Rating5/5 (from 1 ratings)5
Yield2 medium serves
4 or 5 juicy good oranges
1 banana (better if frozen!)
At least half a bunch of fresh young spinach
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.
PS the photo is accessoriised with lettuce because all the spinach was in the smoothie!
Mopoke's ThoughtsBy Mopoke
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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