View Full Version : Green Smoothie Help!
08-04-2007, 01:01 PM
Need help making my first green smoothie... :D
This is what I currently have in my fridge:
sweet corn (4 ears)
What, if any, combination of those do you think would make a good, yummy green smoothie? And how much of each thing should I put in? Any other recipes that pop into your head when you look at that list?
Thanks in advance!
08-04-2007, 01:07 PM
For your first smoothie, keep it simple.
Lemons-if you want
Water, if no or little lemon juice
08-04-2007, 01:18 PM
I agree! That sounds like a good green smoothie. And not too much spinach, you can always add more if you like. Taste it, then if you can't taste the greens, add more. I make ONLY green smoothies I will drink and that taste good. I'm not "forcing" anything down that tastes nasty.
You can "butter" your ears of corn with your avo. The baby carrots, celery and mushrooms make great veggie dippers - they go real good with the Raw deviled egg "egg-less" spread recipe.
08-04-2007, 01:20 PM
Here's the link for the recipe:
08-04-2007, 01:23 PM
Thanks so much for the suggestions! I'm going to make the smoothie today. I've done the corn on the cob with avo thing--and it's delicious! I'm just trying to stay away from whole corn kernels right now while my digestive system is still recovering.
I have everything for the Deviled Eggs except for the dry mustard. I guess that's a pretty important ingredient though, huh? LOL.
08-04-2007, 01:28 PM
Not really. I've made it minus that and it tastes pretty good...the dry mustard really gives that kick though!
I'd throw in 1/4 of the avo to make it Creeeeamy -:D
me like creamy.
08-04-2007, 02:52 PM
I just made it (without the avo, didn't get the reply in time lol, that's ok I'm sure I'll find SOME use for it!) and ended up having to add some dates because it wasn't sweet enough. Oh and I lied, I had blueberries, not raspberries. So it ended up being
It's yummy! But very seed-y. It's cooling off in the fridge right now. :)
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