Green Smoothie

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Green Smoothie

I have to say, I am having fun experimenting with different things for breakfast. I am actually excited to get up in the morning and cook or prepare something. So many mornings I tend to feel stressed about what to have for breakfast and I get frustrated. This smoothie may be a turn off to some of you due to its color, though I think it is quite beautiful. Don’t be fooled, it is so much tastier and sweeter than you could ever imagine and such satisfying breakfast. Such a nice way to start your day, with that beautiful green color and a healthy drink. Again, you could really change this around so many different ways, it probably doesn’t need the peaches but I thought rather than ice cubes a few frozen peaches would be nice for another layer of flavor. The parsley gave it such a bright and fresh taste, certainly this can be left out too if you don’t have parsley or don’t care for it.

Green Smoothie
(serves 1)

1 cup loosely packed organic baby spinach
3/4 cup organic white grape juice (no sugar added)
1 small organic granny smith apple, peeled, cored and cut into 1 inch cubes
1 small handful frozen organic peaches (about 5 or 6 wedges)
1 handful fresh parsley
(add water if necessary to thin)

Add all ingredients to your blender, process until smooth. Add more ice or water as needed to get desired thickness.

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