Ingredients 1 cup Frozen Blueberries (plus extra for topping) 1/2 cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats 1 cup Milk (any unsweetened milk) 1 teaspoon Alcohol-Free Vanilla Extract 1-2 tablespoons Pure Maple Syrup, Honey or Agave
Ingredients: 1. 1 Mango (Minus the centre seed) 2. 1 Cup Yogurt (Preferably made at home) 3. 1 tablespoon of Honey (Or stevia) 4. 1 sachet Flax Seed Powder (Or Chia seeds) 5. Quarter cup Rolled Oats 6. 1 teaspoon Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 7. 1 Red Chilly 8. 1 small piece of ginger (1/4 the size as shown in the image) 9. 2-3 mint leaves 10. Crushed Ice
Ingredients ½ cup strong brewed green tea ¼ cup coconut milk 1 cup pineapple (frozen) 1 unripe banana (frozen in quarters) 1 large grapefruit (peeled, chopped, and frozen) 70 g spinach, frozen (you can use fresh, but the smoothie won't be as thick) 4-5 large ice cubes 10 g plain whey protein (or favorite protein powder)
1 ripe, frozen banana 1 ripe nectarine, pit removed (skin left on) 8 fresh strawberries (stems removed) 1/4 cup coconut butter, softened (I recommend this brand) 1/4 tsp ground organic cinnamon (I use this kind) 2 TBSP Great Lakes Grassfed Gelatin (in the green can) (find it here)
"I've had this idea rolling in my head for a few weeks now, and when a huge package of chicken tenders made their way into my Costco shopping cart...well, that's a lot of chicken so it was bound to happen. This was a huge hit with the family. The chicken is nice and crisp and flavorful, and the dipping sauce is fun and healthy made with greek yogurt and all. I love making chicken strips for dinner because the require very little prep. Just coat and toss them in the oven. And no one ever complains about them. Everyone at the table is always a fan. This chili-lime version has a nice zippy flavor that gives a nice twist on your standard strip. Utilizing both lime juice and lime zest is the key here. " http://bit.ly/1qv4tZL
INGREDIENTS 1 large handful each of fresh spinach and kale 2 spears of pineapple 1 small banana (preferably frozen) ¼ cup plain non-dat greek yogurt 1 cup coconut water 1 handful of ice 1 tbsp chia seeds
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