Recipe Directions

The frozen banana adds a delicious stiffness and 'thickshake' quality but the recipe is still good if you don't have a frozen one on hand.

Take all the ingredients and blend them throughly.

Enjoy :)

PS the photo is accessoriised with lettuce because all the spinach was in the smoothie!

Mopoke's Thoughts

Like liquid sunshine :). This is my favourite, easiest green smoothie , but inot one I have seen posted.

The taste is always good but with best ingredients it's brilliant. We make it every morning in my house and I am so addicted that, about six months ago, on holidays in Albany in South Western Australia I asked Trish at the local gourmet cafe - Bay Merchants - if she could make one for me. She surpassed herself, tasted it - and a few months later, when I returned, it was on the menu.

So credit for the name goes to her, as well as credit for offering a genuine green smoothie to the local 'foodies'.

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This is really yummy!! Funny how I have been making the same thing every morning before I saw this recipe here. Sometimes I add a tablespoon of Coconut butter too.... makes it even creamier!! Or sprinkle some Goji berries on the top, SO GOOD!!

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this sounds phenomenal i will have to try it thank you for posting this and God bless you Jesus loves you.

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Do you put the oranges in whole (peeled of course) or juice them?

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Yummy. Try this with collards. It adds to the creaminess.

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That sounds great and what a trippy name! Awesome! Great photo!

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