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Slurp-Dilly-Ish-Ous Smoothie

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This morning’s smoothie was light and airy feeling.  It was just like I named it, Slurp-dilly-ish-ous!  I used Sun Warrior Raw Vegan Protein Chocolate Powder today in this smoothie.  I was shocked that it didn’t have much of a flavor at all.  Perhaps the banana and strawberry took over in the flavor department.  Regardless, it was packed with great nutrition and tasted exceptionally well on the taste buds!  This morning I enjoyed my smoothie out in the front court-yard.  The Spring leaves are really turning bright with color, the birds were singing and the sun was warm.  It is important to take time to enjoy what you eat or drink. :)



  1. Blend water and greens in the blender first.  This will help with the texture.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients and blend until smooth.
  3. **I add a handful of ice to my smoothies too.**

Tip to always remember!

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Today’s Star Ingredient….The Strawberry!

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6 thoughts on “Slurp-Dilly-Ish-Ous Smoothie

  1. Lyn L. (mom of many) :] says:

    Hi Amie Sue,
    Oh you nailed it on this name for this smoothie. It was so YUMMY, I just about slurpped :] it down and forgot to chew it!!! Ya nailed it on this recipe, the cinnamon was perfect addition to this drink, I thank you and my tummy thanks you too !!!! :] Have a great day !!! Lyn

  2. Lyn L. (mom of many) :] says:

    P.S. OH OH – I must be having another Lucille Ball day in the kitchen ( LOL) , forgot to put in the strawberries. :] So just in case there are any of you out there who can’t have strawberries, still try it without them – it’s wonderful !!!

  3. JB says:

    I love your website and am learning so much. I see many raw recipes combining fruit and vegetables (on your site and others). I was taught that eating these foods together is not recommended as the stomach can not digest both at the same time. What are your thoughts on this?

    • amie-sue says:

      Good evening JB,

      I understand and do believe in proper food combining too. Usually, the only time that there is an exception is in juicing and smoothies. Mainly due to the fact that with pulverizing them and breaking them down so much, they are easier on digestion. BUT, should you ever combine any food and it causing you discomfort, take note and avoid in the future.

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