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Green Smoothies Recipes

All these Smoothie recipes are so easy to make.  Just add the ingredients into your blender and blend until smooth.

Miner’s Lettuce Smoothie

Sergei Boutenko

3 cups wild crafted miner’s lettuce (wild edible) 

2 ripe pears 

½ pint blueberries 

2 cups water 

Yields 2 quarts


Sergei Boutenko

Thai coconut, meat and water

5 leaves kale, stems removed

2 nectarines

2 peaches

1 mango

Yields 2 quarts

The Laughing Gorilla

Valya Boutenko

½ head romaine lettuce

2 ripe bananas, peeled and frozen

2 oranges, peeled, seeds removed. 1 mango. 2 cups water

Yields 2 quarts

Warning: consumption of smoothie may result in spontaneously occurring, extremely contagious gorilla laughter

Emerald Applesauce

Aletha Nowitzky

4:5 apples

1 bunch fresh parsley

½ inch fresh ginger root

Yields 3 cups

Getting kids to eat spinach is a little easier when it tastes as good as this and is disguised as ‘Green Slime’...

Green Slime Smoothie

1 Banana, cut in chunks 

½ Apple, cored and chopped or sliced 

1 cup White Grapes 

1 cup Fat-Free Vanilla Yogurt (or Plain Yogurt and ¼ teaspoon vanilla) 

1-2 cups fresh Spinach Leaves 

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Broccoli is one of the healthiest green vegetables you can consume. Ounce for ounce steamed broccoli has more vitamin C than an orange and as much calcium as a glass of milk. It’s also loaded with fibre and is a rich source of vitamin A and potent cancer-fighting components.

Healthy Broccoli Smoothie

1  Carrot (chopped)

4  Florets of Broccoli

2  Handfuls of Spinach

1  Apple (chopped)

2  Oranges (peeled and quartered)

Orange Juice to dilute

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This green smoothie is packed with spinach, green tea and avocado to deliver a burst of antioxidants and healthy fats to your day. Grapes and honey add a sweet flavour that makes it as delicious as it is good for you. 

Good Green Tea Smoothie

3 cups frozen white grapes

2 packed cups baby spinach

1 1/2 cups strong brewed green tea (see Tip), cooled

1 medium ripe avocado

2 teaspoons honey

Tip: To brew strong green tea, use twice the amount of tea (or two tea bags), but do not over steep. Green tea should be steeped for no longer than 3 minutes; over steeping will give the tea a bitter taste. 

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