Smoothies, Juices and other Drinks

1.        Make enough for at least 2 days.  Keeping plenty of green smoothies on hand is a sure way to make sure your family is getting the nutritional value and calorie consumption they need.

2.      You can accompany or begin any meal with a green smoothie

3.       Have more on hand during the day

4.      An easy ratio for green smoothies is about 60% fruit to 40% vegetable.  Use water to smoothen out consistency, if needed.  Children usually prefer sweeter and smoother smoothies: less greens or add dates, strain for the texture sensitive or add more bananas or avocados.

5.       The less ingredients the better!

Apple Kale Juice

Basic Green Smoothie Recipe – for all seasons!  (Variations: “More Greens Please!” Strawberry Smoothie with 50% more GREENS undetectable by kiddies and hubbies! and Very Cherry Smoothie)

Berry Spirulina Smoothie

Creamy Orange Juice

Creamy Plantain Green Smoothie

Creamy Spinach ‘n Orange Juice

Flavored Water

Fresh Mature Coconut Milk

Grapefruit Cilantro Juice

Holiday Smoothies

Holiday Thick, Creamy and Frothy Chocolate Milk

Living Limeade – you can substitute lemons too

Orange, Cucumber and Celery Juice

Orange Soda Pop – a raw alternative to Fanta or Sunkist or even those Airborne Effervescence

Our Pirate’s Smoothie – a treat especially after a day at the beach!

Pineapple Ginger Lemonade – great for popsicles too!

Raw Apple Cider Tea – for when the family has a cough

Raw Lemonade

Raw Hot Chocolate

Rejuvelac

Strawberry Ginger Lemonade – great for popsicles too!

Sun Tea

Wheatgrass Orange Juice

Yummiest Raw Coconut Milk Ever

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2 Responses to “Smoothies, Juices and other Drinks”

  1. blending a paleo smoothie January 26, 2014 at 10:21 pm #

    Saved аs a favorite, I like your blog!

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