When I find something I like, it’s balls to the walls, no turning back. and yes, I said it. Even after my husband told me not to. BALLS. TO. THE. WALLS. Okay, I’m done.
Mr. nutrient police, my husband thinks its borderline unhealthy.
Ben: “you need to practice moderation”, “you need more variety”, “you’re going to become allergic if don’t stop”
Oh hello there nutrient police.
Yeah, I will eat or drink it until . . . 1. I find something else. 2. I find something else/better
I’ll have this mid-morning or later afternoon. It’s been a daily ritual this past week.
I’d be going strong, but I’m heading out of town tomorrow. Already looking forward to it when I return, unless there’s a new one.
Let me just tell you, this is one delicious way to get in your daily greens.
I almost feel just as healthy looking at it as I do drinking it.
Speaking of healthy, I’m giving AWAY one FREE spot ANNNNNNND one spot 1/2 off to our next Group Health Coaching session this week. Session starts Jan 25th – all over the phone & private online community.
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Spiced Pear Smoothie
- 5-6 ice cubes
- 1 cup almond milk, or milk of preference
- 1 pear, peeled and diced – about 1 cup
- 1/2 cup Kale, stems removed and cut or torn into pieces
- 1 tablespoon fresh ginger
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- pinch of nutmeg
- drop of vanilla extract
- pinch of stevia for added sweetness – or honey or agave
Add ice cubes and milk to your blender and pulse a few times or choose option “crush ice”. Then add in the rest of your ingredients and blend until completely smooth.
Pour yourself a big tall glass and enjoy!
Tip: Peel and chop pear(s), put them in a ziplock or airtight container and freeze. This will help make your smoothies extra cold.
[Inspired by the Guilty Kitchen]
January 16 2012