Green Gobblin – Smoothie

October 17, 2014

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*Note the carved pumpkin in back ground. Here is what it looks like now. Gnar.

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chia yum

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little sick boy – getting some fruit and veggies

Green smoothies are all the rage these days, and we love them! Its such a great way to get greens into picky eaters diet. There are a million recipes out there, you can experiment the combinations on your own – find what everyone in to house loves, and work in some things they may need.

I made this easy “Green Goblin” recipe for my sick little boy. I focused on Vitamin C, the needs of my little sicky, and keeping it spooky green. Some fruits and vegetables; strawberries or carrot juice, will definitely change the color. This recipe is super simple. Enjoy.

Click the jump below for the Recipe

“Green Goblin”

1 cup *Coconut and Almond Milk, Unsweetened (any type milk will do – if you use a sweetened version, skip adding any extra sweetener)

1/2 cup water

2 cups lightly packed dark leafy greens (today I used spinach. Sometimes I use a super greens mix)

– Blend NOW! Lots and lots of high speed, puree setting, blending! Nobody (meaning kids) like chunky greens in their smoothie.

now add fruit

1 cup frozen pineapple bits – high vitamin C (thank you Trader Joe’s for making life a little easier)

1 frozen banana

2 tablespoon honey (subsitute 2 teaspoons agave)

add more water if it gets too thick

That’s it!

Have fun with your own additions and flavor.

We add a scoop of vanilla rice protein, chia seeds as a topper, and Mama likes to add (after serving the kids) some fresh chopped ginger, for a kick and metabolism booster.

*Coconut milk contains lauric acid, antimicrobial lipids and capric acid, which have antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. Yay.

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