A Delicious Start


Good Monday morning!

Well, no matter how my appointment and work go today, at least I know I got a delicious and healthy start to my day!

I made a new smoothie concoction and I loooved it. I got the idea to use canned pumpkin from Kath yesterday! I also decided to add some fresh parsley that we have in the fridge to use up.


  • 3/4 cup Unsweetened Almond Breeze
  • 1/4 cup original Almond Breeze
  • 8 sprigs of Parsley
  • 1 large Kale leaf (need to buy more of this tonight!)
  • 1/3 cup canned pumpkin
  • 1 ripe medium sized banana
  • 1 Tbsp. flax


The calm before the storm:




I loved this smoothie concoction! The pumpkin made it soooo smooth and velvety. The Parsley gave it a fresh & mint-like kick. I will definitely be adding it again. I was worried that it would be too much, but it was perfect! Yum!

I am having so much fun experimenting with smoothies. :) The possibilities are really endless.


See you guys later for a beauty product review as well as how to make my roasted Acorn Squash recipe!

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1 girlrunningaround January 26, 2009

The addition of pumpkin sounds delicious, but I still don’t know if if I’d be brave enough to drink that!


2 jenngirl January 26, 2009

l like that pumpkin addition, smoothies are so fun!

Good luck today :)


3 zestycook January 26, 2009

Love the pumpkin addition… I went with raspberry, vanilla protein and a splash of milk and flax. But yours looks yummy!



4 VeggieGirl January 26, 2009

DEFINITELY a wonderful start to your day – enjoy!! :-)


5 Kath January 26, 2009

Yum pumpkin! I could really taste mine. I can’t wait for summertime and then I will start making more green smoothies. I love the concept!


6 Julie January 26, 2009

One kick-ass green smoothie recipe coming up for you to try:

100 g fresh babyspinach (regular spinach is fine as well)
Juice of 1 orange
1 apple, peeled, cored and chopped
1 cucumber (optional)
1 banana
Zest of ½-1 lemon (depending on how ripe your banana is – very ripe = zest of 1 lemon, not so ripe = zest of ½ lemon)
Water or rice milk/almond milk to cover

Just blend it up and enjoy!

Try adding some icecubes or a few frozen strawberries for getting it really cold…

It’s amazingly fresh – and healthy!


7 Diana January 26, 2009

the smoothie looks great! pumpkin is such a great idea! i just might have to try that! hope all goes well at your appt!


8 bobbi January 26, 2009

stiill haven’t gotten too creative with veggies in my smoothies but will have to try, hey girl I love all your long sleeve running tops where do you get them?


9 dailygoods January 26, 2009

you’ve really got me interested with these green smoothies!! i have got to try one, i’m a little nervous! i once made one with spinach, soy milk, and frozen mangoes and i really liked it. how does it make you feel during the day/ energized? can you tell a difference if you drink it one day and not the next?


10 Jen January 26, 2009

I love smoothies, and with pumpkin yum yum! I still am not brave enought o try with greens though!


11 Courtney (The Hungry Yogini) January 26, 2009

Yumm…I love berry smoothies! I usually have one every afternoon…in fact I am drinking one now! So delish!


12 Lindsay January 26, 2009

I love your green smoothie kick! I usually do mango, berries and a bunch of spinach – tastes great! Although I have a hard time drinking them during the winter…I seem to gravitate towards warmer breakfasts in the winter, cold breakfasts in the summer. Good luck with your appt today!


13 Kristen's Raw January 28, 2009

Great pics! Interesting smoothie recipe :)

Cheers to fun creations!!!


14 Kristen's Raw January 28, 2009

Great pics! Interesting smoothie recipe :)

Cheers to fun creations!!!


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