Recipe Directions

Cut open the top pointy part of the Baby Thai Coconut and pour water into the blender. Scrape off the meat inside with a spoon and scoop that into the blender too. Blend. Then add remaining ingredients, and pour back into the coconut. Insert a straw, a paper umbrella, and enjoy!

PS for info on how to open a Baby Coconut, visit here: http://www.rawguru.com/openyoungcoconut.html

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Mmm...yummy! I agree that spinach isn't very noticeable in juices and smoothies but sure makes things look pretty! And of course, makes you feel good. :)

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De-lish

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That sounds delicious and creamy.

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That's what I love about spinach. You almost can not trace it. For me, I can't taste it at all. Maybe the pickier tongues may pick up on it, but just barely.

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Thanks rawleen! I will put the spinach in it. I w

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You can't really taste the spinach, it is just enough to add some greens but not overwhelming. You can reduce it to 1/2 cup if you want too.

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Wow! This is going right in my recipe box! I might try the spinach version and my own version without spinach for the ultimate tropical experience! :)

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