this is a great smoothie, thick and creamy. my husband loves it, i think the kids would like it too.
we named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. so good!
this is from nancy campbell from above rubies magazine. "the chlorophyll in greens combats tumor growth; it works on the adrenal glands, purifies the lymph nodes, unclogs the arteries and enriches the blood. it protects against radiation. chlorophyll is
jamba juice, abc7.. same drill. note you can use sherbet instead of sorbet. the limeade is from the frozen juice isle with the oj and lemonade.
from a jamba juice in chicago via the abc7 recipes.
since i serve this is very large glasses i have listed at two servings, you may divide into as many servings as you wish, make certain to use very strong coffee for this --- this is very good!
chock full of the comforting and down-home country taste of berries! freeze your fresh berries before using, or use frozen ones purchased from the store if they're not in season! :)
this is the delicious green smoothie recipe that i make and serve at my vita-mix sales demonstrations. it always "wows the crowd" when something that is so bright green tastes so surprisingly delicious! it is designed for a vita-mix so i don't know how
you will be singing that song from the 70's all the time you are drinking this great tasting, healthy smoothie! make sure you get some little paper umbrellas!
i love coffee but i have come to accept the fact that coffee just does not love me back (headaches, upset stomach, etc.) sooo, this is the recipe i reach for when i need a healthy pick-me-up in the morning. it is peanut buttery, and slightly chocolatey.
this recipe was pulled off the internet.
this is very quick so make it if that is what you want. i made it up for a late night snack. amounts are approximate.
i saw recipes that included milk like an orange julius, but it was a night when i wanted something cold and tart and didn't want to use the blender so i just got some orange juice and crushed ice and there was a slushie!
yet another smoothie/milkshake experiment gone well. yea, i love cottage cheese, you can tell.
a healthy orange drink that provides 2 servings of vegetables and 3 servings of fruit. i made this up in an attempt to get my 5 a day without cooking. hope you enjoy!
get your fruits for the day with this orange, apricot, pineapple and banana breakfast smoothie. you will feel like the sun burst inside of you, it is perfect for those mornings when you have to rush around, its refreshing, tastes good and is energizin
easy, easy recipe for kids to make and the kid in us adults
since i've been on a smoothie kick, i wanted to make another one using berries. if you want you can use frozen or fresh berries. i use frozen. add more honey if your berries are tart.
made up with ingredients i had to use in the fruit bowl & fridge, toddler dd was most impressed!
a healthy breakfast smoothie naturally sweetened by the date and banana.
a chocolate smoothie with a hint of banana.
a delicious smoothie created by the herbaceous curvaceous honeys for zwt8. you can make this with or without the bailey's. you'll love it either way
i could eat millions of these smoothies you haven't lived until you tried one of these.
rich as in taste, but not high in fat! substitute rice milk or soymilk for the cow's milk if you want. from the january 2006 issue of quick and simple. *have not tested yet.
twist on the indian classic drink, this sweet and aromatic lassi is a sure shot ‘beat the heat’ drink! the fresh strawberries celebrate the summer and rose water adds to the uniqueness.
less than a minute and you're drinking a better breakfast. from www.menshealth.com.
this recipe came from a book called "the abs diet"
this is a creamy satisfying smoothie for breakfast or as an afternoon treat! cooking time is blending time.
i decided to create this as an afternoon pick me up. its made from ingredients i had on hand. *note: cooking time is blending time.
as a lark and a nice afternoon snack i decided to create this fruit smoothie as i wanted a non caffeinated pick me up. *note: no cooking time.
i had some left over coffee from my morning brew and decided to make another smoothie recipe. *cooking time: is blending time.
i'm on a smoothie kick currently and these were ingredients i had on hand. makes a refreshing beverage for a hot summer's day. enjoy!
a decadent after dinner or dessert cocktail, yum!
a creation with leftover fruit. add more yogurt if you like it thicker, more ice cubes if you like it slim. i used reduced cal ingredients, but made it again for my cousin and used regular and it tasted just as good.
a beautiful licuado from mexico guaranteed to quench the summertime heat. from the border cookbook as published in our local paper. cook time is chilling time.
this is a tasty way to have that oh so addicting pina colada.
my sugar free and much less expensive version of the ever popular smoothie! i got tired of paying $5 or more for one smoothie. you can change the fruits around to suit your taste. the combos are endless! i've also used peaches, raspberries, and mangos
"packed with bananas and strawberries, this treat-in-a-glass hits the spot for breakfast or as a between-meals pick-me-up." cooking time is blending time.
there are a lot of us out there having just fruit in the morning, somersizers, fit-for-lifers, or just plain fruit enthusiasts. i have this smoothie several times a week. i change the ingredients depending on the season. the recipe should make two serving
from: "complete home bartender's guide" by salvatore calabrese. "the name means "happiness" in italian. this drink is refreshing."
a frozen non-alcoholic drink your family will enjoy. for best results freeze fresh bananas ahead of time. recipe from my daily moments website.
tofy, soy milk, yogurt and almond smoothie. approved for phase 1, phase 2, and phase 3 of the south beach diet.
an easy, home made alternative to dairy.
this has a wonderful flavor and is lf.
this recipe came from cookingchanneltv.com by bal arneson. i changed it up a little to be paleo friendly.
anyone who likes smoothies should try almond milk - not just those who are trying to avoid cow's milk. almonds are extremely rich in protein and iron, even more so than red meat (so i've heard). that's why we sometimes call this a "steak shake." it's so y
easy, simple and nutritious.
this recipe was found in the 2010 cookbook, smoothie heaven.
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