red bell peppers
1 organic zucchini
2 or 3 onion slices
8 large organic celery stalks
1 teaspoon flax seeds
1/2 teaspoon dulse flakes
1 tablespoon chili powder
dash of cayenne pepper
1/4 avocado (optional to thicken)
Using a blender...
1 1/2 cups cold water
1/2 small head red cabbage, quartered and frozen (about 4” in diameter)
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 banana, frozen
2/3 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt
First, break up the frozen cabbage with your hands and puree with water in a high power blender.
1 cup cabbage
1 kiwi – peeled
1 cup milk or water – you can also use almond milk
Ice as needed
Blend in your blender until smooth.
I love smoothies, they are especially refreshing on a hot summer day, but a chocolate and cinnamon smoothie is nice during winter. My two favorite smoothies are banana-strawberry and banana-passion fruit. What is your favorite? I like smoothies with avocado, is there an unusual ingredient that...
I've been trying to make something that is healthy, affordable and delicious. I think I would enjoy something strawberry but I don't like bananas at all. This makes it difficult I think since the bananas make it thick. Maybe I could put yogurt in it to make it thicker and more like a shake...
Coconut Milk – about 1/4 cup(Cow's milk will suffice)
Raw cream – about 1 tablespoon
Pinch of sea salt
Lemon juice – 1-2 teaspoons
2 raw egg yolks
Raw ham* – 1 tablespoon, finely chopped
*the fresher the better. Do not use anything over a week old.
Add all ingredients, except the egg...
1 cup milk
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons brown sugar
8 cubes ice
In a blender, combine bananas and milk. Pulse until bananas are chopped. Pour in water and brown sugar. Blend until smooth. Toss in the ice cubes and blend until smooth. Pour into 4 glasses and...
Ok. In the interests of science, I finally made this recipe Potassium Blast (Egg Plant Smoothie). I thought my efforts (beyond the call of duty!) deserved a new thread. Anyway, I was surprised to find that its not anywhere near as horrible as I thought it might be. In fact, its quite pleasant...
one cup of almond milk
one small aubergine (UK-speak). In North America, "eggplant".
Agave nectar to taste (not truly raw, and optional)
Blend to your hearts content. Drink it cold.
The recipe (as above) comes out with a taste that reminds...
I recently went dairy-free to see if it will help with my hormonal cystic acne. The downside of dairy-free... well no more dairy (duh); i.e. no more cheese, no more yogurt, no more milk anything! However, there is a plus side which is the new opportunity to discover all of the alternatives in...
Strawberry Mango Spring Smoothie
Makes 3½ cups
1 cup coconut milk
1 banana, peeled, sliced, and frozen
1 mango, skinned and chunked
5 large strawberries, hulled
Combine ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.
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I'm a big peanut butter lover and grew up eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Use to pack up sandwiches for school and even would eat them regularly in my teens. Now, that I am a bit order I've come to find out that I hate peanut butter smoothies. I'm not sure if it is the texture or the...
I bought a blender a whilr ago with the intention of making veggie smoothies and getting more greens in my diet.. but i found it hard to acquire the habit of doing it every day just because of the inconvenience of cleaning, washing the veggies choppjng them in small pieces etc..
Noe ive found...
I used to make an smoothie that was flavoured by fruit only because I put blackberries or summer fruits in it.
The recipe was as follows (no wheat).
Small pot of yoghurt (dairy free)
ground oats (does not need many)
ground nuts or seeds of your choice
honey/sweetener/dates as required
I really want to get into smoothies etc because I don't get through enough in the way of vegetables and nutrients in the course of my day. Problem is I can't stand fruity tasting drinks, and vegetable smoothie recipes are all about "It just tastes like strawberries/oranges!". Anyone have tricks...
I usually just throw a random bunch of ice, yoghurt/milk/ice cream, frozen fruit and honey(if required after tasting) into a blender to make my smoothies. My ingredients mainly depend on what I have lying around at home. I find mixed berry ones quite good, and also kiwifruit, pear and orange...
I tried this the other day, don't laugh. It happens. I had coffee that I didn't feel like finishing, I wanted something cold, but I didn't want to eat anything. Answer? Get out the Pineapple sherbert and think. While looking at the two items, I got a great idea and talked with some friends over...