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Ok, I confess, I haven’t made fondue since the 80’s -when it was all the rage🙄 But this is an Easy, kid friendly recipe. Feel free to doctor it up to your liking. And now - more than ever- NO double dipping please!
Food is such a great way to tell stories & recipes more so! This is a little tribute to a wonderful sunshine-soul of a friend we lost recently. Vicky loved food. It was his life. He also touched everyone else’s life with his innovative & creative recipes; from sizzling mushroom & ricotta pan-pizzas to candied fruit cake & coconut coffee; Vicky had a wonderful way of adding the most unique twists to the simplest of recipes. This is an illustration celebrating life, Vicky’s wonderful life - ‘Vicky’s vegan coconut ice-cream’ & our final conversation together x
A great smoothie recipe designed for the start of a good morning or the end of a tough workout!
1/2 cup of Frozen Blueberries
3 Frozen Baby Carrots or Raw Baby Carrots
1 cup of Raw Spinach
3-4 Ice cubes
1 Cup of water
These ingredients are interchangeable, so please feel free to make any adjustments to this recipe! I made this recipe as a result of my packed schedule. I didn't have much time to eat breakfast in the morning, so it was easy to make a smoothie and drink it on the way to the bus for my morning classes.
One of the richest sources of vitamin E are oils, seeds, nuts and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is essential for physiological functions along with hormonal balances.
Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene/Vitamin A, important for vision, growth, and immune function. (I personally don't like carrots so it's a nice way of sneaking them into my diet!)
Blueberries are low-glycemic ranked food, meaning it promotes long-term energy and helps keep you satiated throughout your day. They're also high in antioxidants.
Bananas are full in Potassium and are great after a workout when you've sweat a good amount and need to restore some minerals.