Blueberry Bliss...

In honor of practicing Aloha for myself and giving my mind a break for some integration time for all recent "a-ha moments", life lessons, and decisions; I am choosing to nourish my body and spirit and share it with you...

This is definitely one of my favorite smoothie recipes. It's also great in both warm and cooler weather for those that live in those climates - like me!

I call it    Blueberry Bliss

Ingredients: 1c. coconut water or purified water
                     1c. frozen or fresh organic blueberries   
                     1 frozen organic banana
                     1 or 2 TBSP raw cashew butter
                     huge handful(s) of organic spinach
                     3 dates
                     1/2 tsp. cinnamon or more to your taste (I like to add more, to amp up the digestive fire)

Organic produce does not have pesticides that are harmful to our Earth. If you don't know much about organic versus conventional foods, please do some research and make your own decision about it :)

Organic produce does not have pesticides that are harmful to our Earth. If you don't know much about organic versus conventional foods, please do some research and make your own decision about it :)

NOW.....
1. You will need a good blender for this.

2. Add the liquid to the blender first, then, add the other ingredients. (This will help to move the blades and crush the frozen fruit more efficiently.)
BLEND IT UP and ENJOY!

This will even blend up in an old "Oster" brand blender from the 50'S. The only blender that I have come across that doesn't do it well is the Ninja - sorry Ninja, you just don't make the cut for blending a lot of frozen, thick foods.

Have fun and play around to make it your own - and if you don't like blueberries, I promise to have other smoothie recipes out! Lisa Kai

 


Lisa Kai is a licensed bodywork therapist in Chicago Illinois. She specializes in transformational bodywork including Lomi Lomi and Craniosacral. This blog contains her insights on bodywork and everyday inspirations for health and wellness. Lisa also practices Aloha, is a tiki freak, loves nature and double dipping her veggies, is an artist, and embraces change.