This amazing delicious, incredibly versatile winter green smoothie recipe uses pears, apples and bananas, and works amazingly well with every leafy green I’ve thrown at it. So far I’ve tried spinach, chard/silverbeet, arugula/roquette, kale, bok choy, chicory, collards and chinese broccoli. Amazing.
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My latest green smoothie is SO thick that it really deserves to be called a "Green Ploppie". I've developed this technique for making as many green smoothies as humanly possible in one go. Getting 2.5L of smoothie out of a 2L jug? That's efficient.
I'm currently exploring ways to eat sauerkraut that don't involve hot dogs. So I paired wholegrain brown rice with a couple of tablespoons of sauerkraut and a grated apple. I call it "Brown Rice with Sauerkraut and Apple". Delicious, healthy and filling. Yum!
Rich, moist, crumbly raw chocolate cake, smothered in creamy avocado chocolate frosting. Decorated magnificently with homemade coconut rainbow sprinkles. Bring this masterpiece out at a birthday party and knock their socks off!
This raw applesauce pudding is basically pureed apples, with some shredded coconut, cinnamon, hemp seeds, activated sunflower seeds and a couple of chopped dates. Easy, sweet and gentle on the belly.
I never thought I'd enjoy drinking parsley in a green smoothie. But this parsley pear green smoothie has a sweet, gentle, amazing taste that reminds me of cinnamon. Amazingly delicious!
One of my favourite snacks when I was growing up was a plate of dates, apples and cheese. This raw, vegan, organic alternative combines Botanical Cuisine's walnut cheese with sticky medjool dates and slices of crisp sweet apple. Be warned, these are addictive.
This raw raspberry cordial juice tastes just like genuine raspberry cordial to me, and with any luck, it will to your kids as well. And it’s so quick and easy to make. Just carrots, apples and a hint of beetroot.
Even though I haven't drunk coffee for over 10 years, I swear this juice tastes just like a mug of sweet coffee. The earthiness of the carrots, combined with the sweet of the apples, the salty of the celery and the bitterness of the kale create a flavoursome, comforting way to start your morning. And there's no side-effects. Except an awesome buzz.
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~ Nikki, Eating Vibrantly