Green Smoothie

1 cup frozen mango chunks

1 banana (frozen or fresh)

1 apple, peeled and chopped, core removed (I sub a pear)

1 TB lucuma powder (by Navitas Naturals from Whole Foods or
HFS)

2 cups (packed) spinach leaves

1/8 tsp chlorella powder (I use Amazing Grass Wheatgrass
powder)

2 cups filtered water
Add all ingredients into a blender, adding the water
last. 
This is a recipe from Superfood
Cuisine
by Julie Morris.  I love how
healthy this is and that my toddler loves these smoothies.  I make them into popsicles too.  This makes a large batch.  I also put them
into ice cube trays and store in a zip lock bag in the freezer for about a
month.  Then I take out a few cubes at
night and put them in her sippy cup in the fridge for her to drink the next
day.  If your kids happen to not like this, you could try adding some frozen blueberries to try to salvage it (stage 2).  If my kids didn’t like something green, I told them in was Hulk or Shrek juice.  They seemed to buy it.  🙂  

Feingold stage 1 if you sub a pear.  Lucuma powder may be stage 2.  I’m not sure.  You could omit it and add some canned pineapple instead.  I think the lucuma adds some sweetness. 



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