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The Blender Girl Smoothies: 100 Gluten-Free, Vegan & Paleo-Friendly Recipes by Tess Masters

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  • Cran-orange crave

    • mharriman on September 02, 2017

      Refreshing! Great twist on a smoothie using freshly squeezed orange juice. For one serving, I used two navel oranges to come up with 1/2 cup juice (orange #1) and the quartered orange sections (orange #2).

  • Pomegranate power

    • mharriman on August 24, 2017

      I found that the mixture was so thick I could have eaten it with a spoon. I really wanted to drink it, not spoon it. So, I added more pomegranate juice ( about three tablespoons worth) and blasted it again. That turned the consistency to what I wanted. Since I'm the only one in my two person household who drinks smoothies, I cut the 'serves two' recipe ingredients in half. That has worked so far until this recipe. I omitted the suggested cardamom since I didn't have any and still liked the outcome of substantial pomegranate- cherry flavors.

  • Orange ecstasy

    • mharriman on January 25, 2018

      Surprisingly tasty and now one of my strategies to avoid the flu that’s spreading. I use Bolthouse carrot juice, fresh squeezed OJ, cut up oranges, frozen mangos, fresh mint, and double the turmeric. (No peaches )

  • Brain blast

    • mharriman on February 16, 2018

      Another thick smoothie from Tess Masters that can be eaten with a spoon. Great tasting but I needed to plan ahead to have all ingredients on hand: almond milk, frozen cauliflower, frozen broccoli, almond butter, and frozen blueberries. Also needed to soak walnuts beforehand. Not a last minute morning smoothie.

  • Banana bomb

    • mharriman on August 24, 2017

      A great recipe for using up bananas as they start to over-ripen. I peeled and sliced three, froze them, and used half for my banana bomb smoothie the next day. Pouring boiled water over the fresh dates was a quick way to soften them. In addition to adding the optional cinnamon, I also added a tablespoon of protein powder to boost the protein grams. I didn't have nut o seed milk, so I used 2%, and that made the smoothie very similar to a banana milkshake- addicting!

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  • ISBN 10 1607748932
  • ISBN 13 9781607748939
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Jun 18 2015
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Ten Speed Press
  • Imprint Ten Speed Press

Publishers Text

A beautiful collection of vegan smoothies from powerhouse blogger The Blender Girl, featuring photographs, flavor boosters, and nutritional add-ons for every recipe. 

The Blender Girl takes smoothies to the next level in this comprehensive guide, helping you blast your way to good health and blended bliss. These 100 creative and delicious recipes are designed to fit your every need, whether you want to detox, lose a few pounds, get energized, or guard against seasonal colds. Each smoothie has three optional boosters (like chia seeds, ginger, coconut oil, or wheat grass) that allow you to ramp up flavor, nutrient value, or both. Featuring gorgeous photography throughout, a smoothie pantry that demystifies unusual ingredients, icons to identify smoothies that fit your particular dietary needs, and strategies for achieving smoothie success, this accessible handbook makes it fun and easy to find your perfect blend.

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