- 2 big handfuls greens (kale, romaine, etc) ($.75)
- 3 bananas, sliced and frozen ($.75)
- 1 cup blueberries ($1.00)
- 2 tablespoon ground flax seeds ($.20)
- 4 tablespoons hemp protein powder ($.90)
- about 2 cups water for blending
I love making big, sweet, hearty green smoothies in the morning, and
this is what I had this morning. I’m pretty sure I put just about
everything I had in it, hence the name “(everything but the) Kitchen
My blender is small and weak, poor thing (but has lasted forever), so I
blend my greens first. If you don’t have a VitaMix or other high powered
blender, this might work better for you, too. They get pretty smooth if
I process them for a minute or two.
I also used Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 50, 50% Protein Powder, 32-Ounce which is my favorite hemp powder. Manitoba Harvest leaves all the good omega-3s intact.
Just blend everything well until smooth and serve.
4 oz lettuce (1.30)
1 cup watermelon, chopped (1.50)
1 tomato, sliced ($1.00)
1 cucumber, sliced ($.50)
1 small onion, sliced ($.20)
1 cup mango ($1.00)
1 tablespoon tahini ($.20)
4 dates ($.40)
1 orange, peeled ($.50)
1 clove garlic
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
Red pepper flakes
Assemble the salad by arranging the greens and then topping with the watermelon, tomato, cucumber, and onion. Then, in a small blender, process the mango, tahini, dates, orange, garlic, salt, and pepper until very smooth. Pour over the salad and top with red pepper flakes. Any leftover dressing will last a day or two in the refrigerator.
tablespoons agave or maple syrup ($.60)
tablespoons olive or flax oil ($.30)
tablespoons lemon juice ($.30)
balsamic vinegar ($.30)
salt (or to taste)
cracked black pepper
the sweet potatoes using your chosen tool and method. Whisk together the agave,
olive oil, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, and pepper. When ready to serve, toss
with the sliced green onions and walnuts. If desired, warm the noodles in a
dehydrator or a warm pan before serving. Store the noodles and dressing in
nutritional information: calories: 481 fat: 22 gr carbs: 28 gr protein: 5 gr
1 cup dates ($2.00)
1/4 cup lemon juice ($.40)
1/2 cup agave ($1.60)
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup water for blending
1/2 cup dates ($1.00)
2 tablespoons lemon juice ($.40)
1/4 cup whole cherries ($.20)
In a food processor fitted with an “S: blade, process the almonds until coarsely ground. Add the dates and process until the mixture sticks together. Press into the bottom and up the sides of an eight inch springform pan.
In a bullet type blender, process the cherries, dates, and lemon juice until very smooth. Stir in the whole cherries and spread over the top of the frozen pie. Cover and freeze again until firm.
To serve, remove from freezer about twenty minutes beforehand and allow the pie to thaw slightly before cutting and serving.
nutritional information: calories: 343 fat: 21 gr carb: 30 gr protein: 6 gr
Total cost for the day: $8.83
total calories: 1,525
total carb: 223 gr
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