Make a Super-Smoothie
Kids love smoothies. Don’t announce that this smoothie is healthy, especially to a picky eater. They’ll never know that it’s good for them. In fact, it is much more nutritious than an instant breakfast drink. It’s a tasty snack as a shake when you add frozen fruit.
Process in a Blender:
1 cup whole milk (options: goats milk or grain milk or coconut water)
1 small banana
2-3 tablespoons fresh or frozen berries
For a chocolate smoothie, omit the berries & add 1 tablespoon of organic cocoa powder without sugar.
For a frozen shake use a frozen banana and 2-3 tablespoons frozen berries.
Super-Charge Your Smoothie Add:
1 scoop of Sambazon organic acqi powder
1 tablespoon of Barlean’s flax oil (you can use flax seeds instead of the oil–they will keep on a shelf)
Probiotics (You want a probiotic with as many cells as possible. Mega Food has 20 billion.)
1 drop of Carslon’s Vitamine D Drops
1 tablespoon of almond butter
Nicole’s mom, super-charged her smoothie.
Smoothies in a Dorm
Smoothies can be made in a dorm without the aid of a refrigerator. Purchase milk in individual cartons, use flax seed instead of the oil which requires refrigeration. The fruit, cocoa, acqi powder and probiotics all may be stored at room temperature.
Super Pops from Smoothies
Just pour a fruit or chocolate smoothie into Popsicle containers and freeze for a cool tasty treat.