Hawaiian Smoothie

I’m a little blender happy because as I told you, I really, really missed having one in Lille. Yesterday I made this strawberry type dessert and the pictures turned out amazing but the recipe turned out kind of yucky so, because I have blog integrity, I couldn’t post that. I decided to make Wanda’s Lemon Meringue Pie instead but when I looked at the ingredients there was way too much sugar in it for an ordinary week day…I’ll save that for friends! In the same notebook as I was going to write the pie recipe in, I came across this old recipe.

In January, 2011, I went to Kona, Hawaii to a Holistic Healing Arts Centre for a week. All of the food there was organic and some of it grown in their own garden. All week long we had plate after plate of the healthiest most delicious food you could ever ask for! With the hours or swimming we did per day, the food was the perfect compliment really. My bum looked nice when I came home.

Anyways, I was so fortunate that the cook let me watch him and help him cook. I tasted the most delectable smoothie one morning and absolutely had to get the recipe. I also got the recipe for maybe 5 other dishes as well! The thing is, he was a “little bit of this, little bit of that” type of cook. I am too so it wasn’t a problem, but for building a recipe on a blog, it pretty much has to be in exact quantities…so here is my adaptation of the recipe with quantities for you!

Just follow below…

Et voila! Enjoy!

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7 Responses to Hawaiian Smoothie

  1. Anna Z says:

    Ohhh boy. This sounds so yummy. I love the shot of the smoothie too.

  2. Love the addition of flax seeds. Good addition. This looks so yum.

  3. Kristina says:

    oo I’m sooo making this tomorrow morning! I just made a blueberry smoothie for breakfast today, I’m on a totally smoothie kick right now :) LOVE your Hawaiian combo!

  4. Mmm, this looks amazing!! :) I love smoothies, so happy my grandma got me a blender as a housewarming gift last year.

  5. Mmmm…love the tropical flavors in this smoothie! I might be tempted to add a little rum to it ;-)

  6. Dahlia says:

    I love your recipes and pics! Looks amazing! ^.^ xxx

  7. Laura says:

    @Dahlia…Thanks!!

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