Breakfast time! Chocolate Layer: 1 frozen banana half a banana 2-3 spoonfuls of avocado chocolate pudding (which I also made!) 3 dates a spoonful of peanut butter coconut water Strawberry Layer: 5 strawberries half a banana half a frozen banana … Continue reading
I heard oats in a smoothie was a thing now so I decided to try it out. It didn’t add a whole lot of flavor but it was a lot more filling than an oatless smoothie so I’ll give it … Continue reading
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SLURP SLURP SLURP
I see a belly looking at me. I love smoothies. Today was probably not the best weather day for a smoothie but that’s what blankets and heaters are for, right? Blend up some: Blackberries Frozen bananas Coconut water (from a … Continue reading
I actually made something I found on pinterest. That almost never happens. This raw vegan shake is from Rocki’s Rock’n Blog.
It looks like dessert and taste like dessert but let’s call it breakfast. I think I’ll be making this all until my blender gives out. That or I die of brain freeze.
Here are the directions from Rocki’s blog:
2 very ripe frozen bananas
1 cup pure coconut water
1 Tbs protein powder
1 Tbs hemp seeds
vanilla bean or 1 tsp vanilla
1 cup ice
Blend the above. Pour half or more of this vanilla mixture into a tall glass and leave the rest in the blender.
Add 1 Tbs or more of cacao powder to the remaining mixture in the blender and blend briefly until combined. Pour slowly on top of the vanilla mixture. I garnished mine with coconut and cacao nibs, but you can garnish any way you want or not.
Note: if you do not have very ripe bananas and/or like it more on the sweeter side, simply add sweetener of choice in Step 1.
*I’m totally going to make this again (many times over) and throw in some peanut butter.
SLUP SLUP SLUP
Remember that time (all those times) you skipped breakfast because you can’t find the time in the morning to get something in your belly before you head out? Well have I got a solution for you. Do it NOW! Smoothies are a go to raw breakfast. Just chop up everything you’ll need (which will take you all of 1 minutes to peel and slice a banana and cut the tops off a few strawberries). Throw it in your to go cup and pop it in the fridge.
In the morning all you’ll have to do it add your liquid of choice (today was fresh young coconut water, which if you’re cutting that sucker up in the morning you probably won’t save any time at all haha. Just use OJ, or a non dairy milk!
SLURP SLURP SLURP!
It’s not from Kristina’s site. But it’s raw! (well i used almond milk from the store…is that raw?)
3 big strawberries
and handful of each:
blueberries, raspberries, blackberries
1 stick of celery
OJ and almond milk
* made 32oz of this. I need a bigger glass!
Day one started off OK. I had to run to the restroom a lot after about 45 oz of that juice. Lunch was a big salad and that was delicious. I didn’t really plan ahead and just drank juice for dinner and that left me feeling crappy. I’m going to plan now for dinner and hopefully it will start to get easier pretty soon.
Thanks for all the support, friends! Let me know if you’ve tried raw and how it went for you!
SIP SIP SIP!!!
I’m smoothie experimenting. I threw in a bunch of things and this was the delicious result!
1 large banana
4 pitted dates (I warmed them in a bit of water in the microwave so soften them up before blending)
1 spoonful of peanut butter
1 spoonful of cocoa powder
a small splash of vanilla
a small scoop of coconut butter
enough almond (or any non dairy milk) to almost cover the other ingredients
Blend and SLURP SLURP SLURP!
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I cam across this Huffington Post article and this post is definitely #4 on the list.
I always make smoothies for breakfast but decided to try out a few of the recipes in the NurtiBullet book. I’ll admit it was just OK. Nothing like my usual all fruit smoothies. It grew on me and it was filling; I drank half for breakfast and half for predinner dinner. I never though of adding seeds and nuts to my smoothies, when did that become a thing? I was in pain from being so full from my smoothie yesterday which had mega nuts and seeds.
This smoothie was from the Brain Blast section of the book.
The Think Drink
1/2 one steamed sweet potato
2 tbs chia or flax seed
water to MAX line
I am a fan of oatmeal and like to make big pots and portion it into jars to eat throughout the week, but as of late I find that I have been making too much and not finishing it. I found this single serving of baked oatmeal on angie and james do stuff who adapted the recipe from chocolate-covered katie. It was sooo good and I can eat all day everyday but this filled me up really fast (with the smoothie too).
So here is my go at the oatmeal along with a refreshing watermelon smoothie (and I HATE watermelon but this was delicious!)
Preheat oven to 220°
1 small banana, mashed
1/2 t ground cinnamon
1/8 t ground nutmeg
1/8 t of salt
1/4 t vanilla
Just under a Tablespon on vegan sugar 1 t chia seeds 1/2 cup old-fashioned rolled oats 1/4 cup milk of choice. I use vanilla almond milk
Mash your banana until it’s not lumpy
add all ingredients except oats and milk.
mix together with a fork
add oats and milk and mix again
pour into ramekin (I’ve been looking to use that thing!)
bake for 20 minutes and CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP
Now you have some time to clean up and when you have a few minutes of bake time remaining you can make your smoothie!
No measuring here, dudes, smoothies don’t play by the rules.
Watermelon (more of this than the berries)
Almond Milk (or whatever you prefer)
Directions: BLEND! I like to blend everything then add the crushed ice and give it another quick blend so the ice doesn’t get too small and melt.
Just a quick time smoothie- you can really add anything and it will be good but you already knew that…COME ON!
Over ripe bananas are perfect for smoothies or baking! Frozen bananas also are wonderful for smoothies just slice them first and make sure they don’t touch when you freeze them, maybe spread them out on a plate.
Everything you’ll need!
- Found this at Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco but check health food stores, the should have it too.
- It’s a green powder.
- Obviously you can drink it but sometimes I like to put it in a bowl and top it with Grape Nuts and or shredded coconut.