This smoothie tastes amazing! I love this recipe because it is very simple to make and doesn't require a lot of ingredients like some other green smoothie recipes I've seen.
Here's a recipe for chocolate fudge sauce that's super super easy. It's a recipe based on a simple ratio (yay! math is fun!):
This is a fantastic fresh summer breakfast.
I have prepared it with peeled and shredded apples as well but I think the best combo is the peach-grapefruit-banana.
For a kick pour a tablespoon of Udo's oil on top of each portion - in this case I would suggest to skip the coconut / palm oil otherwise it will be too heavy.
This is a slightly altered version of the traditional Hungarian cucumber salad. My grandmother used to make it every Sunday for the whole family and I learnt it from her. Originally it is prepared with vinegar instead of lemon juice and vithout radishes, and served with a dollop of fresh sour cream on top.
I am sure it would taste great with raw sour cream; the fabulous queenfluff has a very tempting recipe here:
They (I don’t care who!) say it is beneficial to eat a little dark chocolate every day, so here is my “go to” recipe when the need for something chocolatey arises. A Vitamix will allow you to whip up this delectable dessert in less than 1 minute, but if you haven’t made the investment in this powerful machine yet, any high speed blender or food processor will do. I know there are many raw pudding recipes out there but what makes this recipe so unique is the Grade B maple syrup (not raw, but rich in vitamins and minerals). Although agave and other grades of syrup will work, Grade B maple syrup gives the pudding a richer, almost caramel-like, flavor. Prepare to be amazed!