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Green Monster Smoothie

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars
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"This is a smoothie packed full of veggies. Even your picky kids will love these 'fruity' smoothies."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 145
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 145 calories; 0.7 36 2.2 0 38 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

For people who are having problem with texture. Try cutting off the stems of the BABY spinach, chopping the carrots into smaller peices and blend them first for a few minutes then add the fruit....

Most helpful critical review

I like it better with the spinach and carrots juiced first, and then added to the fruit. If you don't want to juice them, or don't have a juicer - try freezing them before putting them in the bl...

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For people who are having problem with texture. Try cutting off the stems of the BABY spinach, chopping the carrots into smaller peices and blend them first for a few minutes then add the fruit....

I like it better with the spinach and carrots juiced first, and then added to the fruit. If you don't want to juice them, or don't have a juicer - try freezing them before putting them in the bl...

A Vitamix or other strong blender makes these green smoothies great tasting with no chunks. You need to experiment to get the right balance of sweetness. I like to add ground flaxseed/hempseed...

I'm an adult that loves fruits and vegetables and I cannot imagine trying to feed this to a kid. It tasted like I was chewing/drinking straight spinach. Won't make this again.

I cut this recipe down to one serving and measured the ingredients very carefully. I blended the spinach and carrots in the juice first to make sure I didn't have unground bits of veggies in my ...

Not sure why people are having problems with texture. I used a regular blender and did batches to ensure a smooth smoothie. I did do the carrots and juice first until mostly smooth, then spinach...

Really good, and if you slice the carrots no trouble blending it with a BlendTech. On my third glass of this smoothie, I added some (about 4 ounces or so, but add to your desired consistency) ...

I used 1 cup of spinach and 1 cup of kale. I read the reviews and took the advice of blending greens and liquid first. I had to add some water because it was pretty thick. I couldn't get the app...

I really liked this smoothie! I made 1 serving and found I had to add about 1/4 cup of water due it being too thick. What a nice way to get your vegetables!