I haven’t posted in a while because I have been busy with my 3 month old and 3 year old daughters. I also started designing a book and doing some other freelance design work so trying to do all that plus housework and family time leaves me barely any time to keep up my blog. I still make as much food from scratch as I can for my family and when I have time, I take a photo and post it to my instagram account. I say where the recipe came from or I post a recipe there directly. It is faster and easy for me to keep that up. I am going to try and keep this up as much as I can though because a big reason I have this blog is for me to have recipes saved that we like.
I made this Chocolate Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie this morning. It is a combination of a couple different recipes I found. I have a feeling I will be making this one a lot.
This smoothie recipe was on my facebook feed this morning under a post for “19 Healthy Snacks For Kids”. All of the ingredients sounded so good so I made it. My 2 year old liked it even though she saw me put spinach in it!
I saw this smoothie recipe on Simple Green Smoothie’s instagram feed the other day. It sounded so good and I happened to have frozen peaches and blackberries in the freezer. I would recommend using fresh fruit for more flavor.
This is one of my favorite smoothie recipes because it tastes like a milkshake. I don’t even taste the spinach. The recipe is from Simple Green Smoothies. I highly recommend their website if you’re interested in green smoothies. I follow them on instagram and they always have great ideas.
I drink a green smoothie almost every weekday morning. I am used to the bitterness of some of the greens so the more greens the better for me. If you are new to green smoothies it’s probably better to start with a small amount to get used to it. Spinach is a good one to start with because it doesn’t have a ton of flavor and the fruit masks it a lot. Continue reading