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Natalie's Coconut Spice Elixir

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars
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"I had a great create your own smoothie at the Minneapolis raw food restaurant, Ecopolitan. I tried to recreate it but came up with something delicious and unique!"
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Ingredients

5 m servings 278
Original recipe yields 2 servings

Directions

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  1. Place the place the crushed ice, coconut milk, and milk into a blender. Add the sugar, honey, flax seed, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and vanilla extract. Cover, and puree until smooth. Pour into glasses to serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 278 calories; 19.6 23.8 5.2 7 52 Full nutrition

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I tried this recipe and it was absolutely awesome! Can't wait until I make it again!

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I was excited to finally try this recipe, as it has been in my recipe box for a long time... But I was a little disappointed! I only had about a cup of ice on hand, but I'm sure that didn't affe...

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I tried this recipe and it was absolutely awesome! Can't wait until I make it again!

great! I think it's wonderful, uniqe, and smart, if you asked me! It's really different. Plus, I can't breathe without it! It's like an organ In my body! Can't stay away! I Reccommend it for all...

Instead of crushed ice, I used one very large frozen banana. I also used one packet Truvia instead of white sugar and nonfat milk. My oldest son and I split this smoothie for breakfast this morn...

This is so good! I fantasize about this smoothie when I've run out of coconut milk and can't make it. I need to stock up so that that doesn't happen anymore. Thanks for sharing.

I was excited to finally try this recipe, as it has been in my recipe box for a long time... But I was a little disappointed! I only had about a cup of ice on hand, but I'm sure that didn't affe...

I wish I could give this more than 3 stars. I was able to drink most of it but it had a gritty texture, especially toward the bottom, that was a bit off-putting. I did finely grind my flax seeds...

pretty good- very creamy, i like it would be better with a little fruit. :)

I didn't think that ecopolitan approved of sugar so I am surprised at this addition and wonder if it wouldn't be as good without that?