Dec 212013

Two Wild Green Smoothies with Purslane

An invention for my new found wild green friend that grows a plenty in my garden!

Get a load of all the green goodness!

· 1-3 Handfuls of spinach (how much can you handle!!) We use up to 8 cups!!

· Purslane is abundant in your gardens!

· 2+ tbsps of purslane (play around with how much you want to add)

· 1-2 tsp cinnamon

· ½ to 1 cup water depending on how liquidy you like your smoothies

· 1 cup frozen blueberries

· 1 wedge of pineapple (frozen if desired), more if you want a sweeter drink

· 1 tbsp flax seed

· 1 tbsp carrot tops (green leafy parts)

Blend it up in your Vitamix or blender and ENJOY!!! (wanting a Vitamix..enter code 06-005828 for free shipping)

The Wild Green Smoothie 2

So, I love playing around in my kitchen and the next day, voila, here’s another creation! Have fun with ingredients and don’t be afraid to explore your taste buds!

· 8 cups of spinach

· 2+ tbsps of purslane (play around with how much you want to add)

· 1-2 tsp cinnamon

· ½ to 1 cups Chaga mushroom tea (purchased from Giddy Yo Yo) depending on how liquidy you like your smoothies

· 1/2 cup frozen blueberries

· ½ cup frozen raspberries

· 1-2 tbsps Camu Camu powder

· 2 tbsps pumpkin seeds

· 2 tbsps of ground flax seed

· 2 tbsps Ron Teeguarden’s 91 in 1 green powder

· 1 wedge of pineapple (frozen if desired), more if you want a sweeter drink

Adding the Chaga Mushroom Tea

Turn on your blender or Vitamix and get ready for a quick, easy and delicious meal or snack!

All, I can say is WOW!! It was a fantastic lunch!!

Filling up my smoothie cup! and ready to consume!

For more fabulous healthy eating, check out the e-books, Healthy Snacks for Kids and Living Vibrantly with Raw Goodness – Your Guide to Juicing and Blending

For Camu Camu, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and Ron Teeguarden’s 91-1, check out Upayanaturals!

Check out this smoothie money saving tip!

What Wild Smoothie do you like to make?? Love to hear it!

Living on the Wild side!,


Want more info…here are some descriptions of some super powerful foods

CAMU CAMU The camu camu berry is an excellent source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, the amino acids serine, valine and leucine, as well as small amounts of the vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin). Camu camu also contains high levels of anthocyanins (a powerful antioxidant), bioflavonoids, and other essential co-factors. All of these nutrients help the body make full use of the abundant levels of Vitamin C found in this superfruit.
Traditionally, camu camu has been used to:
* support the immune system
* maintain excellent eyesight
* create beautiful skin
* ward off viral infections
* support strong collagen, tendons and ligaments
* decrease inflammation
* improve respiratory (lung) health
* help maintain optimal clarity of mind in times of stress and anxiety
Camu camu berries especially support the functions of the brain, eyes, heart, liver and skin.

PUMPKIN SEEDS Pumpkin seeds are a very good source of the minerals phosphorus, magnesium and manganese. They are also a good source of other minerals including zinc, iron and copper. In addition, pumpkin seeds are a good source of protein and vitamin K.

Tonic Alchemy 91-1 nourishes the whole body by increasing balanced energy and vitality, supporting detoxification, boosting immune responses, building the blood, increasing activity and quantity of antioxidants, and much more. Tonic Alchemy can be your dietary foundation for Radiant Health – traditionally defined in Asia as “health beyond danger.”**

Tanya Morrison


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