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SMOOTHIE RECIPES Courtesy of David Exon

Banana-Berry Smoothie

Preparation time: 5 minutes Serves: 1

Soy milk turns this fabulous classic smoothie into a creamy treat.

Adding soy powder boosts the protein to 23 grams.

1 medium banana, sliced and frozen –
6 strawberries, frozen
(or try a similar amount of another berry, like blueberry, raspberry or cherry) –
2 tablespoons of frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed –
1 cup White Wave Silk Vanilla Soymilk In blender

Combine banana, strawberries and orange juice concentrate.

Add White Wave Silk Vanilla Soymilk and blend until smooth and creamy.

Serve immediately. Per serving: 170 calories; 5 grams protein; 2 grams total fat (0 grams saturated fat); 36 carbohydrates; 0 cholesterol; 45 milligrams sodium; 3 grams fiber

High protein variation:

Follow the recipe, but increase White Wave Silk Vanilla soy milk to 1 1/2 cups and add 1 cup White Wave Silk Strawberry soy yogurt and 2 tablespoons of soy protein powder.

Smoothie Headache Cure

The following smoothie recipe and variation are said to be not only healthy in a general sort of way but also as a cure for migraine headaches. I don’t know whether that’s the case or not, but I’m sharing the information because the smoothie tastes great (if you like spinach and pineapple, that is).

Pineapple Spinach Smoothie
Take a chilled 6 oz. can of pineapple juice, put into blender. Add a handful of washed, chilled spinach, and blend until smooth. Tastes delicious and is loaded with calcium, protein, and lots of other goodies.

Variation: take a can of chilled pineapple chunks and add spinach in a blender until thick. Add juice of pineapple to a consistency that you can drink. Drink a large glassful and lay down. The migraine should go away or at least lessen. That is an old remedy and I don’t know if anyone has ever heard of it or not.

Vegetarian Protein Shake Recipe

In a blender, combine the following:

2 bananas
1 tsp of bee pollen
1-2 Tbs of honey, or sweeten to taste
1/2 whole lemon — rind, seeds, and all
6 walnuts
Strawberries, when available

Put all the above in 1/2 to 2 cup water, depending on how thin you like your drink. Then blend it all to the desired consistency.

Healthy Avocado Smoothie Recipe

1 medium or large ripe avocado
1 1/2 cup fresh pineapple
1 Tbs honey
1 1/2 cup orange juice
2 tsp lime juice (optional)
1/4 tsp coconut flavoring
2 ice cubes

Peel and slice avocado and pineapple into small chunks. Crush ice with the orange juice. Combine with rest of ingredients and puree in blender until smooth.

Healthy Nut Milk Shake
If you’re a Dairy Queen fanatic, I understand the compulsion. It’s hard to beat a soft serve on a hot day or with a hot date.

Unfortunately, most desserts and snacks made with traditional, pasteurized dairy and sugar are anything but healthy for your body.

But don’t despair because I have a great alternative for you, an easy and delicious recipe:

Health Nut Milk Shake

3/4 cup almonds, soaked 2-8 hours or
3/4 cup cashews, soaked 1-2 hours
4 dates, soaked 1-2 hours (save soak water)
3-4 peeled frozen bananas
3 cups cold filtered water or apple juice

Optional flavorings:

1 tsp non-alcoholic vanilla extract
2 Tbs raw carob powder
A few fresh berries
1 tsp ground cinnamon

In blender, combine nuts, dates and water or juice until smooth. Break frozen banana into pieces, add to mixture and blend until smooth. Add one or more optional flavors if desired.

Pour into glasses. Serves 4.

MORE SMOOTHIE RECIPES:

• Vanilla, Chocolate or Berry Powder with water, plus ice.

• Vanilla, Chocolate or Berry Powder with Fresh Orange Juice.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Fresh Grapefruit Juice, plus 1/4 cup Fresh/Frozen Mango.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Fresh Orange Juice, plus 2 tablespoons Passion fruit Pulp.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Fresh Orange Juice, plus 1/2 Banana

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Fresh Apple Juice and a pinch of Cinnamon.

• Vanilla or Chocolate Powder with *Soy Milk and a pinch of Coffee.

• Vanilla Powder with *Soy Milk plus 1/2 Banana and a pinch of Nutmeg.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with water, plus 1/2 an Apple, 1/2 Mandarin and 2 Dates.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with water, plus 1 Kiwi fruit and 1/2 Banana.

• Vanilla Powder with Carrot Juice, plus 1/2 an Apple.
• Vanilla or Berry Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1/4 cup Mango and 1/2 Banana.

• Vanilla Powder with Watermelon Juice, plus 1/2 cup Pineapple Juice.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Apple Juice, plus 2 Kiwi fruit.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Fresh Orange Juice, plus 1/2 Peach, 1/2 Nectarine, 1/2 Apricot.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1 Peach and 2 dried Figs.

• Vanilla Powder with Vegetable Juice Cocktail, plus Fresh Herbs.

• Vanilla, Berry or Chocolate Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1/2 cup Frozen Berries.

• Vanilla Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1 Pear, 1 tablespoon Almond Meal, 1 tablespoon Wheatgerm.

• Vanilla Powder with Apple Juice, plus 1/4 cup Grapes and 1/2 cup Pineapple Juice

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with low fat fruit Yoghurt.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with fat free Vitari (frozen fruit dessert).

• Vanilla, Berry or Chocolate Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1/2 Banana.

• Vanilla or Chocolate Powder with *Soy Milk and a pinch of Nutmeg.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1/2 Apple, 2 tablespoons Passionfruit Pulp.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with *Soy Milk, plus 1/2 cup Pear.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder with Watermelon Juice.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder in Tomato Juice and a pinch of Pepper.

• Vanilla or Berry Powder added to Diet soup after serving.

• Any flavour powder sprinkled over low fat/sugar Cereal.

NOTE:

a. If Fresh Juice is not available use commercial Unsweetened Juice.

b. Use a little Apple Juice concentrate for extra sweetness.

c. You can add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Thermojetics beverage to the shakes.

d. You can add Herbal Aloe to the shakes.

e. Use low fat Soy Milk for weight loss shakes. Whole fat Soy Milk can be used to increase weight, for high-energy shakes or body building shakes.

*Rice Milk, *Oat Milk, *Soy Milk or *Goat Milk may be used.

IMPORTANT: Other forms of milk may slow down results or cause Diarrhea or Constipation.

* Waste removal
* Weight loss

Best used as a preventative and is excellent for people with low immunity or who suffer from a compromised elimination system due to disease, medication or surgery.

Banana-Berry Smoothie

Preparation time: 5 minutes Serves: 1

Soymilk turns this fabulous classic smoothie into a creamy treat.

Adding soy powder boosts the protein to 23 grams.

1 medium banana, sliced and frozen –
6 strawberries, frozen
(or try a similar amount of another berry, like blueberry, raspberry or cherry) –
2 tablespoons of frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed –
1 cup White Wave Silk Vanilla Soymilk In blender

combine banana, strawberries and orange juice concentrate.

Add White Wave Silk Vanilla Soymilk and blend until smooth and creamy.

Serve immediately. Per serving: 170 calories; 5 grams protein; 2 grams total fat (0 grams saturated fat); 36 carbohydrates; 0 cholesterol; 45 milligrams sodium; 3 grams fiber

High protein variation:

Follow the recipe, but increase White Wave Silk Vanilla soymilk to 1 1/2 cups and add 1 cup White Wave Silk Strawberry soy yogurt and 2 tablespoons of soy protein powder.

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Updated: October 31, 2012 — 1:27 am

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