This fig smoothie is a creamy, sweet one - a perfect treat instead of dessert. What You’ll Need to Make this Fig Smoothie Recipe: 5 figs, roughly chopped (preferably fresh ones but since figs are in season only during the summer/fall you can use dried figs instead) 1 cup blueberries 1 cup greek yogurt 1 teaspoon honey 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup crushed iced Step 1 and Final
What You’ll Need to Make this Tangerine Smoothie: 1 large tangerine, skin peeled, membranes removed and then chopped (if you don't peel the membrane, your smoothie will have an unpleasant stringy texture) 1 mango, chopped 1/4 cup carrots, chopped 1 peach, chopped 1/4 cup water or orange juice 1/4 cup crushed ice Step 1 and Final Step: Add everything to a blender and blend away!
It's Tuesday and that means another smoothie is in the works. Today's fix is the tropical smoothie. Loaded with tropical fruits and such, it tastes like Hawaii in a glass. I include macadamia nuts in this recipe because they are a great source of fiber and blend really well with these fruit flavors. This is my daughter's favorite and I always make her one when I pick her up from
All hail the kale! I have been on a kale binge for a while now, it's my favorite leafy vegetable because it's loaded with vitamins and all kinds of goodies and easy to turn into a salad with some olive oil and easy peezy lemon squeezy lol. I came up with this kale and quinoa salad recipe a couple of years ago when I was trying to stay away from