FAB RECIPE: STRAWBERRY & SPINACH SMOOTHIE

Eating Fabulously, Christopher Stewart, strawberry and spinach smoothie


So spring is upon us and you know what that means... People loosing weight and going on diets are all around us. BLAH! I dont diet....Period. If you got some jiggle...jiggle that thang! Ha no, but really..diets for me, Christopher dont work. But what I WILL do is have a smoothie is replace of a meal. I did this a couple summers ago, when I swapped out 1 medium extra thick Jamba Juice with a boost in place of a meal, whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner. This rather expensive experiment worked, I lost some weight, but like I said it was pricey. 


Ive been reaping the terrible benefits of heavily eating in the winter and also inhaling everything in site....sigh... I just...I just  love to eat fabulously. Now, spring has sprung and my trip to Dominican Republic is fast approaching. I know the smoothie method works for me, so Im starting to incorporate one into my day, and my first one was this strawberry and spinach deliciousness. I personally, prefer my smoothies to be extra thick so it gives me the feeling of being full. I know the color is a little unsettling to the fab eye, but this smoothie actually taste really really good. And as I always suggest, alter any amount according to what you like, to ensure that YOU are eating fabulously. 

I'll be playing around and posting different smoothie recipes in the next couple of weeks as I go (or at least try to go) on this quest to drop a few pounds just in time for DR! 


STRAWBERRY & SPINACH SMOOTHIE 

Frozen strawberries, about a handfull 
1 1/2 handfulls of cleaned fresh baby spinach 
2 heaping Tablespoons of plain yogurt 
1t. ground flaxseeds 
agave 
water 

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Add more or take away any ingredient to perfect the best smoothie for you. 

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