by Donley E Strong
(Worthington, OHIO)

Donley has sent in his mainstay smoothie that he drinks for breakfast and lunch. Making enough for both meals is a great idea! That way you are not tied to the blender during lunchtime.

Also, if you are craving to grab something unhealthy for lunch... too bad! You already have something waiting for you in the refrigerator.

For those wanting to avoid oxidizing your smoothie's nutrients before you drink it... you can place it in a container with a lid. Then fill it up as full as you can with as little air at the top.

You could also add some lemon juice into the smoothie to slow down the oxidization.

Happy Blending!



one 12oz bag of frozen strawberries/blackberries
one banana, peeled
one apple, core removed
8ozs of pineapple
one non-fat or low-fat yogurt
one handful of baby spinach leaves
one carrot
one orange
5 spoonfuls of natural fiber pysllium powder
2 spoonfuls of flax seed meal
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
1/2 teaspoon of ginger powder
1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg powder
12ozs of water

Add all of these ingredients and blend until smooth. This makes one very large fruit smoothie -
enough for breakfast and lunch.

Very yummy - ENJOY -

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