Recipe Directions

1. Put young coconut water, banana, and berries in a blender or food processor for about 1 minute.

Allison's Thoughts

By Allison

Since my local health food store finally got a shipment of young coconuts that weren’t spoiled, I thought it deserved it's own recipe.

I love smoothies and I’m always looking for new flavors.

I think young coconut water tastes heavenly so I knew I had to make a smoothie with it.

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When I get a high-speed blender I will be adding greens. Yum!

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This is awesome! Coconut water is excellent for hydration. I have also tried it without the berries but with a couple of handfuls of spinach and 2 celery stalks (to get my veggies) and some stevia (so it doesn't taste TOO green). Love it! Thank you Allison!

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Oooh. This looks so yummy. I have some acai in the freezer. Definitely God-quality.

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When I get a high-speed blender I will be adding greens. Yum!

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Oooh. This looks so yummy. I have some acai in the freezer. Definitely God-quality.

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This is awesome! Coconut water is excellent for hydration. I have also tried it without the berries but with a couple of handfuls of spinach and 2 celery stalks (to get my veggies) and some stevia (so it doesn't taste TOO green). Love it! Thank you Allison!

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